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FOR THE RECORD Press-News Journal, Canton, Mo., Thursday, August 15, 1985, PUBLIC NOTICE I I Notice Of Filing Of Final Settlement And Petition For Dlstrlbutlon 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 pernal-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, 1985, 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 398, Canton, Mo. 63435 Tele. No. 314-288-4461 -s-Gertrude A. Maheney, Personal Representative 417 Stafford Road Lee's Summit, Mo. 64063 Ist 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 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 r 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 3C8, 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, 1965, judgment by default will be 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 hand and the seal of the Circuit Court this 30th day of July, 1965. William B. Smith II, Circuit Clerk by: Debbie Price Deputy Circuit Clerk Ist Pub. Aug. 8 4t Notice Of Appointment Of A Conservator State of Missouri ) County of Lewis ) ss. In The Circuit Court Probate Division Lewis County, Missouri In the estate of Bessie McReynolds, disabled. Estate No. CV785-33P To all persons interested in the estate of Bessie McReynolds, a disabled person: On the 9th day of August, 1985, Leslie H. Little was appointed conservator of the estate of Bessie McReynolds, a person adjudicated disabled under the the Southwest Fourth of the Northwest laws of the State of Missouri, by qrxt  uqrthw Fourth of Prohaion of theM Cit " Court. Seventeen (17), Township Sixty-two (62) 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 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 1:00 p.m. and 2:00 p.m., to satisfy the said note and costs. Richard R. Howe 4136 Lewis Street P.O, Box 289 Canton, Mixouri Attorney for Trustee Jeanne E. Johnson Lewis St. P.O. Box 289 Canton, Mo. Trustee ISt Pub. July 25 4t Notice Of Filing Of Final Settlement And Petition For Distributlea R.S.Mo. Jan. 1981 In The Circuit Court Of Lewis County, Mimmuri Probate Division At Monticello In the estate of John Anthony Lewis, deceased. Estate No. CV7S4.70P Yoall persons interested in the estate of John Anthony Lewis, deceased: You are hereby notified that the undersigned personLl representative will file a final settlement and petition  detormination of the persons who are the succemmrs in interest to the [] [] p00ml-00 of the d0000ent and of the extent and character of their interest therein and for distrtlm- t/on of such property, in the Probate Division of the Circuit Court of Lewis County, Missouri, on August 25, 19, or as may be continued by the Court, and that any objections or exceptions m to rdch fmal settlement or petition or [[i any item thereof must be in writing and filed within twenty days after the fillng of such final settlement. [4-Fred L. Westhoff, Attorney .o. Box soB, , Mo. HTele. No. 314-288-4461 -s-Thelma M. Lewis Personal Representative 298 Skinner Street LaGrange, Mo. 6M48 Pub. July 25 4t business addresd'of the conservator is 1300 White Street, Route 2, Box 5A, Canton, Missouri 63435. All creditors of said disabled person are notified to file their claims in Probate Division of the Circuit Court of Lewis County, Missouri, within six months from the date of first publication of this notice, or be forever barred. Judy Hartley, Clerk 1st Pub. Aug. 15 4t State of Missouri ) County of Lewis ) ss. In The Circuit Court Of Lewis County, Missouri Probate Division, at Monticello In the estate of Omega Faye Hamlin, deceased. Estate No. CV783-47P Notice Of Filing Of Final Settlement And Petition For Distribution To all persons interested in the estate of Omega Faye Hamlin, deceased. Notice is hereby given that a final settlement and petition for determina- tion of the persons who are the successors in interest to the personal and real property of the decedent and of the extent and character of thor interests therein and for distribution of such property, will be filed in the Circuit Court of Lewis County, Mismmri, Probate Division, sitting at Monticello by the undersigned on the 9th day of September, 1965, or as continued by the court and that any objectiom or exceptions to such settlement or petition or any item thereof must be in writing and filed within ten days after the filing of such settlenumt. s-Wallace Hamlin Persol Representative Route 2, Box 108 Lewistown, Mo. 63452 Rendlen, Rendlan, Aherns, Browne and Rendlen, P.C. by Charles E. Rendlen, llI P.O. Box lfl Hannibal, Mo. 63401 314-221-4980 fat Pub. Aug. 15 4t I Deaths BIRTHS & Obituaries ,, Glenn Poor Glenn Poor, 59, of Newark, a retired farmer, died Sunday, Aug. 