1 Frming: A never-ending gmle, pge 13 Anyone cn dodge responsiility, ut it tkes rel tlent to dodge the consequences of dodging responsiility. Unknown Tours, progrms, P.D. wlk Butler Squre scene of two mjor events Specil to the news-xpress A specil time for unique oservnces will come in tndem on nd round the Butler Squre, just off the Squre nd in the Btes County Courthouse. April hs een set side s Ntionl County Government Week (NCGW) nd Ntionl Crime Victims Rights Week. NCGW, sponsored y the Ntionl Assocition of Counties (NACo), ws first celerted in 1991 to rise pulic wreness nd understnding out the roles nd responsiilities of the ntion s counties. Crime Victims Rights Week, lso April 22-28, is period set side to lern out victimiztion, reflect on the cost of crime to our society, nd promote lws, policies nd progrms to help victims of crime reuild their lives. The week s theme, Victims Rights: Every Victim, Every Time, envisions strengthened ntionl commitment to the nerly 24 million Americns hrmed y crime ech yer. In recognition of Ntionl Crime Victims Week, the Btes County Domestic Violence Tsk Force will e holding wlk nd ceremony on Wednesdy, April 25. The ceremony will e held t the ndstnd t the Courthouse t 12:00 p.m. The Adrin High School Choir will sing the Ntionl Anthem nd God Bless Americ. The invoction will e given y Pstor Billy Moore, Church of Christ, in Butler. Presiding Commissioner Donn Gregory will red the proclmtion nd there will e short memoril service for victims of crime. Benediction will e given y Pstor Pul Burhrt, Adrin Christin Church. Following the ceremony, the Butler Police Deprtment will led wlk round the courthouse Squre in honor nd memory of crime victims. In ddition, there will e ooth with free informtion out services for crime victims in Btes County. In reltion to NCGW Week, Btes County s fetured community events will e Lw Enforcement tours (corner North Min nd Fort Scott streets) Thursdy, April 26 t 1:00, 2:00 nd 3:00; nd Courthouse tours Fridy, April 27 t 1:00, 2:00 nd 3:00. County deprtment leders nd commissioners will e ville to nswer questions. Are spokesperson for Victims' Rights Week Mrth Snder, Executive Director of Council on Fmilies in Crisis, Nevd, Mo., sid, "Anyone who is victimized y crime cn receive informtion out their rights, nd the mny services ville to ssist them. If you or someone you know is victim of crime, we cn help. Or if you'd like to volunteer for victims, mny opportunities re ville." Snder cn e reched t (417) Presiding Commissioner Gregory sid Btes County is memer of NAco, the only ntionl orgniztion tht represents county governments in the U.S. Bsed in Wshington, D.C., NCo provides essentil services to the ntion s counties, dvnces issues with unified voice efore the federl government, improves the pulic s understnding of county government, ssists counties in finding nd shring innovtive solutions through eduction nd reserch, nd provides vlue-dded services to sve counties nd txpyers money. More informtion out NACo is ville t: www. nco.org. Juveniles held in tire slshings Butler Police Chief Jim Grnett reported Tuesdy tht two juvenile mles, ges 13 nd 15, hve een pprehended nd turned over to the Juvenile Office in connection to the tire slshings which occurred Mrch 17. As reported in the Mrch 23 edition, 16 tires were slshed sometime Sturdy night or erly Sundy morning t two loctions west of Ornge Street etween Pine nd Mill Streets nd est of Ornge Street just north of Pine Street. Rick Viper, Mrtin McBride nd Tmmy McClendon Len Brooks nd Zch Terry Mndi Gormn nd Clinton Irwin 1/2-cent tx timetle Btes County Clerk Mrlene Winscott reminds tht the 1/2-cent sles tx to complete the courthouse clock tower restortion will tke effect on Oct. 1, The Btes County Commission met with Sisk Construction & Roofing nd Pul Oliver from Advnced Fierglss Products, LLC April 11 to finlize the contrcts for future tower restortion projects. Another Hitt home Btes County Are Hitt for Humnity is once gin tking pplictions for the next Hitt home to e uilt in Butler, officils nnounced this week. Hitt for Humnity is n ecumenicl, interntion- SEEPAGE 3 Prom 2007 Alwys Be Prt of Me ws the theme of the Hume R-8 High School Prom Sturdy evening. Thirteen couples, dressed in their prty est, rrived for the 6 o clock promende which strted on the front sidewlk nd continued in the gym...the group then ssemled in the decorted multipurpose room for forml dinner nd dncing...followed y gmes nd relted ctivities in the ll-night festivities held in the gym. The sleepy-eyed students nd their sponsors clled it prom t 5.m. Sundy. Stff photos. Ktie Orer nd Logn Frnklin 75 plus tx Jessie Bogn nd Eric Rmirez Hume teenge girl pprently kidnpped Pulling few strings to help used kids O Specil to the news-xpress n April 12, Mrtin McBride s Wking Up Lughing Show kicked off t Kemper Aren in Knss City, Mo. Mc- Bride ws ccompnied y specil guests Little Big Town nd Rodney Atkins opening the show. Rick Vyper, morning show host on Butler s 92.1 FM KMOE nd 1530 KMAM hd een working for weeks in mking contct with Sony BMG Records nd Cur Records to get ckstge psses for n even igger project. Melody Thornton, the rdio sttion s Generl Mnger, pproved Vyper Specil Report Nevd, Mo. A 15-yerold Hume girl is the key figure in n Endngered Person Advisory posted y the Vernon County Sheriff s Office lte Tuesdy. Authorities sy Der M. Secrest ws pprently kidnpped in Hume t 11 p.m. Mondy. The possile suspect or ssocites re elieved to e 34-yer-old Secrest Moore white mle Jonthn Moore, height (507), 165 pounds, rown hir, lue eyes, light to strike del with P.H. Auctions in Plesnt Hill, Mo., for coustic guitrs to e donted to chrity. Vyper s wife, Tmmy McClendon, 92.1 KMOE s News Director, hs een working with the committee of the Btes County Children s Tretment Center, which is now in the plnning phse. The couple decided to tem up to help rise money for the Center the gol eing to go ckstge nd invite McBride, Little Big Town nd Rodney Adkins to sign four guitrs to uction off for chrity. SEE PAGE 3 complexion, wering unknown type clothing. The report sys Secrest, white femle, is 5-foot 7 inches tll; weighs 194 pounds, rown hir, green eyes, light complexion, with 3 to 4-inch scr on her domen, wering white t- shirt nd lue shorts. Vehicle informtion: Mroon Buick Rodmster City Council filled in on child tretment center The news-xpress Myor Jerry Cook convened the regulr meeting of the Butler City Council Tuesdy evening which took cre of council-relted usiness efore proceeding with the gend t hnd. First up, the Council certified the results from the April 3 municipl election s filed y County Clerk Mrlene Winscott. The four unopposed council cndidtes were sworn into office y City Clerk Jnet Kirtley: Wlter Wright, Bo Conley, Don Mln nd Doug Wix. A little lter in the meeting, Councilmn Bo Schnoeelen ws nmed Myor Pro-Tem. Council ppointments to commit- 14 pges SEE PAGE 3 tees nd commissions ws pproved. Heding the guest list ws Police Sgt. Chd Anderson, memer of the committee tht is promoting the loction of tretment center for sexully used children. Anderson monitored slide presenttion of wht the center is ll out nd sid the proposl hs received widespred support, oth in dontions nd good will. He sked the City to consider mens of support, perhps free electricity for the fcility. Myor Cook sid the City endorses the center nd will tke Anderson s request under serious dvisement. * * * * Councilwomn Mrvel Wlker of the Pulic Sfety Committee rought the council up to dte on proposed city-wide Wi- Fi Network n elo- SEE PAGE 3
2 2 news-xpress, Butler, Mo., Fridy, April 20, 2007 Views from the pst... Fundriser tril ride Sturdy, April 21, sponsored y Dle Kendrick. Meet in the morning t Lverne Welch frm, one mile north of Adrin on U.S. 71, then est on outer rod then south for short ride. Group will return to the Welch frm for lunch then set off for longer ride tht fternoon. Ech one ring their own drinks. Ride will include tems nd wgons nd horseck riders only. Dontions to St. Jude Children s Mercy Hospitl. For more informtion cll (816) Kickoff rekfst Miles for Mels kickoff rekfst Sturdy, April 21, 7 to 10.m. t Butler Senior Center. Free will dontion. All proceeds to help support the Butler Senior Center. Menu: Susge grvy nd iscuits, scrmled eggs, susge ptties, milk/coffee/juice. Free movie nd pizz Uptown Sturdy Night invites you to free movie nd pizz, Fcing the Gints. Sturdy, April 21 t 5. South side of Butler Squre. Cousins reunion Stephenson cousins reunion Sundy, April 22 t Butler Senior Center, 611 West Mill St., Butler. Potluck mel out 12:45. Bring own tle service. Mimi FFA plnt sle Fridy, April 27, 4 p.m. -? nd Sturdy, April 28, 10:30.m. to 4:30 p.m. t Mimi FFA greenhouse. Hnging skets: Bluewve nd Pinkwve petunis, gerniums nd Million Bells; Flts: mrigolds, coleus, zinnis, imptients; pots: Red Slvi, Red Wx Begonis, Green Lef Begonis; edile plnts; Flts: Yellow sweet corn, onions, peppers, Jlpeno peppers, Rom tomtoes, Jet Str tomtoes, cntloupe, crrots. Wht s hppening t the pulic lirry By Lind Hunter Director, Butler Pulic Lirry Amnesty on overdue lirry mterils The Butler Pulic Lirry will e celerting Ntionl Lirry Week April During this time period you my return overdue mterils with no overdue chrges. Every week we spend time nd money working on our overdue list. You my not think much out hving overdue mterils, ut it cuses us prolems. Plese return ny overdue mterils you hve nd sve yourself some money. BOOK SALE: Now is the time to clen out those closets nd ookcses we ccept new nd used ooks for our ook sle. Our ook sle will e June 6, 7, 8 with our snek preview on Tuesdy, June 5. Hve gret dy! Relese lw enforcement disciplinry report Jefferson City Director of Pulic Sfety Mrk Jmes relesed the Pece Officer Stndrds nd Trining (POST) report. The report shows tht 37 pece officers sttewide hd their licenses revoked or proted, or surrendered their licenses voluntrily during investigtions from Oct. 1, 2006 to April 1, It is our responsiility to ensure tht officers throughout the stte re individuls of good, lw-iding chrcter, Jmes sid. No lw enforcement officer found to hve roken ny lws will e shielded from disciplinry ction. Disciplinry ction for pece officers my result from vriety of different circumstnces including the presence of ny mentl condition including lcohol nd sustnce use tht prevents them from performing their duties, criminl offenses, or if violtion of n order of protection from the director of Pulic Sfety occurs. During the sme six-month period, 12 pplicnts were denied entry into the sic trining progrm nd one pece officer ws denied n ppliction for license. The report showed tht in this time frme 45 officers were investigted y the POST Progrm. The process for disciplinry ction for pece officer strts with complint from ny source tht violtion or cuse for ction hs occurred. POST Progrm officils then review ll ville informtion to determine whether ction should e tken. If the officer is found to e suject to ction, forml complint is filed with the Administrtion Hering Commission (AHC). The AHC will then hold hering to determine if the director of Pulic Sfety hs cuse to discipline the pece officer. The director is required to hold pulic hering within 30 dys of his notifiction to determine disciplinry ction including the proting, suspension or permnent revoking of the pece officer s license. DAR nmes scholrship recipients Hrmony Mission Chpter, Dughters of the Americn Revolution, hs recently selected recipients for the 2007 Irene nd Leet Wgy Memoril Scholrship. These high school seniors will e ttending Missouri college this fll. The scholrship is for $500 per semester, renewle for up to four yers. Mtthew Knight nd Corey Hilte, oth from Appleton City were two of the recipients. Mtthew will e ttending Stte Fir Community College in Sedli nd Corey will e ttending Linn Stte Technology College in Linn, Mo. Prents re Jim nd Brr Knight nd Jim nd Tmmy Hilte. Jessic Hollingshed, Adrin High School, dughter of Mrk nd Lorrin Hollingshed is the third recipient. She will e ttending the University of Centrl Missouri in Wrrensurg. The chper congrtultes ech of these students for their high school records nd wish them well s they further their eduction. Attention teengers: It s not cool to do drugs Speking of scffolding... Much hs een in the news out the scffolding nd fencing wrpping the courthouse which will finlly dispper next fll when the clock tower restortion is completed. How out this scene in 1918 when construction ws drwing to close on the Butler Post Office on Ohio nd Hvnnh Streets. From this illustrtion, lot of the frmework ppered rther woly nd tenttive, to sy the lest. Illustrtion from collection of Eddie Herrmn. 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 emphsize 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. Jeff City Views Ensure working Missourins re insured Brney Fisher Stte Representtive Those of you who hve done jo serch know tht enefits re just s importnt s your strting slry. For Missourins fortunte enough to work for lrge corportions or the government, one of the most importnt enefits commonly offered is n ffordle helth insurnce pln. While this is often referred to s enefit of the jo, ll of us know tht helth insurnce in this dy nd ge is n solute necessity. It s necessity tht the hundreds of thousnds of Missourins working for smll usinesses would love to hve the enefit of otining t n ffordle rte. Right now we hve n estimted 700,000 Missourins who lck helth insurnce. Of those, pproximtely 300,000 work t usiness tht does not offer helth insurnce s enefit. Tht numer represents lmost hlf of the totl numer of smll usiness employees in our stte. These re men nd women who work hrd dy fter dy for good people who simply cnnot provide them with the helth insurnce they need. These uninsured Missourins mke up the workforce tht propels the smll usiness engine, which in turn plys vitl role in stimulting our economy. By not eing le to offer them necessry enefits such s helth cre, smll usinesses struggle to compete for the est employees. This endngers the well-eing of the smll usiness community tht mkes up nerly 98% of ll usinesses in Missouri nd employs over hlf our workforce. In ddition, y not hving ccess to qulity preventtive helthcre, the uninsured will develop helth prolems tht will inevitly e pid for y our tx money. Becuse we elieve the Missourins who comprise our smll usiness community should e le to otin helth insurnce much like their lrger corporte counterprts, this session we took up legisltion tht will ssist employees of smll usinesses in tht endevor. The legisltion we pssed this week (HB 818) tkes new pproch to this long-existing prolem y turning wy from the employer-sponsored helth insurnce model nd shifting Missouri towrd pln tht puts n emphsis on ownership y the employee. Our gol is to shift the ojectives of our policies in this re towrd the interests of the individul rther thn those of the employer, insurer or provider. Our legisltion does this y moving wy from system where employers susidize the cost of smll-group pln to one where the employer cn mke defined contriutions to n individul pln chosen y the employee. This chnge will eliminte some of the dministrtive costs ssocited with providing helth insurnce nd llow employers to etter predict future costs. More importntly, it will llow employees to shop the mrket for the helth insurnce pln tht est fits the needs of their fmilies. In ddition, employees will hve the option of tking their helth insurnce pln with them when they move to new jo. Trditionlly, employees re locked in to whtever options for helth insurnce their employers cn provide. Under the system we propose, the power of choice would e put in the hnds of the employee. Once they find suitle pln they would e le to keep it even when moving to new plce of employment. Another importnt chnge we included in this legisltion will llow employees to py their insurnce premiums with pre-tx dollrs. This will level the plying field for oth lrge nd smll employers y giving ll employees the sme federl nd stte tx dvntges for the purchse of helth insurnce. All of these things will men greter flexiility nd more options for the employees of smll usinesses in our stte. Employers will e le to help their employees purchse nd own the helth insurnce pln tht est suits their needs nd the needs of their fmily. This will in turn llow smll usinesses to e more competitive when trying to otin the est employees ecuse they will e le to offer the enefit of n ffordle helth insurnce pln. It lso will men helthier, more productive Missourins in the yers to come. Helth insurnce my typiclly e thought of s enefit offered y mny plces of employment ut it is one of the most crucil necessities for working Missourins. Lending helping hnd to our smll usiness employers nd employees who re struggling to survive in mrket where helth insurnce costs continue to spirl out of control is the right thing to do. By helping hrd working Missourins otin the helth insurnce they need, we provide them with enefit they most certinly deserve. As lwys, plese feel free to cll, emil, or write with your ides or concerns. The Cpitol numer is , my emil ddress is mo.gov nd my miling ddress is Room 408B, Stte Cpitol Building, Jefferson City, Mo NEWS?
