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Supporting our Military by giving
something that means something
pitals, and in other locations.
There are several ways to
be part of the Holiday Mail
for Heroes program. In addition to sending cards on your
own, you may want to start
making plans to host card
signing parties or card making parties. Here are a few
guidelines to help you on
your way:
Card Guidelines:
Every card received will
be screened for hazardous
materials and then reviewed
by Red Cross volunteers
working around the country.
Please observe the following guidelines to ensure a
quick reviewing process:
• Ensure that all cards are
signed.
• Use generic salutations
such as “Dear Service Member.” Cards addressed to speMany members of the military are away from family
cific individuals can not be
and friends during the holidays. Something as simple
delivered through this proas a card can make them feel appreciated.
gram.
• Only cards are being acAMERICAN RED CROSS — Each year
cepted. Do not send or include letters.
the American Red Cross provides assistance
• Do not include email or home addresses
to more than 2 million service members and
on the cards: the program is not meant to fosmany of our nation’s 24 million veterans. We
ter pen pal relationships.
support military families, military and veter• Do not include inserts of any kind, inans hospitals and provide emergency comcluding photos: these items will be removed
munications across the globe. And once a
during the reviewing process.
year, we get the joy of delivering holiday
• Please refrain from choosing cards with
greetings to veterans, military families and
glitter or using loose glitter as it can aggraactive-duty service members at hospitals and
vate health issues of ill and injured warriors.
installations around the world.
• If you are mailing a large quantity of
The cards and personal messages, sent by
cards, please bundle them and place them in
tens of thousands of Americans, provide a
large mailing envelopes or flat rate postal
welcome “touch of home” for our troops
shipping boxes. Each card does not need its
during the holiday season.
own envelope, as envelopes will be removed
Throughout the year, you can make a diffrom all cards before distribution.
ference with a monetary gift to Help Military
All holiday greetings should be addressed
Families through the Red Cross. Your donaand sent to:
tion can help change a military family’s life.
Holiday Mail for Heroes
Donate Now.
P.O. Box 5456
Send a Card
Capitol Heights, MD 20791-5456
Each year we collect cards between OctoThe deadline for having cards to the P.O.
ber and early December and then distribute
Box is December 6th.
them at military installations, veterans hos© AMERICAN RED CROSS 2013
U.S. Postal Service no longer
accepts mail addressed to
“Any Service Member”
In addition, the U.S. Postal Service is no longer accepting "Any Service Member" or "Any Wounded Service Member" letters or packages. Mail to "Any Service
Member" that is deposited into a collection box will not be delivered. Instead of sending an "Any Wounded Soldier" letter or package to Walter Reed, please consider
making a donation to one of the more than 300 nonprofit organizations dedicated to
helping our troops and their families listed on the America Supports You website.
Below is a list of organizations that help send gifts, cards, and care packages to
our troops:
The Billy Blanks Foundation - The Billy Blanks Foundation was founded by
the creator of Tae Bo. One of the foundations many projects is sending care packages to U.S. Servicemembers in Iraq and Afghanistan.
Adopt a Platoon - Support the troops through gifts and sponsored mail.
Any Soldier - Sponsor care packages to servicemembers in Iraq.
Army and Air Force Exchange Services - Purchase gift certificates for active
and hospitalized servicemembers.
Blue Star Mothers - Organizes postcards to troops and care packages, and is
currently petitioning Congress for reduced air fares for servicemembers.
Books for Soldiers - Donate books, movies, and more.
Cell Phones for Soldiers - Donate your old cell phones, which pay for calling
cards for our troops.
Commissary Gift Certificates - Give the gift of groceries -- buy or donate gift
certificates.
DefendAmerica - Send a virtual thank-you card.
A Million Thanks - Collects emails and letters of appreciation for our armed
forces.
Operation Air Conditioner - Help pay for air conditioners and heaters for the
troops.
Operaton Dear Abbey - Send greetings and messages of support.
Operation Give - Donate toys to be given to the children of Iraq.
