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PRES NEWS JOURNAL, CANTON, MO. Birdhouse project brings check donation to two Organizations The LaGrange Boy Paul Durst also made wren Scouts and the LaGrange houses for the projects. Youth Center each received The bird houses were checks in the amount of sod in the community and $857. The checks were pre- af the entrances of Wal- sented to the organizations Harts in Quincy in Hanni- by Russell Heindselman hal. Boy Scout volunteers during LaGrange Appre- aelped with the building elation Days. and sale of the houses, Heindselman has long which were also available been a supporter of these at the LaGrange Youth groups. Through the sales Center. of bird houses, made Heindselman has built designed by HeindselmaJ, and sold bird houses for this donation was possib , charitable causes for many years. Lewis Co Ru,al Electric leaders tooke co-op czse to Congress Birdhouse proceeds Russell Heindselman presents checks to Albert Branham, representing the boys scouts, and Mary Rosencrans and Sue Ellen Robertson, represent- ing the LaGrange Youth Center. Funds were raised through the sale of birdhouses. Kiwanis had special at recent meeting speaker THURSDAY, MAY21, 2009 - PAGE 7 rial marker program of the National Garden Club, In . honors all persons who hax e served, are serving or will serve in the Armed Forces of the United States. The marker bears the words, Tribute to the Armed For - es of America." The marker will be permanently locate in the Dr. Ellery Memori ) Park at street level later. BLUE STAR BY-WAY MARKER t! Making sure tha: elec- tive members, the timing Visit our tric bills are affordable to of this year's rally couldn't On May 5, Canton ticular concern in carry- LaGrange Garden Club consumers across th.' nation have been better. "This was Kiwanis Club welcomed ing out state mandates forThe LaGrange Garden was the focus of nearly a critical time to be meet- Lewis County Sheriff Da- incarceration of prisoners Club will be dedicating the website at Blue Star By-way Marker 3,000 electric corperative ing with our elected offi- vid Parrish to speak about and keeping vigilant watch during the Flags for Veter- ,,,,,,,,,,,,,o leaders who descmded on cials. They need to hear our the role of the sheriff's of- over probation cases is the ans ceremony on Veterans WWW Washington, D.C. May 4-6 message that rural people rice in law enforcement lack of full funding from Day, May 30, at 5:00 p.m. for a legislative conference can not take another, hike and the responsibilities of the state coffers budgetedThe ceremony will be sponsored by National in their electric bills, said the sheriff in both rural and for those activities. held at the comer of Sixth Rural Electric Cooperative Barry Hart, executive vice municipal jurisdictions. Rates for reimburse- and Monroe Streets in La- 'r z zJ' l Association. !epresenta- president of the Association Sheriff Parrish ex-ment set over a decade ago Grange. The public is in- j uH zul. z z z tives from 900-plus of Missouri Electric Coop- plained the distinctions are notbeingfullyhonored. electric cooperatives visited eratives, between the state highway The Club applauded the in- viCed. Capitol Hill ffices during Missouri's delegation patrol which has respon- tegrity of the sheriff s de- The Blue Star Memo- 'i the confereme to discuss met with their respective sibility for traffic, city po- partment in fulfilling their a wide range of issues, in- U.S. representatives, in- lice who keep the peaceduties even with these hard- - cluding climae change, re- cluding Ike Skelton, Sam in towns or cities, and the ships. newable ene'gy and energy Graves, Jo Ann Emerson,sheriffs office which has re- Canton Kiwanis Club " efficiency,members ofRoy Blunt, Todd Akin, sponsibility for upholding is a service organization Congress. Blaine Luetkemeyer and federal and state law in the that works for a brighter John 3loom, gener- Russ Camahan, and both entire county, future for the children of SATURDAY MAY 30e |0,00 AM i al manag r/CEO; TravisSen. Kit Bond and Sen. Parrish praised his dep- the community. Meetings Sale conducted at the Knox City, NO Community Building.i Mathes, r anager of mem- Claire McCaskill, in ad- uties, noting that they serve are Tuesdays at noon at the mentber serviCeSrehtions,andandgOvern-Ned Ernanuelditin to CleaverUrban legislatorSand Lacy thoughWith greattheirdedicatiOnsalaries comeeVen Gallery,Cantn Area309 LewisArts Councilstreet. ...................... ........... ................................................. 2008 4WD Bush hog 4400 utility vehicle with only 120 hours, JO ! Daggs, drector of Lewis Clay. The cooperative lead- from county monies thatFor more information, call 322 Hydro riding lawn mower; well kept Pony Troy Built tiller;?: County gural Electric Co- ers found a welcome re-are considerably less than club president Rev. Paul operative, Lewistown, were eption and strong support the state revenues which Kinney at 288-3594. garden push plow; walking plow; lawn and garden related items. part ofa52-stronggroupof from the entire Missouri pay for the patrol. Of par- ANTIQUES/COLLECTIBLES rural electric leaders from leadership. .: Extra nice oak sellers cabinet with chocolate slag glass; oak buffe~] Missouri who took part inThe key issues shared with applied pieces; oak princess dresser; oak secretary; oak wasl the annual legislative rally, with elected officials in- stand with towel bar; oak dresser with mirror; walnut twin size an~ With Congress consid- eluded energy efficiency full size beds; Victorian settee; oak 60" C roll top desk; walnu~ eying climate change legis- mandates, climate change knock down wardrobe; (painted) straight front 1930's cabinet; oak.-'[ lation :hat has the potenfal legislation, Rural Utilities 42" roll top desk; oak lamp table with claw and ball feet; pillar oal *,[ to increase the cost of else- Service (RUS) and renew- library table; assorted straight chairs; oak rocker; antique iron babyI tricit for ductile, coop ra- able energy standards, bed; old wooden high chair with tray; walnut oval lamp t ln;' ~" ........ : ": : * several fern stands and pedtfftal tables; oak k tchen dock; 2 ~fir, e--] engine pedal ears,,; 20azey #40 churns; Griswold #9 dutch,~ve~:~ iron kettle; stoneware crocks, jugs, bowls, etc.; assorted adv. pieces.. calendars, tins etc.; Mobil shirts and jackets; several post cards; MAY FLOWERS - Canton R-V Title 1 Dream Team Aladdin and other oil lamps; Dicks beer tray; Lionel train 2037 and.i sponsored a 2nd grade activity night on May 4. The 224E engines and assorted cars; Vintage high top lace up boots]. evning was filled with several fun project, like making collectible books to include Shirley Temple,comic, Jack and JilI,L~ a May basket filled with home made flowers. Pictured childrens and others; Dutch spice jar set; pitcher and bowl set;~,'. are Sue Sutton, Jasimen Licht, Mason Sherwood and aluminum Christmas tree and color wheel; Kirksville and Ft~lJ Matthew Allison Madison milk bottles; metal Pepsi 6 pack carrier; barn lunch pal!;:, Duncan Miller parking meter; old traffic light; Louis Marx army and navy tin target; Hit-N-Run game in box; Wolverine baseball game,;, Texaco fire chief hat, and other toys; several Roy Rogers, Bing;, Crosby, and Howdy Doody records; Germany coo coo clockF. NECAC ACTIOI MONTH - The not-for-profit North- electric Gone with the Wind style lamp; Soldier's Memorial 6thr east CommunL Action Corporation (NECAC) re- artillery (framed); copy of St. Louis Globe Derhocrat Lindberg , cently held a P.ception at its Lewis County Service Ransom, 1905 Knox City Bee, and 1907 Brashear new papers; 3 Center in Canon observing May as National Cam- Sat., May 30, 10:00 am - Located at the Knox City,/via Commu- military plane photos; graniteware; camel back trunk; cedar chest . t J munity ActionMonth. Pictured are left to right: Judy nity Building. Selling quality oak and walnut antique furniture, quality 5 mr corner shelf; bentwood rocker; 3 oak straight chairs; 2 laddeP.. Eaton, NECA Lewis County Coordinator; Don Pat- glassware, china, antiques, collectibles, utility vehicle, lawn and garden back chairs; Dietz lantern, sad irons; washboards; old soap box; 3 rick, NECAC >resident and CEO; and John Bracey, equipment, household, misc. garage and tool related. Louise Wood- old kerosene cans; chest of flatware; marbles; several old baltics,. NECAC Board member, cock Estate, Sam and Cindy Gunter, Dorothy and C.L. Huffman Estate with advertisement; glass door knobs; wooden butter mold; bras~' and Alan Rimer, sellers, torch; GE Bakelite radio; Louisville Stugger "Rogers Hornsby" smag'-] Thurs. Evening, June 11, 6:00 pm - Closing of Steffensville, bat; Model XL 16ram projector; Devil cigarette dispenser; 2 buck~ MO Christian Church. Selling real estate and church contents, saws; sad irons; cookbooks; quilt; also selling Springfield model INTERNET AUCTION San., June 28, 12:00 Noon- Large catalogue coin and gun 52A 22 cal. gun; Cushman 400 repeater pellet; Precious Moment 7 auction. Held at the CARE Building located on Vine St., Kahoka, Me. pc. Sugar Town skating pond set, 6 pc. Sugar Town School Hous~ BBOIH6 BOSWBN|SDAY, MAY2"/,2OO9 I10Mt Doors open at 10:00 am for preview, set, Train station and 2 figurines. ,' tractors, hay and forage equipment, GLASSWARE / CHINA ':: automobiles and other miscellaneous farm items Selling a nice assortment of pink depression glass to include: Miss:'; McAfee/Hayes Auction Service stcok trailers & trailers, ag electronics, atv, 10% buyer's premium applies ~1 America pitcher, plates, cereal bowls, salt and pepper, compote/'. o EL/aN MORE * BID NOW wav e [ large bowl, oval bowls, etc.; Mayfair covered cookie jars, covered: 0 ~831 candy ar, plates, bowls, etc.; Old Colony "Open Lace" cookie jar, divided plates, platters, bowls; also assorted pieces in Manhattan;:~ ave.com,-, . ,-, Doric, Florentine, Queen Mary, Waterford, Adam, Oyster Pearl,~:: and various amber madrid ; Ruby Flash 1908 goblet; collector.' plates; Fireking ovenware; stemware; misc. china; various crystar,. pattern and pressed glass; set of Nortaki and Havelin china; choco- late set; several glass slippers; hen on nest; various pieces of Ruby Red glass baskets, pitchers, vases to include coin glass etc., THURSDAY JUNE !! 6:00 pm Diamond Spearhead Vaseline opalescent; EAPG cake stand, covered compote, salts, etc.; Majolica plate; china bone dishes; Sale to be held at the farm. From Lewistown, Me, take Hwy. H north ap- Sale conducted onsite located on the north edge of proxinately 5 miles to the small village of Midway (Junction of H & Y), then covered pieces, etc.; Carnival rose bowl and bowls; several hand continue north ~, mile on Hwy. Y to the curve (gravel road #372). the north Steffensville, Me. painted china plates; Fireking mugs; set of Federal Syracuse china. mile, east 1/4 mile and north mile on Road #372 to the farm. ................................................................................................................................ SAT., MM 23"0 @ lO:OO A.M. Real Estate Description HOUSEHOLD / MISC. i This 20 acre farm is located in Section 17, T62N-R8W, Lewis County. Me, Selling one (l) acre more or less. Cole fireproof legal size 4 drawer file cabinet; Maytag electric washe~ From LewJstown. Me. take Hwy. H north approximately5miles to JunctionH Improved by 28 x 46 church building and dryer; Magic chef 30" electric range; oak jewelry floor mode/,' & Y, then continue north on Route Y a short distance to the curve, then north structure moved to this site in 1904. chest; 6 oak PB / SB chairs; table with 4 chairs; Queen size bedi' on gravel road mile. east '/4 mile. then north on Road #372 mile to the farm Additional 28 x 34 dining room, dresser; hide a bed sofa; dining room table with 6 chairs ; rocker; This farm borders Deer Ridge Wildlife Area. sofa; bookshelf; metal desk; Hoover shampooer; robot vacuum; also~. The farm is currently in hay and pasture, although could easily be row kitchen and bath built in 1983. Other cropped. Soil types include Gorin and Kilwinning. Farm sells free and clear of improvements include a new metal selling Craftsman table saw; Craftsman band saw; various hardware; any tenancy for the 'Og crop year. Excellent access with all weather roadson roof in 2008. Central air, high efficiency gas forced air furnace, few assorted tools, some collectible; assorted automotive fluids;. the west and north sides, vinyl siding, septic tank, city water, etc. electric clippers; metal shelves, and other useful items. I If looking for a nice small secluded 20 acre tract of land, then AUCTIONEER S NOTl...Makeplans to attend the be sure to take time to view this property. Terms / Conditions For additional information, including maps & photos, visit us online at: eal estate sells at 6:00 p.m. sharp without reserve. Successful buyer sale full el quality andvarlety. Come www.sullivanauctioneers.com or contact the auction company for a detailed will pay 10% down evening of sale and sign into contract with the prepared, 2 auction rings part of sale. color brochure, sellers. Closed with general warranty deed. Also Selling Church Contents & Fixtures Representing & Closing Attorney: Branson L. Wood III Contact Kent at 660-278-4211 for additional 1001 Center Street Hannibal, Me 63401 Phone (573)221-4255 information and viewing. www.mcafeeauctionservice.com www.mcafeeauctionservice.com ": McAfee/Hayes Auction Service www, sullivanauctioneers,com