3 news-xpress, Butler, Mo., Fridy, April 20, Butler City Council FROM FRONT PAGE rte internet connection which e equipped with Linsky s router connection which would e dded to the City s existing internet network. Estimted cost for the system s development is $375,000. It ws rought out n engineering study, costing pproximtely $2,000, would provide more detiled survey with firmer cost estimtes. The consensus of the committee ws to hve the office stff prepre rief survey to e included in the utility sttements to ll residents sking if they would e potentil customers. The survey results would help determine if the proposl is fesile nd whether the City would prticipte. * * * * Wright, of the Prk nd Recretion Commission reported the group herd proposl from Dn nd Eddy Bridges to plnt trees with memoril plques in the City s prk system in memory of loved ones. The lyout would e clled the Tril of Memories nd would e locted in Pioneer Prk long the existing wlking tril. A new trilhed would e constructed t the intersection of George Ry Rod nd Prk Lne tht would tie into the existing tril to the southwest of the Aqutic Center. For $50 dontion to the Btes County Helth Foundtion (in memory of the lte Der Bledsoe, Dn Bridges twin sister) the foundtion would plnt specific tree with plque in honor of tht person within the prk long the tril. The foundtion would e responsile for ll costs of the tree, plnting nd memoril plque nd the prk crews would e responsile for mowing nd weed-eting round the trees. The foundtion will lso ccept dontions for concrete enches to e plced throughout the Tril of Memories t lter dte. The project ws well received y Myor Cook nd the Council memers. * * * * Police Chief Jim Grnett reported kennel hs een purchsed for the new drug dog nd tht Btes County Redi- Mix hs discounted the cost of the floor for the kennel. Councilmn Schnoeelen of the Airport Commission reported Chris Hll hs een engged s the new mnger of the Butler Memoril Airport. The Council pproved lese greement with Skydive K.C., Inc., for its opertion t the irport. By unnimous vote, the Council pproved Young Sles of Butler s the low locl idder on Country Clipper mower for Ok Hill Cemetery. The Council lso ccepted nd filed 2006 the delinquent tx list; nd pproved Sfety Villge Use of the old high school gymnsium this summer. Resolution 322 relted to closing certin records in ccordnce with RSMo ws pproved. Next week s tour sites... LAW ENFORCEMENT CENTER, corner Fort Scott nd Min Streets, Thursdy, April 26 1:00, 2:00 nd 3:00. Helping used kids FROM FRONT PAGE The Center, to e locted in Btes County, will tret mentlly, physiclly nd sexully used children in Btes County nd surrounding res. Butler Police Sgt. Chd Anderson, memer of the Children s Center committee nd severl ord memers hve een hevily involved in rising money, locting uilding site, receiving dontions nd recruiting volunteers to help in the project. The Btes County Center will e estlished s stellite fcility to the Child Advoccy Center in Joplin, Mo. The ide is to mke the Center ccessile to ll the counties in the 27th Judicil Circuit. Atkins ws very kind nd willing to help y signing the guitrs, the couple sid. McBride stted, I hope this helps you guys rise money for your new Child Ause Center. These country music strs re usy trveling from city to city performing t different venues, wrds shows nd mking television ppernces. Their help is mking this chrity event success hs een hertfelt experience, Vyper sid. HISTORIC BATES COUNTY COURTHOUSE, Fridy, April 27 1:00, 2:00 nd 3:00. Stff photos. Wer your setelt t ll times! City Clerk Jnet Kirtley dministered the oth of office Tuesdy night to the unopposed city council incuments. From left: Wlter Wright, Bo Conley, Don Mln nd Doug Wix. Stff photo. Hitt FROM FRONT PAGE l orgniztion tht uilds decent, ffordle homes for low income fmilies. The selected fmily will purchse the home with non-interest lon, finnced y the Btes County Are Hitt for Humnity. Qulifictions for the home include: 1. A need for dequte shelter. 2. Low income ut le to mke regulr, monthly pyments. 3. Willingness to prtner with Hitt (including 300 hours of swet equity ). 4. Residence in the service re for t lest one yer. Requests for pplictions cn e sent to Btes County Are Hitt for Humnity, P.O. Box 203, Butler, Mo or you cn cll (660) nd leve messge with your nme nd ddress nd n ppliction will e sent to you. All pplictions must e returned y My 15, Hitt for Humnity is not ffilited with ny government progrm. The homes re uilt y volunteers with much of the mterils donnted. Anyone who is interested in serving on the Bord of Btes County Are Hitt for Humnity or in volunteering to help uild the next home, cn cll Lois Cyton t (660) ; Vicki Kershner t (660) 200- Kidnpped FROM FRONT PAGE Weekly Butler P.D. report April 9 Dove Lne: Vndlism. 400 lock North Min: Domestic. April lock North Min: Vndlism lock West Fort Scott: Theft. 400 lock South Fulton: Possession of mrijun; ; Beverly Fox t (660) ; or Ruy Prson t (660) sttion wgon hering MO 2BH21H lst seen. Secrest hs hd pst reltionship with Moore who is known sex offender. Sujects my e en route to Tney County or possily the stte of Wshington. Anyone seeing the missing person, suspect, ssocite or vehicle, or nyone hving ny informtion relted to the endngered missing person should immeditely dil 911 to contct the nerest lw enforcement gency or cll the Vernon County Sheriff s Office t (417) yer-old femle, 27-yer-old femle, 12-yer-old femle, ll of Butler. April lock South Ornge: Assult. April lock North Ornge: Burglry. April lock West Fort Scott: Domestic. April lock West Fort Scott: Theft; 48-yer-old Butler mle. Tke tour of the Btes County Museum of Pioneer History
4 4 news-xpress, Butler, Mo., Fridy, April 20, 2007 SOCIAL SCENE/PEOPLE Anniversries... Following re recipe selections from the Rescue Me Cookook, pulished s fund-riser in 1992 y the Our Old High citizens group tht sperheded the renovtion of the gymnsium in the former Butler High School uilding. **** BUTTERMILK APPLE CAKE Clet York 1 c. mrgrine 1/2 c. rown sugr 1 c. uttermilk 1 tsp. sod 2 tsp. cinnmon 2 1/2 c. chopped pples, peeled 1 c. white sugr 2 eggs 1/2 tsp. slt 1 tsp. king powder 2 1/2 c. flour Crem mrgrine nd 2 sugrs until light nd fluffy. Add eggs one t time. Bet thoroughly. Stir in dry ingredients nd lterntely with uttermilk. Stir in pples lst. Pour tter in 13 x 9 inch pn nd sprinkle with the following topping: 1/2 c. sugr; 3/4 c. chopped wlnuts; 1 tsp. cinnmon. Mix together nd sprinkle on tter. Bke 45 minutes t 350. **** CORN CASSEROLE Dorett Wlker 1/2 c. utter 1/2 c. onion, chopped 1 green ell pepper Sute onion nd pepper in utter. 1 cn cremed corn Around Btes County... Reports of socil gtherings, clu meetings, events of interest Rod Stewrt concert enjoyed Zion Luthern Ldies Aid met on Wednesdy, April 11. Memers present were: Ruy Schenker, Lur Rpp, Erm Allen, Effie Fleischer, Sherlene Todd, Ruy Stotmeister, Dine Wohlgemuth, nd Terry Heimn. The Bile Study ws given y Ruy Stotmeistser nd Dine Wohlgemuth nd mites were collected for missions. The Secretry nd Tresurer s reports were red nd pproved. A thnk you ws red from Levi Rpp thnking the Aid for the Confirmtion Cross nd Pryer Book given to him for his confirmtion. A thnk you ws lso expressed for ll of the fine mels tht the Ldies serve the students ech month. The Spring Luthern Women s Missionry Legue Rlly will e held on My 6, t Aurur. The My Food Committee is the Zion Luthern School Children nd their prents. The Flower Committee is: Helen Pur nd Lur Rpp. The morning nd fternoon ws spent quilting. Ruy nd Norvin Schenker, Ruy nd Don Stotmeister, Don nd Lenn Fischer spent Sundy fternoon nd evening with Mrvin nd Veld Jgels. Rick nd Lind Jgels enjoyed going to the Rod Stewrt Concert t Kemper Aren lst Fridy evening. A gret concert nd ig crowd. Congrtultions to Jmie 2 eggs eten 1 ox Jiffy corn muffin mix 1 cn whole kernel corn nd juice Mix everything together nd pour into gresed 9 x 13 king dish. Bke t 400 for 30 minutes. Sprinkle grted cheese on top nd return to oven nd ke until melted. **** CHAMPAGNE SALAD Shron M. Arnold 1 8 oz. pkg. crem cheese 1/2 c. sugr 1/2 c. pecns 1 10 oz. pkg. frozen strwerries 1 c. sugr 1 c. pinepple tidits, drined 1 smll crton cool whip 2 nns, sliced Crem sugr nd crem cheese until fluffy. Mix in ll other ingredients. Freeze. **** ITALIAN MEATBALLS AND SPAGHETTI June Tlley 2 cns Contdin tomto pste 1 ts. sugr 1 cn tomtoes (mshed) 1/2 onion, diced nd Adm O Frrell on the rrivl of their first child, dughter. Regn Lynn ws orn t St. Luke s South Hospitl. Mternl grndprents re Jim nd Jnice McEwn, Pternl grndprents re Gry nd Denise O Frrell. Mternl Gretgrndmothers re Bernice Mott, nd Clet McEwn. Pternl Gret Grndprents re Erl nd Shirley Fischer, Gret gret grndp is Alfred Fischer. Best wishes to the hppy fmilies. Tommy Grgg invited Pul nd Pulette Rpp for Mexicn supper t Cowoy s in Rockville on Thursdy night. Tommy nd Pulette celerte the sme irthdte. Tommy left on Sturdy morning for trip to Settle, Wsh., to visit with reltives. Mrs. Eld Buer hosted n uction t her frm on Sturdy. The dy strted out with ig snow flkes, ut the fternoon ws nice nd sunny. A lrge crowd enjoyed the dy of visiting nd uying tresures. Birthdys celerted this week were: Dine Wohlgemuth, Esther Shouse, Jeff McIntire, Eric Mott, Clint Klinksick. Hppy Anniversry to Eldo nd Fried Rpp. Jke nd Dine Wohlgemuth re celerting their 40th wedding nniversry. Luke Wohlgemuth, Kristy nd Jim Curless nd oys fixed supper on Sturdy night for Jke nd Dine Wohlgemuth on their nniversry. Plns were mde for the whole fmily to get together this summer in Hnnil, Mo. Zion Luthern School hd its Trck nd Field Dy postponed until this Fridy due to d wether. The school will e going to their sports dy in Grden City t the Christin School there. Bethny Jgels hosted jewelry prty t the home of her prents, Mr. nd Mrs. Rick Jgels on Sundy fternoon. Those ttending were: Shirley Eline Fischer, Becky Mott, Gyle Bock, Tylor nd Connor, Brr Whetley, Amerly Phelps nd dughter, Mrs. Jco Heuser, Dine Wohlgemuth, Pulette Rpp, nd Jnet Nichols. Eloise, Bethny s dog, ws lso present. She gve Gyle surprise kiss nd loved the y s pcifier. Eloise ws the life of the prty. Delicious refreshments were served y Lind Jgels. Good luck on your new prt time usiness venture Beth! Pryers continue for the Morelnds Christin Church Amoret Christin Church hd 56 in ttendnce. Hppy Birthdy ws sung to Den Hmmer; lso to Bill Mede on the 17th. We hd no one in need of specil pryer, s we hve very lrge list of ll who still need the Lord s help. We especilly pry for the Morelnd fmily, s they Going to see Lillie Butler Hed Strt enrolees spent recent morning visiting with Lillie t the Butler Pulic Lirry during Story Hour. They listened to stories out Lillie eing red, mde their own story ook nd hd sncks. Sumitted photo. 1/2 tsp. slt 1/2 tsp. pepper 2 flt tsp. grlic slt 3 cns wter (pste cns) Brown onion in pn nd dd ll ingredients. Stir well, let simmer 2 to 3 hours. Met Blls: 1 1/2 ls. ground eef 2 eggs 1/2 onion diced 1 heping tsp. grlic slt 1/2 green pepper diced 1/2 tsp. pepper 1/2 tsp. slt Mix ll ingredients in owl, then dd 1 tsp. wter. Add out 2 cups red crums or enough to hold met together. Brown metlls in skillet nd dd suce nd simmer together.. **** SUGARLESS COOKIES Mrie Jennings 1/4 l. mrgrine 1 egg 2 tsp. vnill 1/4 tsp. slt 1 c. flour 1 tsp. king powder 1 c. risins 1 c. chopped nuts 1 c. coconut Crem together mrgrine, eggs, vnill nd slt. Add flour nd king powder, risins, nuts nd coconut. Roll mixture to 1 1/2 in dimeter nd refrigerte for 2 hours. Cut into 1/2 thick slices. Grese cookie sheet nd ke for 20 minutes t 350 or until golden rown. re grieving for lost fmily memers nd injured ones. My God give them strength nd courge s they strive to crry on their dediction to spreding nd teching the word. My 5 is the men s pryer rekfst, 7.m. On the 6th is the dy Show Me Christin group will e here for morning service nd lunch will e served t noon. Come nd ring friend. You re sure to e gld you did. Bro. Rizer red from John, chpter 20; verse He sked us ll to think out something. He sked wht is the purpose of our church. Mny of us look t our church s plce to meet nd greet others nd shre our needs nd wnts for the future. I consider my church my second fmily. A wy of knowing wht goes on in our re nd who needs helping hnd nd it s wy to rech out nd touch someone who is lost or lonely. Everything in life hs purpose, we just hve to seek nd find. It ws nice to see Den Hmmer out nd out. He s hd rough week, ut sid he ws very plesed with Btes Memoril Hospitl nd his cre. Lynd Wiley is still ttling d cough from pneumoni. She s hd hrd yer so fr. Hope the rest goes smoothly for her. She will never slow down! There were 30 guests t the shower. The honored guest ws Lis Cmeron. The gifts consisted of lums, csh for Wylon s piggy nk, Cmmie outfits, ht, mny gret outfits, dipers, silver rush nd com nd four-wy grow s you ge th tu nd storge four wy tle. Dorothy wrote poem nd hd it frmed. It ws eutiful. Lynd Wiley strted crocheted lnket ut when she roke her shoulder nd wrist she hd to put it off. She plns to finish it when the doctor lets her off the heling list. She gve n dditionl gift. This y will Due to n error in the Xchnger... Coke, Pi, Sprite & Diet Coke Should e 2 Liters 99 Not Cns! Jennings Mrket Ed, Sue Ann Steele mrried 50 yers Ed nd Sue Ann (King) Steele of rurl Butler, Mo., were mrried April 27, 1957 t the Adrin Christin Church, Adrin, Mo. Their dughters request crd shower in their honor which my e sent to Route 4, Box 680, Butler, Mo e the est dressed youngster in our re. The cke ws mde nd decorted y In Thoms. There ws punch nd coffee for refreshments. The pltes, cups, npkins nd tles were decorted so cute. Blloons too. Compliments to ll who hd prt in putting this shower together. You ll did gret jo. Our ldies group lwys puts so much effort into plnning. Julie Bitner nd Chelle hosted. We plyed gmes. One ws y shower ingo. I won nd received ig pckge of dipers. They went to Lis for Wylon. The cndy r gme ws won y Bylin Cmeron. Young ones sure do know their cndies. She lso got pckge of dipers nd gve them to Lis. Wht lovely shower. On My 19 Amoret will hve city wide clen up. All who cn need to pitch in to cler wy unwnted trsh, put it t the cur. All will e picked up ut no tires. They will not e included. This will e free of cost to the residents, the city will py the fee. You cn set out junk nd trsh week hed. Don t forget to check on shut in. Buckle up nd e sfe. Till next time. God less you one nd ll. Lorrie Johnson. Grvel dded to lleys We went out of town lst week to visit my husnds grndprents in Plmyr, Mo. His grndp is not doing so well, ut tht guy, they sy he is going to die, ut he will proly outlive us ll. He hs hd so mny hert ttcks, tht he lost count. We lwys enjoy seeing him, he is fun guy. I recieved n e-mil from Terri Pugh telling me out the sd news for their fmily. Their son Cory nd dughter in lw Allison lost their y on Ester Sundy. She ws expecting in few months. We ll send them our sympthies. I know Terri nd Crig nd they re such nice people. We hope they re ll doing oky. The grvel for the lleys nd north street hve een dded, which mkes for much smoother drive, ut wtch out for the pot hole on High Street y Pul Hix s house. Since he wnts to move wy nd ll I think he deserves it, I m just kidding I would rther hve nice rod there. His efforts y mny re gretly pprecited lthough I m sure he is redy for rek. A few weeks ck I sw th m moving thetre sets t the thetre. Tht is such net thing they did for the community. We lwys enjoy going to see movie there. We hd Tyler s third irthdy on Sturdy. Mny neighorhood kids showed up nd we ll hd good time. They plyed sell in the dd on we re uilding. It ws plstic teell set the Hrper s gve Tyler, nd mn hve the kids een hving fun with tht. Our only mistke is once we get our furniture in there mking ll the kids relize it isn t ll field. Just thought from me. I hve met mny, nd I men mny different fmilies round here nd other plces tht do not get long. It would e nice if they ll would get long, ut for those tht just cn t don t forget to e nice to their kids. You relly re teching them how to e. I elieve ll kids deserve chnce to thrive, nd they do not deserve to e treted d for their prents fults. This is not nything tht hs personly hs hppened to me. I just relly love kids nd rememer how much dults ffect who the kids ecome. I m going to stop writting ecuse I m in one of those modes, I just rmle on. So tke cre nd hve good week. send me some news. I wnted to dd note. Boonie Julien left her digitl cmer t the prk few weeks go if you found it she would pprecite cll, or cll me, nd I will get hold of her. I do know it ws there ecuse I sked friend tht goes to the prk often nd she sid she sw it there, ut decided to leve it incse the person returned to get it. CINEMA 6 of Hrrisonville in the Mill-Wlk Mll 2727 Cntrell Rd or 333-FILM All shows seen efore 5:00 p.m. ARE JUST $5.50 ALL SEATS ALL TIMES ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE April :00, 6:30 Fri.-St. Eve. 9:00 St.-Sun. Mt. 1:10 Vcncy - R April :00, 6:30 St.-Sun. Mt. 1:10 Fri.-St. Eve. 8:45 Are We Done Yet - PG April :00, 6:30 St.-Sun. Mt. 1:10 Fri.-St. Eve. 8:45 Meet The Roinsons - G April :50, 6:30 St.-Sun. Mt. 1:10 Fri.-St. Eve. 8:55 Bldes of Glory - PG-13 April :00, 6:30 Fri.-St. Eve. 8:50 St.-Sun. Mt. 1:10 Wild Hogs - PG-13 April :50, 6:25 Fri.-St. Eve. 8:50 St.-Sun. Mt. 1:05 Disturi - PG-13
5 SOCIAL SCENE/PEOPLE Around Btes County... Reports of socil gtherings, clu meetings, events of interest news-xpress, Butler, Mo., Fridy, April 20, Enggements... Impressed with church pgent Ester Sundy Allen Mulkins nd Floyd Kennedy from Metz stopped y to visit with Tex McKinley. Allen nd Floyd hd just left nd Scott Fox from Nevd stopped y. They spent the rest of the fternoon tlking. Hve you ever done something tht mde you feel out three feet tll? Well mye two feet tll. Never ever done it in ll your life? The ig topic eing locking your keys in your vehicle. For n excuse you might sy the wind lew the door shut. Admitting you just forgot nd left them lying on the rm rest is rel hrd to live up to. Stnding there looking t them through the window doesn t help it. A good locksmith from Compton Junction is out the only resonle nswer, when your other key is locked up t home. So the only thing to do is to get Phillips to come to the rescue. Tking less thn five minutes mkes you feel d for doing it nd gld tht there re people who know how to do it. Allen nd Joey Mulkins from Metz cme to visit Tex McKinley lter in the week. They hd fun tlking out everything. Mrilyn Entrikin went to see the Ester Pgent Triumphnt Love t the First Bptist Church lst Fridy night. She sid it ws wonderful presenttion nd very impressive. It took dozens of people mny hours to do this. If you go 45 minutes erly there is mrket plce to visit. There re stlls selling fruits, spices nd cndy. People re working with cotton, cloth nd pottery tht is for sle. You re given gold nd silver coins to mke purchses. Everyone is dressed in period costumes. She hd n enjoyle evening meeting old friends nd lots of new people. Steve Msters from Arknss clled Tex McKinley this week. He ws sking how d our frost hd een. Sounded s if his ws s d s ours. Hppy Anniversry: Rene nd Jeff Hnsen, April 15. Clss of 47 seeks memer updte Brndon nd Hether Plunkett re nnouncing the irth of son, Kenneth Dle, Sundy, April 15, weighing 8 pounds. Ptty nd Rlph Plunkett re pternl grndprents. Doris nd Rnse Mgoffin nd Ceceli Mgoffin re mternl grndprents. Ett Lou Arhm is pternl gret-grndmother. Michel nd Jennifer Arhm s y dughter, Emily, ws dedicted in service Sundy t the Wll Street Christin Church t Mound City, Kn. Lots of reltives were present, then ttended y shower for Emily. There will e work dy t Wlnut Grove Church this Sturdy, April 21, strting t 10.m. to replce some electricl wiring nd remove ded tree which recently lew down. All help pprecited. Bllrd s clss of 1947 would like n updte from memers to tht history cn e compiled efore the lumni get together. Plese send informtion to Ctherine (Cruce) Freytg, 3601 South Min St., Independence, Mo George Underwood died lst Mondy following long illness nd we extend sympthy to the fmily. Mxine Brown nd her son Dvid flew to Cliforni to ttend funerl services for her rother s wife. Alexndri Wickmn ws runner-up in Osge Vlley Electric s Youth Tour contest. She will ttend Coopertive Youth Conference nd Ledership Experience in Jefferson City. Ross nd Wnd Winscott hosted crd prty Sturdy night. Tod Umstttd, Mesyn nd Sterling visited Jennie Umstttd while Lis ws helping with wedding. The kids spent the night with cousins Chrlie nd Russell Rowlnd. Mesyn nd Chrlie went to church with Jennie. Bllrd s Red Ht Clu met t Ptty s Plce Tuesdy with 12 present nd hd lot of fun. We decided to chnge the time of meeting to 11:30.m. shrp. It will still e the second Tuesdy, so will e My 8. It ws suggested to ring something edile for our gme of Dirty Bingo, gin hve it wrpped or in g. Norm Jones nd dughter Eric visited Tuesdy with her mother, Ndine Mede, then to Butler nd took Leroy nd Lois Jones out for lunch. Ross nd Wnd Winscott went to the Brnson Fest t the Lwrence Welk prking lot in Brnson nd to Silver Dollr City to the World Fest. Biley Umstttd is upset with Grndm Jennie Umstttd tht her nme ws not listed s one of those celerting irthdy t the recent gthering t the Roerts home in Rymore. She thinks Grndm should not hve left out her fvorite grnddughter. Json Firmn celerted his 25th irthdy with trip to Overlnd Prk to et t BD s Mongolin BBQ. Attending the prty ws wife Cr, prents Aln nd Lind, sister Julie, rother-in-lw Lnce nd niece Shely. If you re gme for something different this plce hd it ll, nd ws very interesting. There s something for everyone. For your clendr-bllrd s Dinner Theter will e Sturdy, the 21st, dinner t 6 p.m. nd the ply, Turn Bck the Clock t 7:30. Tickets for the dinner must e purchsed in dvnce, this price is for the dinner nd the ply, dults $8, child 6 to 12 $6, preschool $4. For the ply only it is $4 for dults, child $2 nd preschool free. For more informtion cll the school, (816) nd sk for Cheryl Murchie, extension 110. Bllrd s Spelling Bee will e Tuesdy, April 24. Winners will go to the conference Spelling Bee t Sheldon April 28. Junior-Senior prom will e held Sturdy, the 28th. Sundy, April 29 is Singspirtion t Immnuel Bptist Church in Butler, 7:30 p.m. Firview Church will host cclurete service April 29, 7 p.m. Lst dy of school is Fridy, My 25. Alumni reunion will e Sturdy, My 26. Foster Frmettes nnul uction ig success The Foster Frmette s nnul uction ws rousing success. Memers met t the home of Pm Wingte the evening of April 12, ringing wide vriety of items for sle. Co-President Vinne Briscoe clled the rief usiness meeting to order. Other memers nd guests stnding for the Pledge of Allegince were Jon Perdue, Roert Sge, Ky Swickhmer, Krl Shull, Sndr Ro, Norm Le Mellenruch, Mrilyn Reed, Susie Hess, Lorind O Rer, Ktie O Rer, Crol Prker, Mry Hymer, Rhond Hedley, Ruth Whetley, nd Cheryl Tillery. Hertfelt thnk-you notes were red from Jn, Lur, nd Joy, dughters of Lind Reed, for the dontion of ooks in Lind s memory to the Rich Hill Memoril Lirry; nd from Dixie Glynn, on ehlf of the lirry, lso in pprecition for the ooks. A note from Hume High School ws lso red, thnking us for our contriution towrd their Project Prom. Unle to crry in oth her purse nd her uction items, Tresurer Crol presented the tresurer s report from memory. It sounded good to us. S nd W Auction Co. (Swickhmer nd Wingte, or s one guest put it, Stupid nd Worthless) conducted the uction. Memers nd guests id using numered idding pddles, which lso served s fns during heted moments. Interesting descriptions of items up for id were provided y the uctioneers. Merchndise included door for midgets, lemon sherng pie, nd n electric tick remover. More conventionl items were skets of lotions, cndles, nd other pmpering goodies; dishes nd home decor; ked goods; plnts; ooks; grdening items; nd personl mosquito zpper. A gift certificte for spot mssge from Krl, our in-house licensed mssge therpist, ws lso much desired. The ever-populr Prkerhouse rolls produced idding frenzy, s did the cinnmon rolls. The ked items tended to e pricey s most were mde with expensive District 4 wter. The outcome of the uction produced more thn enough funds to sponsor tem t the Rely for Life. Hostesses Pm nd Ruth served delicious refreshments during the socil hour. Mny topics were discussed, including the Book of Revolutions nd retirement plns. The next meeting will e My 10 t the home of Crol Prker. Don t forget to ring My sket to exchnge. Rememer to check the irthdy list on our clu keychin, nd shre the picture on it with nonmemers so they cn see wht typicl meeting is like. Reported. Youth Tour winners Tylor Elwell nd Elizeth Uptegrove from Leeton High School re Osge Vlley Electric s winners of the 2007 Youth Tour to Wshington D.C. This trip includes n ll-expense pid trip to our ntion s cpitl for six dys in June. High school juniors from the coopertive s service re were invited to prticipte in n essy contest. This yer s topic ws Wht Impcts Cn Energy Conservtion Hve on You nd Osge Vlley?. The student s essys were judged on suject, knowledge, netness, originlity, composition, grmmr nd presenttion. Approximtely ninety high school juniors sttewide will join more thn 1,000 students from cross the country to experience trip of lifetime. The Missouri delegtes will trvel throughout Wshington, D.C. visiting mny of the sights our cpitl hs to offer. Runners-up were Alexndri Wickmn from Bllrd High School nd Mtt Wtson from Hrrisonville High School. They will ttend Coopertive Youth Conference nd Ledership Experience in Jefferson City. Sumitted photo. Hrtsell-Gillis set wedding plns for June 23 Lrry nd Rit Hrtsell of Butler, Mo., nd Lester nd Mrsh Gillis, Adrin, Mo., wish to nnounce the enggement nd upcoming wedding of their children, Kelli Ilene Hrtsell to Trvis Erl Gillis. Wedding plns re for June 23 on the Btes County Museum grounds. June 2 wedding for Bloss-Hwkins Richrd nd Anit Bloss of Srcoxie, Mo., re plesed to nnounce the enggement of their dughter, Jennifer Jo Bloss, to Jmes Grrett Hwkins, son of Jmes nd Anit Hwkins of Appleton City, Mo. The ride elect is 2000 grdute of Srcoxie High School. Jennifer grduted from the University of Missouri-Columi in 2004 with Bchelor of Science degree in Agriculturl Eduction nd will otin msters degree in Agriculturl Eduction in Decemer Jennifer is currently employed t Cole County R-I High School, Russellville, Mo., s n griculture techer nd FFA dvisor. The prospective groom is 1998 grdute of Appleton City High School. Grrett grduted from Missouri Stte University in 2002 with Bchelor of Science degree in Agriculturl Business-Mrketing nd Sles. He serves s the director of ntionl legisltive progrms for the Missouri Frm Bureu Federtion in Jefferson City. A June 2, 2007 wedding is plnned t Mcedoni Bptist Church, Springfield, Mo. Stress importnce of WIC progrm Sndr Billingsley Btes County WIC Coordintor The Btes County WIC progrm would like to encourge prents to give their children the helth enefits of WIC y enrolling them in the progrm. The WIC progrm is the Specil Supplementl Nutrition Progrm for Women, Infnts nd Children. Children re our most precious resource nd the WIC progrm is here to help fmilies. WIC helps y providing nutritious foods, nutrition nd helth tips, helth ssessments, immuniztions, restfeeding informtion nd support, nd informtion out vriety of community resources. Fmilies lso receive informtion tht helps them to develop lifelong helthy eting hits. Mny working fmilies with two incomes hve reped the enefits of WIC s nutrition services. Mny more however, could hve prticipted nd did not ecuse they didn t relize they were eligile. New Income Guidelines for Missouri WIC re effective April 1, 2007 through Mrch 31, Exmple: A fmily of 4 cn mke $3,184 month, which is pproximtely $735 week or $38,203 nnully. For other sized fmilies income informtion, plese contct the locl WIC office. (Pregnnt women re counted s two fmily memers). Income is sed on gross ernings nd for self-employed or frming income is sed on net ernings. Some wivers of income pply nd formul is used to determine the fmily income. Plese contct the locl WIC offices for more informtion or to pply. (Btes County Helth Center, Business 71 Highwy, Butler, Mo. (660) ). Services re offered on non-discrimintory sis.usda is n equl opporunity provider.
