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PRESS-NEWS JOURNAL, CANTON, MO. For The Record THURSDAY, JANUARY 15, 2009 - PAGE 8 Public Notices Protecting your right to know TRUSTEE'S SALE WHEREAS, SAM LEE BARTZ, A Single Person, by his Deed of Trust dated Sep- • tember 14, 2007, and record- ed in the Recorder's Office of Lewis County, Missouri, in Book 508 at Pages 2261- 2270 as Document Number • 200700001553, and also re- corded in the Recorder's Of- rice of Knox County, Missouri, . in Book 218 at Page 569 as Document No. 670, conveyed to Rodney J. Rodenbaugh, Trustee, the certain real prop- erty described below, and WHEREAS, the real property conveyed to Rodney J. Rodenbaugh, Trustee, un- der and pursuant to the Deed of Trust referred to above is all situated in the Counties of Lewis and Knox, State of Mis- souri, and is more particularly described as follows, to-wit: TRACT 1 All of Lot One (1) in Block Twenty-Four (24) of the Original Town of LaBelle, Missouri; also a tract of land commencing at the Northeast corner of said Lot One (1); thence East Forty-Four (44) feet; thence South to the O.M. & P. Railroad (now Q.O & K•C. Railroad) right-of-way; thence in a Northwest direction along the North line of said right-of-way to the East line of said Lot One (1) aforesaid; thence North to the place of beginning. Also, a lot or tract of land commencing at the Northeast comer of the lot or tract last above described; thence East 30 feet; thence South 209 feet: thence West 30 feet; thence North 209 feet to the place of beginning, all being a part of the North- west Fourth of the South- west Quarter of Section Four (4), Township Six- ty-One (61) North, Range Nine (9) West, Lewis County, Missouri. TRACT 2: A tract of land 120 feet North and South by 60 feet East and West ly- ing immediately North of and adjoining Lots Five (5) and Six (6) in Block Three (3) in For- est Springs; Also a tract commencing 362-1/2 feet North of the Northeast Comer of Johnson and Spring Street in Forest Springs, thence East 210 feet, thence North about 310 feet; thence East 100 feet to the Southwest Cor- ner of the Bronson Mill property, thence North along the West line of said Mill property to the North line of the South- east Quarter of Section Twelve (12), thence West to said Johnson Street; thence South to the point of beginning. Also 1-3/4 acres in the Northeast Comer of the West Half of the Southeast Quarter of said Section Twelve (12), known as the Bron- son Mill tract; also all the North Half of the Southwest Fourth of the Southeast Quarter of Sec- tion Twelve (12) and all that part of the Northwest Fourth of the Southeast Quarter of said Section Twelve (12) lying South of Spring Street in the Town of Forest Springs; Also Lots Four (4) and Five (5) in Block One (1) and Lots Sixteen (16), Twenty (20), Twenty- Two (22), Twenty-Three (23) and Twenty-Four (24) in Block Two (2) in the Town of For- est Springs, and a tract of land commencing at the Junction of Johnson and Spring Streets at the Southeast Comer thereof, ACCEPTING BIDS Lewis County Road and Bridge Department is now accepting sealed bids for Installation of New Dump Bed. Also, accepting bids for Road Grooming System• For specifications thence East Ninety (90) feet, thence South Seven- ty (70) feet, thence West Ninety (90) feet, thence North Seventy (70) feet to the place of begin- ning; excepting a tract beginning at a point on the East side of Johnson Street in Forest Springs One Hundred (100) feet North of the Northeast Comer of Spring Street, thence North One Hun- dred Ten (110) feet, thence East One Hundred Eighty (180) feet, thence South One Hundred Ten (110) feet, thence West One Hundred Eighty (180) feet to the place of beginning. All in Section Twelve (12), Township Sixty-Two (62) North, Range Ten (10) West in Knox County, Missouri. (This is the former Vil- lage of Forest Springs, Missouri.) Except a One- half (˝) acre tract of land commencing One Hun- dred Twelve (112) feet South of the Southwest comer of the intersec- tion of Forest Street and Johnson Street in Forest Springs, point being the South end of Johnson Street as it now exits, thence South One Hun- dred Forty-Seven and Fifty-Eight Hundredths (147.58) feet, thence East One Hundred Forty-Sev- en and Fifty-Eight Hun- dredths (147.58) feet, thence North One Hun- dred Forty-Seven and Fifty-Eight Hundredths (147.58) feet, thence West One Hundred For- ty-Seven and Fifty-Eight Hundredths (147.58) feet to the point of beginning. TRACT 3: Ten (10) acres de- scribed as the South- west One-Fourth of the Southwest One-Fourth of the Southeast Quarter of Section Twelve (12), Township Sixty-Two (62) North, Range Ten (10) West, Knox County, Missouri, which conveyance was made to Rodney J. Roden- baugh, Trustee, in trust to se- cure the