Operation Gratitude - Contribute to care packages sent to our servicemembers.
Operation Homefront Hugs - Contribute to care packages, or adopt a servicemember.
Operation Troop Aid - Provide care packages for our deployed U.S. Servicemembers.
Operation Uplink - Donate a calling card to help keep servicemembers in touch
with their families.
Operation USO Care Package - Sponsor a care package for $25.
Treats for Troops - Purchase care packages for Soldiers.
Fundraiser for
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December 3
See the trees at
UOI Office
2535 B Hwy
TICKETS
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• Paisley BowTique
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• Savvy Seconds
• The UOI Office
• From any
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5 tickets for $10
Call 660-882-5576
for more information
Decorations donated
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Trees donated by
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INCIDENT REPORTS
POLICE DEPT.
• Karley R. Riney, 26, of
Boonville, was given a citation for failure to stop for a
steady red signal.
• Aaron D. Christiansen,
35, of McFarland, KS, was
given a citation for speed 5030
• Rachael L. Baker, 30, of
Boonville, was given a citation for expired plates.
• Jacob H. Potter, 22, of
Boonville, was given a citation for no valid license (expired).
• Caycy M. Evens-Chizmar, 17, of Columbia, was
given a citation for speeding
51-30.
• Rachael L. Baker, 30, of
Boonville, was given a citation for no insurance.
• Adam W. Sartain, 31, of
Boonville, was arrested on
two Cooper County warrants
for failure to appear on original charges of unlawful use of
drug paraphernalia and possession of up to 35 grams of
marijuana. Total bond amount
488.00 cash only. Sartain has
posted bond.
• Robert W. Melkersman,
52, of New Franklin, was
given two citations for expired
plates and failure to provide
proof of insurance.
• Michael S. Thomas, 29,
of Boonville, was given a citation for failure to register
motor vehicle.
• Robert J. Price, 59, of
Boonville, was given a citation for failure to register
motor vehicle.
• Garry L. Francis, 69, of
Boonville, was given a citation for failure to register
motor vehicle.
• Paige L. Jones, 30, of
Boonville, was given a citation for DWI 1st.
• Brandon D. Perry, 31, of
Boonville, was given a citation for driving while suspended.
• Marcia J. McKee, 62, of
Boonville, was given a citation for stealing.
• Darian P. Ivy, 19, of
Franklin, was given two citations for displaying plates of
another and owner failing to
register motor vehicle with
DOR.
• Stacy J. Bannon, 42, of
Boonville, was placed on a 24
hour hold for stealing a motor
vehicle and resisting/interfering with arrest for a felony.
Bond amount was set at
5,500.00 cash only. She was
later served a Cooper County
warrant while in custody for
the same charges bond was reduced to 1,000.00 cash or
surety. Bannon posted bond.
• Donald L. Riggs, 36, of
Midland, PA, was placed on a
24 hour hold for burglary and
possession of burglary tools.
Bond amount was set at
5,000.00 cash only. Riggs was
later served a Cooper County
warrant while in custody for
burglary 2nd degree and assault 3rd degree. Bond
amount was raised to
10,000.00 cash or surety.
Riggs still remains in custody.
• Daniel E. Riggs, 36, of
Salineville, OH, was placed
on a 24 hour hold for DWI
and no valid drive license.
Bond amount was set at
511.00 cash or surety. Riggs
also received citations for the
same charges. Riggs still remains in custody.
• Darian P. Ivy, 19, of
Franklin, was arrested on a
Boone County warrant for
original charges of possession
of up to 35 grams of marijuana. Bond was set at 90.00
cash only.
• Colton J. Adams, 20,
Boonville was issued 2 citations one for no front plate
and the 2nd one for no insurance.
• Adams, Matthew G.
Adams, 52, was issued a citation for no valid license.
• Fisher, Mitchell C. Fisher,
22, Columbia was arrested on
a Cooper County warrant for
a class D felony for driving
while
revoked/suspended.
Bond $2500.00 cash or surety.
Transported to CCDC.
