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A "I*. Monroe County Appeal, Madison Times &amp; Paris Mercury, Paris, Me., Thursday, June S, 19"t;- It Raymond Stone Sunday. FALL SEASON-ON "" FEBRI3ARY vITAL .... Mad|son Area 1 Mrs. Marie GL,tt, Editor and .Manager SADDLE CLUB Madison Saddle club its regular monthly meeting May 30 with seven present. The club made for their horse show corn- Francis Haley Trucking MADISON, MO. C00kin' ! """'--" Arno,d Stone is spending a Whats s,s.s ! week with Mr. and Mrs. Jessie The Conservation Commission In Missouri in February, the Hangrove. From the Kitchen of Monroe has approved a fall turkey sea- last month for which figures Mr. and Mrs. Jimmie Garnett Manor, by Juanita Bare, Food son for archers only during all of have been compiled, there were visited Sunday night and Men- Service Supervisor October. 4,899 deaths, 4,181 live births. day with' Mr. and Mrs. Jessie Each morning at 6:00 o'clock Either sex would be legal 10 infant deaths, 3,038 marri- Hangrove. " the kitchen of Monroe Manor (spring hunting primarily is for ages, 1,678 marriage dissolu- ing up on June 8. There will be Mrs. Betty Collins and Mrs. opens. To the morning cook this gobblers) and the hunt would be tions. a work night Thursday night, Edith Dickerson called on Mrs. means 9 gallons of coffee, 41/2 June 5 at the arena. If it is Mary Ellen Johnston Memorial gallons of juice, 135 eggs, 3 open only to Missourians with a For the twelve months ending raining that night it will be held Day. gallons of hot cereal and 5 limitseason.Of one bird during the with69,646FebruarYlive births,the51,255figureSdeaths,Were: on Friday night. Each family is Mrs. Barbara Haak. Jill and loaves of bread made into toast. The hunt will be in the 74 1,190 infant deaths, 51,794 mar- to bring 2 pies to the horse Pare visited the Burkes Sunday. She serves 117 residents, having show. There were 4 families Mr. and Mrs. Pearl Burke, the room trays ready by 7:00 counties open for turkeys in the riages, 23,985 marriage dissolu- voted in as new members. They Mr, and Mrs. Winiford Sutton and serving the dining room at spring of 1975, including Men- tiers. For Sale are Mr. and Mrs. Melvin and Charlie Sutton had Sunday 7:30. The morning kitchen heb- roe County. and hours will be Schoop, Mr. and Mrs. Larry night supper with Mr. and Mrs. er comes in at this time also, the same as for archery deer. FERTILIZER Schoop and family, Mr. and Terry Sutton and Regina. and ai 7;00 the supervisor and Turkey bowhunters will need a IF YOU'RE TAKING A DOG TO :.: Mrs. Henry Webb and family " 7:30 Rick Garnett Following special permit to cost $7.90. CANADA Missouri's spring gun harvest If you're going to Canada and 12-12-12 and Kenny Wilson. The next -- breakfast, Rick cleans the dining of turkeys was 5.487, consider- plan to take a dog you must get 8-32-16 meeting will be June' 27 at the BAND SCHOLARSHIP WINNERS - Sand)' Bennett, Ciriu  room, filling all sugar bowls, salt ably higher than. had been it vaccinated, and take along the arena. Johnson, Pare Jones, Tracy Rainey, Gay Woods, winners of the and pepper shakers which are " 6--24--24 GRADUATES  HONORS Band Mothers Scholarships at the recent Madison High School empty, washing tables and predicted, and juvenile birds certificate showing it has been sweeping and mopping the made up about 34 per cent of done floors. As the day progresses the the bag. indicating a good Canada is turning back tour- 5-20-20 Mary Beth Thompson, Rock awards assembly. supph' of huntable birds, ists with dogs that have no proof Bridge, daughter of Dr. and Turkeys checked also were of vaccination. 33% Ammonium Mrs. Clifford Thompson earned MADISON RIDERS PLACED SATURDAY WINNERS second cook comes on duty as " Nitrate the honor of becoming a mere- IN AREA HORSE SHOWS - Winners in the drawing held well as the second kitchen heavier, reflecting a good food Appeo[ WGIrlt Ads Pcly ber of the National Honor Soc- At Ashland on Friday, May 31 Saturday....May 31 were: $10 " three inThereeach aredepartmenttWO dailYhired.With supply, in 1<)74.  .... iety from her school. This is the following riders placed ift the Cindy Meyer; $5 G.C. Mitchell; Mrs. Florence Borer Mrs. helper. based on Scholarship, Leader- shows. '" 53 Josephine Dickerson; $2 Ruby Glennie Albright. Mrs. Rub)' varietyiS theaslargeStwell asf ,i shin, Service and Character. She Halter, Atr. Linda Webb. Wallberg. The name of Edna Hancock and Mrs. Helen John- The noon meal Ken- McMullen was called for $10 seen were. Moberlv. visitors on theties usedday inare S gallons of green attendedvernon, lowa.CrnellsheCilege'is the grand-Mt" second;ny Wilson;halter'womensAppalooSa'pleasure, and Mrs. S. Pollard for the $2 Wednesday. They went on the proportions, daughter of Mrs. Bassett Hump- Appaloosa, Linda Webb, second; but neither was present. OATS bus. Mrs. ira Roe was a Monday beans. 20 Ibs. of hamburger for of Madison. mens pleasure, qtr. type, Joe Webb, .first; barrel race, 18 and Guests on Sunday of Mr. and afternoon visitor of Mr and meat loaf, 13 frying chickens Mrs. Bae H.vatt at Jacksonville. and 40 eggs for egg salad. The over, ),inda Webb,. fourth; Mrs. Ed Black were Mr. and Other visitors were Mr. and three cooks preparing this are NOTICE OF FILING OF FINAL 5580 and the business address of Seed Beans pleasure, Appaloosa, Mrs. Herman Randolph, Con, Mrs. Bob Hyatt and sons of Emma Pease.. Theresa Wyatt SETTLEMENT AND PETITION Mary J. Wilson is RFD #2, Box Joe WebS, 4th; womens pleas- Iowa. Mr. and Mrs. Ronnie Moberlv. and Mary McMorns. With the FOR DISTRIBUTION 143, Mexico, Missouri and her noon meal residents and employ- (See. 473.587. RSMO.) telephone number is 314-58l- ure, qtr. type. first, Linda Frank and family. New Holland. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Smith of And Webb. ll]. and Mr. and Mrs. Donald Mexico were Monday afternoon ee trays, there are approximate- STATE OF MISSOURI ) 4827 and their attorney is Floyd On Sunday, June 1 at the Cupp and Mr. and Mrs. Doyle visitors of Mrs. Smith's father, ly 135 fed which averages close COUNTY OF MONROE ) SS E. Lawson whose business ad- to 350 trays daily. Of course, IN THE PROBATE COURT dress is Paris, Missouri and Higbee show the following won, Black. Madison. Herbie Roberts. Farm Chemicals qtr. type halter, 4th Linda ..... Mr. and Mrs. Hurley Winget with that many trays, silverware OF MONROE COUNTY, MIS- whose telephone number is 327- Webb; Appaloosa halter, first, Week end guests of Marie of Clarence and Herbie Roberts and glasses the dishwashing SOURI 4161. Kenny Wilson; pole b.ending 12 Garnett were Mr. and Mrs. Paul were Friday evening visitors of room is kep.t busy. These ladies In the estate of CLARA M. All creditors of said decedent Certified Beans and under, Cindy Millard, Garnett, Kirksville. Mrs. Ruby Hancock. Mr. and Thompsonare MarYandLandis,Liz Stamp.FranceSLinda EstateMILLER'No.deceased2483 arecourtnOtifiedwithin sixtmonthsfile claimSfrom thein fourth; Cheryl Millard, fifth, , Mrs. Howard Boone were also Mentzer also works two days in TO ALL PERSONS INTERES- date of this notice or be forever Cutter - 71, Williams, Clark - 63 and BONUS pole be'riding 13"17' Brenda Ber" I SICK i visitOrs Of Mrs" HancOck" rey, secono, ladies pleasure, qtr. Mrs. Pauline Wood spent the the kitchen. TED IN THE ESTATE OF barred. type, Linda Webb,'first; Kristie past week with the Richard Preparation for the evening CLARA M. MILLER, deceased. All persons interested are meal is started directly after the Notice is hereby given that a notified that such court, at the N011 " Celt Forbis, third; country pleasure, " Overfeh family at Kirkwood noon meal is completed and final settlement and Petition for times and as provided by law, Williams, Clark, and Wayne Linda webb, third; flag race 12 Mrs. Archie Holt was dismiss- doing interior decorating for the depending on the menu, some- determination of the persons will determine the persons who and under, Cindy Millard, fifth; ed from Woodland Hospital last Overfehs. times must be started before who are the successors in inter- are the successors in interest to youth western pleasure 12 and Mrs. Hortence Brammer and Chemicals under. Cheryl Millard, fourth; week. cloverleaf barrel race 18 and Mrs. Paul VanBuren