6 6 news-xpress, Butler, Mo., Fridy, April 20, 2007 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. Ver E. Bowling Ver E. Bowling, 82, of Hrrisonville, Mo, pssed wy on Sturdy April 14, 2007 t the Golden Yers Nursing Center in Hrrisonville. Services t 2:30 p.m. Sturdy April 21 t the Underwood-Brndtonies Funerl Home of Butler. Visittion will e from 1 p.m. until the eginning of the service. Buril will follow in the Ok Hill Cemetery. In lieu of flowers the fmily suggests contriutions e mde to the Good Shepherd Hospice 7611 Stte Line Rd, Suite 200 KCMO, Ver ws orn on June 24, 1924 in St. Louis, Mo. to Chrles nd Curtis Clreth. She lived ll her life in Missouri spending her lter retirement yers in Butler where she lived with her lte husnd. Following his deth, nd suffering from her own filing helth, she moved to Hrrisonville, nd lived there until her deth. Ver is survived y her son Hyrum H. Huskey Jr. nd wife Isel of Turner s Fll, Mss., one dughter Vern L. Huskey, Hrrisonville; four grndchildren nd three gretgrndchildren. She ws preceded in deth y her prents, sister, three rothers nd two husnds. Services re under the direction of the Underwood- Brndtonies Funerl Home of Butler. Donn J. Estes Donn June Estes, ge 90 of Whetlnd, Cliforni, formerly of Butler, Missouri pssed wy pecefully on April 7, 2007 t Live Ok Mnor in Live Ok, Cliforni. She ws orn June 5, 1916 to Grover Clevelnd nd Minnie Agnes Hrris Jones in LVerne, Minnesot. Donn ws very ctive ldy during her life nd ws very well liked y ll who cme in contct with her. She worked t Mttingly s Dime Store on the Butler Squre for over 20 yers. Donn ws n ctive memer of severl clus nd orgniztions including the Get Togethers Clu, Reecc s Lodge, Christin Women Fellowship, Butler First Christin Church nd Whetlnd Christin Church. She unselfishly gve of her time for severl yers to the Butler Hospitl Auxilliry nd ws well known for her pies tht she mde for ll the ke sles nd dinners t oth churches. After her retirement nd the deth of her husnd, she went on severl trips of which she relly did enjoy, tking mny pictures nd hd endless stories to tell... even mking the nnul trip to Brnson. Donn ws specil person tht rought smiles to ll she met. She loved to cre nd help fmily nd friends in ny wy she could. She will e sdly missed y ll. Donn is survived y two dughters, Brend Lurin nd husnd Ted of Kirkwood, Missouri nd Vicki McCollum nd husnd Dennis of Whetlnd, Cliforni; four grndchildren, Becki Ann Lurin Mor of Cedr Prk, Texs, Keri Sue Lurin of Kirkwood, Missouri, Roert Michel Estes of Tmp, Florid nd Lwrence Monroe Estes of Wuchul, Florid; five gretgrndchildren, Brinn Lurin Mor nd Dino Theodore Mor of Cedr Prk, Texs, Whitney Nicole Estes Aceves nd Kyle Michel Estes of Tmp, Florid nd Roert Lwrence Estes of Wuchul, Florid; nd host of other reltives. She ws preceded in deth y her prents; husnd, Stephen Herert Estes; one son, Roert Lwrence Estes of Wuchul, Florid; two sisters, Billie Donmeyer of Oregon nd Crol McDonld of Butler; nd one rother, John Pul Jones of Butler. Funerl services were held 10:30.m. Sturdy, April 7, 2007 t the Schowengerdt Funerl Chpel ( ) in Butler with Pstor Ron Dunlp officiting. Buril in the Virgini Cemetery, Virgini, Missouri. Contriutions to the Butler First Christin Church. Bonnie Highley Bonnie Mxine (Horner) Highley, ge 81 of Adrin, Missouri died Wednesdy, April 11, 2007 t Medicl Center Hospitl in Independence, Missouri. She ws orn June 11, 1925 to Noh nd Nncy Lucind Cntrell Horner in Austin, Missouri. Bonnie, one of eight children, grew up in Austin nd grduted from Archie High School in After grdution she moved to the Archie/Adrin re. On June 18, 1943 she ws united in mrrige to Leroy Highley in Archie, Missouri nd to this union four children were orn. In 1950 the fmily moved to Butler nd then to the Spruce re in Bonnie nd Leroy purchsed frm ner Adrin in 1959 where she resided until her deth. Along with eing homemker, Bonnie worked t Unity Villge in Lee s Summit, Missouri nd t Emerson Drug Store in Adrin. She ws memer of the Adrin First Bptist Church, Penny Svers Clu, L.L.L. Sundy School Clss nd 20-yer ord memer of the Adrin Mnor Nursing Home. Bonnie enjoyed fishing, cmping, grdening, plying crds nd reding. Christms ws her fvorite time of yer-- especilly eing le to spend time with her children, grndchildren nd gret-grndchildren. Mny secrets were shred, dvice given nd prolems solved in chts with Grndm Bonnie. Her other interests included wlking, cross-stitching, cooking, sewing nd quilting. Bonnie is survived y three sons, Lrry Highley of Drexel, Missouri, Roger Highley nd wife Pm nd Owen Highley nd wife Sndy ll of Adrin, Missouri; one dughter, Nncy Summers nd husnd Kent of Clinton, Missouri; one sister, Vivin Ptterson nd husnd Chester of Lee s Summit, Missouri; ten grndchildren; nd eight gret-grndchildren. She ws preceded in deth y her prents; husnd Leroy; three rothers, Kenneth Horner, Lovel Horner nd Homer Horner; nd three sisters, Ruy Vnsndt, Goldie Jones nd infnt sister Nncy Horner. Funerl services were 1 p.m. Mondy, April 16, 2007 t the First Bptist Church in Adrin with Pstor Ben Chpmn officiting. Buril in the Crescent Hill Cemetery, Adrin, Missouri. In lieu of flowers, contriutions my e mde to the Adrin First Bptist Church or Americn Cncer Society. Services were under the direction of the Schowengerdt Funerl Chpel in Butler. Ptrici Lughlin Ptrici Ann (Morse) Lughlin, ge 67 of Butler, Missouri died Tuesdy, April 10, 2007 t Btes County Memoril Hospitl in Butler. She ws orn Jnury 29, 1940 to Fred Rymond nd Mrth Ruth Sykes Morse in Knss City, Missouri. Pt, the youngest of four children nd only dughter, grew up in Rich Hill, Missouri where she grduted from Rich Hill High School in 1958 s vledictorin of her clss. On August 30, 1958 she ws united in mrrige to Jim Lughlin in Rich Hill nd to this union three children were orn. After grdution, she worked s secretry t Bendix of Knss City nd vrious other secreteril jos until the time she ecme mother nd full time cregiver... still tking time to work vrious prt time jos tht plesed her. Pt ws lwys gret cregiver to ll of her fmily. Her memerships included the Ohio Street United Methodist Church, United Methodist Women, Btes County Genelogicl Society, Missouri Extension Clu, Butler Better Homes Clu nd Tops Clu/Kops Clu in Knss City. Pt enjoyed flowers, grdening, cmping, trveling, oil pinting nd ws loyl Chiefs fn since With plesnt smile for everyone she met, she will e rememered s n outgoing womn with gret persevernce. As the fmily cregiver, she took cre of her mother-inlw, n unt nd her prents in their lter yers. Among her other enjoyments, Pt lso ws girl scout leder, motorcycle enthusist, Rich Hill Student Council President nd n vid crossword puzzle worker. Her children rememer mny quilts tht she crocheted for them with tender, loving cre. Pt is survived y her husnd of 48 yers, Jim Lughlin of Butler, Missouri; two sons, Jmes Ptrick Lughlin nd wife Sherry of Lee s Summit, Missouri nd Dvid Mtthew Lughlin nd wife Theres of Butler, Missouri; one dughter, Lind Christine Blue nd husnd Boy of Butler, Missouri; two rothers, Roert Fred Morse nd wife Shron of Grin Vlley, Missouri nd Richrd Morse nd wife Glynn of Windsor, Missouri; eight grndchildren, Srh, Kte, Jco, Dvid, Dustin, Brittny, Roin nd Chrlie; three gretgrndchildren, Ktlyn, Mdison nd Mirnd; nd 20 nephews nd nieces. She ws preceded in deth y her prents nd one rother, Oliver Jck Morse. Funerl services were held 10.m. Fridy, April 13, 2007 t the Schowengerdt Funerl Chpel in Butler with Rev. Jmes Stnfield Myers officiting. Interment, Woodfin Cemetery, Foster, Missouri. Contriutions to Ohio Street United Methodist Church. Prker C. Pugh Prker Cory Pugh ws orn Sundy, April 8, 2007 to Cory Crig nd Allison Mrett Cook Pugh t St. Luke s Hospitl in Knss City, Missouri. He weighed 9.5 ounces nd ws nine inches long. Prker is survived y his prents, Cory nd Allison Pugh of Adrin, Missouri; pternl grndprents, Crig nd Terri Pugh of Amsterdm, Missouri; mternl grndprents, Lrry nd Lori Cook of Butler, Missouri; two uncles, Lndon Cook nd Josh Pugh oth of Butler, Missouri; n unt, Rchel Otes nd husnd Eric of Drexel, Missouri; nd host of other reltives nd friends. Grveside services were 2 p.m. Fridy, April 13, 2007 t St. Ludger s Ctholic Cemtery in Germntown, Missouri with Brother Pul Burhrt officiting. Prker ws lessed y Fther Linus. Contriutions to the St. Luke s Hospitl Neontl Unit. Services were under the direction of the Schowengerdt Funerl Chpel in Butler. Wilm L. Zellmer Wilm Lorine Zellmer, ge 66 of Butler, Missouri died Wednesdy, April 11, 2007 t St. Luke s Hospitl in Knss City, Missouri. She ws orn July 16, 1940 to Jmes Arthur nd Alt Belle Cummings Thoms in Butler. Wilm, one of eight children, grew up in Butler where she ttended Wilcox Grde School nd Mimi Center. In 1956 she ws united in mrrige to Clrence Wtts t the Butler Centennil nd to this union, seven children were orn. As homemker, Wilm s priority ws tking cre of her fmily nd home ut she did work for severl yers t Willow Lne Nursing Center in Butler s hed of housekeeping nd mintennce, retiring in In August of 1994 she mrried Roert Zellmer nd they hd 13 wonderful yers together. She ws memer of the Adrin Clvry Bptist Church. Wilm enjoyed fishing, flower nd vegetle grdening, cooking, cnning nd spending time with her grndchildren. A fun, cring, determined nd strong womn she ccomplished whtever she put her mind to do. She ws ig Tiger Woods fn nd loved Dr. Doolittle. Her puppies Tiger, T.J., Blue nd Pepper were constnt compnions for her. Where there s Wilm, there s wy! Wilm is survived y her husnd, Roert Zellmer of Butler, Missouri; two sons, Roger Wtts nd Jmes Wtts nd wife Sndr ll of Ellington, Missouri; three dughters, Ptrici Dvis of Butler, Missouri, Eline Kighn nd husnd Chuck of Hrrisonville, Missouri nd Judy Jen nd husnd Mike of By City, Michign; three sisters, Louise Bisy nd husnd Fred of Foster, Missouri, Shron Westover of Hrrisonville, Missouri nd Nev Milron nd husnd Les of Brnson, Missouri; 14 grndchildren nd four gretgrndchildren. She ws preceded in deth y her prents; infnt twins, Roert nd Willim; two rothers, Kenneth Ewing nd Howrd Thoms; nd two sisters, Ndine Rice nd Betty Osourne. Funerl services were held 2 p.m. Sturdy, April 14, 2007 t the Schowengerdt Funerl Chpel in Butler with Pstor Chuck Kighn officiting. Buril in the Ok Hill Cemetery, Butler, Missouri. Contriutions to the Hrrisonville Grce Bptist Church. Mxine Deems Nin Mxine Deems, ge 81 of Butler, Missouri died Fridy, April 13, 2007 t Btes County Memoril Hospitl in Butler. She ws orn Decemer 26, 1925 to Chrles nd Cleo Miller Deems in Btes County, Missouri. Mxine, one of three children, grew up in the Doule Brnch Community where she ttended the Doule Brnch Grde School nd grduted from Butler High School. After grdution she moved to Knss City, Missouri nd worked t Nievell s Fctory mking suitcses. She lter went to work t Bendix Corportion, now clled Honeywell, where she retired fter 35 yers of service. She ws memer of the Doule Brnch Christin Church nd the Doule Brnch Ldies Aid where she loved helping cook for dinners. She ws lso memer of the Americn Business Women s Assocition since 1970 nd ws womn of the yer. Mxine loved doing things for her fmily nd friends--especilly her nephews, nieces, gretnephews nd gret-nieces. She spent mny hours fixing food to tke to events nd would often tke people who didn t hve ride to church nd other ctivities. Her lst yer ws spent t Mediclodge s she ecme unle to cre for herself, ut she ws lwys redy to go nywhere. Mxine is survived y one rother, C.K. Deems of Butler, Missouri; one sister, Bonnie Austin of Butler, Missouri; five nephews, Thoms Deems nd wife Theres of Butler, Missouri, Dniel Deems nd wife Kelly of Blue Springs, Missouri, Krl Austin nd wife Connie of Clinton, Missouri, Mrk Austin nd wife Ruth of Butler, Missouri nd Joe Austin nd wife Dwn of Butler, Missouri; one niece, Sue Austin Swrtz nd husnd Philip of Topek, Knss; nd 16 gretnephews nd gret-nieces. She ws preceded in deth y her prents nd gret-nephew, Nthniel Deems. Funerl services were held 2:30 p.m. Sundy, April 15, 2007 t the Doule Brnch Christin Church with Brother Bill Perkey officiting. Buril in the Firview Cemetery, Butler. Contriutions to the Butler Pulic Lirry or the Doule Brnch Christin Church Building Fund or the Firview Cemetery. Services were under the direction of the Schowengerdt Funerl Chpel in Butler, Missouri. Eugene L. Denke Eugene L. Denke, 76, Rpid City, S.D., formerly of Butler, Mo., pssed wy Sturdy, April 14, 2007 t Rpid City R e g i o n l Hospitl. He is survived y his wife, M r g r e t Denke of Rpid City; nd three r o t h e r s, Hrold Denke, nd Julius Denke, Rpid City nd Erhrt Denke, Sturgis, S.D. He ws preceded in deth y his prents, Henry nd Esther; two rothers, Adolph nd Helmuth; nd sister, Clr Crose. Services were April 19 t Pece Luthern Church in Rpid City with the Rev. Dvid Fechner officiting. Interment t Blck Hills Ntionl Cemetery ner Sturgis with militry honors y VFW Post 1273 of Rpid City. Friends my sign Eugene s guestook online t Ruth G. Ensor Ruth Gerldine Bssett ws orn Nov. 3, 1937 in Rich Hill, Mo., to Ry Bssett nd Fnnie Boyer Bssett McKinley nd deprted this life April 16, She ttended Rich Hill school, g r d u t - ing in She mrried Chrles Ensor Sept. 23, 1955 nd they were lessed with five children. With this mny kids, she ecme involved in PTA nd helped to orgnize the first school crnivl. She ecme prt of the Rich Hill Bll Assocition nd coched girl s softll tems. They won mny chmpionships. She served s president of the Chmer of Commerce for one yer, rel estte roker for over 30 yers nd worked with her husnd Chrlie in the uction usiness for over 40 yers. She ws memer of the Estern Str. In 1984, Ruth helped form the Friends of Green Lwn Assocition, non-profit orgniztion which chieved mny ccomplishments. She ws especilly proud of the Veterns Memoril. She remined ctive with the orgniztion until the evening she pssed. She enjoyed surfing the internet, emiling friends nd reserching her fmily history. She sid her computer ws her connection to the outside world. Ruth enjoyed visiting with fmily, especilly her grndchildren. She tught them proper etiquette from the good old dys. Ruth ws n vid fishermn nd loved eing outdoors until her helth no longer permitted. She ws preceded in deth y her fther, Ry Bssett nd mother, Fnnie McKinley; stepfther, Chester McKinley; infnt rother Boy Lee; nd husnd of 45 yers, Chrlie. She leves ehind her children, Cheri Bker nd husnd Bill, Rytown; Wendy Brdley, Butler; Scott Ensor nd wife Trici, Peculir, Mo.; Mrlene Pickering nd husnd Steve, Lenon, Mo.; Vlerie Kithcrt nd husnd Richrd, Rich Hill; 11 grndchildren: Angel, Jeff, Emm, Sm, Corey, Cody, Hnn, Alison, Morgn, Ashlyn nd Nte; four gret-grndchildren: Mson, Mitchell, Hlle, Dxton; rother, Lrry McKinley nd wife Jnelle; lifelong est friend nd cousin, Mxine Hunt; specil cregiver, Sherry Doody; nd eloved est friend Spot; nd host of mny der friends. Services were April 19 t Heuser Funerl Home, Rich Hill, with Bro. Bill Perkey officiting. Interment in Greenlwn Cemetery, Rich Hill. Mle A. Cook Mel A. Cook, 94, deprted this life t 2:30 p.m. Fridy, April 13, 2007, in Riverview Mnor, Ozrk, Mo. Mel ws orn Sept. 13, 1912 in Tney County nd lived there until 1959 when she nd her husnd moved to Rich Hill, Mo. Due to filing helth she moved to the mnor in Jnury Mel ws preceded in deth y her husnd, Ross; three sons-in-lw, Jesse Lmeth, Lwrence Blck, nd Dle Gideon; one sister, Ev Wilson, nd three infnt silings, 2 rothersin-lw, nd specil sister-inlw, Fern Pece. Survivors include two children, Doris Gideon, Sprt, Mo., Ky Wright, Lierty, Mo.; four grndchildren, seven gretgrndchildren, nd six gretgret-grndchildren; nd severl specil nieces nd nephews. Grveside services were held April 17 t Chdwick Cemetery t 2 p.m. Week filled with ctivities Brin Austin went to Wrrensurg with the FFA Knowledge tem on Thursdy efore Ester. Ruth nd Shn Austin spent Thursdy through Sundy with Lwrence nd Elizeth Austin in Springfield, Mo. Leon nd Sue Decker nd Linferd nd Judith Klssen, Christopher, Ann, Brendn, Cle nd Emily spent Ester with Milton nd Myrtle Koehn nd others t Fredoni, Kn. Roy nd Wnd Fleischer hosted Ester dinner for their fmily. Present were Rick nd Roin Fleischer nd Keith, Josh nd Kenleigh Fleischer, Fred nd Kelly Hunt nd Todd, Brooke DuBry, Roger nd Trci Tippie nd Kiley, Jimmy Howell, Lorene Kline, Brin nd Hiley Gillis, Nthn, Brodi nd Mysi Miller. Ester morning Joe nd Lind Wix ttended services t First Bptist Church in Butler. Pul Burch, Lonnie Morrow nd Richrd Lwrence were in Eminence, Mo., t Cross-Country tril ride. They enjoyed luegrss music t night lst week. Zell Done spent Ester in the home of Scot nd Lind Rolf, Gyle, Csey nd Slly t Prkville, Mo. Zell returned home Thursdy. Ry nd In Me Thoms hosted Ester dinner for their fmily. Present were Lis Hger nd Jred nd Derek Hger, Dinn Silvers, Shnnon nd Tyni Kisner, Korin nd Logn. Hermn nd Mry Lee Shuert hosted Ester dinner t the Msonic Lodge hll for their fmily. Ron nd Gy Nissen, Lee nd Julie Brer, Jeff Nissen, Jimmy nd Meliss Nissen, Hunter nd Griel joined others. Virgini Thompson nd Neomi Anderson were shopping in Overlnd Prk, Kn. Wednesdy. Cindy of Monett spent Wednesdy night nd Thursdy night with Joe nd Lind Wix. Brin Austin prticipted in the Butler School ply Fridy nd Sturdy evenings. Skip Heckdon visited Howrd, John nd Ron Hoson Fridy. Mrvin nd Doris Null nd E.C. nd Betty Lemon enjoyed lunch with friends Thursdy t Ryn s resturnt in Belton. Mrvin nd Doris Null ttended visittion for Pt Lughlin Thursdy evening t Schowengerdt Funerl Chpel. We extend sympthy to the fmily. Pt Higginottom, Betty Lemon nd Doris Null went to Ft. Gison, Okl., nd spent Fridy, Sturdy nd Sundy with Betty Jo Rps. Skip nd Jn Heckdon enjoyed cke nd ice crem nd plyed crds Fridy evening with Howrd, John nd Ron Hoson. They helped Jn celerte her irthdy. Dinn Silvers nd Mtthew nd Reecc Silvers enjoyed lunch Sturdy with Ry nd In Me Thoms. Jck nd Pt Vn Horn nd Kimerly Hskins, Grce nd Av enjoyed lunch nd shopping Sturdy in Lee s Summit. Gy Nissen, Lee nd Julie Brer ttended y shower for Julie t Mnsfield, Missouri Sturdy fternoon. Dinn Silvers, Mtthew nd Reecc Silvers nd Ry nd In Me Thoms ttended the Uptown Contemporry Prise worship in Butler Sturdy evening. The Step 7 nd plyed music nd Rev. Mtthew Silvers gve the messge. Erl nd Neomi Anderson ttended the music show ner Grden City Sturdy evening. Mrk Alford from Chnnel 4 television news ws guest. Sundy morning Joe nd Lind Wix ttended Golden Avenue Bptist Church in Springfield, Mo. where Boone Middleton is pstor. They enjoyed lunch with Boone nd Kren. Joe nd Lind visited Cleitise Duzn lter tht fternoon nd returned home. Dot (Eckles) Fisher of Sn Jun Puerto Rico clled cousins Ry nd In Me Thoms Sundy fternoon. Skip nd Jn Heckdon visited Howrd, John nd Ron Hoson Sundy evening. Mny out of town reltives nd friends joined C.K. Deems nd Bonnie Austin t doule Brnch Christin Church for the funerl service for their sister, Mxine Deems Sundy fternoon. Among those ttending from out of town were the Krl Austin fmily nd the Sue Austin Swrtz fmily. Sue nd dughter Meliss styed overnight with onnie Sundy. Mrk Austin nd Joe Austin s fmilies lso ttended. Dniel nd Kelly Deems spent the weekend with Pete nd Jen Vn Horn. Sundy fternoon they ttended Dniel s unt Mxine Deems funerl service long with Jen Vn Horn nd Angel Vn Horn who ws lso home for the weekend. Pul nd Violet Rps, Erl nd Neomi Anderson, Lrry nd Nor Smlley joined others from the community in ttendnce lso. We extend our person condolences to ll fmily memers nd friends.
