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,3 I i ! ( t ! ! , ! FOR THE RECORD PUBLIC NOTICE Statement Of Formation Of Limited Partnership Lewistown Apartments, a Missouri Limited Partnership, hereby gives public notice of the formation of such limited partnership as required by 359.020, RSMo.. 1978. as amended, and further hereby gives notice that the amount to have been contributed by each of the limited partners has been actually in good faith paid, as specified m thcCertfficate of Partnership which is recorded in Lewis County, Missouri, at Book 276, Page 591, the actual amount of the contribution by each limited partner is $6,597.75. Lewistown Apartments by: -s-J. William Holliday -s-J. V. Norton -s-Stephen G. Owsley -s-Murray L. Childers 1st Pub. Feb. 14 2t Notice Of Letters Granted In The Circuit Court Of Lewis County, Missouri Probate Division In the estate of Delpha L. Brown, deceased. Estate No. CV7854P To all persons interested in the estate 'of Delpha L. Brown, deceased. Qn February 6, 1985, {the Last Will'" of decedent having been admitted to probate) Johny Leon Miller and Trudy Darlene Roberts were appointed personal representatives of the estate of Delpha L. Brown, deceased, by the Probate Division of the Circuit Court of Lewis County, Missouri. The business address of the personal representatives are P.O. Box 348, Durham. Mo. 63438. and 206 Main Street. Ewing, Mo. 63440, and the attorney is Fred L. Westhoff whose business address and phone number are P.O. Box 308, Canton, ,Mo. 63435 (314) 298-4461. All creditors of said decedent/are notified to file claims in court within six months from the date of the first publication of this notice or be forever barred. Judy Hartley, Clerk Ist Pub. Feb. 14 4t Notice Of Substitute Trustee's Sale Whereas, Leland DeanC'Yiiiifall d Mary Crandall, his wife. by their Deed of Trust dated the 6th day of March, 1980, and recorded in the Recorder's each of the limited partners has been actually in good faith paid, as specified cello, Mo. Sealed bids to be in the Certificate of Partnership which to: Lewis County Clerk, P,O. Box is recorded in Lewis County, Missouri. Monticello, Mo. 63457. Bids to be " at Book 276, page 594. the actual openedat 10:00a.m March4, 1985, in Deaths amount of the contribution by each County Clerk's office. limited partner is $3.552.50. LaGrange Apartments by: -s-J. William Holliday -s-J. V. Norton -s-Stephen G Owsley -s-Murray L. Childers 1st Pub. Feb. 21 2t Notice of Filth g Of Final Settlement And Petition For Distribution R.S. Mo. Jan. 1981 In The Circuit Court Of Lewis County, Missouri, Probate Division At Monticello In the estate of Harvey Lyle Michel. deceased. Estate No. CV784-50P To all persons interested in the estate of Harvey Lyle Michel, deceased: You are hereby notified that the undersigned personal representative will file a final settlement and petition for determination of the persons who are the successors in interest to the personal-real property of the decedent and of the extent and character of their interest therein and for distribu- tion of such property, in the Probate Division of the Circuit Court of Lewis County, Missouri, on March 8. 1985, or as may be continued by the court, and that any objections or exceptions to such final settlement or petition or any item thereof must he in writing and filed within twenty days after the filing of such final settlement. -s-Dennis W. Smith, Attorney P.O. Box 308. Canton, Mo. 63435 Tele. No. (314) 2884461 -s-Mary V. Michel. personal representative LaBelle. Mo. 63447 1st Pub. Feb. 7 4t 1st Pub. Feb. 21 & Obituaries Notice Of Filing Of Final Settlement And Petition For Distribution RS.Mo. Jan. 1981 In The Circuit Court Of Lewis County, Missouri Proba te Di vision At Monticello In the estate of James E. Nunn, deceased. Estate No. CV784-7P To all persons interested in the estate of James E. Nunn, deceased: You are hereby notified that the undersigned personil representative will file a final settlement and petition for determination of the persons who are "the successors in interest to the personal-real property of the decedent and of the extent and character of their interest therein and for distribu- tion of such property, in the Probate Division of the Circuit Court of Lewis County, Missouri, on April 4, 1985, or as may be continued by the court, and that any objections or exceptions to such final settlement or petition or any item thereof must be in writing and filed within twenty days after the fil- ing of the final settlement. -s-Fred L. Westhoff, Attorney P.O Box 308, Canton, Mo. 63435 Tele. No. (314)288-4461 -s-Nancy A. Tiemann, Personal Representative RR I, Box 232 LaGrange, Mo. 63448 1st Pub. Feb. 21 4t Pearl Danforth Pearl Danforth, 80, of rural Wil liamstown, died Tuesday, Feb. 12 1985, in St. Mary Hospital in Quinc after an illness of several years. Pearl Daniel Danforth was born Dec 29, 1904, at Nceper, a son of Josep| and Margaret Coney Danforth. H{ married Doris Coons June 18, 1950, al Williamstown. Mr. Danforth was a retired carpenter, and was employec his last 18 years by Janney Construc. tion of Canton. He was a member ol the Providence Baptist Church near Williamstown. Survivors include his wife: a sister, Mrs. Monta Gosney of Williamstown; and other relatives. He was preceded in death by his parents, five brothers and five sisters. Funeral services were held Thurs- day in Providence Baptist Church, conducted by the Rev. Ted Davis and the Rev. Ernest Deatrick. Music was furnished by Mrs. Barbara Ewart with Mrs. Dora Mae Deatrick as accompan- tst. Pall bearers were Kirk Brown, Jimmy Coons, Danny Brennan, Robert Lasswell. Denny Danforth and George Pearl, Jr. Burial was in the church cemetery. Notice Of Filing Of Final Settlement And Petition For Distribution R.S.Mo. Jan. 1981 Hilda Bosse Miss Hilda Bosse, 85, of Quincy, died Thursday, Feb. 14, 1985, in Blessing Press-News Journal, Canton, Mo., Thursday, February 21, Goldie Dooley , Goldie Dooley. 