• Logan B. Schutjer, 19,
Boonville, was arrested on a
Cooper County warrant for
class C felony for possession
of controlled substance except
35 grams or less of marijuana.
Class A misdemeanor for possession of up to 35 grams marijuana. Class B misdemeanor
B for DWI. Class B misdemeanor for operating a motor
vehicle in a careless and imprudent
manner.
Bond
$5000.00 cash or surety. Trans-
ported to CCDC.
FIRE DEPARTMENT
#634 November 1 EMS on
Ashley at 9:20 a.m. Out 18
minutes.
#635 November 1 EMS on
Americana at 12:47 p.m. Out
16 minutes.
#636 November 2 Trash
Fire on Morgan at 1:34 a.m.
Out 20 minutes.
#637 November 2 Gas
Smell on Main at 5:27 a.m.
Out 24 minutes.
#638 November 2 EMS on
Main at 4:11 p.m. Out 14
Minutes.
#639 November 2 EMS on
First at 4:44 p.m. Out 16 minutes.
#640 November 2 EMS on
Main at 6:41 p.m. Out 19 minutes.
#641 November 2 EMS on
Boonvillage at 7:42 p.m. Out
18 minutes.
#642 November 3 EMS on
Sixth at 11:23 a.m. Out 17
minutes.
#643 Novmeber 3 Fire
Alarm on Ashley at 12:10
p.m. Out 22 minutes.
#644 November 3 EMS on
Brown at 10:23 p.m. Out 14
minutes.
#645 Nov. 4, EMS on Ashley at 10:45 a.m. Out 15 minutes.
#646 Nov. 4 EMS on Locust at 6:07 p.m. Out 26 minutes.
#647 Nov. 4 EMS on
Spruce at 9:56 p.m. Out 20
minutes.
#648 Nov. 5 EMS on Third
at 4:55 a.m. Out 28 minutes.
#649 Nov. 5 MVA on Main
at 1:24 p.m. Out 10 minutes.
#650 Nov. 5 EMS on
Americana at 3:18 p.m. Out
12 minutes.
#651 Nov. 7 EMS on Jefferson at 12:23 p.m. Out 14
minutes.
#652 Nov. 7 EMS on Santa
Fe Rd. at 4:04 p.m. Out 19
minutes.
#653 Nov. 8 EMS on
Boonvillage at 1257 a.m. Out
23 minutes.
SHERIFF’S OFFICE
• Joanne L. Gregg, 49,
Boonville, MO. Arrested on
a Boonville Municipal warrant charging her with Stealing.
Her bond is set at
$200.00 cash only. She could
not post and remains in custody at the Cooper County
Detention Center.
• Daniel C. Dietzman, 32,
Bunceton, MO. Arrested on
a Cooper County warrant
charging him with a Probation
Violation on an original
charge of Theft/Stealing.
Bond was set at $4,500.00.
He could not post and remains
in custody at the Cooper
County Detention Center.
• Jamie L. Riggs, 42,
Blackwater, MO. Arrested on
a Cooper County warrant
charging her with Stealing
Motor Fuel. Bond was set at
$1,000.00 cash or surety. She
posted and was released.
• Nathaniel W. Doty, 24,
Boonville, MO. Arrested on
two Cooper County warrants
charging him with Failure to
Appear on original charges of
Peace Disturbance. Bond
was set at $354.00 cash only.
He posted and was released.
• James L. Smallwood, 45,
Boonville, MO. Arrested on
a Cooper County warrant
charging him with Passing a
Bad Check. Bond was set at
$410.00 cash only. He posted
and was released.
• Chasa R. Ewers, 37,
Prairie Home, MO. Arrested
on a Howard County warrant
charging her with Failure to
Maintain Financial Responsibility. Her bond was set at
$150.00 cash only.
She
posted and was released.
November 13 • 2013
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What you missed in the
local news last week . . .