11, 1985, in his home. Glenn W. Poor was born Oct. 29, 1925, in Newark, a son of Albert and Mary Fresh Poor. He married Elsie O. "Missie" Rash Jan. 28, 1948, in Sbelbina. Mr. Poor had lived in Newark for 24 years. He was a member of the LaBelle Masonic Lodge 222, Newark American Legion Post 569, and National Rifleman's Associa- tion. He was of the Assembly of God faith. Survivors include his wife; a son, Michael Poor of Newark; three grandchildren; and other relatives. He was preceded in death by his parents. Funeral services were held Wednes- day in the Coder Funeral Chapel in LaBelle, conducted by the Rev. Delmas Norcross. Burial was in Newark Cemetery. Lotsy Wells Mrs. Lotsy Wells, 98, of Carthage died Saturday, July 27, 1985, at McCune-Brouks Hospital in Carthage after a two month illness. Lotsy E. Wells was born Jan. II, 1887, in Clark County, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Francis Brown. A graduate of Chillicothe (Mo.) Teachers College, she served for several years as a teacher in northern Missouri. She moved to Keokuk in 1923, living there until 1952, when she moved to Carthage. She was a member of the First United Methodist Church. Survivors include a daughter, Mrs. Dorothy Frederick of Carthage; seven grandchildren; nine great grandchil- dren; and other relatives. She was preceded in death by her parents, two sons, and a daughter. Funeral services were held July 3O at the Ulmer Funeral Home, conduct- ed by the Rev. Jay Purviance. Burial was in Park Cemetery in Carthage. Memorials may be made to the First United Methodist Church in Carthage. Bonnie Ludwig Bonnie Ludwig, 71, of Canton, died Tuesday, Aug. 6, 1965, in St. Mary Hospital in Quincy. Bonnie V. Ludwig was born June 9, 1914, at Bushnell, the daughter of' Sam and Bessie Brooks Logan. She married James Ludwig, Sr., on Nov. 16, 1932, near Canton. He died Aug. 27, 1964. She was a member of the LaGrange Christian Church. Survivors include six sons, James Ludwig Jr., and Rodney Ludwig, both of Keokuk, Harold Ludwig of Ewing, Lyle Ludwig of LaGrange, Keith Ludwig of Quincy, and Dennis Ludwig of Canton; two daughters, Mrs. Jane Martin of Catlin, Ill., and Mrs. Connie Otto of Canton; a brother, Kenneth Logan, address unknown; two sisters, Mrs. Mildred Lewis of LaGrane. and Fawn Curty of Berlin, Md.; 20 grandchildren; four step grandchil- dren; 13 great grandchildren; a step great grandchild; and other relatives. She was also preceded in death by her parents, a daughter, three brothers and three sisters. Funeral services were held Thurs- day in the Davis Funeral Chapel in Canton, cenducted by the Rev. Kenneth Baliard. Music was furnished by Shirley Hinkle at the organ. Pall bearers were Ralph Ludwig, Randy Eaton, Bill Eisenbeiss, Paul Feldkamp, David Farr and Gary Ludwig. Burial was in East Midway Cemetery near Canton. CARDS OF THANKS CARD OF THANKS We wish to express our sincere thanks for all the cards, food, floral tributes and prayerful support from all our family, friends, and neighbors during the recent death of our mother. A special thank you to Ralph and Carolyn. + The Family of Bonnie Ludwig Mr. and Mrs. Mahlon Briscoe of Canton are parents of a baby girl born Thursday, Aug. 8, in Blessing Hospital in Quincy. She weighed 7 pounds 6 ounces and has been named Micah Lee. Grandparents are Mrs. Donna Briscoe of Fenton, Mich., and the late Clyde Briscoe, and Mrs. Georgene Butler of Canton and the late Cleve Butler. Great grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Bill Horn of Canton. Mr. and Mrs. Michael Spurgeon of Hannibal are parents of a baby boy born Wednesday, Aug. 7, in Levering Hospital in Hannibal. He weighed 7 pounds 14 ounces and has been named Michael Benjamin. Grandparents are Joan Spurgeen of Canton and Mr. and Mrs. William Lowe of Hannibal. Great grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Russell Lay of Lewistown and,Mr, and Mrs. Jerry Crape of Canton. Old Threshers to unveil new museum Midwest Old Settlers and Threshers Association, Inc., Mt. Pleasant, will unveil a new museum exhibit Satur- day, Aug. 17, at 11 a.m. in the Heritage Museum. The exhibit entitled, "Wo- men...Partners on the Land" will be officially open to the public after the Saturday morning preview opening and dedication. The new exhibit illustrates the impact women had on American agriculture during the 1880 to 1925 period. The midwestern farm wife lived thru the rigors of this time, raised her family and made coutrL- butions worthy of recognition by all those who came after her. Midwest Old Threshers has provided this recogni- tion by constructing an interpretive exhibit to afford greater insight to the contributions of women