7 FARM FRONT news-xpress, Butler, Mo., Fridy, April 20, NOTES FROM THE BEAN FARMER Doug Fttig, Hrmony, Minn. (I m not rel frmer. The only corn I hve is my jokes). get lots of mil from my reders. Both of them. Sometimes I they send me jokes. Here re some of them. Good, d. I m the guy with the gun. (Bruce Cmell in Army of Drkness ). The good news is I no longer hve ny dout tht Elvis is still live. The d news is I strt electro-convulsive therpy tomorrow. The good news is I finlly found tht liver I needed for the trnsplnt on the underground ey. The d news is it cost me n rm nd leg. * * * * This one is from techer. A kid sked his kindergrten techer to help him put on his cowoy oots. She could see why. Even with her pulling nd his pushing, the little oots still didn t wnt to go on. By the time they got the second oot on, she hd worked up swet. She lmost cried when the little oy sid, Techer, they re on the wrong feet. She looked nd sure enough, they were. It wsn t ny esier pulling the oots off thn it ws putting them on. She mnged to keep her cool s, together they worked to get the oots ck on, this time on the right feet. He then nnounced, These ren t my oots. She it her tongue, rther thn get in his fce nd screm, Why didn t you sy so?, like she wnted to. Once gin she struggled to help him pull the ill-fitting oots off his little feet. No sooner hd they gotten the oots off when he sid, They re my rother s oots. My Mom mde me wer em, Now she didn t know if she should lugh or cry. But she mustered up wht grce nd courge she hd left to wrestle the oots on his feet gin. Helping him into his cot, she sked, Now, where re your mittens? He sid, I stuffed em in the toes of my oots. She will e eligile for prole in three yers. By Suznne Lurs Ntionl Donte Life Month, estlished y the Burning-Amoret; Cows Out- United Sttes Division of Weekly report Dunlp; Suspicious Activity- Trnsplnttion in 2003, cknowledges nd celertes Adrin; Alrm-Amsterdm; from sheriff s Suspicious Vehicle-Adrin; Coroner-Rich Hill. April 8: Civil stndydeprtment Adrin; Alrm-Amsterdm; April 9: Trespssing-Butler; Domestic-Drexel; Cow April 2: Drugs found-rich neglect-amoret; Check well * * * * Ded horse-rich Hill; Animl Out-Amsterdm; Domestic- Hill; Mutul id-butler PD. eing-adrin; Mutul id- Adrin; Accident-Butler; Suspicious Vehicle-Adrin. Theft-Butler; Suspicious ve- April 3: Theft-Amsterdm; MSHP. April 10: Burglry-Adrin; hicle-adrin; Assist DFS-Butler; Check well eing-amoret; Mutul Aid-Butler PD; Mutul Aid-Css County; Assist DFS- Theft-Adrin. Adrin; Domestic-Hume; Accident-Worlnd. Hill. April 5: Assist DFS-Rich April 11: Civil Stndy- April 6: Theft-Adrin; Worlnd; Theft-Butler. Theft-Butler; Alrm-Amsterdm; Animl neglect-adrin; April 12: Med. Assist.- Rockville; Domestic-Amsterdm; Accident-Butler; Assist well eing-ppinville; Prop- Theft-Amsterdm; Check DFS-Adrin; Assist DFS-Rich erty dmge, Peru; Animl Hill; Hrssment-Drexel; neglect-amsterdm; Cows Stlking-Adrin; Suspicious out-amsterdm; Trespssing- Vehicle-Bllrd; Prowler- Butler. Adrin. April 7: Accident-Adrin; Suspicious vehicle-am- April 13: Check Well Being-Adrin; Accident-Adrin. sterdm; Check well eing- April 14: Accident-Rich Amoret. Hill; Civil Stndy-Drexel; Check Well Being-Rockville; Accident-Athol; Check Well Being-Amoret; Alrm-Foster; Domestic-Rich Hill; Property Dmge-Amoret. April 15: Attempted Vehicle Theft-Pssic; Domestic-Archie; Burglry-Butler; Alrm-Amsterdm; Illegl In the Sturdy chill Tr Love, Clinton, Mo., first yer memer of the Btes County Jr. Cttlemen s Assocition groomed her steer prior to the Spring Clssic Heifer nd Steer Show Sturdy t the Btes County Firgrounds. With her were Austin Blck (center), President of the Assocition nd his rother, Cooper Blck. Stff photo. April is ntionl donte life month everyone who helps sve nd improve the lives of others through orgn dontion. The most importnt decisions one cn mke in honor of Ntionl Donte Life Month is to ecome donor. The gift of life is the gretest gift one cn give. According to the Deprtment of Helth nd Humn Services, in the United Sttes roughly 63 people receive n orgn trnsplnt dily. Although hundreds of thousnds of people hve lredy provided the gift of life through commitment to orgn dontion, there is still gret need. In the United Sttes over 84,000 people re currently witing for n orgn donor. Approximtely 70,000 of those re witing for kidney, nd out 16 people die every yer on the witing list. Visit Kidney Swp t wwww.onlinekidneyswp. com for more informtion on pired kidney exchnges. Hve news item? Cll the news-xpress Everything you lwys wnted to know out hummingirds. * * * * Feeding do s nd don ts Our summer will not e ummer ecuse we ll hve the little hummers! Rememer, the formul is one prt sugr to four prts wter. Esiest wy: Boil 1/2 cup wter in microwve, dd 1/4 cup white sugr nd stir until cler, dd enough cold wter to mke cup. Never use honey (it mkes their mouths sore) or red food coloring (it my ruin their kidneys). Plce t lest 6 feet from ground to prevent domestic cts pimping for kill.
8 8 news-xpress, Butler, Mo., Fridy, April 20, : Btes County osts popultion of 30,141 Historicl Hppenings Eddie Herrmn April , Wlter Willims, uthor of the ook, The Stte of Missouri, lists Btes County with 30,141 in popultion. Rich Hill is lrgest with 4,053. Butler is second with 3,158. Adrin hd 629, Rockville with 580, nd Hume with , The Butler Stte Bnk is running n d in the Btes County News-Hedliner newspper sking you to mtch the smiles of employees to the person nd you cn e winner of $25. Smiles used re: Mrci McElwin, Iris Becker, Shirley Heckdon, Virgini Domer, Clr Me Griel, Shirley Herrmn, Ptty Resco, Mxine Piepmeier, Shron Miller, Chrlotte Mnn, Doris Kropf, Lert Leftwich, Georginn Bellis nd Eiko McLwhorn. April , N. B. Jeter, Butler jeweler, goes to Plesnt Hill on n inspection tour. He is the officil wtch nd clock inspector for the Missouri-Pcific Rilrod. 1952, At the nnul prent-son nquet of the Butler FFA held t the First Christin Church, J. Alex Cuin. Butler uto deler, is mde n honorry memer of the FFA. April , The City of Rich Hill is wtering the streets to keep the dust down. Mc- Quitty & Engles is doing the sprinkling. 1969, Listed s mnufcturers in Butler re: Coronet Aluminum, Inc., Mx Lerner, president; Cox Bros. Hide & Fur Compny, 712 Pine St., Glen nd Pul Cox, owners; nd Crockett Concrete, A. Dle Crockett, owner. April , A crowd from Amoret visits the Worlnd col mine fields, 4 1/2 miles west nd 1 mile north of Foster. 1945, Mjor Crl W. Berry, Provost Mrshl of the 7th Service Commnd, sttioned t Springfield, is in Butler for federl inspection of Compny F of the Missouri Stte Gurd in Butler. He is plesed. April , A detchment of crck Army cvlrymen from Fort Riley, Kn., stop for lunch t the Tsty Food Cfe in the Inn Hotel in Butler. They re on their wy to Joplin to prticipte in lrge festivl. 1951, Aout 7:45.m. fire reks out in the OK Ruer Welders uilding long U.S. 71 (Bus. Route). The Butler Fire Deprtment keeps the lze from spreding to the Bert Brdley store next door. Jim Olive is the OK owner, hving ought it 7 months go from Frnk Hewitt. (north side of Ohio street). April , A meeting is held in Butler to her officils of the proposed Holden, Butler nd Fort Scott Rilrod. It is deferred to future mss meeting. 1941, 23-yer-old J.D. Wlker hngs himself in shed t his prents home in west Butler. Mr. nd Mrs. Roy Wlker re prents. April , Tking over s Postmster of Foster is Joseph W. Mnlove. 1952, Tylor Hendrickson, son of Mrs. Jennie Me Hendrickson, 5 miles est of Pssic, is elected to the office of secretry of the Missouri Assocition of FFA t the convention t Columi. Continuing first from the Civil Wr: An Army mulnce corps, workle mchine gun, the income tx, press correspondents in ttle res, withholding tx, photogrphy of ttles nd the Medl of Honor. Are schools honored The Butler R-5 School District ws recognized for receiving Accredittion with Distinction in Performnce y the Missouri Deprtment of Elementry nd Secondry Eduction during nquet Mrch 8 t the University of Centrl Missouri. Receiving the wrd on ehlf of the district ws Sterling Green, Superintendent. Presenting the wrd were Stn Archie, left, memer of the Missouri Stte Bord of Eduction, nd Gerri Ogle, right, ssocite commissioner, dministrtive nd finncil services, with the Missouri Deprtment of Elementry nd Secondry Eduction. The event ws hosted UCM s College of Eduction nd the Centrl RPDC. Sumitted photo. Biofuel imports should e closely scrutinized Wshington Importtion of iofuels into the United Sttes should e closely scrutinized ccording to the Americn Corn Growers Assocition (ACGA). We hve lerned some hrd lessons in the pst when importing lternte fuels which we must work hrd to void in the future, sys ACGA Bord Chirmn Keith Dittrich. Yer to dte iofuel imports re setting record pce nd plns to import dditionl iodiesel nd ethnol from foreign sources need to e closely reviewed nd federl lws must e updted to ensure the future viility of the ntion s young nd growing iofuel industry. Bck in the erly 1980s, when gsohol ws the rge with the Pririe Populist movement of tht time, the U.S. llowed the importtion of inferior methnol, explined Dittrich. The fuel systems of thousnds of crs nd trucks were dmged y those chep fuel imports. Mny service sttions t tht time proudly displyed signs tht there ws no lcohol in their gsoline, resulting in huge setck for our domestic ethnol industry. We simply cn not fford to mke these mistkes gin nd risk jeoprdizing our domestic ethnol industry. Dittrich expnded his remrks to include his concerns with importtion of iodiesel. Tody, our ntion s new nd upcoming iodiesel industry hs gone to gret lengths to void the pitflls experienced y the gsohol industry, sid Dittrich. It would e huge trgedy to see this new domestic fuel industry struck down in its infncy y inferior imported fuels. We must ensure tht ny foreign iofuels coming into the U.S. tody meet the sme strict stndrds estlished for our domestic iofuels. As importnt s mintining our high fuel stndrds re, we lso need to updte our ntion s lws to ensure our domestic iofuel industry is not negtively impcted y foreign imports, dded Dittrich. ACGA recommends the following chnges e mde to current federl lws to gurntee tht Congress s originl ojectives for the ntion s iofuel industry re met: Imported iofuels should not e llowed to count towrd the federl Renewle Fuel Stndrd, IRS code should not llow iofuel tx incentives for imported iofuels, Import triff loopholes tht llow non- Crien Bsin ethnol into the U.S. through the Crien Bsin Inititive (CBI) should e closed, All iofuels should e leled t the pump s to its country of origin, nd Imported iofuels should e held to the sme high qulity stndrds s domesticlly produced iofuels. Frm orgniztions nd rurl Americns hve worked hrd to uild our homegrown fuel industry, s hve key leders in the Congress, concluded Dittrich. Yers go, ck in the frigid winter of 1979, demonstrting frmers cmping on the Mll in the ntion s cpitl uilt still, mde ethnol nd then ked cookies from the distillers grin which were distriuted to nd consumed y memers of Congress. Tht ws long time go nd tody we cn ll tke credit for uilding n infrstructure, supported with good sfegurds nd incentives from the federl government, for the rpid expnsion of our domestic iofuel industry. Let us ll mke sure we move ever forwrd in this endevor. ACGA represents 14,000 memers in 35 sttes. ACGA hs stnding ylws tht prohiits the orgniztion from ccepting funding from corporte griculture. Tht mens tht ACGA represents frmers -- not seed, chemicl, food processing, grin trding or crop insurnce compnies. For more informtion, or if you would like to join ACGA or help support our efforts, plese see April is Ntionl Donte Life Month By Suznne Lurs Ntionl Donte Life Month, estlished y the United Sttes Division of Trnsplnttion in 2003, cknowledges nd celertes everyone who helps sve nd improve the lives of others through orgn dontion. The most importnt decisions one cn mke in honor of Ntionl Donte Life Month is to ecome donor. The gift of life is the gretest gift one cn give. According to the Deprtment of Helth nd Humn Services, in the United Sttes roughly 63 people receive n orgn trnsplnt dily. Although hundreds of thousnds of people hve lredy provided the gift of life through commitment to orgn dontion, there is still gret need. In the United Sttes over 84,000 people re currently witing for n orgn donor. Approximtely 70,000 of those re witing for kidney, nd out 16 people die every yer on the witing list. Those witing for kidney donor hve even more to celerte this month. In Mrch the House of Representtives unnimously pproved the Chrlie W. Norwood Living Orgn Dontion Act, which will mke kidney swpping techniclly legl in the United Sttes. This lw will specify tht pired kidney exchnges do not New Rotry memer Mike Osurn ws welcomed into the Butler Rotry Clu y memer-sponsor Ky Cskey. Osurn owns nd opertes the Osurn Finncil Services Glol in Butler. Rotry photo. The Hudson R-9 School District ws recognized for receiving Accredittion with Distinction in Performnce y the Missouri Deprtment of Elementry nd Secondry Eduction during the recent nquet t the University of Centrl Missouri. Receiving the wrd on ehlf of the district ws Jmes L. Tipling, Admin. Presenting the wrd were Stn Archie, (left) memer of the Missouri Stte Bord of Eduction nd Gerri Ogle (right) ssocite commissioner, dministrtive nd finncil services, with the Missouri Deprtment of Elementry nd Secondry Eduction. The event ws hosted UCM s College of Eduction nd the Centrl RPDC. This is the sixth consecutive yer Hudson R-IX hs received the wrd. Sumitted photo. violte lws ginst receiving compenstion for trding orgns. One study found tht under this new legisltion the numer of live donor kidney trnsplnts could increse y 14 percent. Visit Kidney Swp t wwww.onlinekidneyswp. com for more informtion on pired kidney exchnges. This month why not celerte Ntionl Donte Life Month y mking the decision to ecome n orgn donor? You cn mke difference. One donor cn help over fifty people. The first step, side from signing donor crd or mrking orgn donor on your driver s license, is to tlk out your decision with your fmily. Once they re wre of your wishes, they re more likely to consent to dontion. Join nd Support the Butler Are Chmer of Commerce
9 NEWS-XPRESS SPORTS Men s senior golf egins in the rin The Men s Senior Golf Legue egn their sixth seson in the rin. After plying out four holes in very persistnt nd cold rin, the first night s competition ws postponed in fvor of veeter night out on the course. This yer forty five golfers hve signed up to ply nd compete for weekly prizes. This is record for most golfers plying in the Senior Legue. Most weeks, the golfers will compete on n individul sis, using hndicps to determine the winners of the four flights tht ech golfer will e ssigned to ccording to the golfer s hndicps. On three occsions, the golfers will ply on tems tht will compete for the prizes. Becuse of the rin-out, hndicps were not estlished, so next week the flights nd the winners will e determined y the golfers ctul scores. As close s possile ech flight will hve nd equl mount of golfers. This will e the cse even fter hndicps re estlished. The cherished weekly Most Improved Golfer, Sndgger wrd will hve to e delyed nother week ecuse there will not e isis for determing the wrd. The Seniors will just hve to wit week efore they cn compete for this coveted wrd. Next week the golfers will strt new round, plying more or less with the sme plying prtners nd proly strting on the sme hole tht they strted on this week. Reported. news-xpress, Butler, Mo., Fridy, April 20, Adrin youth wrestlers do well t stte tournment The Adrin Youth Wrestling Tem entered six memers Colt Cumpton, Derrold Costign, Wytt Reynolds, Brxtin Willims, Jco Shipley nd Anson Johnson in the first nnul 2007 Rookie nd 6 nd Under Stte Tournment recently t Rymore-Peculir High School with three memers winning medls. Text nd photos y Monte Johnson. Butler Jr. High trck t Archie: Boys finished 4th; girls plced 3rd of seven tems Individul Results: 6th, Brndon Mson, discus; Wytt Dodds, high jump; 5th, Blke Phelps, shot put; Michel Keener, 400m; Ryn Sigrist, 200m; Zch Crft, triple jump; 3rd, Shwn Meyer, 100m hurdles nd 400m run; 2nd, Zch Crft, 800m; Austin Fix, high jump; Wytt Dodds, Shne Irwin, Chse Peters, Ryn Sigrist, 4x100 rely; 1st, Chse Peters, Austin Fix, Jco Herrell, Cody Pitts, 4x200 rely nd 4x400 rely. Girls: 6th, Stephnie Humrd, 800m; 5th, Aliss Jett, triple jump; Hether Lne, shot put; 4th, Cheyenne Lesmeister, shot put; Hether Lne, discus; Aliss Jett, 75m hurdles; Kylie McLy, 100m nd 200m; 3rd, Brytni Musick, high jump; Musick, Mggie Mssey, Kssidy Hnnh, Jett, 4x200; Adrin Lions nnul Bo Gunn memoril tourney t Butler Chmpionship: First- Lnce Srgent, Steve Miller, Ro Kimmnu, Ben Kimmnu. Second-Shwn McVey, Billy Hill, Trent Donhue, Mike Bush. Third: Curtis Fleming, Fleming, Kent Wde, Ryn Smith. A Flight: First-Jerrel Allen, Jim Horton, Dniel Hooper, Scott Ricker. Second: Jck Wgner, Monty Kendrick, Rick King, Jke Mnkin. Third: Jim Peters, Jon Peters, Jerry Cook, Steve Keith. B Flight: First-Richrd Johnston, Steve Hytt, Pete Mkris, Ron Bergeson. Second: Lrry Cntrell, Donnie Wimstt, Bo Bure, Russell Welsh. Third: Gregg Bll, Steve Seeley, Tim Grimsley, Jim Grimsley. C Flight: First-Json Lwrence, Mrk Jones, Pul Roinson, Mike Keiser. Second-Cry Six, Eric Bunch, Brndon Bunch, Grnt Bunch. Third- Jeff Menefee, Michel Bowmn, Keith Lucero, Tom Freitg. D Flight: First-Shnnon Gepford, Kendl Sthoff, Lynn Sthoff, Brd Dvis. Second- Mrk Houchen, Mtt Everett, Liz Commino, Jones. Third-Jim Yoss, Dvid Vndermn, Don Yoss, Jy Flnnry. Specil Events: Men-Longest Drive- #10- Kevin Sherwood Women-Longest Drive-#13-Sherry Crites Closest to Hole-#14-Trent Donhue Closest to Hole-#17-Kevin Sherwood Longest Putt- #18-Drrel Frieze 5 3. Morris heds Bllrd R-2 ord Bllrd R-2 Bord of Educton met April 9, 7:30 p.m. Present: Nncy Redding, Clrk Crroll, Dvid Loyd, Gene Morris, Bo Kgrice, Jerry Oswld. Asent, Rick 2nd, Hether Lne, Morgn Nelson, Hnnh, Kyl Delozier, 4x100; 1st, Nelson, Mssey, Musick, Jett, 4x400; Kyl Delozier, 100m nd 200m; Cheyenne Lesmeister, discus. Pol Trck Meet, Butler Individul Results: 4x800, Will DeJesus, Dvid White, Cody Henderson, Chrlie Ler; 5th, 4x100, Sm Ledesm, Coly Teemn, Dirk Diehl, Chris Schller; 6th, 4x400, Willim DeJesus, Steven Mullis, Tim Simms, Coly Teemn; 8th, high jump, Shin Burch; 7th, 100 hurdles, Ktie Griffith; 5th, 1600m, Megn Phillips; 1st nd 400m; 2nd, 4x100, Holly Roerts, Ktie Griffith, Mr-Kel West, Shin Burch; 5th, 4x400, Hyle Crigmiles, Shin Burch, Mr-Kel West, Holly Roerts, 7th. Bsell Butler 7, St. Mry s 0 (No-Hitter) The current edition of Butler High School sell egn in 1996 nd Brndon Fischer pitched the first no hitter ever recorded y defeting St. Mry s 7-0 t St. Mry s Tuesdy. Fischer s line ws 7 innings pitched with no hits, no runs, 1 wlk nd 8 strike outs. Grdy Gringer helped to preserve the no hitter on diving stop nd scrmling throw to first to record n out. Plyer A R H RBI Dustin DeLozier Clemente Diz Brndon Fischer Mitch Sewrd Cody McGuire Kirt Sewrd Krig Hughes Corin Winscott Grdy Gringer Softll Butler 11, Lkelnd 1 Beth Henry continues to pitch well, striking out the first 6 tters nd 10 on the night s Butler recorded n 11 to 1 win over Lkelnd. Henry ws cked up defensively on eutiful doule ply pulled off y Mllory Nelson nd Rchel Burch. Jessic Smith led the 14 hit ttck with 3 hits while Mllory Nelson, Henry nd Brndi Thoms picked up 2 hits ech. Nelson, Burch nd Thoms ech hd 2 RBIs. Scoreord Finl Butler Lkelnd Butler JV tem lso defeted Lkelnd JV 11-1 with Breezy Mc- Guire nd McKenzie Freeze ech hving triple. Butler 2, St. Mry s 1 Butler trveled to St. Mry s Tuesdy nd improved their record to 5-0 ut it took 10 innings to defet the Ldy Trojns y 2-1 score. St. Mry s scored their one run in the third inning with Timer Tiller nd Cssie Locke mking huge gme sving ctches in the 7th nd 9th innings. Butler forced the gme into extr innings in the 7th inning on triple y Mllory Nelson nd n RBI ground out y Cssie Locke. The eventul winning run ws scored y Rchel Burch in the top of the 10th inning on scrifice fly y Jessic Smith. Beth Henry picked up her 5th win of the yer y going ll 10 innings nd giving up no erned runs. Scoreord Finl Butler St. Mry s Hill. Administrtion, Gry Lyton, Superintendent; John Sieeneck, Principl; Kerri Loyd, secretry. Guests: Rick Strk, Lrry Bergschneider. Minutes of Mrch 12 regulr ord meeting were pproved. Finncil report for Mrch ws pproved s well s April ills to e pid. Old Business: Bo Kgrice reviewed progress mde towrd completion of the unfinished uilding section. 