payment of a certain Promissory Note in said Deed of Trust referred to above; and WHEREAS, default was made and still continues to be made in the payment of a cer- tain Promissory Note referred to above, despite the entire unpaid debt on said Promis- sory Note having been de- clared due by the legal holder thereof; NOW THEREFORE, at the request of the legal holder of said Promissory Note and in pursuance of the provisions of said Deed of Trust referred to above, the undersigned Trustee will sell the property above described at public ven- ue, to the highest bidder for cash, at the North door of the Lewis County Courthouse in the City of Monticello, Lewis County, Missouri, on the 30th day of January, 2009, between the hours of 9:00 A.M. and 5:00 P.M., more specifically at the hour of 1:30 P.M., for the purpose of satisfying said indebtedness and the costs of securing the above referenced Deed of Trust. /s/Rodney J. Rodenbaugh Trustee Briscoe, Rodenbaugh & Brannon Attorneys at Law P. O. Box 446 New London, Missouri 63459 Telephone: (573) 985-3411 ATTORNEYS FOR TRUSTEE 1st Pub. Jan. 8, 2009 4t contact the Lewis County Road and Bridge Depart- ment, PO Box 3, Monti- cello, Mo. 63457 or call 573-767-5212. Installation Bids to be opened Janu- ary 29, 2009 at 10:30 a.m. Road Grooming System Bids to be opened January [ Deaths I MAURINE NORTHCRAFT Maurine Northcraft. 89, of Hannibal, Missouri, died Saturday, January 10, 2009, at Hannibal Regional Hospital. Maurine wasborn Jan- uary 5, 1920. in Wyaconda, Missouri to Irwin Lee and Fannie Murdock North- craft. She is survived by nieces; sister, Laura North- craft S S N D of Streator, Ill.; Margaret "Peggy" Northcraft of Hannibal; Rebecca (Jerry) Dean of Des Haines, II.: and Mary " Jonni" (Mike) Creger of Palmyra; Nephews; James (Judy) Northcraft of Dalton, Ohio; and Clay Northcraft of Lake Worth, Fla.; Ten great nieces and nephews and five great great nieces and nephews. She was preceded in death by her parents, a brother, Milton Northcraft. and a niece, Mary Virginia Northcraft. Mrs. Northcraft worked ROBERT HUEBOTTER Robert D. "Danny" Huebotter, Sr., 66, Lew- istown. Mo.. died Janu- ary 10, 2009, at the Lewis County Nursing Home in Canton. Mo. Bom October 26• 1942, in Quincy, Ii1., the son of Harold and Dorothy Brown Huebotter. He married Bille Ev- ans on June 23, 1962, in the Queen of Peace Church in Ewing and were married 29 years. He was of the Baptist faith. He graduated for Lewistown High School in 1960. He retired from R.E.C. after 35 years. He was a member of the I.B .E.W. Local No. 2, Can- ton Eagles Club Arie 1800, River Valley Country Club, Lewistown Volunteer Fire Department, past president and charter member of the Highland Booster Cldb, and served as alderman on the Lewistown City Coun- cil. He was an avid St. Lou- is Cardinal's fan. Surviving are two sons, Bob Huebotter and wife, Joy, Warrensburg, Mo., Mark Huebotter and wife. Jeanette. Quincy, II1., a daughter, Jolinn Neisen and husband, Adam, Fowl- er, Ill. Also survivng are sev- en grandchildren, Aaron Hayden, Angie Chapman, Andy Hayden, Alexa Hue- botter, Alek Huebotter, Sean Huebotter and Taylor Huebotter; and five step- great-grandchildren. Also surviving are a sisters, Mrs. Darlene Bier- sterfeld, Lewistown, Mo., and Cindy Leftwich and husband, Rusty, Lewis- town; and a brother, Gene Huebotter and wife, Betty, LaBelle,and several nieces and nephews. He was preceded in death by his parents and a sister, Linda Caley. Visitation will be held January 14 from 4-8:00 p.m. at Axnold's Funeral Home in Lewistown. Funeral services will be held January 15, 2009, at Arnold Funeral Home in Lewistown with Rev. Tim Smith officiating. Re- corded musical selections will be 'Amazing Grace' and 'Go Rest High on that The Missouri State Highway Patrol, Troop B, reports the following ar- rest. Dennis M. Kroencke, 39, LaGrange, Mo., was ar- rested on January 6, 2009, in Monroe County, on charges of resisting by flee- rag, speeding, no drivers license. i 29, 2009, at 11:00 a.m. We reserve the right to reject any and all bids. 1st. Pub. Jan 15, 2009 it for Mrs. Fabiola Moorman in Quincy for several years. She was a graduate of Wy- aconda High School. She was a member of the Amer- ican Legion Auxiliary and the V. F. W. Auxiliary and was one of the founding members of the American Legion Post in La Grange, Mo. She was a member of the First Christian Church in Palmyra• Visitation is from 5-7 p.m. Thursday, January 15, 2009, at the Lewis Brothers Funeral Chapel. Funeral services are 10:00 a.m. Friday, Janu- ary 16, 2009 at the Lewis Brothers Funeral Chapel in Palmyra. Rev. Drew Sutor will officiate• Interment will be in the Wyaconda Cemetery in Wyaconda, Mo.. Memorial contribu- tions may be made to First Christian Church in Pal- myra. Online Condolences may