to the rural heritage. The exhibit concludes with a display of photographs of women involved with modern agriculture showing their continuing important roles in life of today's family farm. "lq newmseum eiblt was made possible through the combined efforts of the Iowa Humanities Board, the National Endowment for the Human- ities, the John Deere Foundation and the valued support of many local individuals and firms. The new exhibit will be also open to the public at the Midwest Old Threshers Reunion Aug. 29-Sept. 2. CARDS OF THANKS CARD OF THANKS I wish to thank the people that sent me cards and food and those that came to visit me. + Gladys Milnes CARD OF THANKS Thanks to those who telephoned, sent cards, or helped in any way while I was in the hospital and after I returned home. + Ray Hanley CARD OF THANKS We would like to thank friends, relatives, and neighbors for their kindness, sympathy and prayers extended to us during the illness and death of our beloved father, grand- father, and great grandfather, Forrt Brown. We also extend tJrJ for the food, beautiful floral tributes and memorial offerings. May God blea you all. Mr. & Mrs. Kenneth Brown & Family Mr. & Mrs. Wayne Bronestine & Family CARD OF THANKS The family of Aloyz J. Wiskirchen wishes to expresa their appreciation for the many expreuio of sympathy and love received upon the recent death of our father, grandfather and dear friend. May God ble you all! + The Family CARD OF THANKS A big thank you to all my friends and neighbors for cards, phone calls, flowers and words of concern during my stay in the hospital, + Wayne Bixler CARD OF THANKS I would like to extend a sincere thank you to all who sent cards, called, or visited me while I was in the hospital and since I've returned home. + Lawrence Wolfmeyer Cork's Body Shop MONTICELLO, MO. NOW HAS 24 HOUR WRECKER SERVICE PHONE 767-5428 CORK GARNER Missourians may comment on lottery Secretary of State Roy Blunt announced that Missourians have just 30 days, or until Sept. 15, to offer public comment on the first proposed rules of operation for the Missouri State Lottery Commission. Those rules appear in the Aug. 16 edition of the "Missouri Register" which is publish- ed by Blunt's office. Blunt praised the commission for going beyond its legislated respon- sibilities in following regular rule- making policies. The Secretary of State pointed out that the enabling legislation approved in the last session of the General Assembly exempted the Lottery Commission from filing the usual administrative rules. "This Commission has gone out of its way to inform the public by voluntarily complying with the normal rules of publication. The members should be commended for that," Blunt added. In communication with Lottery Commission Chairman Gene Ruble, Blunt is now seeking the commission's support to push for legislation requiring this and future commissions to comply with the rules of publication. "Certainly," Blunt said, "this com- mission is complying as we would want it to and in a manner that will best serve the public. But, there could be future commissions that would not be as conscientious. I think we should close the loophole As; all administrative for government the Lottery deal with lottery final in the present the lottery usual state "The rules say finds he may obtain or services on the better price than any the approval of purchase on the op said. The rule director to buy on there are less than good or service, emergency or if protect the lottery's Blunt says the  also allow the negotiate with the the contract at be has obtained possible. Copies d the can be obtained at Missouri out the state or Id Missouri Secretary -- Jefferson City. 'Killer Bees' may beekeepers breeding So-called "killer bees" are invading Southern bee breeding operations that Missouri beekeepers depend on for their breeding stock. "It's inevitable that some will get into Missouri beekeeping operations, because it's very difficult to tell these bees from ordinary honeybees," said Flernoy Jones, University of Missouri- Columbia extension entromologist. The only recourse, Jones said, would be a scientific screening program to try to identify the super aggressive African honeybees before they are shipped north. He said their sting  no nure toxic than that of domegtic'bees, but because they are more excitable, a slight disturbance can cause a large number to chase and sting people or' animals within 300 feet. "They're just plain mean," Jones said. And they like to swarm. "Ordinary honeybees swarm a couple times a year. The new queen takes a bunch of bees away while the old queen keeps the rest at the hive," Jones said. "African honeybees