Community Thanksgiving Dinner will be
held at LSE
SSPP Turkey Dinner
Annexation, tax, bonds to be voted on
Blood donations bring hope during the
holidays
Annexation Proposal fails
Susan Meadows named Ward Two
Councilwoman
Hartzler’s representative answers
constituent questions
PLUS Lots & Lots of Local Sports
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DEATHS IN OUR COMMUNITY
HELEN FRANCES HILL, 100
Mrs. Helen Frances (Tot) Hill, 100 of
Boonville passed away on Monday, November 4, 2013 at Lakeview Rehabilitation
& Care Center.
MARNETTAVAUGHN, 66
LEONARD FLOWERS, 61
LINDA SUZANNE HAMPTON,
74
Linda Suzanne (Peck) Hampton, 74 of
Richmond, Virginia passed away on Sunday, Nov. 3, 2013.
Leonard Flowers, 61 of Boonville, MO
passed away Tuesday, October 29, 2013 at
the University of Missouri Hospital, Columbia, MO.
Marnetta Vaughn, age 66 of Boonville,
MO passed away at her home Thursday,
October 31, 2013.
IT’S NOT TOO LATE:
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10% OFF ALL
JAMS & JELLIES
Turnips 99¢ lb.
Sweet Potatoes
99¢ lb.
$19.95/40 lb.
Acorn, Butternut &
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Mrs. Miller’s
Kauffman’s
Mast Kitchens
Mixed Gourds &
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We Accept All Major Credit Cards & EBT
Prices good
Nov.
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Attic treasures ranging from décor &
furntiure to buttons, toys & linens.
— PLUS —
Fun, up-cycled pieces
for shabby-chic style.
NEW WINTER HOURS
Mon., Wed., Thurs., Fri., Sat. 9 am-4 pm
Closed Sunday & Tuesday
400 & 404 Main St., Boonville
660-888-1679
Need SR22? Accidents?
Tickets? Young Drivers?
AUTO INSURANCE QUOTES
Call Toll Free 1-888-882-5212
2001 CHEV LUMINA ST# 25427A
2004 SATURN VUE ST# 25249A
WAS $5,980 . . . . . . . . . . .NOW $4,580
2005 CHEV MALIBU ST#25406A
WAS $5,980 . . . . . . . . . .NOW $5,880
2006 FORD EXPEDITION ST#2201C
WAS $7,980 . . . . . . NOW $6,480
2006 CHEV COBALT SS ST#25446A
WAS $10,980 . . . . . .NOW $9,880
2004 ACURA MDX ST#25434A
BOONVILLE
DAILY NEWS
WAS $2,980 . . . . . . . . .NOW $1,900
WAS $9,980 . . . . . . . . . . .NOW $8,680
2004 CHEV 2500 EXT CAB ST#24836A
2004 TOYOTA SIENNA ST# 25136A2
WAS $10,980 . . . .NOW $9,580
WAS $9,980 . . . . . . .NOW $7,980
2002 FORD F150 CC ST# 25207A
WAS $10,980 . . . . . . . .NOW $9,580
2002 TOYOTA CAMRY ST# 2896A
WAS $9,980 . . . . . . . . .NOW $8,580
2003 FORD EXPLORER ST# M1310A
WAS $5,980 . . . . . .NOW $4,580
2007 DODGE CALIBER ST#25419A WAS $9,980 . . . . . . . .NOW $7,990
2009 CHEV MALIBU ST# 25368B WAS $11,980 . . . . . . . . NOW $9,880
2011 NISSAN FRONTIER ST#25499 WAS $19,980 . . . . .NOW $17,580
2002 FORD RANGER ST#25512A WAS $8,980 . . . . . . . . .NOW $7,580
2012 FORD FOCUS ST#25344C WAS $14,980 . . . . . . . . .NOW $13,380
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COMMUNITYCALENDAR
NOVEMBER 2013
November 14
Friends of Historic
Boonville will be celebrating their 42nd Anniversary
at their annual meeting
starting at 6 p.m. at Thespian Hall 522 Main Street
in Boonville. Tickets are
$5. Come by the office
(614 Morgan Street) or
call 660-882-7977 to
make a reservation.