2006/2007 Bord of Eduction djourned sine die. * * * * New Business: Orgniztion meeting of the 2007/2008 Bord of Eduction. Meeting clled to order t 7:30 p.m. y Gry Lyton, Superintendent. Present: Nncy Redding, Dvid Loyd, Gene Morris, Bo Kgrice, Jerry Oswld, Lrry Bergschneider. Asent: Rick Hill. Administrton: Gry Lyton, Superintendent; John Sieeneck, Principl; Kerri Loyd Secretry. Guests: Rick Strk. Agend pproved. A. Accepted the results of the April 3, 2007 election. The two cndidtes with the highest numer of votes were declred cndidte Jerry Oswld with 136 nd write-in cndidte Lrry Bergschneider with 56. B. The Bllrd R-2 Oth of Director ws dministered to Jerry Oswld nd Lrry Begschneider. C. The following officers were elected/ppointed for the term: President, Gene Morris; Vice-President, Roert Kgrice; Tresurer, Nncy Redding; Secretry, Kerri Loyd; MARE Delegte, Rick Hill. Rick Hill rrived t 7:56 p.m. Principl s Report: A. Reviewed April ctivity clendr. B. Discussed rte of py for thletic officils. Also discussed milege rte for school relted ctivity. Approved incresing the rte of py for trvel to.35 per mile, effective July 1, C. Student ctivity insurnce discussed. We hve received informtion from L.E. Smith & Co. for their KidGurd pln which we hve used for the pst severl yers. The pln hs not chnged for 2007/2008. Approved offering the KidGurd student ccident isurnce pln for 2007/2008. Superintendent s Report: A. The next regulr Bord of Eduction meeting ws scheduled for 7:30 p.m. Mondy, My 7, B. Discussed informtion received regrding fire protection system. Proposls hve een received from ADT Security Systems nd from Keller Fire & Sfety. Mr. Lyton would like time for further reserch efore mking recommendtion. Tled discussion until next meeting. C. Mr. Lyton recommends we replce the ceiling in the old section of north/south hllwy. Mr. Brock hs greed to do this during the summer. Project ws Colt Cumpton. 12 & under, 90 ls. (4th plce) Derrold Costign, 8 & under, 115 ls. (3rd plce) Anson Johnson, 6& under, 80 ls. (Stte Chmpion) pproved. D. Pul Pyne hs een invited to ecome memer of the Clinton Technicl School Honor Society. During executive session the ord. Approved the minutes of the Mrch 12, 2007 executive session. All support stff were rehired for Approved 5% slry increse for ech support stff employee for Accepted Stephnie Pugh s resigntion with regret. 2nd in Stte P.S. Bowl On Sturdy, April 14, the Butler R-5 Intermedite Future Prolem Solving Tem competed t Rock Bridge High School in Columi, Mo., for the stte owl. Forty tems in three divisions: junior (grdes 4 6), intermedite (grdes 7 9), nd senior division (grdes 10 12) exmined the topic of Cring for Our Elderly. Stte evlutors selected the top-scoring tems from cross Missouri to prticipte in the Missouri Future Prolem Solving Stte Bowl. Throughout the school yer, students lerned process to evlute nd propose solutions to vrious futuristic scenrios. This yer s topics included Fundrising/Chrity Giving, Protection of Ntionl Tresures, nd Culturl Prejudice. Sue Wgner, Affilite Director of the Missouri Future Prolem Solving Progrm, stted, By prticipting in the Future Prolem Solving Progrm, students lern how to evlute possile future prolems in systemtic wy. This is process tht teches students life skills. I elieve our future will e righter ecuse of these young people. After qulifying to ttend stte competition, Butler s tem competed with 15 other schools in their division from cross Missouri. Butler s Intermedite tem rought home the second plce trophy. Tem memers ttending stte competition include Jillin McDonld, Brndy Crist, Ntoshi Minor, Nickie Brtels, nd Michel Keener. Butler s Intermedite tem is coched y Deie Goldmmer. Sumitted photo.
10 10 news-xpress, Butler, Mo., Fridy, April 20, 2007 TRUSTEE S SALE IN RE: Roert B Strnge, A Mrried Mn Trustee s Sle: For defult in pyment of det nd performnce of oligtion secured y Deed of Trust executed y Roert B Strnge, A Mrried Mn dted August 4, 2006 nd recorded in the Office of the Recorder of Deeds of Btes County, Missouri in Book 864, Pge 132 the undersigned Successor Trustee, t the request of the legl holder of sid Note will on Wednesdy, April 25, 2007 etween the hours of 9:00.m. nd 5:00 p.m., (t the specific time of 4:55 PM), 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: LOTS 23 AND 24 IN BLOCK 3 OF LOVEY HEIGHTS AD- DITION TO ADRIAN, 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: Mrch 30, /06/2007, 04/13/2007, 04/20/ IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF BATES COUNTY, MISSOURI HONORABLE JOHN M. O BANNON, JUDGE Prote Division Cse Numer:07BS-PR00012 In the Estte of ALICE E. ROBERTS, Decesed Notice of Letters Testmentry Grnted (Independent Administrtion) To All Persons Interested in the Estte of Alice E. Roerts, Decedent: On Mrch 22, 2007 the lst will of the decedent hving een dmitted to prote, Rndll D. Roerts ws ppointed the personl representtive of the estte of Alice E. Roerts, decedent, y the Prote Division of the Circuit Court of Btes County, Missouri. The personl representtive my dminister the estte independently without djudiction, order, or direction of the Prote Division of the Circuit Court, unless petition for supervised dministrtion is mde to nd grnted y the court. The personl representtive s usiness ddress is: 1110 Country Clu Drive, Butler, Missouri The personl representtive s ttorney s nme, usiness ddress nd phone numer re respectively: John L. Pursley, One North Min, P.O. Box 226, Butler, Missouri 64730; All creditors of sid decedent re notified to file clims in court within six months from the dte of the first puliction of this notice or if copy of this notice ws miled to, or served upon, such creditor y the personl representtive, then within two months from the dte it ws miled or served, whichever is lter, or e forever rred to the fullest extent permissile y lw. Such sixmonth period nd such two-month period do not extend the limittion period tht would r clims one yer fter the decedent s deth, s provided in Section , RSMo, or ny other pplicle limittion periods. Nothing in Section , RSMo, shll e construed to r ny ction ginst decedent s liility insurnce crrier through defendnt d litem pursunt to Section , RSMo. Dte of the decedent s deth: Mrch 7, Dte of first puliction: Mrch 30, Receipt of this notice y mil should not e construed y the recipient to indicte tht the recipient necessrily hs eneficil interest in the estte. The nture nd extent of ny person s interest, if ny, cn e determined from the files nd records of this estte in the Prote Division of the ove referenced Circuit Court. Division Clerk: Becky Ro (s) TRUSTEE S SALE 13-4 IN RE: Terry A. Griel, single womn Trustee s Sle: For defult in pyment of det nd performnce of oligtion secured y Deed of Trust executed y Terry A. Griel, single womn dted My 24, 2005 nd recorded in the Office of the Recorder of Deeds of Btes County, Missouri in Book 839, Pge 93 the undersigned Successor Trustee, t the request of the legl holder of sid Note will on Wednesdy, April 25, 2007 etween the hours of 9:00.m. nd 5:00 p.m., (t the specific time of 4:55 PM), 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 THAT CERTAIN PARCEL OF LAND LYING AND BEING SITUATED IN THE COUNTY OF BATES, STATE OF MIS- SOURI, TO-WIT: ALL OF LOT 5, EXCEPT THE WEST 79 FEET THEREOF, AND ALL OF THE WEST 12 FEET OF LOT 6, ALL IN BLOCK 8 OF WILLIAM S ADDITION TO THE TOWN, NOW CITY OF BUT- LER, BATES COUNTY, MIS- SOURI, ACCORDING TO THE RECORDED PLAT THEREOF. 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: Mrch 30, /06/2007, 04/13/2007, 04/20/2007 NOTICE OF TRUSTEE S SALE 13-4 For defult in pyment of det nd performnce of oligtions secured y deed of trust executed y Jmes A. Legll nd Jessic Legll, husnd nd wife, dted Novemer 28, 2005, nd recorded on Novemer 29, 2005, in Book 850 t Pge 96, Office of Recorder of Deeds, Btes County, Missouri, t Butler, Missouri, the undersigned, John Pursley, Trustee, will t the request of the holder of the det, on Mondy, My 7, 2007, etween the hours of 9:00 A.M. nd 5:00 P.M., to-wit: 1:00 P.M. t the Est front door of the Btes County Court House in Butler, sell t pulic vendue to the highest idder for csh, the rel estte descried in sid deed of trust, to-wit: The West 40 feet of the Est Hlf of Block 59 nd the Est 19 feet of the West Hlf of Block 59, in the Originl Town of Butler, Btes County, Missouri (504 E. Dkot) to stisfy sid det nd costs. John Pursley, Trustee (s) McN, Pursley nd Assocites, LLC One North Min, PO Box 226 Butler, Missouri Phone: (660) In re: Kenneth J. Stevens nd Leigh A. Stevens, husnd nd wife TRUSTEE S SALE--Defult hving een mde in the pyment of the promissory note descried in nd secured y certin deed of trust executed y Kenneth J. Stevens nd Leigh A. Stevens, husnd nd wife, dted Decemer 17, 2001 nd recorded Decemer 20, 2001 in Book 758, Pge 90, in the Office of the Recorder of Deeds of the County of Btes, Stte of Missouri, the undersigned successor trustee t the request of the legl holder of sid note, will on Wednesdy, My 9, 2007, etween the hours of 9:00.m. nd 5:00 p.m. (At the specific time of 11:30.m.) t the Est front door of the Btes County Courthouse, in the City of Butler, Stte of Missouri, sell t pulic vendue to the highest idder for csh, the following rel estte descried in sid deed of trust nd situted in the County of Btes, Stte of Missouri, to wit: All of Lots 3, 4 nd 5 in Block 51 in the Town, now City of Rich Hill, Btes County, Missouri. For the purpose of stisfying sid indetedness nd the cost of executing this trust. Centre Trustee Corp., Successor Trustee St. Louis, Missouri Notice: Pursunt to the Fir Det Collection Prctices Act, 15 U.S.C. Section 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. REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS LUCILLE MUNDEY Btes County Recorder of Deeds 15-4 April 6-12, 2007 Merritt C. Irwin & Esther Irwin to Keith Irwin: Lots 9 & 10, Blk. 11, Little s Addition, Hume. Shnnon Cordell Culertson to Brndy Sue Culertson: Lots 8 & 9, Blk. 39, originl town, Rich Hill. Iris Ate to Iris Ate & Deorh Terry: Lot 4, Blk. 75, originl town, Rich Hill. Sheil Jen Biggs to Edwrd Lee Biggs: Lots 1, 2, & 3, Blk. 3, Atkinson Prk Addition, Butler. SNGC to Michel Stults: Lots 5 & 6, Blk. 111, Town Compny s 1st Addition, Rich Hill. John C. Reed (suc trustee) & Skip Heckdon & Jnice Heckdon: West 1/2 of West 1/2 of Lot 1 of northest 1/4 of Sec. 5, Twp. 38, Rnge 31. John Noln & Dolores Noln Trust, Dolores J. Noln (trustee) to Dolores J. Noln (life estte) & George Hildmn: South 1/4 NOTICE OF TRUSTEE`S SALE For defult in the pyment of det secured y Deed of Trust executed y Alice J. Erickson nd Buddy Erickson, dted Novemer 10, 2003, recorded on Novemer 12, 2003 in Book No. 805, Pge 2, Office of the Recorder of Deeds, Btes County, Missouri, t Butler, the undersigned Successor Trustee will on Mondy, My 14, 2007, t 10:30.m. t the Est Front Door of the Btes County Courthouse, One North Delwre, in Butler, Missouri, sell t pulic vendue to the highest idder for csh: ALL OF LOTS 9, 10, 11, 12 AND 13 IN BLOCK 4, TOWN OF AM- STERDAM IN BATES COUNTY, MISSOURI, to stisfy sid det nd costs. Mrtin, Leigh, Lws & Fritzlen, P.C. Successor Trustee Roert M. Swiss, Assistnt Secretry Kevin D. Mson, Assistnt Secretry Desre G. Hrrh, Assistnt Secretry (816) (Erickson, ) MARTIN, LEIGH, LAWS & FRIT- ZLEN, P.C., AS SUCCESSOR TRUST- EE, IS ATTEMPTING TO COLLECT A DEBT AND ANY INFORMATION OB- TAINED WILL BE USED FOR THAT PURPOSE. NOTICE PUBLIC NOTICES 16-4 The Butler Plnning Commission will hold pulic hering t 7:30 p.m. on Tuesdy, My 8, 2007, in the Council Chmers (2nd floor) of the Butler City Hll, locted t 22 W. Ohio Street to consider proposl to re-zone the following descried rel estte from R-2 (Single Fmily Residentil) to C-3 (Highwy Commercil District): Legl Description: Beginning on the North right-of-wy line of Missouri Stte Highwy No. 52, t point 286 feet West of the Est line of the Southest Qurter of the Northest Qurter of Section Twenty-One (21), Township Forty (40), Rnge Thirty-One (31), nd running thence North 260 feet, thence West 95 feet, thence South 260 feet, more or less, to the North right-of-wy line of Missouri Stte Highwy No. 52, thence Est following the sid right-ofwy line to the point of eginning, ll in the City of Butler, Btes County, Missouri. Lymn s Address: 1008 West Fort Scott Street Legl Description: All of trct ounded nd descried s follows: Beginning on the North right-of-wy line of Missouri Stte Highwy No. 52, t point 381 feet West of the Est line of the Southest Qurter of the Northest Qurter of Section 21, in Township 40 of Rnge 31, nd running thence North 140 feet, thence West 95 feet, thence South 140 feet, more or less, to the North right-of-wy line of Missouri Stte Highwy No. 52, thence Est, following sid right-of-wy line to the point of eginning, ll eing in the City of Butler, Btes County, Missouri. Lymn s Address: 1010 West Fort Scott Street Legl Description: All of trct ounded nd descried s follows: Beginning on the North right-of-wy line of Missouri Stte Highwy No. 52 t point 476 feet West of the Est line of the Southest Qurter of the Northest Qurter of Section 21, Township 40 North, Rnge 31 West of the 5th Principl Meridin nd running thence North 140 feet, thence West 95 feet, thence South 140 feet to the North right-of-wy line of Missouri Stte Highwy No. 52, thence Est, following sid right-of-wy line to the point of eginning, ll in the City of Butler, Btes County, Missouri. Lymn s Address: 1012 West Fort Scott Street All interested persons re encourged to ttend the pulic hering nd e herd. If you hve ny questions regrding the proposl, plese contct the City Administrtor s office or cll Dennis L. Pyle, City Administrtor 16-1 of northest 1/4 & north 1/2 of northest 1/4 of southest 1/4 of Sect. 31, Twp. 42, Rnge 29. Junior Wood & Doris Wood to Rndl Shnnon & Jeffrey Wrd: Beginning on west line of northwest 1/4 of Sect. 4, Twp. 39, Rnge 33, descried. Aln J. Fletcher to Jmes Joy & Kthleen R. Joy: North 1/2 of est 1/2 of northest 1/4 of Sect. 22, Twp. 42, Rnge 30. Lucille Lvon Herrell & Jim Herrell & Thomi Herrell to Arthur Ivn Westover & Joyce Ann Westover: Northest 1/4 of southest 1/4 of Sect. 31, Twp. 41, Rnge 32. Willim C. Hrt & Kimerly C. Hrt to Cheryl S. Chvez: Est 1/2 of Blk. 5, Montgomery s 1st Addition, Butler, except 42 ft. strip off south side. Lester Guy Nelson (III) nd Alice June Nelson to Kendll Heckdon: West 100 ft. of est 200 ft. of Blk. 4, Sperry s Addition, Rich Hill. Jmes B. Coffmn & Wilm L. Coffmn to Gregory Fillpot & Trcy Filpot: Lot 3, Blk. 13, Little s Addition, Hume. Junior Wood & Doris Wood to Rndl Shnnon & Jeffrey Wrd: Southest 1/4 of Sect. 5, Twp. 39, Rnge 33, descried. Billy Moore (trustee) & Dee Moore (trustee) & Moore Fmily Trust to Non L. O Dell: Lot 5, Blk. 5, Willim s Addition, Butler. Town & Country Bnk to Sonj Olsen: Lot 16, Deer Creek Lke Sudivision. Anthony F. Npolitno to Lnce E. Srgent & Michelle R. Srgent: North 145 ft. of est 1/3 of Lot 2, Blk. 1, Hrper s Sudivision of southwest 1/4 of southwest 1/4 of Sect. 23, Twp. 40, Rnge 31, (k) Hrper s Addition, Butler, except strip 25 ft. off est side for street, Butler. Drexel-L Cygne Veterinry Service to Drexel Veterinry Clinic, Inc.: Trct 1 Est 80 ft. of Lot 1, Blk. 4, south Drexel; Trct 2 Css County property. Beth Ann McCune to Don R. Breedlove nd Amy J. Breedlove: Lot 2, Blk. 60, originl town, Rich Hill. Federl Home Lon Mortgge Corportion & Ntionl Defult REO Services & First Americn Asset Closing Services (Atty.-in- Fct) to Kenny Heuser & Kthie Heuser: Lots 9 & 10, Blk. 168, Town s Compny s 2nd Addn, Rich Hill. Judith A. Jcoi nd Judith A. Willims (fk) to Jmes A. Shouse & Rhond E. Shouse: Northwest 1/4 of northest 1/4 of southwest 1/4 of Sect. 15, Twp. 38, Rnge 29. Steven Gutknecht nd Sr Gutnecht to Mrl Muller & Amy Muller: Est 1/2 of southwest 1/4 except 6 cres off est side nd northwest 1/4 of southwest 1/4 in Sect. 27, Twp. 40, Rnge 33; northest 1/4 of northest 1/4, except 10 cres out of southest corner in Sect. 34, Twp. 40, Rnge 33. Dnny W. McElreth & Doris J. McElreth & Roy Wde & Dell F. Wde to Roert C. Tylor: Lot 2 & Lot 3 in southwest 1/4 of Sect. 18, Twp. 38, Rnge 33, descried. Roert C. Tylor to Willim F. Brdley (Jr.) Trust : Lot 2 & Lot 3 in southwest 1/4 of Section 18, Twp. 38, Rnge 33, descried. Mry Ruth Jones & Ginger Zellmer & Aln Zellmer & Jnice McCulley & Jnice McCulley & Frnk McCulley & Sherry Sge & Rymond Sge & John P. Jones (decesed) to Mry Ruth Jones: South 1/2 of northest 1/4 of Sec. 34, Twp. 41, Rnge 32, except south 1/2 of northest 1/4 lying west of Center of Limestone Creek. Mry Ruth Jones & Ginger Zellmer & Aln Zellmer & Jnice McCulley & Frnk McCulley & Sherry Sge & Rymond Sge & John P. Jones (decesed) to Ginger Zellmer & Aln Zellmer: South 1/2 of northest 1/4 of Sect. 34, Twp. 41, Rnge 32, lying west of Center of Limestone Creek. Court CIRCUIT COURT Jmes K. Journey, Judge Din Rich, Clerk April 9-13, 2007 Shr Willims v Jeremy Willims, Sr, Petition for Order of Protection filed. Deorh Ann Knight v Guy Gregory, Full Order of Protection is entered. Lierty Arnold v Terry Coker, Full Order of Protection is entered. Terry Coker v. Peggy Corp, Petition for Order of Protection is dismissed. Richrd Gieult v Amnd Mc Coy, Petition for Order of Protection is dismissed. St of MO, ex rel, Jeremih W (Jy) Nixon v. Pro Line Truck nd Triler LLC, Temporry Restrining Order filed. Bonnie Ayler v. Jmes Ayler, Petition for Order of Protection filed. Lindsey Spitler v. Jmes Ayler, Petition for Order of Protection filed. Sheldon S. Tiches v. Jmes Brin Ayler, Petition for Order of Protection filed. Crystl Young v. Jonthn Wllce, Petition for Order of Protection filed. Joshu Ryn Gregory v. Autumn Dwn Gregory, Petition for Dissolution of Mrrige filed. Cssie Ann-Mery Akers, minor y Jnet Ky Akers, next friend, Petition for Chnge of Nme filed. Roy L. Stngel v. Ashley D. Stngel, Petition for Dissolution of Mrrige filed. Sheil Louise Hough v MO DOR, Petition for Review In Appel From Revoction of License nd For Order Stying Revoction filed. Tiffny Courtney v. Dmon E. Courtney, Petition for Dissolution of Mrrige filed. Vicki Grnt v Willim Everett Grnt, Petition for Order of Protection filed. Jennifer McGee v Willim Everett Grnt, Petition for Order of Protection filed. Morning Str Lng v Christin Becerr, Petition for Order of Protection filed. MUNICIPAL COURT John O Bnnon, Judge Vicki S. Bond, Clerk April 9, 2006 City of Butler v. Ryn Agnew, Open continer of lcohol, Dismiss, Proof ttendnce t drug/lcohol progrm provided Michelle M. Anderson, Protion revoction, W. Anthony R. Atencio, Steling, GP, $ fine + $22.50 court costs Brin C. Brnett, Driving while suspended, W. Leonrd Brtz III, Speeding, GP, $60 fine + Melody D. Besley, Defective equipment, GP, $300 fine + Morgyn M. Bergschneider, Speeding, GP, $60 fine Anthony E. Blck, Protion revoction, W. Royn L. Blue, Fil to register vehicle, Dismiss, Proof of current vehicle registrtion provided Ricky E. Burris, Driving while revoked, W, DWI, W. Joseph E. Clpp, Child not in sfety restrint, GP, $50 fine + Willim H. Cole, Driving while suspended, W. Christopher Allen Cook, DWI, W. Jessic Lynn Cooper, Fil to register vehicle, GP, $60 fine +, No vlid drivers license, GP, $40 fine + $22.50 court costs Lynsey L. Crevier, Fil to register vehicle, Dismiss, Proof