swarm a dozen times a year. At that rate, a beekeeper would soon be out of bees." But Jones doesn't expect Missouri beehives to be overwhelmed with "killer bees" for several years. On July 25 of this year, African honeybees were confirmed near Lost Hills, Calif., the first time these bees were found inland in the North American continent. While this was the first inland finding, intercepted on ships' since 1979. "The bee is well and Central certainly will becOv. this country," Jones It has been rate of 200 miles per: "People have chiming they've their yard or because many of bees' are common the hundreds d around homes," "It's impossible bee' just by scientific test -- few places in the tests are made." Jones said most have to worry about African bees, ern Missouri is north as the bees survive the winters. "The excitement recent news subside, but the the beekeepers years," Jones said. "They just have to about the bees southern United to keep an eye super-active "Also, they protective gear wJ bees from now on." Pork Council to plan to increase pork The National Pork Producers Cram- ell (NPPC), reacting to a sudden and surprising drop in the hog market in recent weeks, has launched an all-out fort to generate increased perk saled in the nation's food markets through the remainder of the summer and on into the fall months. NPPC president Ron Kahle, in a letter to major food retailers, noted that red meat prices are at their lowest level in many years. While that has placed many pork producers in a precarious financial situation "the excess supply presents an opportunity for retailers to pass bargains the letter to increased featuring outlet meat cam provide co-op major retailers program. In a packers, NPPC and said it would in a cooperative moving through chains during NOTICE OF PUBUC HEAIIINO A Pubi/e Hearing wLn be held |:30 p.m., Aug. 28, 1985 st City Hall st which thne dtizem may be Imsrd on the propm to be set by Union ToaMp Drains subdtvtsiou. Tim tu retain shall be  to Wodu the budget for tl rmeal year bqzmtnl October I, X98S, shorn' from tbe iwoperty tu. Fw.h taz rote im detm.mim amount of rvenue rulu/red by the emnmat amemed ts multipaed by 100 m the tax rate vii1 be expremed j valuation. Asams Vahtiou Current Tax Yem" 15 P, esl F, state $t0,030 Maintenance & curm  Anunt ot Property Tax RnmueS Budgeted for 1985 Board or: Unien By: FOR THE RECORD Press-News Journal, Canton, Mo., Thursday, August 15, 1985, PUBLIC NOTICE I I Notice Of Filing Of Final Settlement And Petition For Dlstrlbutlon 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 pernal-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, 1985, 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 398, Canton, Mo. 63435 Tele. No. 314-288-4461 -s-Gertrude A. Maheney, Personal Representative 417 Stafford Road Lee's Summit, Mo. 64063 Ist 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 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 r 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 3C8, 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, 1965, judgment by default will be 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 hand and the seal of the Circuit Court this 30th day of July, 1965. William B. Smith II, Circuit Clerk by: Debbie Price Deputy Circuit Clerk Ist Pub. Aug. 8 4t Notice Of Appointment Of A Conservator State of Missouri ) County of Lewis ) ss. In The Circuit Court Probate Division Lewis County, Missouri In the estate of Bessie McReynolds, disabled. Estate No. CV785-33P To all persons interested in the estate of Bessie McReynolds, a disabled person: On the 9th day of August, 1985, Leslie H. Little was appointed conservator of the estate of Bessie McReynolds, a person adjudicated disabled under the the Southwest Fourth of the Northwest laws of the State of Missouri, by qrxt  uqrthw Fourth of Prohaion of theM Cit " Court. Seventeen (17), Township Sixty-two (62) 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 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 1:00 p.m. and 2:00 p.m., to satisfy the said note and costs. Richard R. Howe 4136 Lewis Street P.O, Box 289 Canton, Mixouri Attorney for Trustee Jeanne E. Johnson Lewis St. P.O. Box 289 Canton, Mo. Trustee ISt Pub. July 25 4t Notice Of Filing Of Final Settlement And Petition For Distributlea R.S.Mo. Jan. 1981 In The Circuit Court Of Lewis County, Mimmuri Probate Division At Monticello In the estate of John Anthony Lewis, deceased. Estate No. CV7S4.70P Yoall persons interested in the estate of John Anthony Lewis, deceased: You are hereby notified that the undersigned personLl representative will file a final settlement and petition  detormination of the