71, of LaGrange. formerly of Camp Point. died Friday, Feb. 15, 1985, in her home. Goldie L. Dooley was born Aug. 8, 1913, in Muskogee. Okla., the daughter of John and Maude Webb Bean. She was a member of the Presbyterian Church. She married Raymond Dooley in Muskogee on Nov. 8, 1943. He died Dec. 9. 1983. Survivors include three daughters. drs. Larry Beebe of LaGrange. Mrs. BI ;tephen Rigg of Decatur. and Mrs. Yanda Chesnutt of Camp Point: two }rothers, Roy Bean of Arkansas, and Lay Bean of Washingtom three ;isters. Mrs. Duane Cays, Mrs. {enneth Balsar and Mrs. Sylvia Narren of Cottage Grove. Ore.: 13 grandchildren: ll great grandchil- lien; and other relatives. She was also }receded in death by her parents, a 3rother and a sister. Funeral services were held Monday .n Duker and Haugh Funeral Home, :onducted by the Rev. George Tomko. Burial was in Quincy Memorial Park. Andrew Brown Andrew Brown, 71, of Akron, la., .:ormerly of Lewistown, died Monday, Feb. 11, 1985, in the Akron Hospital. Andrew Richard Brown was bern Sept. 20, 1913, in Lewistown, a son of Edward and Leona Allen Brown. He married Pearl Nitzschke Dec. 22, 1940, m Aremsen, Ia. Mr. Brown farmed from 1936 to 1967 near Akron and had received his education in Lewistown schools. He was a member of the Immanuel Lutheran Church in Akron and the leader of a 4-H group. Survivors incude his wife; a son. Alen. Brown of Akron; a daughter. Mrs. Roger Fletcher of Sioux City, Ia. : two brothers. Allen Brown and Ernest Brown, both of Lewistown; a sister, Mrs. Gertrude White of Clearwater, Mr. and Mrs, City are Jan. 16. She and has been Mrs. Wills is daughter of Stiles of of Lewisto;n is and Mrs. C. C. grandmother. Re lds for sheriff's de recent items County Court of! The for bids in the Quincy suggested by The match the cost of 200 ton 10-20 mile The the apopintment Dispatcher-de Feb. 2. Jim Coldicott sion about being county for the commis,, Mexico Feb. 7 to of the Audrain The resolution to ask { declare Statement Of Formation Of Limited Partnership LaGrange Apartments, a Missouri Limited Partnership, hereby gives public notice of the formation of such limited partnership as required-by 359.020, RSMo., 1978, as amended, and further hereby gives notice that the amount to have been contributed by Notice Of Trustee's Sale Whereas, Richard C. Friedhoff and Myrtle W. Friedhoff. husband and wife, by their Deed of Trust dated the 20th day of November. 1981, recorded in the Recorder's Office for Lewis County, Missouri, on. the 9th day of December, 1981, in Book 272, at Page 4851, conveyed to Jerry M. Dance, Trustee, the following described real estate in Lewis _County, Missouri, to-wit: Lots Six (6) and Seven {7). in Block Office for Lewis County, Missouri, in Book 272, at Page 4273. conveyed to Jack N. Bohm, Trustee for Beneficial Finance Company of Illinois, Inc., the of said note, despite the entire unpaid following described property, situated balance on said note having been in the County of Lewis, State of .declared due by the legal holder Missouri. to-wit: thereof: and, the legal holder of said All of Block Seven (7) in Fisher and note having requested the undersigned, Smith's addition to the Town of Jerry M. Dance, Trustee in said Deed LaBeile, Lewis County, Missouri, of Trust. to exercise and execute the which said conveyance was made to power of sale in him vested by the said Jack N. Bohm. Trustee, in trust, terms of said Deed of Trust: to secure the payment of one certain Notice is. therefore, hereby, given note in said Deed of Trust described, "that the undersigned Trustee. Jerry M. and: Dance, will on Friday, the 1st day of Whereas, it is provided in and by the March, 1985, between the hours of nine terms of said Deed of Trust, that if the o'clock in the forenoon and five o'clock holder of the note shall desire a sale, in the afternoon, more particularly at and that by instrument properly one-thirty o'clock in the afternoon of 'executed, acknowledged, and filed for that day, at the front door of the record in the office of the' Recorder of courthouse, in the town of Monticello, Deeds, for any reason satisfactory to Lewis Cotinty, Missouri, sell the itself, beneficiary may appoint a above-described property at public Substitute Trustee who from and after vendue to the highest bidder for cash, the filing of such instrument in the terms of the sale cash. and for the Recorder's Office shall have and purpose of satisfying said indebtedness posse, ss all of the powers, authorities and costs of securing this trust. and duties vested in the original Jerry M. Dance, Trustee Trustee: and, 1st Pub. Feb. 7 4t Whereas, I, Jules V. I)eCost'er, the unersigned Substitute Trustee was In The Circuit Court Of duly appointed Substitute Trustee in Lewis