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e PRESS-NEWS JOURNAL, CANTON, MO. I By Cind t Clickner Dale Murphy, Donna Mr. and Mrs. Ran and Gilmer Johnston and Brinkley left on Friday for Bill Johnstons played Indiana to visit his brother, cards with Harvey and Mr. and Mrs, John Brink- Barb Allen. ley of Pa. Ran Brinkley Harvey and Barb had not been back here for Allen attended the Gosney thirty years. Ran was the reunion at the Lewistown son of the late Oren and. Park on Sunday. They Gladys Daggs Brinkley. also went to Mediapolis, Maxine Walker vis- Iowa to visit his sisters, ited her nephew, Jim Lil- Kay Luttrull and Ruth Sk- lard, who had been a pa- aggs. Ruth was a hospital tient in Blessing Hospital. patient. The Allens and He had come home but had Dale Murphy attended the to return. Cindy and Katelyn fish fry in Fairmont, Mo Clickner went to Quincy, on Saturday. Gene and Beverly on Tuesday. Kern and John and Ada Stephan Vaughn left Brace played cards at the for college at the Univer- home of Harvey and Barb sity of Missouri-Columbia. Allen. Mildred ] ailey took David and JoAnn Irma Allen back her Hawkins left on August 11 home in JerseyviI,Ill and went to Denver Colo and stayed until, noon onand spent Friday night Wednesday. Devonna Larsen was a Tuesday visitor of her mother, Dorothy Day. Brenda Weber came from Texas on Tuesday to clean out her f ;her's, James Lee Shar e apart- ment and returned home on Sunday. Edward and Dova Geisendorfer were Wednesday evening guests of Larry and Mary McConnell. Mr. and Mrs. Ran Brinkley of Harrisburg, Pa arrived Wednesday to visit the Daggs family. They met in Quincy 'or supper. Attending were: Mr. and Mrs. Lester Hoffman, Mr. and Mrs. Dave Fox, Mrs. Lola Grif- fin, Craig O'Dear,Elaine Herbert, Jeanette Halbert and Martha Lou O'Dear. They later enjoyed dessert at the home of Elaine Her- bert of Quincy. Mr. and Mrs. Todd Moore, . exan- dria and Austin were Wednesday callers. On Thursday, Mr. and Mrs. Ran Brinkley, Mr. and Mrs. Lester Hoffman, Martha Lou O'Dear visited Mary Prigge at LaBelle Manor. Later they had sup- per in Lewistown. Those attending were Mr. and Mrs. Dolan Daggs, Wal- ter Adams, Betty Stark, Craig O'Dear, Jeanette Halbert and Elaine Her- bert. On Thursday they drove around where the DagKs family lived. They visited with Linda Hudson on Thursday and also' went to Canton and visited with Mr. and Mrs. Lester Hoffman and Patricia Miller and grandson Quentin. On Friday they had supper at the home of Jeanette Halbert of Quincy. Attending were: Mr. and Mrs. Dolan Daggs, Walter Adams, Mr. and Mrs. Ran Brinkley, Mr. andr'Mrs. Lester Hoffman, Elaine Herbert and Martha Lou O'Dear. with her niece, Jennifer and Shawn Campbell and family. They spent August 12 in Las Vegas, Nev. On August 13 they went to Anaheim, Calif and spent a week with her daughter Jeff and Jane Purdy, Tanner and Tucker, and spent some time with her cousin, Shirley and Harry Marks. They left on Sunday and went to Salt Lake City, Utah and on Monday went sightseeing and toured the temple in Salt Lake City. On Tuesday evening they went to Atlantic, Iowa and took David's san, Greg and Rhonda Hawkins and family out for supper. HOUSE FOR $69,900 3 bed-| room/~-anch has fenced in | ground pool area, large deck &| IIowcr garden. Detached garage. | (46) Lewisto~ J, PIECE OF PARADISE FOR $254,900 4 bodroom/1 bath A-fi-amc on +/-12 acres has it all pond, heated shop, detached ga- rage & wildlife. Don't miss this one! (41) Palmyra OVERLOOK THE LAKE FOR $95,500 2 bedroom/1 bath has large deck, all appfianccs, two small boats & all the scenery you want! (43) Canton LIVE ON THE LAKE FOR $21,000 Build or just camp on this +/-.40 acre lot. Lots of trees great ~4cw and excellent fishing. (49) Canton. Call our office at (217) 222-8807 or any of these Mi~ouri agents: ! William Arp 217-440-77441 Maria Mungo-Broker, ABR GRI 217-653-4104 Bert Collier 217-242-2276 Donna Collier 217-242-7383 Debbie Colvin, GRI ePRO 217-242-0365 Mina Geise 217-242-3868 $' Phyllis Robertson 217-257-5650 Shay Winters - 673-406-7972 201 S. 4th: Bank owned. Lots of up-dating including heat/air, roof, windows and electrical. Great family home across street from Canton R-V.Give us a call for more details. 17723 St. Hwy 81: Reduced $11,500. Brick ranch on 3 acres outside city limits of Canton: House in excel.: lent condition with lots of recent improvements. Call today for your appointment. 713 Washington: Lots ofsq. ft. for the money. Four- five bdrms, two baths. Up-dated heating ystem and 2 year old roof. Owners want an offer. Call for details and an appointment. 17937 310 Ave.: One mile past city limits on 7 hill road.Cute smaller home on 1 l/2 acres. Very moti- vated seller. Call for your appointment than make an offer. 608 Clark: Missing the boat on this 2-story family home with lots of recent re-modeling. Perfect family' home with two baths and 3 bdrms. James "Edd" Hardin, Broker Office: 573-288-4427 Home: 573-288-5981 Cell: 573-406-8069 ! David and JoAnn Hawkins and Bill and Erma Dee Jones attended the all area square dance picnic at Upper Moorman Park on Saturday. David and JoAnn Hawkins ate lunch on Sunday with JoAnn's mother at Country Aire. I Do you have yours.* OF THE SECOND MILLENNIUM IN LEWIS COUNTY 200pages, 440illustrations Hardbound Cover The events.of 1900-1999 At the Press-News Journal t Press-News Journol Your total local news source SHOW-PIE REALTY 120 E. Lafayette, Palmyra, Phone 573-769-3535 NOW ONLY $50,000[ New 05' LAGRANGE CAR WASH. Metal bldg. 1 inside/1 outside wash bay, coin machine, vacu- uming areal. Maywood - '94 mfg. ranch, 3 bd 2 ba 2 car gar. on 220x150' lot, vinyl sid, and FAGF/CA $69,900 LAKE OF THE OAKS! r ~ J# Open-A-Frame, w/2 loft bdmr situated on the Lake w/2 car garage w/full bsmt. $75,000. LAKE OF THE OAKS! 50x80' lot to build on or camp. Right on the water w/dock! Steffenville - 2 bd. pt. bsmt expandable attic on 1.6 AC- RES w/st. shed. Derl Bowman 573-655-4176 Sherri Bell 573-769-2902 Anne Dixon 217-248-9755 Ruth Bowman 573-655-4176 R E ALTOR (217) 228-1000 1-877-228-0041 Something More, NothingLess Dorothy English 573-288-3646 Steve Flesner 217-257-9015 Diana Bockenfeld, ABR, CRS, GRI 305 Lewis Street Canton, MO IMAGINE THE POSSIBILITIES Take over a well established Canton business or start your own. Restaurant/lounge with a spacious dining room, perfect for parties. Stainless steel kitchen has recent updates including new equip- ment. Let Dorothy make your business dreams come true for $160,000. (91) 407 Grant, Canton, MO FLOWERS AND GARAGE GALORE This 2-3 bedroom home has a 4+ car garage. Home has a Jacuzzi tub, main floor laundry, large trees, and beautiful summer flowers. $49,000. Interested? Call Dorothy today. (64) NEW LISTING 252 Cluster Street Durham, Mo. Nice 3 bedroom, 2 bath mo- bile hb'~e, on large tot with trees, and room for a gar- den. 1 car detached garage. Old home on lot could be torn down to make a barn or shed for your horse. Call Steve $34,900 (66) NEW LISTING 609 DONALDSON, CANTON, M0 The work has already been done! Like new home, lots of updates; new cabinets, sink, countertops, wiring 100 amp service, air-conditioner, carpet, doom, some 31umbing. $42,900. Call Steve. (60) ABSOLUTE LAND AUCTION 84 Acres / Clark County Missouri Thursday Evening September 7th at the hour of 6:00 p.m. Sale conductbd at the Care Building, Vine Street, Kahoka, MO GENERAL LOCATION AND DESCRIPTION The McCoy tract is generally located approximately 2 miles N.W. of Wayland, ME) or approximately 5 miles South of the Iowa border, West of Hwy 61 and Rte. B. Offers 16 acres tillable, balance in woodlands, lies East of the Fox River. Abundant Wildlife! Access by hard surface road 201 on the East and unmaintained county road on the West. Excellent opportuni- ty to purchase prime hunting land or a future building site on hard surface road. LEGAL DESCRIPTION: The Southeast Fourth of the Southeast Quarter of Section 24, Twp 65, R7 and the Southwest fourth of the Southwest Quarter of Section 19, Twp 65, R6 all in Clark County ME). TERMS AND CONDITIONS - Successful buyer(s) will pay a non refundable 10% down day of sale and sign into contract with the sellers. Balance due on or before October 6, 2006. Possession will be given at closing on woodlands. Tillable acres will be released after fall harvest. Taxes prorated. AUCTIoNEER'S NOTE: Prospective buyers are encour- aged to view the tract at their own convenience and make your own observations. Maps and photos available online. Terms: Cash or check with proper ID. Not responsible in case of accidents. Announcements made sale day take precedence over any advertisement. The above information is believed to be accurate; however, no liability for its accura- cy, errors or omissions are assumed by the seller or auction service. Gladys McCoy Estate Jim McCoy P.R. Scott Summers, Attorney for Sellers McAfee/Hayes Inc. :" AUCTION SERVICE " I Kahoka, MO 660-727-3796 J www.mcafeeauctionservice.com I THURSDA Y, AUGUST 31, 2006 - PAGE 6 Klataske's Auto Sales HIGHWAY 6 WEST, LEWISTOWN, MO. The Biggest Dealer in the County DELMAR KLATASKE KARL 61SHOFF 573-215-2255 573-288-5948 UPCOMING AUCTIONS McAfee/Hayes Auction Service Thurs. evening, Sept. 7 6 p.m. - Clark Co ME) Land Auction 84 Acres Absolute Auction, Sale will be conducted at the CARE Building, Kahoka, MO - Gladys McCoy Estate. Sat Sept. 9th Starts 10 a.m. - Located at 375 S. Adams Street, Memphis, ME). Antiques, Collectibles, Glassware, Weather Vein and Lamp Collection, Household Misc. Sam & Ivalee Crawford, Sellers Tues Sept. 12 Starts 10 a.m. - Located 6 miles wesi of Memphis, ME) on Hwy. 136, then 6 miles north on Rt. B, then west 1 mile On County Road. Selling tractors, equipment, shop and farm related. Garyand Judy Beemer, Sellers Sun Sept. 17th Starts 12 Noon - Located west on Canton, ME) on Hwy. 16 approx. 2 miles (former JD Building), Selling Quality Antiques and Collectibles, 900+ pieces of glassware, household misc. 3 Party Sale. AUCTION Saturday Sept. 9th Sale Starts: 10:00 a.m. As we are selling our home, we will sell the following located at 375 S. Adams Street, Memphis, MO. ANTIQUES / COLLECTIBLES - Walnut break front cupboard with crown; pressed paneled - tin side kitchen cabinet with crown; oak drop front desk; oak harvest table with 2 leaves; set of 4 oak P/B, S/B, cane bottom chairs and 3 nice others; ice cream table with 5 chairs; 4 pc. bow front Hepplewhite style mahogany bed- room outfit to include bed, vanity, tall chest, and bed side stand; wooden butter mold;coffee grinder; nice selection of vintage hat pins; several decorated glass Easter eggs; 2 treadle sewing machine cabinets (refinished) and other treadle frame tables; oak fern and plant stands; dinner bell; maple flip top desk; claw and ball organ stool; walnut smoke stand; washboard; rug beaters; Kraut cutter; corn dryer hook; barn lantern; iron building star; sad irons; baskets; collectible jewelry and fancy hair combs; child's slate board; brass door knobs; graniteware; i/on' kettles; primitive kitchen items; milk stool; oak stool; P.B. sewing rocker; bassinet on stand; quilting frame; maple wicker seat rocker and other straight chairs; oak lamp table; Library table cut down to coffee table with pillars; very nice selection of vintage Christmas light bulbs, Santa, birds, etc.; hat box stand; 2 nail kegs; brass and wooden candle sticks; iron smoke stand; 2 Steiff Bears and oth- ers; Eathan Allen: dressing mirror, 2 candle stick tables, corner shelves, and table with 4 chairs. GUN: Rem. model 550-1 22 auto (good). WEATHER VANE COLLECTION - Extra nice collection! Lightning rod with copper .~r top; rubY I clear weathery~ane, re~ and light blue (bubble) balis ~zod com'~ plete), lightning rod with star tol horse weather vane '(~;ells complete); A~lso 10 additional lightning rods with one or two colored balls and weather vanes (all sell as sets); selling individually 14 assorted colored glass balls and ruby and clear weather vane; (several color photos online). ELECTRIC AND KEROSENE LAMP COLLECTION Outstanding collection of leaded, bent panel and swag panel slag glass table lamps on (single, double and triple sockets) bronzed metal bases and others (majority are old and original) Excellent Selection! Including Bradley and Huberd and possibly other signed lamps; fancy cloth and iron shade dresser lamp; single and double iridescent shade lamps; Jadeite / marble base lamps; 2 slag glass floor lamps; celluloid shade lamp; 7 iron base bridge style lamps with assorted colored shades; cupid base lamps; hanging lamp; few newer occasional and table lead glass and satin lamps. Selling a nice selection of kerosene lamps to include: Yellow Moonstone Vertique Aladdin lamp with repo glass shade; silver Aladdin Oriental lamp with original 701 A table lamp shade; tall Lincoln Drape M.G. lamp with hand painted shade; green Cosmos Drape, Princess Feather, Kings Crown (chip on base); composite lamps with M.G. bases clear pattern reservoir and M.G. shade reflectors; finger lamps; miniature lamps; iron base; and other pattern lamps; 3 bracket wall lamps. QUALITY GLASSWARE / STONEWARE - Extra nice col- lection of emerald green Croesus pattern glass with gold trim to include: Covered butter dish, 3 sizes of pitchers / creamer, berry bowl set, relish dish, cruet, salt and pepper, tray, 2 sizes covered sugars, celery vase, jelly compote, spooner, toothpick; Also sell- ing emerald green X-ray covered sugar and other boat shape bowl; opalescent glass to include: Northwood Drapery spooner, (G) Iris with, Meander toothpick; Hobnail, Cranberp/, and various other assorted colored Fenton glass pieces; Jadeite 3 pc. canis- ter set, pouring bowl, salt and pepper shakers; Satin glass pieces; large assortment of Westmoreland glass to include : covere, d raised wing swan and spread wing eagle, baskets, rose bowls, water set, vases, bowls, salt and peppers, and other pieces. Various other assorted blue Milk Glass and Milk Glass pieces. Several animal covered dishes and Lavabo etc.; Large set of Depression Bubble glass; green Depression Beater jar and M.G. Whip jar, and shakers; Black Amethyst pieces, basket etc.; Evergreen pressed vases; various decorated Milk glass pieces; M.G. spittoon; Green Town chocolate glass covered dolphin dish; Carnival (grape) rose bowl and vase; Ruby Red pieces; China trivets; EAPG pieces, cake stand etc.; few collectible figurines such as, Leffton and Denim Days; 2 Chalkware cats; collectible roosters; nice selection of Pie Birds; several china hat pin holder; McKee child's cream and sugar and candle sticks (ivory); Imperial glass pieces; Stoneware to include: 4 and 6 gal. Blue Ribbon crock; Redwing Splatterware bowl, 2 blue bowls, and others; wax sealer jars, stone jug and other small crocks. HOUSEHOLD MISC. - 2 burgundy, 1 blue, and 1 mauve La- Z-Boy recliners; oak punch tin panel cabinet; 27" RCATV; oak TV trays; full size (iron) bed; 2 maple twin size beds; large 4 cushion sofa; wall mirrors; magazine rack; chest of drawers; 2 maple side tables and others; humidifiers; Hoover vacuum; 2 quilt racks; var- ious craft and flower items, beads, paints, etc.; various seasonal decorations; linens, bedding, pillows, etc.; assorted small kitchen appliances and related items; wooden Clothes closet; Also selling bird bath; lawn furniture; few tools; sump pump; Weber grill; gar- den tools. AUCTIONEER'S NOTE: Don't' miss this excellent 60 plus year collection! Nice variety of well kept items. Lunch available. Terms: Cash or check with proper ID. Not responsible in case of accident or theft. Announcements made sale day take prece- dence over any advertisement. Sam and Ivatee Crawford, Sellers McAfee/Hayes Inc. 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