of current vehicle registrtion provided Timothy E. Crow, No front license plte, GP, $60 fine Michel D. Cummings II, Assult, W. John W. Dnner, Protion revoction, W., Show cuse ction/contempt, W. Json E. Detienne, Possess mrijun, GP, 30 dys in jil, SES; 2 yers protion; $500 fine + ; ttend ADE, drug/lcohol progrm y nd with proof of ttendnce y tht dte, reduce fine to $250; 20 hours community service Joy Lee Detienne, Driving while revoked, GP, 90 dys in jil, SES 80 dys; 2 yers protion; $500 fine + $22.50 court costs;, credit for time served, Fil to register vehicle, GP, $60 fine +, No proof of insurnce, GP, 10 dys in jil, SES; 2 yers protion; $100 fine +, Driving while revoked, GP, 90 dys in jil, SES 80 dys; 2 yers protion; $500 fine + ;, credit for time served Rlph Ivn Dodds, Speeding, GP, $60 fine, Fil to wer set elt, GP, $10 fine Christopher Dune Dodson, Fil to register vehicle, GP, $85 fine + Jmes L. Ellis, Speeding, GP, $60 fine Roert G. Eunks, Possess mrijun, GP, 90 dys in jil, SES; 2 yers protion; $500 fine +, Possess drug prphernli, GP, Attend ADE drug/lcohol progrm y , with proof of ttendnce chrge, is dismissed; without proof y tht dte, $300 fine + Shron E. Everett, Speeding, GP, $60 fine Bridget S. Fennewld, Fil to register vehicle, GP, $70 fine + Kevin Lee Fisher, Protion revoction, W. Lois M. Fowler, Child not in sfety restrint, GP, $50 fine Roert Cole Griel, Driving while revoked, W., Driving while suspended, W., Driving while suspended, W. Donld W. Hnkins, Jr., Fil to register vehicle, GP, $90 fine + Justin L. Hnnh, Fil to register vehicle, GP, $60 fine Angel M. Hrrill, Speeding, GP, $60 fine Dougls R. Hyes, No proof of insurnce, Dismiss, Proof of current vlid insurnce provided Glennon E. Hendrix, Steling, GP, 30 dys in jil, SES; 2 yers protion; $300 fine + $22.50 court costs; ttend ADE, shoplifing progrm y , nd with proof of ttendnce y tht dte, reduce, fine to $150 Rymond N. Jcos, Assult, GP, SIS; 6 months protion; Glenn W. Jones, Speeding, GP, $60 Aron Wendell Keel, Fil to register vehicle, GP, $70 fine + Dnnete M. Kisner, Speeding, GP, $60 fine Christopher J. Lrson, Driving while suspended, GP, SIS; 2 yers protion; ; provide proof of continued insurnce, Fil to register vehicle, GP, $250 fine + Jmes E. Lwrence, C&I with ccident, GP, $250 fine Hether A. Mrtin, Fil to register vehicle, GP, $70 fine + Tmr McClendon, No drivers license on person, Dismiss, Proof of vlid drivers license provided Roert McIntosh, Jr., Speeding, GP, $70 fine + $22.50 court costs Anthony Ry Meek, Show cuse ction/contempt, W. Kimerly R. Mentzel, Expired drivers license, GP, $60 fine + Alert T. Minor, Jr., Fil to register vehicle, GP, $60 fine Justin A. Moore, Driving while suspended, GP, SIS; 2 yers protion; ; proof reinstted drivers license, provided, No proof of insurnce, Dismiss, Proof current vlid insurnce provided, Fil to register vehicle, GP, $400 fine + $22.50 court costs Roert S. Morris, Open continer of lcohol, GP, $150 fine Cynthi R. Nickerson, No vlid drivers license, GP, $60 fine +, No vlid drivers license, GP, $100 fine +, No vlid drivers license, GP, $150 fine + Clyton Eugene Norcross, Fil to register vehicle, GP, $60 fine Hope C. Nordyke, Fil to register vehicle, GP, $60 fine Rchel D. Pece, Child not in sfety restrint, GP, $50 fine +, Fil to wer set elt, GP, $10 fine Jmes Nthniel Peterson, MIP of lcohol, GP, 90 dys in jil, SES; 2 yers protion; $500 fine + + $35 detox, fee, Open continer of lcohol, GP, $150 fine + $22.50 court costs Brnden J. Quigg, Possess mrijun, GP, SIS; 2 yers protion; ; ttend counseling once per week;, hd to give UA t court, Possess drug prphernli, GP, $100 fine +, Possess mrijun, GP, $200 fine + $22.50 court costs, Possess drug prphernli, GP, $100 fine + $22.50 court costs Kenyon D. Reed, Open continer of lcohol, W. Srh D. Ridley, Fil to register vehicle, Dismiss, Provided proof of current vehicle registrtion Str A. Roerts, Animl restrint violtion, GP, $150 fine + Stephnie L. Snz, Protion revoction, W. Drrin Brdy Smith, Fil to register vehicle, GP, $70 fine + Crl M. Stephens, Speeding, GP, $60 fine Rlph E. Story, DWI, GP, SIS; 2 yers protion; $22.50 court costs; Victim Impct progrm, Fil to keep right, GP, $500 fine + Trvis Tte, MIP of lcohol, GP, $ fine + $22.50 court costs Brndi M. Thoms, Defective equipment, GP, $120 fine + Kren E. Tillery, Fil to register vehicle, GP, $60 fine + $22.50 court costs, Fil to wer set elt, Dismiss per Judge. Brend G. Whitworth, Defective equipment, GP, $120 fine + Bonnie G. Winter, Show cuse ction/contempt, W. Nrdene Wiskur, Speeding, GP, $60 fine Meliss A. Wrigley, Protion revoction, W. Jmie L. Young, Fil to register vehicle, Dismiss, Proof of current vehicle registrtion provided. ASSOCIATE DIVISION COURT John O Bnnon, Judge Becky Ro, Clerk Trffic & Smll Clims Jen Gllowy April 9-13, 2007 Stte vs. Brent A. Kelso, fil to equip vehicle with horn, $ written guilty ple. Jonthn W. Knight, speeding, $90 written guilty ple. Rodger D. Koehn, fil to disply pltes, $90 written guilty ple. Jeffrey D. Loftin, fil to disply pltes, guilty ple, fined $13.50 nd $66.50 costs. Felici D. Love, I-speeding; IIfil to fsten setelt, $160 written guilty ple. Hrley Lumpkins, pssing d checks, guilty ple, sentenced to 90 dys (SES) nd plced on protion 2 yers on conditions mke restitution, py $10 CVC nd $ costs. Ashlee N. Mcy, fil to proceed with cution, $100 written guilty ple. Joe R. Mrtin, fil to disply pltes, $100 written guilty ple. Pedro D. Mrtinez, speeding, $100 written guilty ple. Reecc J. McAnny, purchse/ttempt purchse of liquor y minor, guilty ple, given SIS nd plced on protion 2 yers on conditions perform 20 hours community service nd py $ costs. Benny M. McCoun, fil to fsten setelt, $10 written guilty ple. Tiffny L. McColin, vision reducing mteril, $80 written guilty ple. Smir Muhmedgic, misc. federl motor crrier violtion, $100 written guilty ple. Smir Muhmedgic, fil to equip motor crrier with required rke system, $80 written guilty ple. Meliss Ori, pssing d checks, SEE PAGE 13
11 (1) Personls (2) Business Services (3) Personl Cre (4) Help Wnted (5) Business & Finncil (6) Animls & Services (7) Frm & Grden (1) Personls Crds of Thnks, In Memoril, Announcements, Lost/Found, Tickets AA MEETINGS:Tuesdys 8 p.m., old high school, Pine & Hvn; Fridys 8 p.m., Pssic. Contct eowz The music deprtment of First Christin Church in Butler is wnting to rech out further into the community. We hve oth contemporry prise nd (Lost nd Found) nd choir tht would e interested in plying nd singing t revivls, specil church progrms, or other community events. If interested, plese cll our church office t z COMMUNITY FOOD PANTRY: z ROGER S HUNTING, FISHING & ARCHERY: Annul Bss Tournment for Cystic Firosis will e 28th nd 29th of April. Entry fee is $10, you cn sign up now nd until 8:00.m. Sturdy the 28th. Look for more detils next week. Rogers Hunting, Fishing & Archery, est Hwy. 160, Lmr, MO YOU ARE INVITED!Movie night t Uptown Sturdy Night. Free. Popcorn nd pizz included. 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A smll surgicl steel stple is plced on the inner crtilge of the er. Provides stimultion to pressure points. Quick, sfe nd ffordle. Specil $50 for oth ers. Office in Peculir. Cll Certified Stple Solutions, LLC t LOOKING FOR A BABYSITTER: St., Sun., Mon. for n 8 yer old nd 5 1/2 yer old. Must live in Adrin. Must e relile LOSE THOSE UNWANTED POUNDS! Apple Ptch Diet. Americ s #1 Diet Ptch (4) Help Wnted HELP WANTED:Mnul Lthe/Mill oper. W/ setup exp. Arcol Mo. on Stockton Lke , z HELP WANTED DRIVERS: CDL-A, Co. $.40 cpm, full enefits, holidy py, 401K, O/O: 69% illed revenue w/ our triler, 80% w/ yours! 100% fuel surchrge stop/detention py. 1 yr. verifile w/ 150K miles DRIVERS:Excellent py, hometime, miles! Complete enefits pckge. Top qulity equipment. CDL-A 2 yrs exp ADRIAN MANOR HEALTH AND REHABILITATION CENTER: Is now tking pplictions for the following two positions. Full-time PM Cook nd prt-time housekeeper. Dependility must. Come y Adrin Mnor nd fill out n ppliction tody. Plese, no telephone clls. Adrin Mnor Helth & Rehilittion Center. EOE. 402 W. 1st Street, Adrin, Mo DRIVERS:Locl compny seeking drivers for cement tnker service. Excellent enefit pckge. 2 yer verifile experience. 25 yo, CDL- A. Sutton Trucking Inc., COSMETOLOGIST/NAIL TECH: Full time position ville, must work some eve hours. Drexel, Mo PUBLIC HEALTH NURSE OPEN- ING: Btes County Helth Center is ccepting pplictions for Pulic Helth Nurse. R.N. preferred, L.P.N. will e considered. Current Missouri Nursing License required. Applictions my e completed during routine usiness hours M-F 8:30 to 4:30 t the office which is locted t 501 N. Ornge Street in Butler. Equl Opportunity Employer. 211 FARM HELP NEEDED:Bckground screening will e conducted, prior to hire, plese cll Mondy-Fridy. 311 HELP WANTED:Cook, witress, dishwsher, prep cook, BBQ expert & tire tech. Hlf Wy Resturnt & Tire Shop, SE Outer Rd., Hrrisonville, Mo EXPERIENCED PRESS BRAKE OPERATOR NEEDED: Requirements include minimum 3 yrs exp in set-up nd opertion, understnding end llownce nd le to red lueprints. Apply t 2501 Ancond Rd., Hrrisonville, Mo. 8.m. to 4 p.m. Mon.-Thurs PART-TIME LPN NEEDED: For weekends, wge-negotile. CNA or NA full-time positions. Experience not required. Appleton City Mnor, HELP WANTED:Full time mechnic. Send short resume to Dept. M, PO Box 210, Butler, MO HIRING CUSTOMER SERVICE/ FRONT END MANAGER: Pickup ppliction t customer service. Country Mrt, Butler. fp PUBLIC WATER SUPPLY DISTRICT #12: Of Css/Btes Counties is ccepting pplictions for Prt Time Permnent Opertor/Mintennce Mechnic. You will e responsile for plnning nd scheduling regulr nd preventtive mintennce on the Pulic Wter Service District 12 distriution network nd infrstructure. You will determine opertionl chnges needed to remin within regultory limits of purity, chemicl requirements nd wter production needs. You will monitor the District telemetry system on dily sis. You will e responsile for wter meter instilltion for new customers. You will inspect line upgrdes nd/or customer line instlltions to insure complince with DNR requirements. You will perform monthly redings of customer meters nd provide tht informtion to the Office Mnger for illing. As necessry you will coordinte with the Office Mnger to disconnect service on delinquent ccounts. Additionlly you will ssist the Office Mnger with customer reltions s necessry. You will e responsile for record logs of ll hours worked, milege trveled nd mintennce performed. You my e required to perform other duties s ssigned in ddition to those listed ove. Must e willing to work odd hours & on ll on-cll sis. Applictions nd complete jo description my e otined from the district office locted t 124 N. 2nd St., Drexel, Mo. from 8:30.m. to 12:30 p.m. Mon. Wed. & Fri. Phone PSWD #12 of Css/ Btes County is n equl opportunity employer. 218 HEAD COOK NEEDED:For school yer. Full-time w/ enefits. Experience preferred. Hume R-VIII School District. Cll Supt. office t for ppliction. EOE. HELP WANTED:The City of Rich Hill is now ccepting pplictions for fulltime police officer. All pplictions must e sumitted y My 3, Must e POST certified. Benefit pckge includes helth nd life insurnce, vction py nd sick py. Will e required to pss drug test nd criminl ckground check will e performed. For more informtion cll or you cn get n ppliction t Rich Hill City Hll, 120 North 7th Street, Rich Hill, Mo HELP WANTED:Window siding nd roof instller, willing to trin, must e willing to follow direction, must e clen, no drinkers, no drugers. Contct Chrlie, SKYDIVE KANSAS CITY: Is now hiring for our 07 seson! We re looking for responsile, money-motivted individuls tht enjoy fun nd csul work environment. We re locted t Butler Memoril Airport t 1413 N. Ornge. No experience necessry, must e t lest 17 yers old nd ville weekends. Cll or emil 218 PART-TIME CITY CLERK: For the City of Montrose. Needs to hve Quick ook knowledge, computer friendly, city wter illing, everydy office knowledge. Apply within t Montrose City Hll Mondy thru Fridy 8.m. to 12 p.m. or send resume to 317 Missouri Ave. All pplictions due y My 4 t 12 p.m. Cll for questions RN, LPN, CNA:Full time/prt time & PRN. Positions ville. Highly motivted, to egin immeditely. Competitive wges. Adrin Mnor Helth & Rehilittion Center, Fx resume to Attention Ron Fetters or come y nd fill out n ppliction. 402 W. 1st Street, Adrin, Mo No phone clls plese. EOE. 218 ADRIAN MANOR WILL BE OFFER- ING: CNA clsses strting April 25, Cll Megn t for more informtion. 218 POST OFFICE NOW HIRING: Avg. Py $20/hour or $57K nnully including Federl Benefits nd OT. Pid Trining, Vctions. PT/FT Ext USWA. (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. specilizes in ppels nd herings. Red the testimonils t www. tsgroupinc.com/testimonils.html z FINALLY!Affordle Medicre Supplements. Check out these gret new rtes tody! Cll Dvid Nole z THE BUTLER R-V SCHOOL DIS- TRICT: Is seeking ids for instlltion of exterior lighting project for ll of the district cmpuses. Bid informtion my e otined from the district office t 420 S. Fulton, Butler, Mo Bids re due Tuesdy, My 8, 2007, y 3:00 p.m. Contct Dmon McGuire t NOTICEProtect wht you hve with insurnce from COOK INSUR- ANCE Agency, Inc Butler, Mo. z (6) Animls & Services LIMOUSIN BULLS:Blcks nd Reds, Limousin femles red & open, Doule J Rnch, z CORN FED BUFFALO:Wholesle 1/4, 1/2 or whole or retil y the pound. Store open Fri. & St. 8-6 or cll for ppointment. Scott Frms, 5775 NW Hwy. M, Appleton City, z REGISTERED ANGUS BULLS month old, epd ville, Green Frm Angus work home. z news-xpress, Butler, Mo., Fridy, April 20, BULLS BLACK ANGUS: Clving ese, excellent disposition, 18 months old REGISTERED BLACK ANGUS BULLS: months old, vccinted, wormed, semen tested, low irth weight, Mound City, KS z FOR SALE:Registered Angus ulls, gentle, 18 to 2+ yers. Lefevre Angus Frm, FOR SALE:2002 AQHA Plomino riding nd driving mre, 90 dys, Amish trining , 211 FOR SALE:Queenslnd Blue Heeler pups nd 1 strted femle, out of working stock , 211 FOR SALE:02 Plomino Pony, used on trils, 05 AQHA Buckskin Gelding Dot Br nd Zns Tr Br; 04 By Overo APHA Mre Freckles Plyoy & Skipper W Bon Allen Pony Sddle FOR SALE:By poultry. We hve pullets, stright runs, rre reeds nd nty chicks, ducklings, turkeys, goslings nd guines. Cll or Surplus uyers wnted. 218fp BEAGLE FEMALE FOR SALE: 15 months old, hunting stock, $ BLACK AND BLACK/WHITE FACE COWS: Strt clving in July, $1000 ech CORGIS AND SHIH-TZU: 2 to 5 yrs old, free to good home LOST DOG:Blck, older, femle l, nmed Shooter, no collr. Shooter is very lovle, oedient nd missed very much. She s een missing since Mrch 29 on Wright Rd. If you hve ny informtion out Shooter plese cll REG. BLACK ANGUS BULLS FOR SALE: 2 Yrs nd older. Cll FOR SALE:Locker eef, corn fed. Cll FOR SALE: L1 Horned Hereford ulls, moderte irth, hvy wening wts, lrge yerling wts nd super quiet disposition. Semen checked, redy to go to work. A few Angus heifer ulls lso ville. Rod Findley or Trumn BULLS FOR SALE:Chrolis reeding ge performnce tested polled, good selection, will lso offer for sle 10 cow-clf pirs, spring clves, ll purered resonle priced. Mrti Chrolis, FOR SALE OR TRADE:Reg. AQHA Broke mres, Skipp W nd Leo reeding. Sire nd Dm on site. Also yerlings nd two-yer-olds FREE TO GOOD HOME:Bsset Begle mix, 6 months old femle or WANTED:Young Hereford ull , cll evenings. BABY CHICKS:We cn order mny reeds, come y to plce your orders. Town Squre Hrdwre & Vriety, south side historic Butler squre, Come nd rowse. FOR SALE:Blncer ull 5 yrs old, $1300. Cll fter 6 p.m. 218 IF YOU HAVE livestock to sell, contct Don Ghere Sle Compny, Jyce Ghere for on frm livestock vlues. fpz (7) Frm & Grden FOR SALE:160 wheel horse trctor mower, 48 inch hevy cst steel frme, Omn 22 horse with new overhul. Evenings , FOR SALE:Bush Hog rotry cutters, loders nd zero turn estte lwn mowers. Schell City T&T, Schell City, Mo z HAY FOR SALE:Lrge round or smll squre grss or lflf. cell or delivery ville. 107* FOR SALE:Strw smll squre les z* PRAIRIE HAY:4x6 round les, ot strw 4x6 round les. In rn * LX277 JOHN DEERE LAWN MOW- ER: 75 hours FOR SALE:Hevy wire tie whet strw. Excellent mulch or edding $3 per le, quntity discount STRAW FOR SALE:Wire tied, $2.75 le FOR SALE:Alflf nd lf-grss hy, ig squre, y the le or trucklod, 3 miles north of Iconium, Mo., t Love Rnch hy uying sttion FOR SALE:New Hollnd 650 round ler, mkes 4x6 les, $ FOR SALE:268 NH ler, less thn 4000 les on reuilt $1500; Two Crftsmn riding lwnmowers, new ldes nd tteries, $200, $300 or $450 pir FOR SALE:AC 7060 trctor, 1980, good shpe, $ FOR SALE:8 HP go-crt, lwn mower triler, utility triler, 2 new ikes z FOR SALE:John Deere trctor model 430 w/ 60 mower deck & pull type grss vcuum, totl price, $ z FOR SALE:2840 JD 80 hsp, low hours, excellent condition, new ruer JD 4520 TRACTOR: 7522 hours, $9500 OBO. Also 13 hull grin drill & 4 row JD plnter & 10 Bush Hog mower FOR SALE:JD 140 trctor mower with tiller, hydrulic lde, $1000, new truck til light tke-offs, $6 nd up SPRING SPECIAL IVERMECTIN: Pour on wormer, 5 liter, only $ Aville t Cox Feeds, Butler, FOR SALE:5 ft rotry mower, 3 pt hitch, $ FOR SALE:2 Riding lwn mowers, Husky 20 HP motor, 42 cut, used very little, $650. Sers Crftsmn 18 hp motor, 42 cut, $350, runs gret. Cll or JD MODEL 7000:6 row plnter with monitor, $ SIBLEY CATTLE CHUTE: With triler, excellent condition, $ KRAUSE 25 FT DISK:New ldes nd tires, $ JD 28 FT FIELD CULTIVATOR: With new sweeps, $ JD MODEL 750:15 ft no till drill with dolly wheels nd mrkers, $12, MASSEY FERGUSON GRINDER MIXER: $900 OBO KUBOTA 5200 TRATOR:4 WD, $4200, 327 hours KUBOTA COMMERCIAL GENERA- TOR: Elec. strt, 6500 wtts, model ARX 6500, 253 hrs, $ FOR SALE:JD 8 ft pull type disk, $500; JD 5 ft Brush Hog, $500; JD 6 ft 3 pt finish mower, $ NEW LAWN TRACTOR:17.5 hp B&S eng., 42 cut, 6 speed, elec. strt, $ tx delivered. Young s Sles, Bus. Hwy. 71, Butler NEW 19.5 HP LAWN TRACTOR: 42 cut, 6 speed, elec. strt, $ tx delivered. Young s Sles, Bus. Hwy. 71, Butler EARTHQUAKE REAR TINE TIL- LER: Counter, rotting, elec. strt, $ tx delivered. Young s Sles, Bus. Hwy. 71, Butler WD 45 TRACTOR:Excellent condition, $2,850. Coffmn Auto, Plesnton, KS, dy or eve. CRAFTSMAN 50 CUT RIDING MOWER: 24 hp Kohler, uto hydrostt drive, 500 hrs, $1,500. Coffmn Auto, Plesnton, KS, dy or eve. SWISHER PULL BEHIND FINISH MOWER: 13 hp 60 cut, electric strt, like new, $1,000. Coffmn Auto, Plesnton, KS, dy or eve. FOR SALE:Used prts, for trctors, comines nd other frm mchinery. Austin Slvge, Butler, Mo Let phone ring severl times, plese! z (8) Sles Auctions, Grge & Yrd Sles, Rummge Sles GARAGE SALE:Wicker tle nd chirs, sof tle, portle -ll gol, rocker, tools, electronic indoor -ll gol, fishing supplies, toys, y oy clothes, kids nd dult clothes nd lots more. 18 Hwy. W out of Adrin to FF south, 4th house on left. Big lue house on hill, Miller s. Thursdy 8-5 & Fridy 8-1 p.m. GARAGE SALE:St., April 21, Butler. 707 N. Hvn. Lots of toys, Step 2 Roller Coster, Fisher Price & other rnds. Some y oy clothes, girls & lots more. GARAGE SALE:St., April 21, 8.m. -? 223 E. Pine, Rich Hill. Grge west of house. Old sw ldes, vcuum sweeper, drywll tper, ldder, drill press, 22 high wheel push mower, Avon ottles, knick kncks, Christms, 2 Homelite Chinsws (1 for prts), compound ow, ooks, men/women s clothes x1-3x1, 3 pushmowers for prts, horse/tck items, toilet stool. Rin or shine. No checks. ESTATE/YARD SALE:Furniture, housewres, linens, Wexford glsswre, jewelry, silverplted fltwre in chest, Stmpin Up! ruer stmp sets, ooks, toys, 3 miles south of Butler, west t flshing light, turn in drive t picket fence. Sle in moile home ehind 2 story home. Sturdy 8-2. YARD SALE:St., April 21. Clothing, dishes curtins, chicken whtnots, rdio steins, crock pot, electric mixer, lots of misc. 116 S. Fulton. HUGE YARD SALE:Fri. & St W. Ohio. Hundreds of items. Some furniture, lots of y clothes nd items, jewelry, Serger sewing mchine, csh register, pictures, toys, knick kncks, crft items, VCR tpes & DVDs, CDs, lots nd lots of misc. No checks. Csh only.
12 12 news-xpress, Butler, Mo., Fridy, April 20, 2007 GARAGE SALE:307 W. 3rd, Adrin. Behind Adrin Mnor. Thurs. 9-4 & Fri. 9-? Rce cr toddler ed, nice children s clothing, household items, misc. 3 Fmilies. GARAGE SALE:Sturdy, 8.m. - 2 p.m. Lots of clothing men, women nd oys, ll sizes, smll pplinces, lots of home decortive items, exercise equipment, Mry Ky cosmetics, too much to list. 406 N. Hvn. RUMMAGE AND BAKE SALE: St., April 21, 8.m. to 3 p.m. Scred Hert Church, Mound City, Ks. BIG YARD SALE:Tools, y clothes, meg miscellneous, 18th, 19th, 20th, 210 Est Wlnut, Rich Hill. GARAGE SALE:19th nd 20th, 8.m. Lots of miscellneous. 208 S. Mechnic, Butler. MULTI FAMILY GARAGE SALE: Fri., April 20, 8 to 5. St., April 21, 8 to 12. By furniture, child crft cri, lyette nd rocker, FreeStyle GT 20 inch icycle, clothes from infnt oys to dult, lots of misc. Fritts, Jones nd McGuire, 2 miles south on Rice Rd. Wtch for signs. (9) Rentls Homes, Business, Aprtments, etc. FOR RENT:1 Bdrm pt. Archie Senior Housing. Elderly, disled or hndicpped my pply. Equl Housing Opportunity womz 1 BEDROOM APARTMENT: Nicely furnished or unfurnished, pool, free cle TV & HBO strting t $290 in Nevd z STEINER z STORAGE: APPLICATIONS FOR ELDERLY: 2/3 Bdrm units, tken t Plesnton Housing Authority, 902 Plm, Plesnton, KS Screening required. zeow FOR RENT:Appleton City Senior Citizens housing hs ttrctive nd spcious, one nd two edroom prtments for rent. Utilities re furnished, including cle. Lundry fcilities on site. Idel for seniors. Rent is sed on income. For more informtion cll Equl Housing Opportunity. 1&3womz FOR RENT:Community Fmily Housing, Inc. 400 Cliforni Ave., Montrose, Mo. 1 Bedroom prtment, fixed rent $255. includes ll utilities, het, electricity, pest control, wter & sewer. Furnished with cook stove nd frig. Lundry services onsite. Community room ville for dinners, irthdys, etc. Bckground check complete on ll pplicnts. Pets llowed under 20#. No exceptions. Not ffilited with USDA. No rentl ssistnce. Contct mnger t &4womz WOODY S MOBILE HOME PARK: A nice plce to live! Move your moile home to our prk in El Dordo Springs, Mo. Clen, friendly tmosphere, very ffordle. Ask out first month rent free. Cll z* FOR RENT IN BUTLER:Nice 2 drm home, ville now. Cll z* DUPLEX FOR RENT:In Adrin. 3 drm, 1 cr grge, ll pplinces nd lwn cre, 6 mo lese, $650 to $675 mo. Plus utilities, no dogs SR. CITIZEN HOUSING FOR RENT: Amsterdm. Nice 1 drm house, stove, fridge, w/d furnished, hndicp ccessile. Cll z FOR RENT:2 Bedroom triler in country, close to town, must hve riding mower or good mower for property or z FOR RENT:Nice 2 drm pt, stove & refrigertor furnished, deposit required. Ellis Apts., Plesnton, KS FOR RENT:2 Bedroom duplex, no house pets, references nd deposit required. Cll Rosie Anderson, FOR RENT:Super nice 2 drm home, no inside pets z TRAILER FOR RENT:Country setting, remodeled 3 drm house ville. My or z FOR RENT:3 Bdrm, 2 th, in country with lnd FOR RENT:2 Bdrm 1 th in Butler LARGE DOWNSTAIRS APART- MENTS FOR RENT: 2 edroom, ch/c, locted 302 W. Pine, $325 rent nd deposit. No pets, one yer lese , owner roker. FOR RENT:2 edroom prtment, $300 plus dep. Locted 110 N. Prospect, Butler , owner roker. FOR RENT:3 Bedroom houses, 1 S. Austin, 309 E. Dkot, Butler. $500 rent first month lst nd deposit. No pets FOR RENT:3 Bedroom, 1 th, ch/ c, 2 cr grge, sement, $500 first month lst month nd dep. No pets FOR RENT:Nice 2 edroom home, lrge lot, covered ptio, grge $600 rent nd dep. Locted 1008 W. Ft. Scott, Butler. No pets , owner roker. FOR RENT:1 Bedroom downstirs prtment, $200 rent nd dep. 312 W. Hrrison, Butler , owner roker. FOR RENT:1 Bedroom furnished studio $125 per week includes utilities two person mx 409 E. Dkot nd 312 W. Hrrison, $100 dep , owner roker. FURNISHED ROOM AND KITCH- ENETTE: $100-$135 per week. 113 S. Ornge, Butler L&L MINI STORAGE:Units ville strting t $ z (10) Rel Estte For Sle WE BUY HOUSES:We sell houses z ATTENTION HOME BUYERS: Your home is the most expensive nd importnt purchse you will mke. So it only mkes sense to hve it inspected y professionl. Know wht you re uying efore you uy it. TsMr Home Inspections, Butler, z FOR SALE BY OWNER 708 N. Mple, Appleton City, MO. Finncing y mortgge lender ville, possile, no down, 3 r, 2, completely remodeled, $69, , FSBO:Beutiful rnch home IN northern Linn County, KS, full wlkout sement, 4 drm, 3 th, lots of extrs, ttched 2 cr grge, 6 yers new, 33x27 metl rn, 40 wooded, croplnd cres, $243, leve messge. 6A21* FOR SALE:70 cres more or less, 9 miles from Lmr on 71 Hwy. 12 miles south of Nevd on 71 Hwy. 2 1/4 miles est. 51 in crop, lnce psture nd timer, rurl wter nd electric on property. $108, dys, evenings. zfp LOOKING FOR A LARGE AFFORD- ABLE HOME? We hve 5 edroom, 3 th, 28x80 repossessed moile home, fully reconditioned, seprte fmily room with WB fireplce, hevy construction & insultion, mny extrs, other good smller homes ville, your ffordle housing hedqurters. Woody s Moile Homes, El Dordo Springs, Mo., z* WE BUY MOBILE HOMES: Cll z* FOR SALE:3 Bedroom, detched doule grge includes 1 cr, sement, corner lot ner school in Rich Hill FOR SALE:27x48 Fuqu moile home $20,000, 3 drm, 2 th, new 16x24 dd on, 12x24 crport, you move HOUSE FOR SALE:Price reduced, $115, Bed, 2 th, 6 yer old home, Adrin, Mo HOUSE FOR SALE:2 Bedroom, 1 1/2 th, Drexel, $85, WOODED/CROPLAND ACRES: Linn County, KS & 1400 Rd. Beutiful uilding site, hunter s drem /4 BEDROOM:2 Bth, computer room, ch/c, ll pplinces, 2 cr detched grge on 6 city lots in Mound City, KS. $125, FOR SALE:3 Bedroom House on 4 cres with pecn trees nd lrge metl uilding divided in lrge rooms, concrete floor nd 2nd floor over hlf of it. Locted north edge of LCygne, KS , Dorothy Mngold. FOR SALE BY OWNER:1 1/2 cres old 2 story house, 3 sheds, pecn grove in Rockville FOR SALE:2 Bdrm house in Adrin. Cll evenings, FOR LEASE:Luxury prtment, The Fetters in Butler. 2 drm, 1 1/2 th, lundry room, grge, dishwsher - stove furnished, centrl het/ir, mintennce free, ville June 1. Contct Thom or Slly Burg, , NEW 3200 SQ. FT. HOUSE: Finished 2005, 5 edroom, 3 ths, fmily room, plyroom, lrge kitchen w/pplinces, cinets glore, lots of storge, 2 cr ttched grge, 30x50 workshop on 13.3 cres, country ut close to town on ded end rod. Cn emil photos $225,000. Cll z MOBILE HOME FOR SALE: 8 x35, good condition, not self contined, $1100 OBO FOR SALE BY OWNER:4 Bdrm, 2 th, completely restored, owner finnce, might tke older smll home in on trde FOR SALE BY OWNER:In Butler, 3 drm, 2 th, full sement, mny updtes, new roof, new furnce nd chimney flue, $68, or LAKE OF THE OZARKS:Specil! Own lot $989 to $4,950, $49 dn, $19 to $59 per mo. For cmping, moile homes or uilding. 3 Plus cre uilding sites. $9,850-$195 dn, $129 per mo. No credit checks, owner finncing, own for investment. Lke ccess nd ot rmps. Sle ends My 7. Between Stover nd Sunrise Bech, Missouri. Lke rod lcktop to Ivy Bend office. Open 6 dys till 5 p.m. Closed Tuesdys. Cll till 7 p.m. everydy PRICE REDUCED TO $65,000: On 2 edroom, 1 1/2 th, ch/c, newly rehed home with nice lrge lot, 800 Grove, Butler. Owner finnce with down pyment or $550 rent plus deposit , owner roker. MOBILE HOMES FOR SALE: 2 Bdrm, 14x70, $1600; 2 drm, 1 th, ch/c, shingled roof, clen, storge shed, $6000, uyer move. Rich Hill (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. z $ WANTED $:Winchester lever ction rifle or shotgun; ny clier; lso Colt pistols, csh pid! Plese cll * FOR SALE:1975 Mrk Twin Bot, V FOR SALE:21 cmper, good condition, $ HARLEY DAVIDSON FXSTC: Softil custom, eutiful ike, lots of extr chrome, 14K miles, $12, WHEELER:05 Polris Predtor 500, excellent condition, like new, $ MOTOR HOME FOR SALE: 2003 Four Winds 5000, clss C, less thn 10,000 miles, like new, lots of specil fetures MINIHOMES:Toyot V6, Chevrolet V6, Ford V8. TRAILERS: Strlite, Kit, Jyco fifth wheel. Jck Zink RV, Est City Limits Appleton City, FOR SALE:1998 Polris Jet Ski 2 seter, no triler, $ LOWE BASSCATCHER: 35 HP Evinrude, BMMF triler, excellent condition, must see, $ FOR SALE:2003 Hond XR250R dirt ike, 4 stroke, kick strt, 400 miles, like new, $ PILGRAM 5TH WHEEL CAMP- ER TRAILER: 29.5 ft lrge slideout, rnd new, $23,000. Coffmn Auto, Plesnton, KS, dy or eve. HONDA XR100R DIRT BIKE: Nice, $!500; Ymh TW200 on/off rod dirt ike, $2000; Suzuki Qud 80 4 wheeler, $1,500. Coffmn Auto, Plesnton, KS, dy or eve HARLEY DAVIDSON ROAD KING: 100 Yer Anniversry Edition, 7200 miles, $14, or COMPUTERS:New & used systems, softwre, printers & scnners, custom uilt to your specfifictions. We will et ny loclly dvertised price on computers. Computer Shop, 901 S. Outer Rd., Butler. 660ñ679ñ5396. All mjor credit crds ccepted. zeow5 TRAILERS:Agriculture nd construction, gooseneck flteds, livestock, horse nd skidsteer, D&L Trilers, Rockville, MO, z BALE RINGS:8 di; 4 rings, 6 uprights $100; 8 1/2 di; 4 rings 7 uprights $111. Green s Welding, z TRAILERS FOR SALE:Present specil is 61/2 X16 Tndem xle, $995. Stop y Auto Motives t the 71 exit t Rich Hill nd look t our trilers. Phone zeow (12) For Sle Anything you might wnt to sell COMPUTERS:New & used systems, softwre, printers & scnners, custom uilt to your specifictions. We will et ny loclly dvertised price on computers. Computer Shop, 901 S. Outer Rd., Butler. 660ñ679ñ5396. All mjor credit crds ccepted. zeow5 FOR SALE:2 Meyer Comm. pecn crckers, excellent condition, $3800 ech z ENGINES FOR LOG SPLITTERS: 5.5 HP, $219.95, 65 HP $ Young s Sles, Bus. Hwy. 71, Butler Z FOR SALE: Butcher hogs delivered to locker of your choice or z FOR SALE: 1998 Cse IH 2388 comine, 4WD, strddle duls, field trcker, grin tnk ext., yield & moisture monitor, ft. flexhed, oth in excellent condition, $75, , Cell # USED WASHERS & DRYERS FOR SALE: Pre-owned reconditioned nd gurnteed! LeNeve s on the Butler squre FULL-QUEEN SZ PILLOWTOP MATTRESS SET: Brnd new in plstic, $ QUEEN BLACK IRON CANOPY BED: With quilt top mttress set, ll rnd new $275, king ville FOR SALE:Upright Frigidire freezer, 21 cuic foot, $150; yrd roller $50. Cll fter 6 p.m FOR SALE:A Grde Tmco 3 t shingles, Heritge; lso ville. Cll for est price. Cox Feeds, FOR SALE:Rwhide 6x16 umper pull stock triler, $ FOR SALE:2006 Titn umper pull stock triler, like new, $ CLAUSING DRILL-MILLING MA- CHINE: 1 drill cpt., 1 HP motor with vise nd its. 4 Dyton SCR control motor, 1 HP; 4 Dyton speed reducer, 31 to 1 speed. Elec. welder, 225 Lincoln; 3 HP hyd. cutter; Elky, Wter cooler. 55 gl. rrell dolley nd stnd PRE-OWNED DOUBLE OVENS FOR SALE: Severl to choose from including slick Amn smooth top. Serviced! Gurnteed! LeNeve s TV & Applince on the squre, Butler TWO CONSTRUCTION GRADE: Hevy duty 36 extension ldder, 1-24 luminum Louisville Wlk Plnk, 2 Ford super duty electric mirrors. For sle or trde BULK SEED!Fresh grden, flower & grss seed. Come & rowse. Town Squre Hrdwre & Vriety, south side historic Butler squre fp* FOR SALE:Shwnee te pots, Coins, ll stte qurters of P nd D ville. Some supplies ville. See t The Dusty Attic, 813 N. Ornge, Butler, Mo FOR SALE:Steel post, r wire nd frm gte, ll ville. Cox Feeds, Bus. Hwy. 71, Butler FOR SALE:1978 Hle 2 horse umper pull, good tires, rkes, floor wiring nd lights, good condition with cler title, good triler for 4-H nimls nd horses under 16 hours, $ FOR SALE: CRAFTSMAN AIR COMPRESSOR 6 hp, 33 gl, new, never used, $300. Crftsmn 8 tle sw $100. Cll STIHL CHAIN SAWS:Trimmers, electric & gs powered lowers. Prts nd service ville. J&E Enterprises, south of wter tower, Rockville, Mo. z HEAVY DUTY RECLINING LIFT CHAIR: On sle now! Furniture City, Clinton, Mo z 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. z STEEL, STEEL, STEEL:Severl types. Lots of pipe, squre tuing, 1, 1 1/4, 1 1/2, z BUILDINGS FOR SALE OR RENT TO OWN: Pick your size nd color. Stop y Auto Motives t the Rich Hill 71 exit. Phone &3womz (13) Miscellneous WANTING TO BUY:Smll collection of guns or singles. Also Chevelle s, Nov s, Cmro s, Monte Crlo s. Projects, wrecked, restortion, prts, performnce engines & prts , z ATTENTION GOLFERS:We will NOT e undersold on mjor rnd golf equipment. We will uy, sell or trde! Peculir Golf Pro Shop & Driving Rnge. Open yer round z COMMUNITY FOOD PANTRY: z WANTED:Experienced uto exhust person for crs nd light trucks. Must know how to weld nd fricte exhust. Bry s Auto Prts nd Repir, 216 old 71 Hwy., Peculir, Mo USED HEALTH CARE EQUIP- MENT: Clen, good condition items t ffordle discounted prices, shower chirs, tu gr rs, commodes, rised toilet set, cnes, crutches, wlkers, wheelchir nd more. This-N-Tht Sles BACKYARD ENTERTAINMENT: Kroke & D.J. Service. All types of music, ig selection, gret rtes, ll types of events , TRAVELING?Cruises: Mexicn Rivier $579, Alsk $699, Sndl s inclusive 55% off! + More! Locl Trvel Agent! Gret Prices! (Groups OK!) 211 SATELLITE SPEED BROADBAND INTERNET: Very fst, $49/month plus equip. cost of $299 w/ free stndrd instlltion. Cll Stire Stellite for ltest instll nd offers WEDDING VIOLINIST:Our violin music will help crete n elegnt tmosphere to mke your wedding dte extr specil. Pchelel Cnon, Bridl Chorus, Wedding Mrch nd mny more songs. 20 yers violin experience. Cll FIG TREE GREENHOUSE: Open dily 9 to 6. Come see us for ll your grden needs. 3rd & Cherry, Rich Hill. Home phone , leve messge, will cll ck. WANTED TRACTOR TIRES: Two 20.8-R38 Michelin Agri Bis, new or used or mtching set of 4, 20.8-R38 or ny rnd in good cond ONE WOMAN WANTED:Under 49, under 5 8 smll frme or close, must wnt romnce, ffection nd ttention. Little or no drinking. Hppy with nights t home nd going out, est going, try new things, est friends. Me? stocky, sweethert, ornery, tese, HD, house on 5, long hir, erd or not SATELLITE HIGH SPEED INTER- NET AVAILABLE: Both city nd rurl res, strting t $49.99 per month plus equipment cost of $100. Free professionl instlltion y certified instllers. Cll Town nd Country Wireless t I BUY, SELL & TRADE:US & Foreign stmps WANTED:If you hve Missile cle going through your property. I will py you top $$$ to dig nd remove. Miniml digging, fully insured BUNN COFFEE MAKERS: 4 Models ville. Also Bunn replcement decnters. Come nd rowse. Town Squre Hrdwre nd Vriety, south side Butler squre WANTED:2 ton portle cttle feeder, pir of tires heider uger wgon FREE:Wood to cut. Wlnut tops YOU ARE INVITED!Movie night t Uptown Sturdy Night. Free. Popcorn nd pizz included. Southside Butler squre. 5 p.m. April 21. YES:We uy, sell nd trde ntiques nd collectiles. The Dusty Attic, 813 North Ornge, Butler, Missouri Open 10.m. - 5 p.m. everydy. z BUY GOLD COINS nd lrge lnket ills WANTED:Junk or ndoned crs, trucks, uses, scrp metl piles, luminum, copper, rditors, luminum wheels , cell z WANTING TO BUY:Junk crs, $50. Big crs, full size vns nd pickups, mini vns, $40. Smll crs, $30. Also rditors, luminum wheels, copper wire, exhust converters $25 ech, frm trucks nd uses or z BUY A CAR TODAY:At Butler Auto Credit. Your credit prolems re Gone With The Wind! Everyone is pproved. Cll Rhett tody, z REFLEX SPRAY-IN BEDLINERS: Best ppernce, most flexile, don t py deler s mrkup. Cll Joe * (14) Automotive FOR SALE:1999 Ford F350 4x4, dully, utomtic, le ed, 114K miles, diesel, $13, CHEVY 350 TURBO: 4 wd, 4 inch lift, 355 SB, oggers, less thn 50 miles. $3000 OBO C60 GRAIN TRUCK: With hoist, new clutch w/ 5 & 2 spd trns Interntionl trctor, new torque, nice trctor. If no nswer leve messge, FOR SALE:1985 F150 4x4, 1982 F150 4x4, oth good trucks or CHEVY PU X4:Runs $ , SATURN VUE SPORT CROSS- OVER: Automtic, AWD, AC, CD, power roof, windows nd locks. Sport silver nd grey lether interior. Only 39,000 dult driven miles. Alwys grged, 25 mpg on highwy. Just serviced. $15, FORD 3/4 TON:4 WD, 351 uto, 79,000 miles, $ F150 4 DR:70,000 miles. 93 F250 power stroke FOR SALE:1997 Expedition XLT, 164,000 miles, clen, urgundy, $5,900, 350 ft of chin link fence with 3 gtes or FOR SALE:Chevy Cvlier Z24, convertile, V6, 5 speed, c, cruise, new tires nd ttery, tune-up, very dependle, $ FOR SALE:4 Chrome wheels with tires for Mustng, $ or FOR SALE:1989 4x Chevy truck, excellent condition NEED A NICE CAR, ut hve credit prolems? Everyone will e pproved!!! We re here to help. Cll BUICK CENTURY:Custom, only 77,200 miles! Hs it ll. Ride, equipment, gs milege. Cn t et it. 3 months, 3,000 mile wrrnty. Sle price $6,480. Jim Flk Motors, Clinton, Mo , We hve the est service deprtment nywhere. 03 OLDSMOBILE ALERO GL2: Power everything. Fncy pretty cr! Nice. Sle price $7, month 3,000 mile wrrnty. Jim Flk Motors, Clinton, Mo , We hve the est service deprtment nywhere. 99 CADILLAC SEDAN DEVILLE: Only 61,200 miles. Lether, loded. Very nice. 3 month 3,000 mile wrrnty. Sle price $8,675. Jim Flk Motors, Clinton, Mo , We hve the est service deprtment nywhere. 06 CHEVY COBALT LS:Only 10,200 miles! Tilt, cruise, defroster, CD, utomtic. New cr trde in. Excellent condition. GM certified with GMs new 5 yr 100,000 mile wrrnty. Sle price $11,670, 2.9% 60 months ville. Jim Flk Motors, Clinton, Mo , com. We hve the est service deprtment nywhere. 05 DODGE GRAND CARAVAN: All the power equipment! Excellent condition. 3 month 3,000 mile wrrnty. Sle price $11,197 Jim Flk Motors, Clinton, Mo , www. jimflk.com. We hve the est service deprtment nywhere. 