County, Missouri accordance with the terms of said Probate Division Deed of Trust. by instrument dated the R.S.Mo. Jan. 1981 22rid day of January, 1985, and In the estate of Henry Herzog, recorded in the Recorder's Office for deceased. Estate No. CV763-59P Lewis CoUnty, Missouri. in Book 276, at Notice Of Filing Of Final Page 583 on the 29th day of January, Settlement And Petition 1985; and, For Distribution Whereas, default was made and still To all persons interested in the estate continues in the payment of said note; "of Henry Herzog, deceased: Now, therefore, at the request of the You are hereby notified that the holder of said not, I, Jules V. undersigned personal representative DeCoster, the undersigned Trustee, will file a final settlement and petition acting as Substitute Trustee and in for determination of the persons who and instead of the above-named are the successors in interest to the appointed in and by said Deed personal-real property of the decedent Trust, in pursuance of the powers to and of the extent and character of given by said Deed of Trust and their interest therein and for distribu- as Substitute Trustee will finn of such property, in the Probate the property above-described at Division of the Circuit Court of Lewis vendue to the highest bidder for County, Missouri on March 7, 1985, or the north, front door of the as may be continuel by the court, and in the Town of Monticello, that any objections or exceptions to Missouri, on Friday, such final settlement or petition or any 1985, between the hours of item thereof must be in writing and 9:00 a and 5:00 p.m. and filed within twenty days after the filing specifically at l:0O p.m. for the of such final settlement. purpose of satisfying said debt, costs Tom B. Brown, Attorney "and expenses provided therein. Terms Box 40, Fxdina, Mo. 63537 of sale, cash in hand. Vera Herzog, Jules V. DeCoster, Substitute Trustee Personal Repres.entative 1st Pub, Feb. 7 4t Route 2. Box 59, Ewing, Mo. 63440 1st Pub. Jan. 31 4t In the Circuit Court Of Lewis County, Missouri Probate Division In the estate of Carroll Dale Stewart, deceased. Estate No. CV784-41P To all persons interested in the estate of Carroll Dale Stewart, deceased: You are hereby notified that the undersigned personal representative will file a final settlement and petition for determination of the persons who are the successors in interest to the personaLreal property of the decedent and of the extent and character of Seven (7), in the original Town .of their interest therein and for distribu- wi$ - tion of such- ro rt " ' wmcn conveyance was made to Jetry utvlslon m me Ctrcuit Court of Lv M. Dance, in trust to secure the Count),, Missouri, on March 22, 1985, " payment of a certain Promissory Note as may be continued by the court, and in said Deed of Trust described: and that any objections or exceptions to Whereas, default was made and still such final settlemen! or petition or any continues to be made in the payment item thereof must be in writing and filed within twenty days after the filing of such final settlement. Notice Lewis County, Missouri. will be accepting bids for Two-Way Radio Communications Equipment for the Sheriff's Department. For details or. specifications, contact Lewis_ County Missouri Sheriff's Department. Monti- J. Patrick Wheeler, Attorney 314 North Eleventh Street Canton, Mo. 63435 Tele. No2 314-288-5271 s-s Nancy S. Feldkamp, Personal Representative 1819 Jersey Quincy, Ill. 62301 1st Pub. Feb. 1 4t CARDS OF THANKS Hospital, Quincy. Hilda M. Bosse was born in Quincy May 26, 1899, the daughter of John and Lizzie Thenhouse losse. She was a member of Salem United Church of Christ. Survivors include two nephews, Jack Bosse of Maywood and Clarence Bosse of Quincy; and two nieces. She was preceded in death by her parents, and four brothers. Pall bearers were Earl Monk, Robert Funeral services were held Saturday Klemme, Lee Gevesbausen, Willie in the Zehender Robinson Stormer Huebner, Jerry Olson and Darcy Cookson Funeral Home- in Quincy, Fletcher. Honorary pall bearers were eonducted by the Rev. Robert Jacobs. Stanley Anderson, Peter Weyer, Burial was in Greenmount Cemetery, Embert Klemme. Lloyd Fickbohm and Robert Torbert Robert Paul Torbert of Concordia of Bella Vista, Ark., died Tuesday, Jan. 29, 1985, at the Springdale, Ark., Memorial Hospital after a long illness involving heart surgery, Fla.; five grandchildren: and other relatives. He was preceded in death by his parents, a grandson and a brother. Funeral services were held Thurs- day in the Immanual Lutheran Church, conducted by the Rev. Bearnard Nelson. Burial was in Riverside Cemetery of Akron. Music was furnished by Robert" Brown with Carol Harris at the organ. John and Mary Pickell Torhert. The family moved later to a small farm near Altamont where the father had a carpenter shop and he attended Altamont Industrial Arts School before enrolling in the Chillicothe Business College in Missouri. After receiving his business degree, Mr. Torhert was employed in St. Louis with the US Government Army Material Command as a systems analyst. After 41 years, he retired and moved with his wife, Robin Hawkins to Louise Cummins Mrs. Louise Cummins, 79, of LaHarpe, died Saturday, Feb. 16, 1985, in the LaHarpe Extended Care Facility. Louise T. Cummins was born Oct. 1. Robert Torhert was born in Edna, 