persons who are the succemmrs in interest to the [] [] p00ml-00 of the d0000ent and of the extent and character of their interest therein and for distrtlm- t/on of such property, in the Probate Division of the Circuit Court of Lewis County, Missouri, on August 25, 19, or as may be continued by the Court, and that any objections or exceptions m to rdch fmal settlement or petition or [[i any item thereof must be in writing and filed within twenty days after the fillng of such final settlement. [4-Fred L. Westhoff, Attorney .o. Box soB, , Mo. HTele. No. 314-288-4461 -s-Thelma M. Lewis Personal Representative 298 Skinner Street LaGrange, Mo. 6M48 Pub. July 25 4t business addresd'of the conservator is 1300 White Street, Route 2, Box 5A, Canton, Missouri 63435. All creditors of said disabled person are notified to file their claims in Probate Division of the Circuit Court of Lewis County, Missouri, within six months from the date of first publication of this notice, or be forever barred. Judy Hartley, Clerk 1st Pub. Aug. 15 4t State of Missouri ) County of Lewis ) ss. In The Circuit Court Of Lewis County, Missouri Probate Division, at Monticello In the estate of Omega Faye Hamlin, deceased. Estate No. CV783-47P Notice Of Filing Of Final Settlement And Petition For Distribution To all persons interested in the estate of Omega Faye Hamlin, deceased. Notice is hereby given that a final settlement and petition for determina- tion of the persons who are the successors in interest to the personal and real property of the decedent and of the extent and character of thor interests therein and for distribution of such property, will be filed in the Circuit Court of Lewis County, Mismmri, Probate Division, sitting at Monticello by the undersigned on the 9th day of September, 1965, or as continued by the court and that any objectiom or exceptions to such settlement or petition or any item thereof must be in writing and filed within ten days after the filing of such settlenumt. s-Wallace Hamlin Persol Representative Route 2, Box 108 Lewistown, Mo. 63452 Rendlen, Rendlan, Aherns, Browne and Rendlen, P.C. by Charles E. Rendlen, llI P.O. Box lfl Hannibal, Mo. 63401 314-221-4980 fat Pub. Aug. 15 4t I Deaths BIRTHS & Obituaries ,, Glenn Poor Glenn Poor, 59, of Newark, a retired farmer, died Sunday, Aug. 11, 1985, in his home. Glenn W. Poor was born Oct. 29, 1925, in Newark, a son of Albert and Mary Fresh Poor. He married Elsie O. "Missie" Rash Jan. 28, 1948, in Sbelbina. Mr. Poor had lived in Newark for 24 years. He was a member of the LaBelle Masonic Lodge 222, Newark American Legion Post 569, and National Rifleman's Associa- tion. He was of the Assembly of God faith. Survivors include his wife; a son, Michael Poor of Newark; three grandchildren; and other relatives. He was preceded in death by his parents. Funeral services were held Wednes- day in the Coder Funeral Chapel in LaBelle, conducted by the Rev. Delmas Norcross. Burial was in Newark Cemetery. Lotsy Wells Mrs. Lotsy Wells, 98, of Carthage died Saturday, July 27, 1985, at McCune-Brouks Hospital in Carthage after a two month illness. Lotsy E. Wells was born Jan. II, 1887, in Clark County, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Francis Brown. A graduate of Chillicothe (Mo.) Teachers College, she served for several years as a teacher in northern Missouri. She moved to Keokuk in 1923, living there until 1952, when she moved to Carthage. She was a member of the First United Methodist Church. Survivors include a daughter, Mrs. Dorothy Frederick of Carthage; seven grandchildren; nine great grandchil- dren; and other relatives. She was preceded in death by her parents, two sons, and a daughter. Funeral services were held July 3O at the Ulmer Funeral Home, conduct- ed by the Rev. Jay Purviance. Burial was in Park Cemetery in Carthage. Memorials may be made to the First United Methodist Church in Carthage. Bonnie Ludwig Bonnie Ludwig, 71, of Canton, died Tuesday, Aug. 6, 1965, in St. Mary Hospital in Quincy. Bonnie V. Ludwig was born June 9, 1914, at Bushnell, the daughter of' Sam and Bessie Brooks Logan. She married James Ludwig, Sr., on Nov. 16, 1932, near Canton. He died Aug. 27, 1964. She was a member of the LaGrange Christian Church. Survivors include six sons, James Ludwig Jr., and Rodney Ludwig, both of Keokuk, Harold Ludwig of Ewing, Lyle Ludwig of LaGrange, Keith Ludwig of Quincy, and Dennis Ludwig of Canton; two daughters, Mrs. Jane Martin of Catlin, Ill., and Mrs. Connie Otto of Canton; a brother, Kenneth Logan, address unknown; two sisters, Mrs. Mildred Lewis of LaGrane. and Fawn Curty of Berlin, Md.; 20 grandchildren; four step grandchil- dren; 13 great