was dis- daughter, Rebecca and Mrs. noon. In order to serve a roast est to the personal and real the personal and real property of AAtrex, lasso, Lotox, Sencor, Treflan, 6Index over, Linda Webb, third; missed from'Boone County Hos- Brammer's father, Sam Ravens- beet' dinner, the huge roast nzut property of the decedent and of the decedent and of the extent Mens pleasure qtr. type, 18 pital on Sunday. craft of O'Fallon were Sunday be defrosted one day, cooked the the extent and character of their and character of their interests Mrs. Thelma Gandy was ad- visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Ira Roe. second day fo serve the third, interests therein and for distri- therein. and over, Joe Webb, fifth; egg mitted to Boone County Hospital Mr. and Mrs. Aubrey Van- Cakes, salads and most desserts bution of such property, will be Date of first publication is C & D Far= 00pply, [. and spoon, fifth, Linda Webb, Houten and Laura Ann of Mob- are prepared the day before to filed in the Probate Court of May 15, 1975. fourth, Paul Apel; second, Joe last Friday. Helen i! erly were Saturday night and allow more time in the morn- Monroe County, Missouri by the Wood, Clerk, Probate WebS; womens pleasure, Appa- guests of Mrs. Ruby ings. All special diets are pre- undersigned on the 7th day of Court of Monroe County, Mis- pared directly before each meal July 1975 or as continued by the souri. 43-4t  Sunday Mlt% Mo. 291-3125 loosa, Linda Webb, fifth; mens Alice Tisue. pleasure, Appaloosa, Joe Webb, Edgar Falls and Mrs. Lorene as careful consideration is given court, and that any objections or third; childrens horsemanship. Weems of Clarence were Sunday to these meals. All blended diets exceptions to such settlement or NOTI[CE OF FILING OF FINAL Whirlpool flppliances boys 13 and under, Paul Apel, afternoon callers of Herbie Rob- Monroeare pureedManorbY doesthe cookSnot useaS bePetitinin writingr anygnditemfiledthereof mUStwithin ten FoRSE'FI'LEMENTDISTRIBUTIoNAND PETITION : fourth, erts. Mrs. Marshall Dunkin and baby foods for these individuals, days after the filing of such (See. 473.587, RSMO.) ELSBEggY-HARRlS WEDDING children, Mary and John were Name cards are used for the settlement. STATE OF MISSOURI ) Mr. and Mrs. Lester Elsberrv, week end visitors of Mrs. Dunk- special diets to insure that he or FLOYD E. LAWSON, Attor- COUNTY OF MONROE )SS " in's father, Clyde Stout, at she will get the right tray. hey, Paris, Missouri. Telephone IN THE PROBATE COURT The evening meals are served Number 327-4161. OF MONROE COUNTY MIS- Madison announce the marriage Mr. and Mrs. Mike O'Bannon Brookfield. of their daughter, Jan, to Larry and Brian were Sunday visitors Harris of St. Louis. The cere- Mr. and Mr=. Walker Stokes  at 5:30. One of the evening LEE MILLER and MILDRED SOURI runny was performed by Ray. of Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Atter- and Scott were guests of the meals served is a "Meal in One PHILLIPS, Executors, Pads, In the estate of MARY E. Star Fretwell in the Madison bury. Missouri. Telephone Number THOMPSON, deceased. Christian Church on May 22 at 1 Miss Pare Haak spent Saturday Jimmie Jones family on Satur- Caaserole". This recipe is as 327-5893, 327-4676. 46-4t Estate No. 2633 8 lbs. of hamburger TO ALL PERSONS INTER- p.m. They were attended by night and Sunday with the day night at a barbecue supper, follows: Peggy Dearing of Columbia and Burkes. 6 large onions SETTLEMENT AND PETITION MARY E. THOMPSON, deceas- ! Mr. and Mrs. Jim Friedman Enrollment in Missouri's pub- 30 large potateos sliced NOTICE OF FILING OF FINAL ESTED IN THE ESTATE OF Donald Harmon, Mexico and the are spending a week with her lic high schools (grades nine 2 gallons green beans FOR DISTRIBUTION ed. bride's parents. (See. 473.587, RSMo.) Mrs. Harris is employed by parents, Mr. and Mrs. Isaac through 12) increased from 316,- 2 large cans tomato soup Notice is hereby given that a State Farm Insurance CO. of Hartgrove. 