1905, near Webster, a daughter of Kan., Aug. 12, 1909, the only child 'of , Burns and Lutie Long Mosley. She Bella Vista, Ark., from Brentweod, CARD OF THANKS Mo., where they had lived for 50 years. We wish to thank each and everyone In Brentwood, he had served as of you for your kindnesses and treasurer of the school board, sympathy during the illness and death president of 'the Optimist Club, served of Aunt Cora Thrasher. on the board of directors of the Nieces and'Nephews of Federal Credit Union of Brentwood, Cora Thrasher was active in the Boy Scouts .and Indian Guides. He was a member of CARD OF THANKS the Third Baptist Church in St. Louis We, the family of John Derksen, where he was a deacon and chairman express our gratitude for the love and of the audio-visual program. In Bella concern shown to us during his Vista, he belonged to AARP and the hospital stay, time at home, and at the organization of National Retired time of his death. For the visits, cards Federal Employees, the Western and letters, flowers, phone calls, Round Dance Club, the Nine Hole Golf memorials to the Gideons and the Ass'n, and Bella Vista Baptist Church Heart Fund, the joint dinner served by where he was in charge of the the Mt. Olivet and Community audio-visual program and a member of Churches, food brought to the house, the Friendship Sunday School class. for any acts and words of comfort, we Survivors include his wife of 53 thank you. Words are inadequate to years; a daughter, Jacquelyn Anne express all that is in our hearts, but Torhert of Piano, Tex.; two sons, please know how much we appreciate James Robert of Piano, and John every kindness." Please continue to Thomas of Des Moines; six grandchil- hold us up in prayer, dren; a brother-in-law, James K. Erma Dee Derksen & Family Hawkins of Canton; two sisters-in-law, CARD OF THANKS Mary Hazel Powell of Canton and We wish to thank our dear friends, Mildred Bohon of St. James; and other neighbors and relatives for their loving relatives. expressions of sympathy at the loss of A family service at Bentonville, our precious Ben. Your gifts of' Ark., Chapel, followed by interment in flowers, food, memorial contributions, Benton County Memorial Park, Rog- mass intentions, and your comforting ers. Ark., was held Jan. 31, conducted visits and cards will always be y the Rev. George O'Neel. Pall remembered. Your heartfelt under- bearers were Harold Gladson, Jim standing and prayers have been a Weatherby; Austin Brockway, Percy source of great comfort. Engel, Albert Achrader and James Mike and Debby Whiston and Hawkins. The Family of Ben Whistn On Feb. 1, a memorial service was CARD OF THANKS held at the Bel]a Vista Baptist Church Thanks so much for all the prayers, With the pastor, Rev. O'Neel in charge. cards, visitors and rPaStors and calls Church music director Don Wright while I was in the hospital. fith Mrs. Wright at the organ, led the + Mrs. Carl Gottreu enmr. After the family greeted the large CARD OF THANKS cowd that attended the service, the I want to thank Sandy Kearns Women of the church served dinner for and the Deter's' employees, for the them in the dining room. Since recent surprise birthday party for me, Blizzards and zero weather had made and my friends and neighbors gifts and travel hazardous, most of the relatives telephone calls., had to remain in Bella Vista a day or + Marie Mason two longer. married Clinton Tucker in November, 1927, in Macomb. He died in 1943. She married Charles Cummins in Septem- her, 1944, in West Point, Ia. He died June 25, 1977. Mrs. Cummins lived in Fdrt Madison, Ia., and Dallas City for many years before moving to LaHarpe in 1978. Survivors include a son, Casey Tucker of Muncie, Ind.; a step son, Jamie Cummins of Kansas City; two step daughters, Virginia Geisendorfer of Lewistown, and Farmie Ramos of Leawood, Kan.; three grandchildren; several step grandchildren and step great grandchildren; and other J'ela- tires. Funeral services were held Tuesday in the Banks and Seals Funeral Home in LaHarpe, conducted by the Rev. Mary Boyer. Cremation rites will be accorded. IN MEMORY In loving memory of Evelyn Washburn God came and took you from us one year ago. We know you are eased from your suffering, Death is a heartache that no one can heal, but memories are treasurers, we will remember no matter how long. Your vacancy can never be filled. You are still with us. We will carry on until God calls us hme wheRwe will meet again, and rejoice. Rest in peace dear love. Sincerely missed by Husband, Sons and Daughter Cason, Huff & Schlueter" Barb Wolf meyer 113 r. 5th St. Canton, MO Phone 288-5971 Check our LOW RATES FOR ALL YOUR economic depressed The com resolution community funding. *- The co treasurer to Hetzler and for trucking supplies for the The cot bid for financial Star, followin from LaBelle -Jouraal., The LaBelle newspaper their paper only, papers. The submitted bids paper and $3,900 and inch above that. (The Missouri lists The circulation of Journal with The comm public hearing Clark County sioner Roy would benefit Nursing Home, business would create em J. D. McC contacted FHA and said if the water district new hookups, protection for the The commi motion to pay employees $5 Colene Lay and receive 10 The day and Thu Clerk's office. re find a We Mic] $394! We can't this. but in customers out of 4 refunds own taxes. What 430 Mon.-Fri.. After hours Inside h ,3 I i ! ( t ! ! , ! FOR THE RECORD PUBLIC NOTICE Statement Of Formation Of Limited Partnership Lewistown Apartments, a Missouri Limited Partnership, hereby gives public notice of the formation of such limited partnership as required by 359.020, RSMo.. 1978. as amended, and further hereby gives notice that the amount to have been contributed by each of the limited partners has been actually in good faith paid, as specified m thcCertfficate of Partnership which is recorded in Lewis County, Missouri, at Book 276, Page 591, the actual amount of the contribution by each limited partner is $6,597.75. Lewistown Apartments by: -s-J. William Holliday -s-J. V. Norton -s-Stephen G. Owsley -s-Murray L. Childers 1st Pub. Feb. 14 2t Notice Of Letters Granted In The Circuit Court Of Lewis County, Missouri Probate Division In the estate of Delpha L. Brown, deceased. Estate No. CV7854P To all persons interested in the estate 'of Delpha L. Brown, deceased. Qn February 6, 1985, {the Last Will'" of decedent having been admitted to probate) Johny Leon Miller and Trudy Darlene Roberts were appointed personal representatives of the estate of Delpha L. Brown, deceased, by the Probate Division of the Circuit Court of Lewis County, Missouri. The business address of the personal representatives are P.O. Box 348, Durham. Mo. 63438. and 206 Main Street. Ewing, Mo. 63440, and the attorney is Fred L. Westhoff whose business address and phone number are P.O. Box 308, Canton, ,Mo. 63435 (314) 298-4461. All creditors of said decedent/are notified to file claims in court within six months from the date of the first publication of this notice or be forever barred. Judy Hartley, Clerk Ist Pub. Feb. 14 4t Notice Of Substitute Trustee's Sale Whereas, Leland DeanC'Yiiiifall d Mary Crandall, his wife. by their Deed of Trust dated the 6th day of March, 1980, and recorded in the Recorder's each of the limited partners has been actually in good faith paid, as specified cello, Mo. Sealed bids to be in the Certificate of Partnership which to: Lewis County Clerk, P,O. Box is recorded in Lewis County, Missouri. Monticello, Mo. 63457. Bids to be " at Book 276, page 594. the actual openedat 10:00a.m March4, 1985, in Deaths amount of the contribution by each County Clerk's office. limited partner is $3.552.50. LaGrange Apartments by: -s-J. William Holliday -s-J. V. Norton -s-Stephen G Owsley -s-Murray L. Childers 1st Pub. Feb. 21 2t Notice of Filth g Of Final Settlement And Petition For Distribution R.S. Mo. Jan. 1981 In The Circuit Court Of Lewis County, Missouri, Probate Division At Monticello In the estate of Harvey Lyle Michel. deceased. Estate No. CV784-50P To all persons interested in the estate of Harvey Lyle Michel, deceased: You are hereby notified that the undersigned personal representative will file a final settlement and petition for determination of the persons who are the successors in interest to the personal-real property of the decedent and of the extent and character of their interest therein and for distribu- tion of such property, in the Probate Division of the Circuit Court of Lewis County, Missouri, on March 8. 1985, or as may be continued by the court, and that any objections or exceptions to such final settlement or petition or any item thereof must he in writing and filed within twenty days after the filing of such final settlement. -s-Dennis W. Smith, Attorney P.O. Box 308. Canton, Mo. 63435 Tele. No. (314) 2884461 -s-Mary V. Michel. personal representative LaBelle. Mo. 63447 1st Pub. Feb. 7 4t 1st Pub. Feb. 21 & Obituaries Notice Of Filing Of Final Settlement And Petition For Distribution RS.Mo. Jan. 1981 In The Circuit Court Of Lewis County, Missouri Proba te Di vision At Monticello In the estate of James E. Nunn, deceased. Estate No. CV784-7P To all persons interested in the estate of James E. Nunn, deceased: You are hereby notified that the undersigned personil representative will file a final settlement and petition for determination of the persons who are "the successors in interest to the personal-real property of the decedent and of the extent and character of their interest therein and for distribu- tion of such property, in the Probate Division of the Circuit Court of Lewis County, Missouri, on April 4, 1985, or as may be continued by the court, and that any objections or exceptions to such final settlement or petition or any item thereof must be in writing and filed within twenty days after the fil- ing of the final settlement. -s-Fred L. Westhoff, Attorney P.O Box 308, Canton, Mo. 63435 Tele. No. (314)288-4461 -s-Nancy A. Tiemann, Personal Representative RR I, Box 232 LaGrange, Mo. 63448 1st Pub. Feb. 21 4t Pearl Danforth Pearl Danforth, 80, of rural Wil liamstown, died Tuesday, Feb. 12 1985, in St. Mary Hospital in Quinc after an illness of several years. Pearl Daniel Danforth was born Dec 29, 1904, at Nceper, a son of Josep| and Margaret Coney Danforth. H{ married Doris Coons June 18, 1950, al Williamstown. Mr. Danforth was a retired carpenter, and was employec his last 18 years by Janney Construc. tion of Canton. He was a member ol the Providence Baptist Church near Williamstown. Survivors include his wife: a sister, Mrs. Monta Gosney of Williamstown; and other relatives. He was preceded in death by his parents, five brothers and five sisters. Funeral services were held Thurs- day in Providence Baptist Church, conducted by the Rev. Ted Davis and the Rev. Ernest Deatrick. Music was furnished by Mrs. Barbara Ewart with Mrs. Dora Mae Deatrick as accompan- tst. Pall bearers were Kirk Brown, Jimmy Coons, Danny Brennan, Robert Lasswell. Denny Danforth and George Pearl, Jr. Burial was in the church cemetery. Notice Of Filing Of Final Settlement And Petition For Distribution R.S.Mo. Jan. 1981 Hilda Bosse Miss Hilda Bosse, 85, of Quincy, died Thursday, Feb. 14, 1985, in Blessing Press-News Journal, Canton, Mo., Thursday, February 21, Goldie Dooley , Goldie Dooley. 71, of LaGrange. formerly of Camp Point. died Friday, Feb. 15, 1985, in her home. Goldie L. Dooley was born Aug. 8, 1913, in Muskogee. Okla., the daughter of John and Maude Webb Bean. She was a member of the Presbyterian Church. She married Raymond Dooley in Muskogee on Nov. 8, 1943. He died Dec. 9. 1983. Survivors include three daughters. drs. Larry Beebe of LaGrange. Mrs. BI ;tephen Rigg of Decatur. and Mrs. Yanda Chesnutt of Camp Point: two }rothers, Roy Bean of Arkansas, and Lay Bean of Washingtom three ;isters. Mrs. Duane Cays, Mrs. {enneth Balsar and Mrs. Sylvia Narren of Cottage Grove. Ore.: 13 grandchildren: ll great grandchil- lien; and other relatives. She was also }receded in death by her parents, a 3rother and a sister. Funeral services were held Monday .n Duker and Haugh Funeral Home, :onducted by the Rev. George Tomko. Burial was in Quincy Memorial Park. Andrew Brown Andrew Brown, 71, of Akron, la., .:ormerly of Lewistown, died Monday, Feb. 11, 1985, in the Akron Hospital. Andrew Richard Brown was bern Sept. 20, 1913, in Lewistown, a son of Edward and Leona Allen Brown. He married Pearl Nitzschke Dec. 22, 1940, m Aremsen, Ia. Mr. Brown farmed from 1936 to 1967 near Akron and had received his education in Lewistown schools. He was a member of the Immanuel Lutheran Church in Akron and the leader of a 4-H group. Survivors incude his wife; a son. Alen. Brown of Akron; a daughter. Mrs. Roger Fletcher of Sioux City, Ia. : two brothers. Allen Brown and Ernest Brown, both of Lewistown; a sister, Mrs. Gertrude White of Clearwater, Mr. and Mrs, City are Jan. 16. She and has been Mrs. Wills is daughter of Stiles of of Lewisto;n is and Mrs. C. C. grandmother. Re lds for sheriff's de recent items County Court of! The for bids in the Quincy suggested by The match the cost of 200 ton 10-20 mile The the apopintment Dispatcher-de Feb. 2. Jim Coldicott sion about being county for the commis,, Mexico Feb. 7 to of the Audrain The resolution to ask { declare Statement Of Formation Of Limited Partnership LaGrange Apartments, a Missouri Limited Partnership, hereby gives public notice of the formation of such limited partnership as required-by 359.020, RSMo., 1978, as amended, and further hereby gives notice that the amount to have been contributed by Notice Of Trustee's Sale Whereas, Richard C. Friedhoff and Myrtle W. Friedhoff. husband and wife, by their Deed of Trust dated the 20th day of November. 1981, recorded in the Recorder's Office for Lewis County, Missouri, on. the 9th day of December, 1981, in Book 272, at Page 4851, conveyed to Jerry M. Dance, Trustee, the following described real estate in Lewis _County, Missouri, to-wit: Lots Six (6) and Seven {7). in Block Office for Lewis County, Missouri, in Book 272, at Page 4273. conveyed to Jack N. Bohm, Trustee for Beneficial Finance Company of Illinois, Inc., the of said note, despite the entire unpaid following described property, situated balance on said note having been in the County of Lewis, State of .declared due by the legal holder Missouri. to-wit: thereof: and, the legal holder of said All of Block Seven (7) in Fisher and note having requested the undersigned, Smith's addition to the Town of Jerry M. Dance, Trustee in said Deed LaBeile, Lewis County, Missouri, of Trust. to exercise and execute the which said conveyance was made to power of sale in him vested by the said Jack N. Bohm. Trustee, in trust, terms of said Deed of Trust: to secure the payment of one certain Notice is. therefore, hereby, given note in said Deed of Trust described, "that the undersigned Trustee. Jerry M. and: Dance, will on Friday, the 1st day of Whereas, it is provided in and by the March, 1985, between the hours of nine terms of said Deed of Trust, that if the o'clock in the forenoon and five o'clock holder of the note shall desire a sale, in the afternoon, more particularly at and that by instrument properly one-thirty o'clock in the afternoon of 'executed, acknowledged, and filed for that day, at the front door of the record in the office of the' Recorder of courthouse, in the town of Monticello, Deeds, for any reason satisfactory to Lewis Cotinty, Missouri, sell the itself, beneficiary may appoint a above-described property at public Substitute Trustee who from and after vendue to the highest bidder for cash, the filing of such instrument in the terms of the sale cash. and for the Recorder's Office shall have and purpose of satisfying said indebtedness posse, ss all of the powers, authorities and costs of securing this trust. and duties vested in the original Jerry M. Dance, Trustee Trustee: and, 1st Pub. Feb. 7 4t Whereas, I, Jules V. I)eCost'er, the unersigned Substitute Trustee was In The Circuit Court Of duly appointed Substitute Trustee in Lewis County, Missouri accordance with the terms of said Probate Division Deed of Trust. by instrument dated the R.S.Mo. Jan. 1981 22rid day of January, 1985, and In the estate of Henry Herzog, recorded in the Recorder's Office for deceased. Estate No. CV763-59P Lewis CoUnty, Missouri. in Book 276, at Notice Of Filing Of Final Page 583 on the 29th day of January, Settlement And Petition 1985; and, For Distribution Whereas, default was made and still To all persons interested in the estate continues in the payment of said note; "of Henry Herzog, deceased: Now, therefore, at the request of the You are hereby notified that the holder of said not, I, Jules V. undersigned personal representative DeCoster, the undersigned Trustee, will file a final settlement and petition acting as Substitute Trustee and in for determination of the persons who and instead of the above-named are the successors in interest to the appointed in and by said Deed personal-real property of the decedent Trust, in pursuance of the powers to and of the extent and character of given by said Deed of Trust and their interest therein and for distribu- as Substitute Trustee will finn of such property, in the Probate the property above-described at Division of the Circuit Court of Lewis vendue to the highest bidder for County, Missouri on March 7, 1985, or the north, front door of the as may be continuel by the court, and in the Town of Monticello, that any objections or exceptions to Missouri, on Friday, such final settlement or petition or any 1985, between the hours of item thereof must be in writing and 9:00 a and 5:00 p.m. and filed within twenty days after the filing specifically at l:0O p.m. for the of such final settlement. purpose of satisfying said debt, costs Tom B. Brown, Attorney "and expenses provided therein. Terms Box 40, Fxdina, Mo. 63537 of sale, cash in hand. Vera Herzog, Jules V. DeCoster, Substitute Trustee Personal Repres.entative 1st Pub, Feb. 7 4t Route 2. Box 59, Ewing, Mo. 63440 1st Pub. Jan. 31 4t In the Circuit Court Of Lewis County, Missouri Probate Division In the estate of Carroll Dale Stewart, deceased. Estate No. CV784-41P To all persons interested in the estate of Carroll Dale Stewart, deceased: You are hereby notified that the undersigned personal representative will file a final settlement and petition for determination of the persons who are the successors in interest to the personaLreal property of the decedent and of the extent and character of Seven (7), in the original Town .of their interest therein and for distribu- wi$ - tion of such- ro rt " ' wmcn conveyance was made to Jetry utvlslon m me Ctrcuit Court of Lv M. Dance, in trust to secure the Count),, Missouri, on March 22, 1985, " payment of a certain Promissory Note as may be continued by the court, and in said Deed of Trust described: and that any objections or exceptions to Whereas, default was made and still such final settlemen! or petition or any continues to be made in the payment item thereof must be in writing and filed within twenty days after the filing of such final settlement. Notice Lewis County, Missouri. will be accepting bids for Two-Way Radio Communications Equipment for the Sheriff's Department. For details or. specifications, contact Lewis_ County Missouri Sheriff's Department. Monti- J. Patrick Wheeler, Attorney 314 North Eleventh Street Canton, Mo. 63435 Tele. No2 314-288-5271 s-s Nancy S. Feldkamp, Personal Representative 1819 Jersey Quincy, Ill. 62301 1st Pub. Feb. 1 4t CARDS OF THANKS Hospital, Quincy. Hilda M. Bosse was born in Quincy May 26, 1899, the daughter of John and Lizzie Thenhouse losse. She was a member of Salem United Church of Christ. Survivors include two nephews, Jack Bosse of Maywood and Clarence Bosse of Quincy; and two nieces. She was preceded in death by her parents, and four brothers. Pall bearers were Earl Monk, Robert Funeral services were held Saturday Klemme, Lee Gevesbausen, Willie in the Zehender Robinson Stormer Huebner, Jerry Olson and Darcy Cookson Funeral Home- in Quincy, Fletcher. Honorary pall bearers were eonducted by the Rev. Robert Jacobs. Stanley Anderson, Peter Weyer, Burial was in Greenmount Cemetery, Embert Klemme. Lloyd Fickbohm and Robert Torbert Robert Paul Torbert of Concordia of Bella Vista, Ark., died Tuesday, Jan. 29, 1985, at the Springdale, Ark., Memorial Hospital after a long illness involving heart surgery, Fla.; five grandchildren: and other relatives. He was preceded in death by his parents, a grandson and a brother. Funeral services were held Thurs- day in the Immanual Lutheran Church, conducted by the Rev. Bearnard Nelson. Burial was in Riverside Cemetery of Akron. Music was furnished by Robert" Brown with Carol Harris at the organ. John and Mary Pickell Torhert. The family moved later to a small farm near Altamont where the father had a carpenter shop and he attended Altamont Industrial Arts School before enrolling in the Chillicothe Business College in Missouri. After receiving his business degree, Mr. Torhert was employed in St. Louis with the US Government Army Material Command as a systems analyst. After 41 years, he retired and moved with his wife, Robin Hawkins to Louise Cummins Mrs. Louise Cummins, 79, of LaHarpe, died Saturday, Feb. 16, 1985, in the LaHarpe Extended Care Facility. Louise T. Cummins was born Oct. 1. Robert Torhert was born in Edna, 1905, near Webster, a daughter of Kan., Aug. 12, 1909, the only child 'of , Burns and Lutie Long Mosley. She Bella Vista, Ark., from Brentweod, CARD OF THANKS Mo., where they had lived for 50 years. We wish to thank each and everyone In Brentwood, he had served as of you for your kindnesses and treasurer of the school board, sympathy during the illness and death president of 'the Optimist Club, served of Aunt Cora Thrasher. on the board of directors of the Nieces and'Nephews of Federal Credit Union of Brentwood, Cora Thrasher was active in the Boy Scouts .and Indian Guides. He was a member of CARD OF THANKS the Third Baptist Church in St. Louis We, the family of John Derksen, where he was a deacon and chairman express our gratitude for the love and of the audio-visual program. In Bella concern shown to us during his Vista, he belonged to AARP and the hospital stay, time at home, and at the organization of National Retired time of his death. For the visits, cards Federal Employees, the Western and letters, flowers, phone calls, Round Dance Club, the Nine Hole Golf memorials to the Gideons and the Ass'n, and Bella Vista Baptist Church Heart Fund, the joint dinner served by where he was in charge of the the Mt. Olivet and Community audio-visual program and a member of Churches, food brought to the house, the Friendship Sunday School class. for any acts and words of comfort, we Survivors include his wife of 53 thank you. Words are inadequate to years; a daughter, Jacquelyn Anne express all that is in our hearts, but Torhert of Piano, Tex.; two sons, please know how much we appreciate James Robert of Piano, and John every kindness." Please continue to Thomas of Des Moines; six grandchil- hold us up in prayer, dren; a brother-in-law, James K. Erma Dee Derksen & Family Hawkins of Canton; two sisters-in-law, CARD OF THANKS Mary Hazel Powell of Canton and We wish to thank our dear friends, Mildred Bohon of St. James; and other neighbors and relatives for their loving relatives. expressions of sympathy at the loss of A family service at Bentonville, our precious Ben. Your gifts of' Ark., Chapel, followed by interment in flowers, food, memorial contributions, Benton County Memorial Park, Rog- mass intentions, and your comforting ers. Ark., was held Jan. 31, conducted visits and cards will always be y the Rev. George O'Neel. Pall remembered. Your heartfelt under- bearers were Harold Gladson, Jim standing and prayers have been a Weatherby; Austin Brockway, Percy source of great comfort. Engel, Albert Achrader and James Mike and Debby Whiston and Hawkins. The Family of Ben Whistn On Feb. 1, a memorial service was CARD OF THANKS held at the Bel]a Vista Baptist Church Thanks so much for all the prayers, With the pastor, Rev. O'Neel in charge. cards, visitors and rPaStors and calls Church music director Don Wright while I was in the hospital. fith Mrs. Wright at the organ, led the + Mrs. Carl Gottreu enmr. After the family greeted the large CARD OF THANKS cowd that attended the service, the I want to thank Sandy Kearns Women of the church served dinner for and the Deter's' employees, for the them in the dining room. Since recent surprise birthday party for me, Blizzards and zero weather had made and my friends and neighbors gifts and travel hazardous, most of the relatives telephone calls., had to remain in Bella Vista a day or + Marie Mason two longer. married Clinton Tucker in November, 1927, in Macomb. He died in 1943. She married Charles Cummins in Septem- her, 1944, in West Point, Ia. He died June 25, 1977. Mrs. Cummins lived in Fdrt Madison, Ia., and Dallas City for many years before moving to LaHarpe in 1978. Survivors include a son, Casey Tucker of Muncie, Ind.; a step son, Jamie Cummins of Kansas City; two step daughters, Virginia Geisendorfer of Lewistown, and Farmie Ramos of Leawood, Kan.; three grandchildren; several step grandchildren and step great grandchildren; and other J'ela- tires. Funeral services were held Tuesday in the Banks and Seals Funeral Home in LaHarpe, conducted by the Rev. Mary Boyer. Cremation rites will be accorded. IN MEMORY In loving memory of Evelyn Washburn God came and took you from us one year ago. We know you are eased from your suffering, Death is a heartache that no one can heal, but memories are treasurers, we will remember no matter how long. Your vacancy can never be filled. You are still with us. We will carry on until God calls us hme wheRwe will meet again, and rejoice. Rest in peace dear love. Sincerely missed by Husband, Sons and Daughter Cason, Huff & Schlueter" Barb Wolf meyer 113 r. 5th St. Canton, MO Phone 288-5971 Check our LOW RATES FOR ALL YOUR economic depressed The com resolution community funding. *- The co treasurer to Hetzler and for trucking supplies for the The cot bid for financial Star, followin from LaBelle -Jouraal., The LaBelle newspaper their paper only, papers. The submitted bids paper and $3,900 and inch above that. (The Missouri lists The circulation of Journal with The comm public hearing Clark County sioner Roy would benefit Nursing Home, business would create em J. D. McC contacted FHA and said if the water district new hookups, protection for the The commi motion to pay employees $5 Colene Lay and receive 10 The day and Thu Clerk's office. re find a We Mic] $394! We can't this. but in customers out of 4 refunds own taxes. What 430 Mon.-Fri.. After hours Inside h