grandchildren; a step great grandchild; and other relatives. She was also preceded in death by her parents, a daughter, three brothers and three sisters. Funeral services were held Thurs- day in the Davis Funeral Chapel in Canton, cenducted by the Rev. Kenneth Baliard. Music was furnished by Shirley Hinkle at the organ. Pall bearers were Ralph Ludwig, Randy Eaton, Bill Eisenbeiss, Paul Feldkamp, David Farr and Gary Ludwig. Burial was in East Midway Cemetery near Canton. CARDS OF THANKS CARD OF THANKS We wish to express our sincere thanks for all the cards, food, floral tributes and prayerful support from all our family, friends, and neighbors during the recent death of our mother. A special thank you to Ralph and Carolyn. + The Family of Bonnie Ludwig Mr. and Mrs. Mahlon Briscoe of Canton are parents of a baby girl born Thursday, Aug. 8, in Blessing Hospital in Quincy. She weighed 7 pounds 6 ounces and has been named Micah Lee. Grandparents are Mrs. Donna Briscoe of Fenton, Mich., and the late Clyde Briscoe, and Mrs. Georgene Butler of Canton and the late Cleve Butler. Great grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Bill Horn of Canton. Mr. and Mrs. Michael Spurgeon of Hannibal are parents of a baby boy born Wednesday, Aug. 7, in Levering Hospital in Hannibal. He weighed 7 pounds 14 ounces and has been named Michael Benjamin. Grandparents are Joan Spurgeen of Canton and Mr. and Mrs. William Lowe of Hannibal. Great grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Russell Lay of Lewistown and,Mr, and Mrs. Jerry Crape of Canton. Old Threshers to unveil new museum Midwest Old Settlers and Threshers Association, Inc., Mt. Pleasant, will unveil a new museum exhibit Satur- day, Aug. 17, at 11 a.m. in the Heritage Museum. The exhibit entitled, "Wo- men...Partners on the Land" will be officially open to the public after the Saturday morning preview opening and dedication. The new exhibit illustrates the impact women had on American agriculture during the 1880 to 1925 period. The midwestern farm wife lived thru the rigors of this time, raised her family and made coutrL- butions worthy of recognition by all those who came after her. Midwest Old Threshers has provided this recogni- tion by constructing an interpretive exhibit to afford greater insight to the contributions of women to the rural heritage. The exhibit concludes with a display of photographs of women involved with modern agriculture showing their continuing important roles in life of today's family farm. "lq newmseum eiblt was made possible through the combined efforts of the Iowa Humanities Board, the National Endowment for the Human- ities, the John Deere Foundation and the valued support of many local individuals and firms. The new exhibit will be also open to the public at the Midwest Old Threshers Reunion Aug. 29-Sept. 2. CARDS OF THANKS CARD OF THANKS I wish to thank the people that sent me cards and food and those that came to visit me. + Gladys Milnes CARD OF THANKS Thanks to those who telephoned, sent cards, or helped in any way while I was in the hospital and after I returned home. + Ray Hanley CARD OF THANKS We would like to thank friends, relatives, and neighbors for their kindness, sympathy and prayers extended to us during the illness and death of our beloved father, grand- father, and great grandfather, Forrt Brown. We also extend tJrJ for the food, beautiful floral tributes and memorial offerings. May God blea you all. Mr. & Mrs. Kenneth Brown & Family Mr. & Mrs. Wayne Bronestine & Family CARD OF THANKS The family of Aloyz J. Wiskirchen wishes to expresa their appreciation for the many expreuio of sympathy and love received upon the recent death of our father, grandfather and dear friend. May God ble you all! + The Family CARD OF THANKS A big thank you to all my friends and neighbors for cards, phone calls, flowers and words of concern during my stay in the hospital, + Wayne Bixler CARD OF THANKS I would like to extend a sincere thank you to all who sent cards, called, or visited me while I was in the hospital and since I've returned home. + Lawrence Wolfmeyer Cork's Body Shop MONTICELLO, MO. NOW HAS 24 HOUR WRECKER SERVICE PHONE 767-5428 CORK GARNER Missourians may comment on lottery Secretary of State Roy Blunt announced that Missourians have just 30 days, or until Sept. 15, to offer public comment on the first proposed rules of operation for the Missouri State Lottery Commission. Those rules appear in the Aug. 16 edition of the "Missouri Register" which is publish- ed by Blunt's office. Blunt praised the commission for going beyond its legislated respon- sibilities in following regular rule- making policies. The Secretary of