be made at www.lew- isbrothersfuneralchapel. corn MoUntain'. Burial will be in Lew- istown Cemetery. Pallbearers are Kim Smith, Jack Crist, David Cox, Kenny Stice, Lester Cary, Justin Turner. Hon- orary bearers are Wayne Stinson, Francis Benson and Leland Phillips. Memorials may be made to the Blessing Can- cer Center or to the Lewis County Nursing Home. Online condolences may be left at www.ar- noldsfuneralhome.net 2008 Flood Books • may be purchased at The Press-News Journal or at ?'00Priinbs Restaurant in Canton. nl Births Reigan Alexei Delane Co- lombo.. Grandparents are David and Heather Paul and Denise Dykstra, (Dykstra) Colombo, Loves Canton, Mo., Diana Fassi, Park, Ill., are the parents Moyock, N.C. and the late of a daughter, bom De- Donald Colombo. Great- cember 31, 2008, at Bless- grandmother is Mary Yack- ing Hospital in Quincy, Ill. ley, Maywood, Mo. She She weighed eight pounds, joins a brother, Xander. 11 ounces has been named Justin and Holly Hoff- roll and Marsha Hoffman, man, Patoka, II1., are the Canton, Mo., and Tim and parents of daughter, born Vicky Dickerson, Durham. December 15, 2008, at St. The Great-grandparents are Joseph Hospital, Breese, Ill. Lester Hoffman, Canton; She weighed seven pounds, Duane and Norma Trum- 13 ounces, and has been blee, Canton; and Donald named Leah Florence. and Joan Powers, Durham Grandparents are Car- She joins a sister, Alainah. Carrie Simmons and Andy Strong, Knox City, Mo., are the parents of a daughter, born Decem- ber 23, 2008, at Blessing Hospital, Quincy, Ill. She weighed eight pounds, six ounces, and has been named Adison Bren Strong• Grandparents are Art and Roena Simmons, Newark, Mo., and Dave and Con- nie Lawson, Baring, Mo. The Great-grandparents are Glenn and Betty Simmons, LaBelle, Bill and JoAnn Echtemacht, of Leonard, Mo., and Wanetha Huse, Newark, Mo. She joins a brother, Dillan. We would like to thank those that attended our 50th wedding anniversary cel- ebration, for the gifts and cards and making our an- niversary so special. A special thanks to Vanessa and Jim, Rick and Sharon and families for hosting the reception, it meant so much to us and your thoughtfulness made it even more. Thanks, Bruce and Lois Hinton Card of Thanks I After several weeks of confinement, we would like to thank our family and friends for visits, cards, letters, food and bringing wood• Thanks• Elmo and Vivian Tuley Press-News Journal NEWS is our middle name Thank You Kamhall Mi00=. M=.o. r ll m l l l l l l l l l l l  | Lewis County Road & Bridge Department Contact Information [ If you need assistance with your county road after normal business hours | during inclement weather only, please call our office at 573-767-5212. ] | Your call will be forwarded to our Road Supervisor for assistance. | The Lewis County Road & Bridge Department office hours are I Monday - Friday from 8 a.m. until 4 p.m. I I During good weather after normal business hours, a message can be left on our an- I ] swering machine and your call will be retumed the next business day. i As always, please feel free to contact thecommissioner with concerns or problems. I I Nancy Goehl Presiding Commissioner 573-494-3342 I Jesse Roberts Southern Commissioner 573-494-3633 ] I John Campen Northern Commissioner 573-767-5255 | nw 2-4 NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC Mark Twain Communications Company is a quality telecommunications services provider who provides basic and enhanced services at reasonable rates within its service territory. Basic services are offered at the following rates: Single Party Residence Service Single Party Business Service Single Party Residence Service Using GTE Facilities Single Party Business Service Using GTE Facilities Federal Subscriber Line Charge-Single Line Tone Dial Service Toll Blocking Monthly Rate $ 6.25 $12.75 $47.60 $54.10 $ 6.50 No Charge $5.00 (See Note) Directory Assistance - The first three direct dialed calls per month are free, each ad- ditional direct dialed call is charged $.50 per request. Emergency 911 Services - Surcharges for 911 services are assessed according to government assessments. Low-income individuals eligible for Lifeline and Link-Up telephone assistance pro- grams may be eligible for discounts from these basic local charges through state specified telephone assistance plans. Basic seices are offered to all consumers in the Mark Twain Communications Company service territories at the rates, terms and conditions specified in the Com- pany's tariffs. If you have any questions regarding the Company's services, please call us at 1-877-682-2835, or visit our business office at Hurdland, Missouri for further information regarding our services. Note - Toll Blocking is available at no charge for low-income customers that qualify. nw3 • . ,[ ..............