November 15
Bookmobile Schedule
Blackwater Town Stop 910:30 am
Boonville Lakeview Health
11-12:30 pm
boonville Bristol Manor
1:45-2:15
Hartmann Village 2:303:45 pm
Morgan Street Missionary Baptist Church celebrates 148 years with
speaker Bishop Herman
Ware at 7 p.m.
November 16
For
Life
Relay
Fundraiser starting at 6
p.m. at 87 Diner 1950
Steven Cole Court. Call
660-882-5777 for more
information.
November 17
Nelson Lion Club Turkey
Shoot at Nelson Lion
Club starting at 1 pm.
Snacks provided.
November 24
20th Annual Pilot Grove
Craft Show from 9-3 p.m.
at the Pilot Grove C-4
School.
November 28
Community Thanksgiving Dinner from 11-2 p.m
.at LSE Middle School 700
Main St in Boonville.
Please call or email in advance to schedule a time
& number of dinners 660882-8354 extension 203
o
r
info@obpraisecenter.com
882-7656.
Alcoholics Anonymous
(The Santa Fe Trail) group
meets Wednesday’s and
Saturdays at 8 p.m. and
last Friday of the month at
8 p.m. at 512 Jackson
Road in Boonville. Call
537-0945, 882-3148.
Alcoholics Anonymous
(The Westside 12 X 12)
group meets Tuesdays
and Thursdays at 8 p.m.
and Sundays at 10 a.m. at
18240
Highway
87,
Boonville. Call 660-5374642 or 573-808-0664.
Alzheimer’s
Support
Group meets the third
Thursday of every month
from 1 - 2 p.m. at Cooper
County
Memorial
Hospital.
American
Legion
Thoma Tuttle Post 52
meets at the Boonville
Senior
Center,
new
location, The Radio Shack
Bldg., 512 Jackson Rd, the
second Thursday of each
month, 7 p.m. Dinner is
served at 6:30 p.m. All
Veterans are invited.
Contact Dan Waterfield
660-882-7389.
Ashby-Hodge Gallery of
American Art at Central
Methodist University is
open August through
June from 1:30-4:30 p.m.
on Sunday, Tuesday,
and
Wednesday
Thursday. Call 660-2486304, 248-6324.
A Touch of Claas Salon
and Spa will sponsor a
Prayer Shawl Ministry
every Wednesday at 2:30
p.m. at 807 Main St. in
Boonville. Call 660-8822600.
Blackwater Volunteer
Fire Dept. meets on the
fourth Monday of the
month at 6 p.m.
Boonslick
Model
Railroad Club meeting is
first Saturday of the
month at 9 a.m., 525
Spring St Gold City Hall.
Open House will be held
from 10 a.m.-1 p.m.Call
660-837-3398.
Boonslick Yarn Crafters
meets on first Thursday of
the month.from 6 - 8 p.m.
at Nelson Memorial
United Methodist Church,
407 E. Spring St. Call 8822451.
Boonville Aerie and
Auxiliary No. 1022 will
meet every second and
fourth Wednesday at 7
p.m. at the Eagles Lodge.
Boonville Area Teaching
Christian Homes, a
home-schooled
group
that meets periodically for
scheduled activities. Call
660-553-3110.
Boonville Democratic
Club will meet on the third
Saturday of the month at
8:30 a.m. at Ma’z Kettle, I
70 & 135, Boonville.
Boonville Eagles Lodge
No. 1022 will sponsor a
breakfast
the
third
Sunday of the month.
Boonville Hospitality
Association meets the
second Tuesday of the
month at the Comfort Inn.
Jaycees’
Boonville
meetings are held the first
and third Tuesdays of
every month at 7 p.m. at
301 Spruce St.
Boonville’s Katy Flyer,
the public transportation
system, is available Tues,
Wed, Thur from 7:30 a.m.
- 3 p.m. Call 882-2366.
Boonville Kiwanis Club
K01449
meets
Wednesdays at 12 p.m. at
The Phoenix 315 Main St.