341 in fiscal year 1972-73 to salt and pepper final settlement and Petition for Columbia and Harris is employ- Gene Woods and Bill Woods 323,419 in fiscal year 1973.74, For those of you that would STATE OF MISSOURI ( determination of the persons ed by Famous-Barr of St. Louis. spent Sunday at the lake boat- according to the State Depart- like this recipe for home use, COUNTY OF MONROE ( SS. who are the successors in in- After June they will make their ing. meat of Elementary and Second- translated it means: IN THE PROBATE COURT terest to the personal and real :: Gay Woods spent the week- ary Education. 1 lb. hamburger i[EI['JGERATORS DISHWASHERS  SUPER home in Wentzville. end with Mr. and Mrs. Charlie 2 potatoes sliced OF MONROE COUNTY, MIS- property of the decedent and of Free SCOUR CYCLE CHRlSTIAN----'-------CIBURCH Wilson. Sunday Mrs. Gene Ap[Hal Warlt Ads P 1 small onion SOURIIn theAT estatePARIS of ASHLEY theinterestseXtentthereinand characterand for ofdistrib.their JAMES CARTER, deceased. $419.00 Reg. $299.00 Now $279,00 Elders for Sunday, June 8 will Woods and Lowell had dinner 1 small can green beans ution of such property, will be be Lennos Bryant and John Du- with them. 1 small can tomato soup Estate No. 2522 filed in the Probate Court of $389.00 CONTINUOUS CLEAN RANGE Lori Houston and Gay Woods Brown meat in skillet. Drain 17 Frost Free vail. During the month of June TO ALL PERSONS INTERES- Monroe County, Missouri by the Reg. $389.00 Now $359.00 Reg. $319.00 Now $'2"/0.00 there is to be a Bible Study for leave Tuesday morning to spend off grease except 2 tablespoons. TED IN THE ESTATE OF undersigned on the 30th day of All Colors all ages. The class starts at 7 a week at State 4-H club week at Add brown meat in skillet. Drain ASHLEY JAMES CARTER, de- June 1975 or as continued by the p.m. and goes until 9:15. Every- Columbia. Brown meat in skillet. Drain ceased, court, and that any objections or A nice crowd attended the off grease except 2 tablespoons. Notice is hereby given that a exceptions to such settlement or Thompson Mackler one is invited to attend, shower for Rev. Steve Mays and Add potatoes and onions to final settlement and petition for petition or any item theref must METHODIST CHURCH Becky Brier held Friday night at meat. Drain green beans and determination of the persons be in writing within ten days June 8 there is Sunday School Oak Grove Baptist Church. add them and tomato soup. Bake who are the successors in inter- after the filing of such settle- Mr. and Mrs. Kenny Totten at 350 degrees 1 hour. est to the personal and real ment. i |$1,,UW Mllll 140. only starting at 10 a.m. and family visited Sunday eve- This casserole is usually serv- property of the decedent mid of Floyd E. Lawson, Attorney, : ning with Mr. and Mrs. Ray ed with salad, fruit or dessert, the eXtent and character of their Paris, Missouri 65275. Tele- ii Big value 3300 is the , Velma Maxey has re- Coffman and family, bread and butter and drink. To interests therein and for distri- phone number 327-4161 ..... m turned home after a visit in Darrin Torten is spending a help in the kitchen evenings, bution of such property, will be R.D. Bolden, Executor, Paris, Albuquerque, New Mexico with few days with Kevin Coffman. two school boys work alternating filed in the Probate Court of Missouri 65275. Telephone num- lowest-priced Mr. and Mrs. Don Maxey. They Mr. and Mrs. Jessie Hart days. They are Jerry Miller and Monroe County, Missouri by the bet 327-4236. 45-4t also made a trip to Colorado. grove visited Mr. and Mrs. Jim Dale McMorris. These boys undersigned on the 16th day of self-propelled o the final clean up of the day June, 1975 or as continued by NOTICE OF FIIJ[NG OF FINAL again filling sugar bowls, wash- the court, and that any objection SETTLEMENT AND PETITION ing tables, sweeping, mopping or exceptions to such settlement FOR DISTRIBUTION John Deere Combine HRPPY so on. This is all usually or petition or any item thereof (See. 473.587, RSMO.) finished by 7:00 at which time must be in writing and filed STATE OF MISSOURI ) the kitchen closes for the night, within ten days after the filing of COUNTY OF MONROE )SS The 3300 is efficient and functional, This is only a small sample of such settlement. with balanced design throughout. Cylinder people win're trk to uy that a Savlnp . IN THE PROBATE COURT. Account here gives them the financial how the kitchen is operated. Marion E. Lamb, :A, ttorney, OF MONROE COUNTY, MIS- width is 284 inches. The grain tank holds urtty they like. We don't mean to crow .e. after windstorm There are groceries to be order- 210'A North Williams, Moberly, SOURI ed, a stock which must be kept Me. 65270. Telephone num ber, In the estate of SAMUEL 59 bushels. You get a 70-hp engine--gas or like a diesel. Quik-Tatch corn heads come in sizes and 15 other perils up, menus made up to corre- 263.5112. RUSSELL FEATHERSTON, de- for2or3rows.., platformsfrorn 10to 15feet. ROOSTER l 00q-00,n"f00c00tFA00/71ru" . spend with the stock which must Lloyd Krummel, Paris, Mis- ceased. :: You get all the on-the-go adjustments of be appetizing to the resident and sours, Executor. Telephone Rum- Estate No. 2654 the larger machines. From the seat you can must correspond with the state ber 816-327-4782. 44-4t TO ALL pERSONS IN- adjust cylinder speed and concave spacing. A but we do like to know that our customer= requirements of vitamins, miner- TERESTED IN THE ESTATE full complement of gauges, including cylinder- are satisfied. An honest business als and nutrients of meal plann- FEATHERSToN,SAMUEL deceased.RUSSELL speed tachometer, is standard equipment. Phil r IQwrL ing. There are other countless NOTI(YE OF RS"TIS'TA': OF ! ; items the food supervisor at- MENTAR GRANTED Notice is hereby given that a For big value, check the 3300. LRYS Mmdison0 Jo. tends to, new diets must be (see. 473.033, RSMo. as amend- final settlement and Petition for attended and many many more ed 1969.) determination of the persons Phanl things too numerous to mention STATE OF MISSOURI ) who are the successors in in- it on the line - so we =ay . let ua at the MJdlson Blink show you how easy it is to -4| make up the daily care and County of Monroe ) as. attention of the Monroe Manor 'IN THE PROBATE COURT terest to the personal and real build your nest A,,OA+e0 W,+" kitchen. OF MONROE COUNTY, MIS- property of the decedent and of G,NNe UTUA eNSUtNCt co SOURI AT PARIS, MISSOURI the eXtent and character of their In the estate of SADIE A. interests therein and for dtstrtb-   ..... ............... THRELKELD, deceased, ution of such property, will be EGG =. ,,..,= ,ow. Appeo' Want Ads Pay Estate No. 2716 reed in the Probate Court of Everything is Easier It Thank YOU [ [ To all persons interested in Monroe County, Missouri by the the estate of SADIE A. THREL. undersigned on the 30th day of A small word that means so much. W realize that it KELD, decedent: court,June 1975and orthataS anycontlnUedobjectionsbY theor seems highly inadequate to express the warm feelings that On the 12th day of May, 1975; exceptions to such settlement or Don't Forget O.r flight Depositoq we hold in our hearts for all of your thoughtfulness, however the last Will of Sadie A. Threl- we pray that each and everyone of you will know that we are keld was admitted to probate petition or any item thereof must so very thankful for you - our friends. Thank you for your and James A. Threlkeld and be in writing and filed within ten many, many acts of kindness you expressed to our Mother - Mary J. Wilson were appointed days after the filing of such Grandmother, Emma Luciile "Lucy" Campbell, before and the executors of the estate of settlement. after the time she went to live with our Savior. Your Sadie A. Threlkeld, decedent, by Floyd E. Lawson, Attorney, kindness will always be remembered and may God bless you the probate court of Monroe Paris, Missouri 65275. Tele- s He has our families in our happiness and our sorrow. County, Missouri, on the 12th phone number 327-4161. : JOHNSON IMPLEMENT Hours A.M - 3 P.M. Member F.D.I.C. The family of Emma Ladlle C, ampbeIl; Gene, Nalacy and day of May, 1975. The business Richard F. Sullins, Adminis- Dawn, Allene, Jim and Kevin. address of the executor, James trator, Madison, Missouri 65263. for a good sound deal P 291-541S 6 Days a Week tm A. Threlkeld, is Paria, Missouri Telephone Number 291.4101. Phone 291-4125 Madison./bO. whose telephone number is 327- 45-4t