05 BUICK LACROSSE CXL: Buick s most luxurious personl size cr! Only 9,700 miles. Hs everything plus moon roof & trction control. Gret gs milege. GM Certified with GM s new 5 yr 100,000 mile wrrnty. Sle price $17,980. Jim Flk Motors, Clinton, Mo , We hve the est service deprtment nywhere. 04 SATURN ION 2:Only 25,700 miles! Tilt, cruise, defroster, trction control. Power windows, locks & mirrors. Very unique, like rnd new. Remining fctory wrrnty. Sle price $8,780. Jim Flk Motors, Clinton, Mo , www. jimflk.com. We hve the est service deprtment nywhere. 04 CHEVY MALIBU LS:Only 35,200 miles! Loded with ll the power equipment. Gret Chevy styling. Excellent condition. Sle price $10,645, 4.9% 60 months ville. GM Certified with GM s new 5 yr 100,000 mile wrrnty. Jim Flk Motors Clinton MO We hve the est service deprtment nywhere!!! 04 PONTIAC GRAND AM GT COUPE: Big fncy chrome wheels, spoiler, ll the power options. Looking good, Feeling Good. GM Certified with GM s new 5 yr 100,000 mile wrrnty. Sle price $13,125. Jim Flk Motors, Clinton, Mo , We hve the est service deprtment nywhere. 04 BUICK RENDEZVOUS CX: Tilt, cruise, defroster, power windows, locks & mirrors. Only 26,700 miles! Gret ll round vehicle. GM Certified with GM s new 5 yr 100,000 mile wrrnty. Sle price $14,640. Jim Flk Motors, Clinton, Mo , We hve the est service deprtment nywhere. 06 BUICK LUCERNE CXS: Buick flgship, top of the line! V8 ll the extrs. Fmous Buick ride & fuel economy. Very eutiful. Like new. GM Certified with GM s new 5 yr 100,000 mile wrrnty. Sle price $25,490. Jim Flk Motors Clinton MO com. We hve the est service deprtment nywhere!!! 06 CHEVY COBALT LS:Automtic, c, cd, power locks & more. Only 20,100 miles! Like new. GM Certified with GM s new 5 yr 100,000 mile wrrnty. Sle price $10,780, 2.9% 60 months ville. Jim Flk Motors, Clinton, Mo , We hve the est service deprtment nywhere. 07 CHEVY UPLANDER LS: Only 10,300 miles! 4 cptin s chirs + 3. All the power equipment. Like rnd new. GM Certified with GM s new 5 yr 100,000 mile wrrnty. Sle price $16,975. Jim Flk Motors, Clinton, Mo , com. We hve the est service deprtment nywhere. 06 CHEVY MALIBU MAX LT: Power everything, trction control, sun & ir vents. GM Certified with GM s new 5 yr 100,000 mile wrrnty. Sle price $13,360, 4.9% 60 months ville. Jim Flk Motors, Clinton, Mo , We hve the est service deprtment nywhere. 07 CADILLAC CTS V:Only 1,200 miles! High performnce, top of the line, very eutiful! All the Cdillc extrs. Stop y & t lest look t it. Pristine. GM Certified with GM s new 5 yr 100,000 mile wrrnty. Originl stocker $53,370. Sle price $38,880. Jim Flk Motors, Clinton, Mo , com. We hve the est service deprtment nywhere. 06 CHEVY EQUINOX LT: Lether, trction control, ig wheels, loded. Gret looking & prcticl for everything! GM Certified with GM s new 5 yr 100,000 mile wrrnty. Sle price $17,950. Jim Flk Motors, Clinton, Mo , com. We hve the est service deprtment nywhere. 06 BUICK LACROSSE CXL: Lether, ll the luxury cr power equipment! Gret styling. Perfect size. Like new. GM Certified with GMs new 5 yr 100,000 mile wrrnty. Sle price $17, % 60 months ville. Jim Flk Motors, Clinton, Mo , com. We hve the est service deprtment nywhere. 07 CADILLAC EXT:Fctory executive, lmost new! Originl sticker $63,610. All options included. Stunning vehicle. GM Certified with GM s new 5 yr 100,000 mile wrrnty. Sle price $55,975. Jim Flk Motors, Clinton, Mo , We hve the est service deprtment nywhere. 93 BUICK LESABRE:Loded, highwy miles, $2500 OBO FOR SALE:2002 Ford F250 XLT, 4 door, 4x4, lck, 46,000 miles, extr nice, 1 owner, must see, $19, FOR SALE:2000 Chevy Silverdo 1500 series, ir, cruise, new rkes, nice truck, $ FOR SALE:2002 Ford Focus SE, mroon, pw, pl, lloy wheels, 81,000 miles, $ or FOR SALE:2004 Ford F150 Crew 4x4 Lurette, red with gold trim, loded with remining wrrnty FOR SALE:2002 Sturn LW 300, mroon, lloy wheels, pw, pl, excellent condition, 87,000 miles, $ or PARTING OUT:1991 Pontic Grnd Prix, 2 door with 3.8 liter engine or FOR SALE:1998 Blzer 4 door LT, loded, sunroof & lether, white with gold trim, $ or FOR SALE:1993 Chevy Silverdo, hevy duty 3/4 ton, 4x4; lso 1994 Chevy Silverdo, 1/2 ton, 350 V FOR SALE:1995 Ford F250 4x4, 460, 5 spd, Brmco le umper gooseneck hitch, 147,000 miles, $ SEE PAGE 14
13 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 - $34.70 Elsewhere in Mo. - $38.70 Out- of Stte - $42.40 Out-of Country - $50.03 Amounts include sles tx. Copy Dedline -- Tuesdy, 5:00 p.m. From the Scriptures: For we re God s msterpiece. He hs creted us new in Christ Jesus, so tht we cn do the good things he plnned for us long go. Ephesins 2:10. Editoril Comment FYI...of the sleziest kind Redily ville on the Missouri Stte Highwy Ptrol Sex Offender We site is the list of registered sex offenders with Btes County miling ddresses. Photos re ville, lso. The disquieting numer for our county is 31 nd towns listed include Butler, Archie, Amoret, Adrin, Amsterdm, Appleton City, Hume, Drexel nd Rich Hill. Four of the 31 offenders re femle. While this figure is shocking, you hve to wonder if there ren t even more of these degenertes floting round who re not identified. Pretty scry right? We don t men to throw everyone into pnic, ut t the sme time, prents should never grow lx in wrning their children to refrin from tlking to or ccepting cndy or fvors from strngers, eing suckered into helping look for tht lost puppy, nd similr mens of luring innocent youngsters into the clutches of suspicious people. Sometimes offenses re committed within the relms of reltives which is even more reprehensile. For more informtion, go to mo.gov nd click on sex offenders Btes County. The Ptrol cutions tht nyone who uses this informtion to commit criminl ct ginst nother person is suject to criminl prosecution. Just wondering... How come the recent cold snp killed prcticlly every type of looming things except dndelions? Single mom seeks help Hi, I relly don t know if there is nything tht you could do or not, ut I m out of things to do. I m single mother with six kids. A friend of mine got permission from this guy to store my GMC Sfri minivn out t his plce until I could get the prt to get it fixed. Well, y the time I got the money together to get the prt I needed, he no longer hd it nd he sid he doesn t know wht hppened to it. The vn ws stored in metl grge, locked up, so how could he not know where it is? The police hven t informed me of nything esides tht they didn t get nywhere with the owner of the plce. I m just wondering wht kind of junk yrds would tke vehicle when they don t hve title on it. Jodi Crlson, 104 South Delwre, Butler, Mo (660) COMMENTARY PAGE Frming: A never-ending gmle A s follow-up to lst week s column on the recent cold snp, the news-xpress egn hering reports of stggering losses expected for frm crops in this re, prticulrly whet. In checking with Mike Finley, Executive Director of the Frm Service Agency, the predictions were not just idle gossip. WHILE ALL figures hven t een compiled s yet, Finley sys pproximtely 40,000 cres of whet hve een plnted cross the county nd it s likely tht 50 percent to 60 percent (possily more) of the crop will e lost ccording to feedck he s een receiving from re gronomists. From smples rought in, lot of the whet ws killed in the stem from where the hed emerges. As little s five percent of plntings ws not tll enough to sustin significnt dmge, Finley sid. SOME FARMERS indicte they will wit it out, mening the return of wrm tempertures might mke difference. Chnces though for significnt revivl pper slim nd none. This will e extr tough on those who plnted whet on contrct sis. They ll hve little of nything to sell, Finley sid. Finley hs received reports tht numer of frmers re plnning to spry the freeze-withered whet crop with Roundup nd replnt their fields with no-till corn. I would urge nyone plnning to tke this route to check with our office first nd fill-out crop disster forms. The informtion might enle us to help them recover some of their losses, Finley sid. ANOTHER MAJOR wipe-out is corn tht like whet ws hrd hit y the frigid lst. Corn, if sprouted, must e replnted, Finley suggests. Chris Hll pprent new mnger As the weekend s wild winter wether clered, trffic picked up to recoup the losses during the grounding. Jim Breckenridge flew his Bellnc Citri over to Mimi County irport Sundy morning, meeting two other Citri owners. Two Cessn Skyhwks nd Piper Cherokee were in, T-tiled Piper Lnce II refueled enroute to Texs nd Beech Bonnz V35 stopped through. On Thursdy, the Butler irport ws checked out y the FAA s Flight Inspection irplne out of Oklhom City. The hevily-instrumented Beechcrft Super King Air 300 flew the instrument pproch courses to see if the signls were ligned correctly, tested the ngle of the PAPI pproch lights nd flew off to nother inspection jo. This low-level precision flying is done t lest yerly, oftener if the monitors detect n nomly. I Rememer the Fisk D uring the len yers of World Wr II, my dd served in the wr effort while my mother worked s ookkeeper/met cutter t the Butler Locker Plnt. She erned three dollrs dy. Such wges were poor, even for tht dy, ut we mnged s well s most folks. A frme house on North Dkot Street, out four houses west of the creek tht crosses eneth it, ws home. It ws out hlfwy etween Mom s work plce nd McGuire s Grocery. I HAD A JOB, too. It consisted of wshing rekfst dishes Mondy through Fridy for qurter week. It ws smll sum, ut it finnced Sturdy s Erly Bird Movie nd popcorn. And how I looked forwrd to tht event. There s little dout ut wht I sw every B movie ever produced... Xpressions C.A. Moore Blue Yonder LeRoy Cook PILOTS ARE ADVISED to sty out of the wy of ny lue-nd-white turoprop uzzing round t low ltitude. If you mke it pull up from the pproch pth the whole jo hs to e repeted, nd it s your tx dollrs t work. Give em room to do their work. They ll e on frequency nnouncing their intentions; the cll sign is Flight Check. LOCAL FLYERS this week included Dve Hopkins in his Beech Bonnz N35, Roy Conley in his Piper Cherokee 140 nd Rick Bortzfield in Cessn 150. The Beech y Scott Lughlin Allen, Texs Time to set the record stright! Opponents of SB 364, the Missouri Frm nd Food Preservtion Act, hve used scre tctics, exggertions nd slnderous ttcks to discredit fmily frmers nd the frm orgniztions supporting the legisltion. Unfortuntely, much of the medi is following right long. But it is time to set the record stright! SB 364 is out helping fmily frmers nd not surreptitious corporte interests the opponents would hve you elieve. This ill cretes climte under which fmily frmers nd rnchers hve level of certinty which llows them to mke responsile mngement decisions. Nothing in SB 364 will eliminte nyone s right to file lwsuit. The ill strengthens nd updtes the existing Right to Frm sttute to cover norml griculturl prctices ut does not tke wy the ility to sue for negligence or similr circumstnces. SB 364 still contins provisions to protect fmily frmers from unjustified lwsuits nd locl regultions, ut hs lso een chnged to ddress the concerns of locl governments. Our colition of 19 mjor griculturl orgniztions mde mjor concessions to rech n greement with Missouri Assocition of Counties, who then pledged its support for the ill. As now mended, SB 364 includes new provisions in stte lw in ddition to existing stte regultions such s: Prohiiting Clss 1A (the lrgest) livestock fcilities unless pproved y the county commission. Incresed environmentl stndrds for new livestock fcilities. Incresed setcks from 14 mjor stte lkes. Representtion for county governments on new concentrted niml feeding opertion (CAFO) review ord tht is given the uthority to review ll new livestock permit pplictions. New regultions upon CAFOs not currently regulted. Provides incentives for producers to implement new technologies such s those ddressing odor. Unlike humn wste which is treted nd returned to the stte s wters, livestock mnure is contined upon the lnd nd used s vlule fertilizer in crop production. Strict enforcement procedures nd penlties re in plce tody if frmer llows livestock mnure to run into the stte s wters. Opponents nd the medi should stop implying otherwise. Some 16 counties now hve county helth ordinnces regulting griculture, even though they hve no scientific sis for their restrictions eyond existing stte regultions. Using the sme unsustntited resoning, wht is to stop counties from pssing helth ordinnce to regulte dust from comines, noise from clves eing wened, or lights from trctor operting t night? A ptchwork of 114 county helth ordinnces, emotionlly driven, is nothing short of recipe for disster. Tht is why regultion of griculture should remin t the stte nd federl levels s provided in SB 364. The time hs come to stop the spreding of propgnd from the Sierr Clu nd others who re irresponsily creting pulic fer out griculture nd the modern, sfe prctices used y fmily frmers tody. Chrles E. Kruse, President Missouri Frm Bureu. FROM PAGE 10 guilty ple, given SIS nd plced on protion 1 yer on conditions py $10 CVC nd $ costs. Nichols S. Polson, I-fil to equip vehicle with horn; II-fil to fsten setelt, guilty ple, fined $200 nd $66.50 costs. Nichols S. Polson, DWI, guilty ple, fined $395.50, $ costs, $74 MSHP, $10 CVC, sentenced to 60 dys (58 SES) nd plced on protion 2 yers on conditions ttend VIP nd SATOP nd py $70 ord ill Nichols S. Polson, unlwful use of drug prphernli, guilty t lest once. And still tody, while wtching the Turner Clssic Movie chnnel, I sometimes recognize chrcters I sw in the films shown t the Fisk Theter more thn sixty yers go the sheriff, memer of his posse, storekeeper, s well s those donning lck hts. Ech lent hnd in how I grew. I WATCHED so mny Erly Bird movies, tht I cn no longer seprte them s individul films. However, ple, fined $ nd $ costs. Pmel A. Pool, speeding, $100 written guilty ple. Donld R. Rutherford, I-fil to disply pltes; II-fil to fsten setelt, $100 written guilty ple. Kortney D. Schmidt, I-speeding; II-fil to fsten setelt, $160 written guilty ple. Scott G. Senne, C & I, guilty ple, fined $200 nd $66.50 costs. Richrd M. Smith, I-speeding; II-fil to fsten setelt, $160 written guilty ple. CONTINUED NEXT WEEK news-xpress, Butler, Mo., Fridy, April 20, Everything ws looking so good up to the freeze, Finley dded. It looks like 85 percent of nut tree looms were destroyed nd first cut lflf should e mowed. This of course is mjor jolt to the re economy, s Btes County is siclly n griculture-supported community. ON A DIFFERENT note, high school prom time is here with ll of its glitter nd excitement. Coming up Sturdy, April 28, the pulic is invited to witness the Prom Promende in front of Butler High School from 4 to 5:15 p.m. More on this next week. We of the news-xpress join with the entire county in shring the hertfelt concern nd dmirtion for Steve Oldfield, pulisher of The Adrin Journl nd The Drexel Str. Lte lst Sundy Oldfield ws lifeflighted to St. Joseph Helth Center in Knss City fter suffering mssive stroke. Thoughts nd pryers for Steve nd his fmily nd wide circle of friends. Musketeer flew on test hop nd the pipeline ptrol Skylne cme nd went. The Butler irport will soon e under new mngement if the present chngeover pln goes into plce. Current mnger Drrel Koll is tking nother shot t retirement, his unpid position eing tken over y Chris Hll. Chris, of course, is well known s the proprietor of SkyDive KC, nd now he s donning the ht s mnger. Mjor chnges re plnned, which we ll communicte s they re unveiled. THE LAST QUESTION we posed ws out the nme Bill Ler gve his dughter. Her nme is Chnd, s only her quirky fther would hve hd it. For next week, we d like to know the correct, officil nme of wind sock. one film shown t Fisk s Theter is still in shrp focus. It ws opening night for the showing of Spring Fever. My grndfther, Fred, lwys went directly to ed s drkness fell over Tnglewood Frm. How nyone convinced him he should trvel twenty miles of dirt rods to see movie shll remin mystery. APPARENTLY, I ws the only one surprised when my grndprents, unt, nd uncle rrived in red 1935 Ford. After Mom nd I were seted in the cr, there ws only one spce left. Fred nd Roy rgued over who should clim it, ut nothing ws resolved. So, they oth stood on the running ords, clinging to the door posts like Chicgo mosters, while Mrjorie drove the remining locks to the squre. Hunt insurnce honors Fred Hunt (right), LUTCF, District Sles Mnger for Btes, Benton, ss, Henry, Johnson nd Pettis counties, chieved memership in the Missouri Frm Bureu Insurnce Compny;s Multi-Million Dollr Clu. Hunt ws the only sles mnger qulifying for the wrd this yer. Kirt Cochrn, West Missouri Regionl Director of Agencies for the Frm Bureu Insurnce Compnies, mde the presenttion during the compny s All Str Sles Confeence. This is Hunt s 18th yer on the clu.hunt lso ccepted the Hunt District Awrd for eing the top district in Sumitted Life NAFYC y the Missouri Frm Bureu Insurnce Compnies. Sumitted photos.
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