State pointed out that the enabling legislation approved in the last session of the General Assembly exempted the Lottery Commission from filing the usual administrative rules. "This Commission has gone out of its way to inform the public by voluntarily complying with the normal rules of publication. The members should be commended for that," Blunt added. In communication with Lottery Commission Chairman Gene Ruble, Blunt is now seeking the commission's support to push for legislation requiring this and future commissions to comply with the rules of publication. "Certainly," Blunt said, "this com- mission is complying as we would want it to and in a manner that will best serve the public. But, there could be future commissions that would not be as conscientious. I think we should close the loophole As; all administrative for government the Lottery deal with lottery final in the present the lottery usual state "The rules say finds he may obtain or services on the better price than any the approval of purchase on the op said. The rule director to buy on there are less than good or service, emergency or if protect the lottery's Blunt says the  also allow the negotiate with the the contract at be has obtained possible. Copies d the can be obtained at Missouri out the state or Id Missouri Secretary -- Jefferson City. 'Killer Bees' may beekeepers breeding So-called "killer bees" are invading Southern bee breeding operations that Missouri beekeepers depend on for their breeding stock. "It's inevitable that some will get into Missouri beekeeping operations, because it's very difficult to tell these bees from ordinary honeybees," said Flernoy Jones, University of Missouri- Columbia extension entromologist. The only recourse, Jones said, would be a scientific screening program to try to identify the super aggressive African honeybees before they are shipped north. He said their sting  no nure toxic than that of domegtic'bees, but because they are more excitable, a slight disturbance can cause a large number to chase and sting people or' animals within 300 feet. "They're just plain mean," Jones said. And they like to swarm. "Ordinary honeybees swarm a couple times a year. The new queen takes a bunch of bees away while the old queen keeps the rest at the hive," Jones said. "African honeybees swarm a dozen times a year. At that rate, a beekeeper would soon be out of bees." But Jones doesn't expect Missouri beehives to be overwhelmed with "killer bees" for several years. On July 25 of this year, African honeybees were confirmed near Lost Hills, Calif., the first time these bees were found inland in the North American continent. While this was the first inland finding, intercepted on ships' since 1979. "The bee is well and Central certainly will becOv. this country," Jones It has been rate of 200 miles per: "People have chiming they've their yard or because many of bees' are common the hundreds d around homes," "It's impossible bee' just by scientific test -- few places in the tests are made." Jones said most have to worry about African bees, ern Missouri is north as the bees survive the winters. "The excitement recent news subside, but the the beekeepers years," Jones said. "They just have to about the bees southern United to keep an eye super-active "Also, they protective gear wJ bees from now on." Pork Council to plan to increase pork The National Pork Producers Cram- ell (NPPC), reacting to a sudden and surprising drop in the hog market in recent weeks, has launched an all-out fort to generate increased perk saled in the nation's food markets through the remainder of the summer and on into the fall months. NPPC president Ron Kahle, in a letter to major food retailers, noted that red meat prices are at their lowest level in many years. While that has placed many pork producers in a precarious financial situation "the excess supply presents an opportunity for retailers to pass bargains the letter to increased featuring outlet meat cam provide co-op major retailers program. In a packers, NPPC and said it would in a cooperative moving through chains during NOTICE OF PUBUC HEAIIINO A Pubi/e Hearing wLn be held |:30 p.m., Aug. 28, 1985 st City Hall st which thne dtizem may be Imsrd on the propm to be set by Union ToaMp Drains subdtvtsiou. Tim tu retain shall be  to Wodu the budget for tl rmeal year bqzmtnl October I, X98S, shorn' from tbe iwoperty tu. Fw.h taz rote im detm.mim amount of rvenue rulu/red by the emnmat amemed ts multipaed by 100 m the tax rate vii1 be expremed j valuation. Asams Vahtiou Current Tax Yem" 15 P, esl F, state $t0,030 Maintenance & curm  Anunt ot Property Tax RnmueS Budgeted for 1985 Board or: Unien By: