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FOR THE RECORD Press-News Journal, Canton, Mo., Thursday, August 8, 1985, PUBLIC NOTICE Notice Of Filing 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 Mary E. Smith, deceased. Estate No. CV784-77P To all persons interested in the estate of Mary E. Smith, 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 August 28, 1965, or as may he 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 filing of such final settlement. -s-Dennis W. Smith, Attorney P.O. Box 308, Canton, Mo. 63435 Tele. No. 314-288,461 -s-Gertrude A. Mahoney, Personal Representative 417 Stafford Road Lee's Summit, Mo. 64063 1st Pub. July 25 4t Notice Of Trustees Sale Default having been made in the payment of the note described in and secured by a deed of trust executed by John O. Harvey, dated April "3, 1979, and recorded in the Office of the Recorder of Deeds of Lewis County, Missouri, in Deed of Trust Book 272, at Page 3934, and conveying to the undersigned Trustee the following described property, situated in the County of Lewis and State of Missouri, to-wit: The East Half of the Southwest Fourth of the Northeast Quarter of Section Nineteen .(19), Township Sixty-two (62) North, Range Nine (9) West, in.Lewis County, Missouri. The north four acres of the West Half of the Northwest Fourth of the Southwest Quarter; the West Half of the Southwest Fourth of the Northwest Qttarter; and the northwest Fourth of the Northwest Quarter; all in Section Seventeen (17), Township Sixty-two () North, Range Nine (9) West, in Lewis County, Missouri. The Southwest Fourth of the Southwest Quarter of Section Eight (8), Township Sixty-two (62) North, Range Nine (9) West, in Lewis County, Missouri. The Southeast Fourth of the Northeast Quarter of Section Eighteen (18), Township Sixty-two (62) North, Range Nine (9) West, in Lewis County, Missouri at the request of the legal holder of said note and in accordance with the provisions of said deed of trust, the undersigned will sell the property above described at public auction to the highest bidder for cash at the north front door of the Lewis County Circuit Courthouse in the Town of Monticello, Lewis County, Missouri, on Friday, August 16, 1985, between the hours of I:00 p.m. and 2:00 p.m,, to satisfy the said note and costs. Richard R Howe 436 Lewis Street P.O. Box 289 Canton, Missouri 63435 Attorney for Trustee Jeanne E. Johnson 436 Lewis St. P.O. Box 289 Canton, Mo. 63435 Trustee Ist Pub. July 25 4t Notice Of Filing Of Final Settlement And Petition For Distribution R.S.Mo. Jan. 1981 In The Circuit Court Of Lewis County, Missouri Pi'obate Division At Monticello I In the estate of John Anthony Lewis, sod. Estate No. CV784,70P To all persons interested in the estate li  of John Anthony Lewis, deceased: !, YOu are hereby notified that the th__ed personal repre.sentative a final settlement ana petition for ination of the persons who re the successors in interest to the personal-ri 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 August 23, 1985, 1 or as may be continued by the Court, ! and that any objections or exceptions l  such final settlement or petition or y item thereof must be in writing i/ld fried within twenty days after the iIlin4 of such final settlement. -s-Fred L. Westhoff, Attorney P.O. Box 306, lf, Mo, 63435 Tele, No. 314-288-4461 -s-Thelma M. Lewis Personal Representative 206 Skinner Street LaGrange, Mo. 63448 Iab. July 25 4t Notice Of Letters Granted In The Circuit Court Of Lewis County, Missouri Probate Division In the estate of Aloys J. Wiskirchen, deceased. Estate No. CV785-35P To all persons interested in the estate of Aloys J. Wiskirchen, deceased: On July 10, 1985 (the Last Will of decedent having been admitted to probate) Charles L. Wiskirchen was appointed personal representative of the estate of Aloys J. Wiskirchen, deceased, by the Probate Division of the Circuit Court of Lewis County, Missouri. The business address of the personal representative is Route 3, Box 196, Warrensburg, Mo. 64093, and the attorney is Jules V. DeCoster, whose address and phone number are P.O. Box 81, Monticello, Mo. 63457, 314-767-5304. 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 he forever barred. Shirley Hetzler, Clerk 1st Pub. July 18 4t 1st Pub. Aug. 8 State of Missouri ) County of Lewis ) ss. In The Juvenile Court Of The County Of Lewis, State of Missouri, ' At Canton, Missouri In the matter of Robin Lynn Thirtyacre Knittig and William Eu-. gene Knittig, petitioners. Case No. JU585-4AD Order Of Publication Of Notice The State of Missouri to Charles Raymond Glasgow. You are hereby notified that an action has been commenced in the Juvenile Court of the County of Lewis, State of Missouri, at Canton, Missouri, the object in general nature of which is a petition by Petitioners seeking adoption of a minor child of which you are the natural father. The names of the Petitioners to said action are stated above in the caption hereof, and the name and address of attorney for Petitioners is Dennis W. Smith, Smith and Westhoff, P.O. Box 308, Canton, Missouri, 63435, telephone 314-288-4461. You are further notified that, unless you file an answer or other pleadings or shall otherwise appear and defend against the aforesaid petition within 45 days after the 8th day of August, 1985, judgment by default.will he rendered against you. It is ordered that a copy hereof be published according to law in the Press-New Journal, a newspaper of general circulation published in the County of Lewis, State of Missouri. A true copy from the record. Witness, my band and the seal of the Circuit Court this 30th day of July, 1985. William B. Smith If, Circuit Clerk by: Debbie Price Deputy Circuit Clerk 4t Notice Of Referendum And Election Of Trustees For The Buck & Doe Run Watershed Subdistrict Located Within The Soil and Water Conservation Districts Of Clark and Lewis Counties (Pursuant to the provisions of the Missouri Soil and Water Conservation Districts Law, in accordance with Section 278.160 and 278.300, RsMo. 1978. ) To all landowners of any land lying wholly or partly within the Buck and Doe Run Watershed Subdistrict within the Soil and Water Conservation Districts .of Clark and Lewis Counties, notice is hereby given that on the 191h day of August, 1985, between the hours of 9:00 a.m. and 3:00 p.m. a referendum will be held based on the 1985 assessment and a trustee election for the subdistrict. Any landowner+ or landowner's representative with notarized power- of-attorney not more than one year old is eligible to vote. (A landowner+ is any parson, firm or corporation who holds title to any lands lying within the subdistrict.) Eligible voters shall cast their referendum and trustee election votes at the polling place listed below. Name of Polling Place, Leeper's Station; location of polling place, Junction Hwy. 61 and Dempsey Highway. All representatives so designated by Power-of-Attorney must present their Power-of-Attorney form, properly sign- ed, to the polling judge at the time of voting. Soil And Water Conservation Districts of Clark and Lewis Counties 1at Pub. Aug. 1 21 CARDS OF THANKS CARD OF THANKS Sincere thanks to my friends for cards and flowers sent at the time of the death of my mother, Dorene Cates. A special thanks to Mary, Jane and Trella for their offers in helping with Matt, to my ambulance crew and Jane for their extra efforts while I was gone, and an extra special thanks to my daughter, Lynn, as I couldn't have gotten through this without her help. Your kindness will always be' remem- bered. Donna Hof,rman Deaths & Obituaries Forrest Brown Forrest Brown, 81, of Lewistown, died Thursday, Aug. 1, 1985, in St. Elizabeth Hospital in Hannibal follow- ing a long illness. Forrest A. Brown was born in Trenton Feb. 24, I904, a son of Andrew and Addle Burns Brown. He married Laura Wardlow in Carthage May 28, 1928. She died April 12, 1956. He married Katherine Fohrman July 15, 1959. Mr. Brown was a semi-retired farmer and was of the Baptist faith. Survivors include his wife; a son, Kenneth Ray Brown of Lewistown; a daughter, Bonnie Lou Bronestine of Ewing; a brother, James Brown of Quincy; a sister, Edith Wilson of Maywood; seven grandchildren; five great grandchildren; and other rela- tives. Funeral services were held Saturday in the Davis Funeral Chapel at LaGrange, conducted by the Rev. Gerald Harrison. Frances Adams provided the music. Pall bearers were Dennis Bringer, Glenn East, Donald Lay, Donald Sneeden, Raymond Deters and Elmo Tuley. Honorary pall bearers were Leo Childers, Albert Lay, George Nixon, Harold Cox and Dr. W. B. Dodson. Burial was in Memorial Cemetery at LaGrange. Memorials may be made to the Ten Mile Baptist Church or the lung association. Saturday in the Hudson-Rimer Funeral Chapel in Edina. conducted by the \\;'- Rev. DeWayne Wellborn. Burial was in LaBelle Cemetez y. Nellie Bradfield Mrs. Nellie Braclfield, 89, of Quincy, died Thursday, Aug. 1, 1985, in her home. Nellie May Bradfield was born in Durham, Jan. 13, 1896, a daughter of Elsa and Alice Katzel] Vincent. She married William Bradfield in 1919 in Louisiana, Mo. He died in 1947. She was a member of Calvary Tabernacle Church, Veterans of Foreign Wars Ladies Auxiliary, Eagles and Women of the Moose. Survivors include four sons, George, Orville and William, all of Quincy, and Raymond of Las Vegas, Nev.; two daughters, Mrs. Dorothy Huff and Mrs. Vivian Gallamore Warden, both of Quincy; 15 grandchildren; 27 great grandchildren; one great great grand- child; and other relatives. She was also preceded in death by her parents, a sen, four brothers, and two sisters. Funeral services were held Monday in the Zehender Robinson Stormer Cookson Funeral Home, conducted by the Rev. Charles Mitchell. Burial was in Greenmount Cemetery. Mary Lindstrom Mary Lindstrom, 98, of the Clarence Nursing Home, formerly of Maywood, died Monday, July 29, 1985, in the home where she had been a resident the past 2% weeks. Mary A. Lindstrom was born Jan. 8, 1887, in Lewis County, a daughter of Marion and Mary Shults Nunn. She married Charles Lindstrom in May- wood, Feb. 3, 1904. He died in November, 1967. She was an active member of South Union Baptist Church,. where she was a choir leader, Sunday school teacher, and a member of the WMU Society. She was a lifetime member of the Royal Neighbors serving as  recorde for 60 years. Survivors include a daughter, Rosella Kolthoff of Shelbina; three grandchildren; 10 great grandchil- dren; six great great grandchildren; and other relatives. She was also preceded in death by her parents, a daughter, two sisters, four brothers, and two grandchildren. Funeral services were held Wednes- day in South Union Baptist Church, conducted by the Rev. Tully Achord. Music was provided by Loretta Bringer, Ola Gall Wilson, Kim Wilson, Danny Griesbaum, Janet Griesbaum, and Paula Griesbaum. Pall hearers were Olney Carter, Forrest Griesbaurn, Larry Jones, Aria Kolth0ff, Forrest Kolthoff and Russell Pindell. Honorary pall bearers were George Dearing, Nolan Leach, Porter Lillard, Oren Reid and J. C. Wiseman. Burial was in Maywood Cemetery. Edwin Doyle Edwin Doyle, 84, of Quincy, died Wednesday, July 24, 1965, in Blessing Hospital. Edwin E. Doyle was born Dec. 6, 1900, in Quincy, a son of Austin and Pearl Eshom Doyle. He married Elsie Habel Sept. 9, 1923, in the home of her parents near Lima. He attended schools north of Clayton and at Lima. He farmed in the Lima area, moving to Quincy in 196o. He last worked at the Quincy Country Club. He was a member of the Bethany United Church of Christ at Tioga. Survivors include his wife; two sons, Elmer Doyle of Williamstown, and Harold Doyle of Quincy; a daughter, Elva Foreman of Berne, Ind.; a sister, .Edith Weston of Quincy; seven grandchildren; five great grandchil- dren; and other relatives. He was Preceded in death by his parents, a sister and a brother, t Funeral services were held Saturday in the Curry Chapel in Urea, conducted by the Rev. Justus Saalwaechter. Burial was in the Bethany Church Cemetery. lla Frman Mrs. Ha Freeman, Sl, of Edina died Thursday, Aug. I, I, in Grim-Smith Hospital in K/rksville.. Ha Lee Freeman was born Oct. 31, 1903, in LaBelle, a daughter of William and Hattie Foree Scott. She married John Freeman April 4, 1938, in Canton. He died June 12, 1961. M.es. Freeman was raised in LaBelle where she graduated from high school. She attended LaGrange College and in earlier years taught in elementary ' schools. After her marriage she and her husband farmed southwest of LaBelle. She had lived in Edina since 1962. Mrs. Freeman was a member of the After Supper Extension C']ub and Priscilla Club. She was a member of the Christian Church and the Women's Missionary Society of the church. Survivors include many cousins. Funeral services were conducted Ray Turnbaugh Ray Turnbaugh, 49, of Quincy, died Thursday, Aug. 1, 1985, in Blessing Hospital in Quincy. Ray Turnbaugh was born March 13, 1936, in Pittsfield, a on of Tone and Gertrude Baxter Turnbaugb. He married Bonita DeJaynes June 2, 1956, in Palmyra. Mr. Turnbaugh was employed as a foreman by Colt Industries until 1976. He was a member of Machinist Lodge 822. Survivors include his wife; his mother of Quincy; two sons, William Ray and Randall Lee, both of Quincy; two daughters, Mrs. Ronald Sparrow of Payson and Kim Turnbaugh of Quincy; three brothers, Roy and Robert Turnbaugh of Quincy, and James Turnhaugh of Canton; a sister, Mrs. James Evans of Quincy; three granddaughters; and other relatives. He was preceded in death - by his father. Funeral services were held Monday in the Hansen Spear Funeral Home, conducted by the Rev. George Tomko. Burial was in Greenmount Cemetery. Glen W r Glen Wiley, 71, of Gorin, farmer, pilot and airport operator, died Saturday, Aug. 3, 1985, in the Scotland County Memorial Hospital in Mem- phis. Glen Marion Wiley was born Sept. 28, 1913, in Williamstown, a son of George and Lizzie Chambers Wiley. He married Bette Pollock June 8, 1941, in Gorin. Mr. Wiley lived a short time in Williamstown but spent most of his life on the family farm northwest of Gorin. Mr. Wiley was active in the community and the Gorin Christian Church, where he was a deacon. He established Wiley's Airport in 1946 and oversaw its operation until his death. He was a member of the Missouri Flying Farmers, serving as state president two years and as co-editor of the chapter newsletter three years. The Glen Wiley Chapter of the Missouri Pilots Association was named in his honor. He was active in PTA and was a 4-H leader. Survivors include his wife; two sons, Gary Wiley of Quincy, and Airman 1st Class Tary Alan Wiley, stationed with the Air Force at Kessler Field, Biloxi, Miss.; a sister, Valery Pfieffer of Tucson, Ariz.; four grandchildren; a great grandson; and other relatives. He was preceded in death by his parents and a daughter. Funeral services will be held Thursday at 10 a.m. in the Gorin Christian Church, conducted by the Rev. Kenneth Campbell and the Rev. Robert Harrison. Burial will be in Gorin Cemetery. BIRTHS Greg and Ella Wirsig of Kahoka are the parents of a baby girl born Friday, Aug. 2, at St. Mary Hospital in Quincy. She weighed 7 pounds 7 ounces and has been named Kasey Marie. Grandpar- ents are Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Wirsig of Kahoka and Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Kennedy of Canton. Great grandpar- ents are Mrs. Mae Brumbaugh of Canton and Mrs. Myrtle Anders of Keokuk. Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Norton of LaGrange are parents of a baby girl born Wednesday, July 31, in St. Mary Hospital in Quincy. She weighed 7 pounds 12 ounces and has been named Rachel Louise. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. J. V. Norton of Knox City, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Richter of LaGrange and the late Lovelace Green. Great grandparents are Mrs. Vadah Norton of Knox City, Mr. and Mrs. Fred. Layman of Knox City, Mrs. Grace Green of Canton and Mrs. Hilda Logsdon of LaGrange. Great great grandmother is Mrs. Leilah Carder of Knox City. + John and Lee Anne Dorsey of Buffalo, N. Y., are parents of a baby boy born Tuesday, July 30. He has been named William Salter. Grandpar- ents are Mr. and Mrs. William of Bethany Beach, Def., and Mr. and Mrs. Marion L. SoRer of LaGrange. Great grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Roy P. SoRer and Mrs. Forest Tiemann of LaGrange. LEWIS COUNTY COURT CIRCUIT COURT Gene W. Rickert, Belleville, Ill., speeding, plea, guilty, $53.50 fine and costs. Richard G. Goodson, Knox City, speeding, plea, guilty, $48.50 fme and costs. Gerald A. Timm, Mechanics- villa, Ia., speeding, plea, guilty, $50.50 fine and costs. Richard P. Shaffer, Illinois, Pa., speeding, plea, guilty, $.50 fine and cos(s. Doiiald'S: Mm-hy, : O'Falion, speeding, plea, guilty, $55.50 Free and costs. Russell L. Rickey, Hannibal, speeding, bond forfeited of $48.50. Earl L. Kempe, Lewistown, speeding, plea, guilty, $53.50 fine and costs. Diaune E. Brumbaugh, Lewistown, speeding, plea, guilty, $62.50 fine and costs. Michael E. McClain, Covington, Tenn., speeding, plea, guilty, $93.50 free and costs. . Robert E. Studer, Vinita, Okla., failed to keep proper motor carrier driver's record, plea, guilty, $88.50 fine and costs. Robert E. Studer, Vinita, Okla., speeding, plea, guilty, $53.50 fine and costs. Francis E. Richmond, Lewistown, speeding, plea, guilty, $49.50 fine' and costs. Carl M. Pulis, Ft. Madison, speeding, plea, guilty, $59.50 fine and costs. Dorothy C. Darling, Tampa, Fla., speeding, plea, guilty, $59.50 fine and costs. Gregory S. Schneider, Ft. Madison, spe, plea, guilty, $63.50 fine and costs. Paul E. Harvey, Earlville, N. Y., speeding, plea, guilty, $49.50 fine md costs. Mark L. Kelly, Unionville, Ix., speeding, plea, guilty, $51.50 fine and costs. John T. Wood, Monticello, speeding, plea, guilty, $50.50 fine and costs. . Mark W. Fryer, Quincy, speeding, plea, guilty, $54.50 fine and costs. William T. Ten Eyck, Lewistown, speeding, plea, guilty, $75.50 fine and costa. Brenda S. Shouse, Ewing, speeding, plea, guilty, $50.50 free and coats. Delbert R. Anderson, LaBelle, CARDS THANKS We wish to thank many acts of kindneal the illness and death Mary Lindstrom. was greatly time of sorrow. Lind, Jerry & Sandr I wish to thank relatives for the calls I received which were + CARD OF Thank you for letters, visits and me during the husband, Forrest tha you to the Housing, Dover Richard Todd. he forgotten. CARD I would like to relatives, cards, gifts, flowers kindness while I was and since my return + operated motor operator's license, fine and costs. Canton, failed to vehicle and costs. m., speeding, plea, and costs. Ronald L. Muller, speeding, bond David W. Lewis, plea, guilty, $48.50 Robert E. O'BrieP, speeding, plea, costs. Nellie C. speeding, plea, i costs. Glenna J. speeding, plea, costs. Merle K. failed to drive on roadway, found costs. Amy L. failed to stop for stop ! $43.50 fine and costS. MARRIAGE Michael Lee Hultg Varnes Batlard, both Robert Chris Beaver Rigor, both , Vernon Eugene mont and Donna Revere. Mark Wayne van ( cello and Karen jean Anthony Lee Dean Farr, both of Gary Curtis smith Brocksmith, both of Jimmie Dean Lynn Parton, both Loren Keith CarY Sharon K. Kayior Frankie Wane Marie Shepherd, both lencz OF t cmrnnca ?,,m I, RobQrt F,. Yestth, Collector Of J4mtle tllk oluJ for Lavto Couaty. JaqNri. heroby ILvt soY, ire. 140, Sectiem 140.100  140.170 Itm ketsm of Nlasri 1978 as asudmJ, tlwt I slmll or for described lots end lead or ue msck  ss say. be du, for lelLaqumst tmmo em rue1 ootate 8t tim Hontisllo oa the Fourth (4th) Hoadsy. the  day of Aqu, 15. l  10|00 &.N.! of day to day therueftor La ecrrdeace vtth Statue. $td lots and land atttl is  mmtF. N/IMrl, Oral drilld J 40  1'IMtm Or  the. Iota described by jr, b]Lock, Iddit/o, oK..  th8 IqJ811881s  taBeo, JlOB811, yasr Selm.arly stated 88 LolXwa: llle(,) of Om(e) DescrptOlt AppasrLo 8 ue lamd T lloolk Vest Auto Auctio clo Jim Allen Otis. Canton. loU 1,|,3,6 3 i 114rL36 11130,13 I1011'l Stephen E. hoeard Tully Csatoe, pt lot, V, I.E. I I. Tully Csnto. pt M. I.I. i |. le I 1 13 $ 15.93 I L1.91 $ tl. 8 11 $ 7.1 $ t.$1 $ 6"ki tlLaquut tas, pmmltios, interest, asd cut. aro due tlmreas at tlw t.41s of t 0ored d $1e4 at Noetlc411o. b.. this 23rd dsy of July. INS fasl) robert |, Yastck. lleccor 0 / FOR THE RECORD Press-News Journal, Canton, Mo., Thursday, August 8, 1985, PUBLIC NOTICE Notice Of Filing 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 Mary E. Smith, deceased. Estate No. CV784-77P To all persons interested in the estate of Mary E. Smith, 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 August 28, 1965, or as may he 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 filing of such final settlement. -s-Dennis W. Smith, Attorney P.O. Box 308, Canton, Mo. 63435 Tele. No. 314-288,461 -s-Gertrude A. Mahoney, Personal Representative 417 Stafford Road Lee's Summit, Mo. 64063 1st Pub. July 25 4t Notice Of Trustees Sale Default having been made in the payment of the note described in and secured by a deed of trust executed by John O. Harvey, dated April "3, 1979, and recorded in the Office of the Recorder of Deeds of Lewis County, Missouri, in Deed of Trust Book 272, at Page 3934, and conveying to the undersigned Trustee the following described property, situated in the County of Lewis and State of Missouri, to-wit: The East Half of the Southwest Fourth of the Northeast Quarter of Section Nineteen .(19), Township Sixty-two (62) North, Range Nine (9) West, in.Lewis County, Missouri. The north four acres of the West Half of the Northwest Fourth of the Southwest Quarter; the West Half of the Southwest Fourth of the Northwest Qttarter; and the northwest Fourth of the Northwest Quarter; all in Section Seventeen (17), Township Sixty-two () North, Range Nine (9) West, in Lewis County, Missouri. The Southwest Fourth of the Southwest Quarter of Section Eight (8), Township Sixty-two (62) North, Range Nine (9) West, in Lewis County, Missouri. The Southeast Fourth of the Northeast Quarter of Section Eighteen (18), Township Sixty-two (62) North, Range Nine (9) West, in Lewis County, Missouri at the request of the legal holder of said note and in accordance with the provisions of said deed of trust, the undersigned will sell the property above described at public auction to the highest bidder for cash at the north front door of the Lewis County Circuit Courthouse in the Town of Monticello, Lewis County, Missouri, on Friday, August 16, 1985, between the hours of I:00 p.m. and 2:00 p.m,, to satisfy the said note and costs. Richard R Howe 436 Lewis Street P.O. Box 289 Canton, Missouri 63435 Attorney for Trustee Jeanne E. Johnson 436 Lewis St. P.O. Box 289 Canton, Mo. 63435 Trustee Ist Pub. July 25 4t Notice Of Filing Of Final Settlement And Petition For Distribution R.S.Mo. Jan. 1981 In The Circuit Court Of Lewis County, Missouri Pi'obate Division At Monticello I In the estate of John Anthony Lewis, sod. Estate No. CV784,70P To all persons interested in the estate li  of John Anthony Lewis, deceased: !, YOu are hereby notified that the th__ed personal repre.sentative a final settlement ana petition for ination of the persons who re the successors in interest to the personal-ri 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 August 23, 1985, 1 or as may be continued by the Court, ! and that any objections or exceptions l  such final settlement or petition or y item thereof must be in writing i/ld fried within twenty days after the iIlin4 of such final settlement. -s-Fred L. Westhoff, Attorney P.O. Box 306, lf, Mo, 63435 Tele, No. 314-288-4461 -s-Thelma M. Lewis Personal Representative 206 Skinner Street LaGrange, Mo. 63448 Iab. July 25 4t Notice Of Letters Granted In The Circuit Court Of Lewis County, Missouri Probate Division In the estate of Aloys J. Wiskirchen, deceased. Estate No. CV785-35P To all persons interested in the estate of Aloys J. Wiskirchen, deceased: On July 10, 1985 (the Last Will of decedent having been admitted to probate) Charles L. Wiskirchen was appointed personal representative of the estate of Aloys J. Wiskirchen, deceased, by the Probate Division of the Circuit Court of Lewis County, Missouri. The business address of the personal representative is Route 3, Box 196, Warrensburg, Mo. 64093, and the attorney is Jules V. DeCoster, whose address and phone number are P.O. Box 81, Monticello, Mo. 63457, 314-767-5304. 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 he forever barred. Shirley Hetzler, Clerk 1st Pub. July 18 4t 1st Pub. Aug. 8 State of Missouri ) County of Lewis ) ss. In The Juvenile Court Of The County Of Lewis, State of Missouri, ' At Canton, Missouri In the matter of Robin Lynn Thirtyacre Knittig and William Eu-. gene Knittig, petitioners. Case No. JU585-4AD Order Of Publication Of Notice The State of Missouri to Charles Raymond Glasgow. You are hereby notified that an action has been commenced in the Juvenile Court of the County of Lewis, State of Missouri, at Canton, Missouri, the object in general nature of which is a petition by Petitioners seeking adoption of a minor child of which you are the natural father. The names of the Petitioners to said action are stated above in the caption hereof, and the name and address of attorney for Petitioners is Dennis W. Smith, Smith and Westhoff, P.O. Box 308, Canton, Missouri, 63435, telephone 314-288-4461. You are further notified that, unless you file an answer or other pleadings or shall otherwise appear and defend against the aforesaid petition within 45 days after the 8th day of August, 1985, judgment by default.will he rendered against you. It is ordered that a copy hereof be published according to law in the Press-New Journal, a newspaper of general circulation published in the County of Lewis, State of Missouri. A true copy from the record. Witness, my band and the seal of the Circuit Court this 30th day of July, 1985. William B. Smith If, Circuit Clerk by: Debbie Price Deputy Circuit Clerk 4t Notice Of Referendum And Election Of Trustees For The Buck & Doe Run Watershed Subdistrict Located Within The Soil and Water Conservation Districts Of Clark and Lewis Counties (Pursuant to the provisions of the Missouri Soil and Water Conservation Districts Law, in accordance with Section 278.160 and 278.300, RsMo. 1978. ) To all landowners of any land lying wholly or partly within the Buck and Doe Run Watershed Subdistrict within the Soil and Water Conservation Districts .of Clark and Lewis Counties, notice is hereby given that on the 191h day of August, 1985, between the hours of 9:00 a.m. and 3:00 p.m. a referendum will be held based on the 1985 assessment and a trustee election for the subdistrict. Any landowner+ or landowner's representative with notarized power- of-attorney not more than one year old is eligible to vote. (A landowner+ is any parson, firm or corporation who holds title to any lands lying within the subdistrict.) Eligible voters shall cast their referendum and trustee election votes at the polling place listed below. Name of Polling Place, Leeper's Station; location of polling place, Junction Hwy. 61 and Dempsey Highway. All representatives so designated by Power-of-Attorney must present their Power-of-Attorney form, properly sign- ed, to the polling judge at the time of voting. Soil And Water Conservation Districts of Clark and Lewis Counties 1at Pub. Aug. 1 21 CARDS OF THANKS CARD OF THANKS Sincere thanks to my friends for cards and flowers sent at the time of the death of my mother, Dorene Cates. A special thanks to Mary, Jane and Trella for their offers in helping with Matt, to my ambulance crew and Jane for their extra efforts while I was gone, and an extra special thanks to my daughter, Lynn, as I couldn't have gotten through this without her help. Your kindness will always be' remem- bered. Donna Hof,rman Deaths & Obituaries Forrest Brown Forrest Brown, 81, of Lewistown, died Thursday, Aug. 1, 1985, in St. Elizabeth Hospital in Hannibal follow- ing a long illness. Forrest A. Brown was born in Trenton Feb. 24, I904, a son of Andrew and Addle Burns Brown. He married Laura Wardlow in Carthage May 28, 1928. She died April 12, 1956. He married Katherine Fohrman July 15, 1959. Mr. Brown was a semi-retired farmer and was of the Baptist faith. Survivors include his wife; a son, Kenneth Ray Brown of Lewistown; a daughter, Bonnie Lou Bronestine of Ewing; a brother, James Brown of Quincy; a sister, Edith Wilson of Maywood; seven grandchildren; five great grandchildren; and other rela- tives. Funeral services were held Saturday in the Davis Funeral Chapel at LaGrange, conducted by the Rev. Gerald Harrison. Frances Adams provided the music. Pall bearers were Dennis Bringer, Glenn East, Donald Lay, Donald Sneeden, Raymond Deters and Elmo Tuley. Honorary pall bearers were Leo Childers, Albert Lay, George Nixon, Harold Cox and Dr. W. B. Dodson. Burial was in Memorial Cemetery at LaGrange. Memorials may be made to the Ten Mile Baptist Church or the lung association. Saturday in the Hudson-Rimer Funeral Chapel in Edina. conducted by the \\;'- Rev. DeWayne Wellborn. Burial was in LaBelle Cemetez y. Nellie Bradfield Mrs. Nellie Braclfield, 89, of Quincy, died Thursday, Aug. 1, 1985, in her home. Nellie May Bradfield was born in Durham, Jan. 13, 1896, a daughter of Elsa and Alice Katzel] Vincent. She married William Bradfield in 1919 in Louisiana, Mo. He died in 1947. She was a member of Calvary Tabernacle Church, Veterans of Foreign Wars Ladies Auxiliary, Eagles and Women of the Moose. Survivors include four sons, George, Orville and William, all of Quincy, and Raymond of Las Vegas, Nev.; two daughters, Mrs. Dorothy Huff and Mrs. Vivian Gallamore Warden, both of Quincy; 15 grandchildren; 27 great grandchildren; one great great grand- child; and other relatives. She was also preceded in death by her parents, a sen, four brothers, and two sisters. Funeral services were held Monday in the Zehender Robinson Stormer Cookson Funeral Home, conducted by the Rev. Charles Mitchell. Burial was in Greenmount Cemetery. Mary Lindstrom Mary Lindstrom, 98, of the Clarence Nursing Home, formerly of Maywood, died Monday, July 29, 1985, in the home where she had been a resident the past 2% weeks. Mary A. Lindstrom was born Jan. 8, 1887, in Lewis County, a daughter of Marion and Mary Shults Nunn. She married Charles Lindstrom in May- wood, Feb. 3, 1904. He died in November, 1967. She was an active member of South Union Baptist Church,. where she was a choir leader, Sunday school teacher, and a member of the WMU Society. She was a lifetime member of the Royal Neighbors serving as  recorde for 60 years. Survivors include a daughter, Rosella Kolthoff of Shelbina; three grandchildren; 10 great grandchil- dren; six great great grandchildren; and other relatives. She was also preceded in death by her parents, a daughter, two sisters, four brothers, and two grandchildren. Funeral services were held Wednes- day in South Union Baptist Church, conducted by the Rev. Tully Achord. Music was provided by Loretta Bringer, Ola Gall Wilson, Kim Wilson, Danny Griesbaum, Janet Griesbaum, and Paula Griesbaum. Pall hearers were Olney Carter, Forrest Griesbaurn, Larry Jones, Aria Kolth0ff, Forrest Kolthoff and Russell Pindell. Honorary pall bearers were George Dearing, Nolan Leach, Porter Lillard, Oren Reid and J. C. Wiseman. Burial was in Maywood Cemetery. Edwin Doyle Edwin Doyle, 84, of Quincy, died Wednesday, July 24, 1965, in Blessing Hospital. Edwin E. Doyle was born Dec. 6, 1900, in Quincy, a son of Austin and Pearl Eshom Doyle. He married Elsie Habel Sept. 9, 1923, in the home of her parents near Lima. He attended schools north of Clayton and at Lima. He farmed in the Lima area, moving to Quincy in 196o. He last worked at the Quincy Country Club. He was a member of the Bethany United Church of Christ at Tioga. Survivors include his wife; two sons, Elmer Doyle of Williamstown, and Harold Doyle of Quincy; a daughter, Elva Foreman of Berne, Ind.; a sister, .Edith Weston of Quincy; seven grandchildren; five great grandchil- dren; and other relatives. He was Preceded in death by his parents, a sister and a brother, t Funeral services were held Saturday in the Curry Chapel in Urea, conducted by the Rev. Justus Saalwaechter. Burial was in the Bethany Church Cemetery. lla Frman Mrs. Ha Freeman, Sl, of Edina died Thursday, Aug. I, I, in Grim-Smith Hospital in K/rksville.. Ha Lee Freeman was born Oct. 31, 1903, in LaBelle, a daughter of William and Hattie Foree Scott. She married John Freeman April 4, 1938, in Canton. He died June 12, 1961. M.es. Freeman was raised in LaBelle where she graduated from high school. She attended LaGrange College and in earlier years taught in elementary ' schools. After her marriage she and her husband farmed southwest of LaBelle. She had lived in Edina since 1962. Mrs. Freeman was a member of the After Supper Extension C']ub and Priscilla Club. She was a member of the Christian Church and the Women's Missionary Society of the church. Survivors include many cousins. Funeral services were conducted Ray Turnbaugh Ray Turnbaugh, 49, of Quincy, died Thursday, Aug. 1, 1985, in Blessing Hospital in Quincy. Ray Turnbaugh was born March 13, 1936, in Pittsfield, a on of Tone and Gertrude Baxter Turnbaugb. He married Bonita DeJaynes June 2, 1956, in Palmyra. Mr. Turnbaugh was employed as a foreman by Colt Industries until 1976. He was a member of Machinist Lodge 822. Survivors include his wife; his mother of Quincy; two sons, William Ray and Randall Lee, both of Quincy; two daughters, Mrs. Ronald Sparrow of Payson and Kim Turnbaugh of Quincy; three brothers, Roy and Robert Turnbaugh of Quincy, and James Turnhaugh of Canton; a sister, Mrs. James Evans of Quincy; three granddaughters; and other relatives. He was preceded in death - by his father. Funeral services were held Monday in the Hansen Spear Funeral Home, conducted by the Rev. George Tomko. Burial was in Greenmount Cemetery. Glen W r Glen Wiley, 71, of Gorin, farmer, pilot and airport operator, died Saturday, Aug. 3, 1985, in the Scotland County Memorial Hospital in Mem- phis. Glen Marion Wiley was born Sept. 28, 1913, in Williamstown, a son of George and Lizzie Chambers Wiley. He married Bette Pollock June 8, 1941, in Gorin. Mr. Wiley lived a short time in Williamstown but spent most of his life on the family farm northwest of Gorin. Mr. Wiley was active in the community and the Gorin Christian Church, where he was a deacon. He established Wiley's Airport in 1946 and oversaw its operation until his death. He was a member of the Missouri Flying Farmers, serving as state president two years and as co-editor of the chapter newsletter three years. The Glen Wiley Chapter of the Missouri Pilots Association was named in his honor. He was active in PTA and was a 4-H leader. Survivors include his wife; two sons, Gary Wiley of Quincy, and Airman 1st Class Tary Alan Wiley, stationed with the Air Force at Kessler Field, Biloxi, Miss.; a sister, Valery Pfieffer of Tucson, Ariz.; four grandchildren; a great grandson; and other relatives. He was preceded in death by his parents and a daughter. Funeral services will be held Thursday at 10 a.m. in the Gorin Christian Church, conducted by the Rev. Kenneth Campbell and the Rev. Robert Harrison. Burial will be in Gorin Cemetery. BIRTHS Greg and Ella Wirsig of Kahoka are the parents of a baby girl born Friday, Aug. 2, at St. Mary Hospital in Quincy. She weighed 7 pounds 7 ounces and has been named Kasey Marie. Grandpar- ents are Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Wirsig of Kahoka and Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Kennedy of Canton. Great grandpar- ents are Mrs. Mae Brumbaugh of Canton and Mrs. Myrtle Anders of Keokuk. Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Norton of LaGrange are parents of a baby girl born Wednesday, July 31, in St. Mary Hospital in Quincy. She weighed 7 pounds 12 ounces and has been named Rachel Louise. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. J. V. Norton of Knox City, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Richter of LaGrange and the late Lovelace Green. Great grandparents are Mrs. Vadah Norton of Knox City, Mr. and Mrs. Fred. Layman of Knox City, Mrs. Grace Green of Canton and Mrs. Hilda Logsdon of LaGrange. Great great grandmother is Mrs. Leilah Carder of Knox City. + John and Lee Anne Dorsey of Buffalo, N. Y., are parents of a baby boy born Tuesday, July 30. He has been named William Salter. Grandpar- ents are Mr. and Mrs. William of Bethany Beach, Def., and Mr. and Mrs. Marion L. SoRer of LaGrange. Great grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Roy P. SoRer and Mrs. Forest Tiemann of LaGrange. LEWIS COUNTY COURT CIRCUIT COURT Gene W. Rickert, Belleville, Ill., speeding, plea, guilty, $53.50 fine and costs. Richard G. Goodson, Knox City, speeding, plea, guilty, $48.50 fme and costs. Gerald A. Timm, Mechanics- villa, Ia., speeding, plea, guilty, $50.50 fine and costs. Richard P. Shaffer, Illinois, Pa., speeding, plea, guilty, $.50 fine and cos(s. Doiiald'S: Mm-hy, : O'Falion, speeding, plea, guilty, $55.50 Free and costs. Russell L. Rickey, Hannibal, speeding, bond forfeited of $48.50. Earl L. Kempe, Lewistown, speeding, plea, guilty, $53.50 fine and costs. Diaune E. Brumbaugh, Lewistown, speeding, plea, guilty, $62.50 fine and costs. Michael E. McClain, Covington, Tenn., speeding, plea, guilty, $93.50 free and costs. . Robert E. Studer, Vinita, Okla., failed to keep proper motor carrier driver's record, plea, guilty, $88.50 fine and costs. Robert E. Studer, Vinita, Okla., speeding, plea, guilty, $53.50 fine and costs. Francis E. Richmond, Lewistown, speeding, plea, guilty, $49.50 fine' and costs. Carl M. Pulis, Ft. Madison, speeding, plea, guilty, $59.50 fine and costs. Dorothy C. Darling, Tampa, Fla., speeding, plea, guilty, $59.50 fine and costs. Gregory S. Schneider, Ft. Madison, spe, plea, guilty, $63.50 fine and costs. Paul E. Harvey, Earlville, N. Y., speeding, plea, guilty, $49.50 fine md costs. Mark L. Kelly, Unionville, Ix., speeding, plea, guilty, $51.50 fine and costs. John T. Wood, Monticello, speeding, plea, guilty, $50.50 fine and costs. . Mark W. Fryer, Quincy, speeding, plea, guilty, $54.50 fine and costs. William T. Ten Eyck, Lewistown, speeding, plea, guilty, $75.50 fine and costa. Brenda S. Shouse, Ewing, speeding, plea, guilty, $50.50 free and coats. Delbert R. Anderson, LaBelle, CARDS THANKS We wish to thank many acts of kindneal the illness and death Mary Lindstrom. was greatly time of sorrow. Lind, Jerry & Sandr I wish to thank relatives for the calls I received which were + CARD OF Thank you for letters, visits and me during the husband, Forrest tha you to the Housing, Dover Richard Todd. he forgotten. CARD I would like to relatives, cards, gifts, flowers kindness while I was and since my return + operated motor operator's license, fine and costs. Canton, failed to vehicle and costs. m., speeding, plea, and costs. Ronald L. Muller, speeding, bond David W. Lewis, plea, guilty, $48.50 Robert E. O'BrieP, speeding, plea, costs. Nellie C. speeding, plea, i costs. Glenna J. speeding, plea, costs. Merle K. failed to drive on roadway, found costs. Amy L. failed to stop for stop ! $43.50 fine and costS. MARRIAGE Michael Lee Hultg Varnes Batlard, both Robert Chris Beaver Rigor, both , Vernon Eugene mont and Donna Revere. Mark Wayne van ( cello and Karen jean Anthony Lee Dean Farr, both of Gary Curtis smith Brocksmith, both of Jimmie Dean Lynn Parton, both Loren Keith CarY Sharon K. Kayior Frankie Wane Marie Shepherd, both lencz OF t cmrnnca ?,,m I, RobQrt F,. Yestth, Collector Of J4mtle tllk oluJ for Lavto Couaty. JaqNri. heroby ILvt soY, ire. 140, Sectiem 140.100  140.170 Itm ketsm of Nlasri 1978 as asudmJ, tlwt I slmll or for described lots end lead or ue msck  ss say. be du, for lelLaqumst tmmo em rue1 ootate 8t tim Hontisllo oa the Fourth (4th) Hoadsy. the  day of Aqu, 15. l  10|00 &.N.! of day to day therueftor La ecrrdeace vtth Statue. $td lots and land atttl is  mmtF. N/IMrl, Oral drilld J 40  1'IMtm Or  the. Iota described by jr, b]Lock, Iddit/o, oK..  th8 IqJ811881s  taBeo, JlOB811, yasr Selm.arly stated 88 LolXwa: llle(,) of Om(e) DescrptOlt AppasrLo 8 ue lamd T lloolk Vest Auto Auctio clo Jim Allen Otis. Canton. loU 1,|,3,6 3 i 114rL36 11130,13 I1011'l Stephen E. hoeard Tully Csatoe, pt lot, V, I.E. I I. Tully Csnto. pt M. I.I. i |. le I 1 13 $ 15.93 I L1.91 $ tl. 8 11 $ 7.1 $ t.$1 $ 6"ki tlLaquut tas, pmmltios, interest, asd cut. aro due tlmreas at tlw t.41s of t 0ored d $1e4 at Noetlc411o. b.. this 23rd dsy of July. INS fasl) robert |, Yastck. lleccor 0 /