STANDING MEETINGS
Aglow
International
Boonville Community
Lighthouse meets the 1st
Thursday of each month
at Hartmann Village, 615
Rankin Mill Ln. Call 660537-5848.
Alanon Family
of
Boonville
meets
Monday &Friday 8 pm. at
512 Jackson Road East
side entrance in Boonville.
The Wednesday noon
meetings will be held at
321.5 Ashley Road in
Boonville. Call 882-7247,
882-7656, or 882-7541.
Alateen for all teenagers
affected by someone’s
drinking meets Mondays
at 8 p.m. at 512 Jackson
(East Side Entrance.) Call
660-882-7541 or 660-
Blackwater
Willing
Workers 4-H Club meets
at the Railroad Depot in
Blackwater on the 2nd
Monday of the month at 7
p.m.
The Boonslick Creative
Writers Group meets the
second Thursday of each
month at 7 p.m. at the
Boonslick
Regional
Library, Boonville. Call
660-672-0056.
The
Boonslick
Ministerial
Alliance
meets the fourth Tuesday
of each month at 11:30
a.m. at the Nelson
Memorial
United
Methodit Church of
Boonville, 407 E. Spring
St. All area ministers are
welcome.
We would like to thank everyone who
made our 50th Wedding Anniversary
a special day.
God has truly blessed us with a
wonderful family and great friends.
God Bless each and every one of you.
Bob & Anna May Martin
Boonville Lions Club
meets.Tuesdays at 12 p.m.
at the Boonslick Senior
Center.
Boonville
National
Alliance on Mental
Illness Chapter meets at
7 p.m. on the second
Tuesday of the month at
Nelson Memorial United
Methodist Church, 407 E.
Spring St. in Boonville.
Boonville Rotary Club
meets.Mondays at 12 p.m.
at First Christian Church,
301 4th St.
Boonville Womens’ Club
meets at Noon, the 4th
Thursday of each month
at the First Christian
Church, Nov and Dec will
be the 3rd Thursday, 301
Fourth St. Interested
parties, please call Myrna
Bruce, President. 573289-1218
Bridge Club meets at the
New Franklin Senior
Center Thursdays at 1:30
p.m.
Clear Creek 4-H Club of
Pilot Grove meets the 4th
Monday of the month at
the
Pilot
Grove
Community Building.
Concerned Citizens for
the Black Community
holds monthly meetings
the second Monday of
each month at 7 p.m.
Cooper County OATS
is
Transportation
available to anyone,
regardless of age, income,
disability, race, gender,
religion, or national origin.
*Driver Jackie Thomas:
In
Town
Boonville,
Tuesday,
Wednesday,
Thursday
7:30 a.m. - 5 p.m.
*To schedule a ride for In
Town Services: Call 24
hours in advance at 660882-2366.
*Driver Don Wallace:
From Cooper County to
Columbia 1st, 2nd, 4th
Wednesday each month.
*To Booville from:
Bunceton, Prairie Home
1st, 3rd Thursdays each
month.
Blackwater, Pilot Grove
2nd, 4th Thursdays each
month.
*To schedule a ride on any
of these routes, call the
contact number in your
town:
*Blackwater: Elsie Price
660-846-4571.
*Pilot Grove: Loretta
Kempf 660-834-5305.
*Bunceton:
Brenda
Callison 660-427-5329.
*Prairie Home: Clara Zey
660-841-5477.
*Boonville:
Herbert
Farkas 660-841-5426.
Cooper County Tea
Party will meet on the 1st
& 3rd Thursday of the
month at 7 p.m. at the
Cooper County Public
Health Center, 17040
Klinton Drive, Village of
Windsor Place, Boonville.
Cooper
County
Democratic Club meets
the 3rd Saturday of each
month at 8:30 a.m. at
Ma’z Kettle.
Cooper
County
Extention Office Master
Gardeners meet on the
first Wednesday of each
month. Call 660- 8825661.
Cooper
County
Historical
Research
Center, Roe St. and Hwy
135 in Pilot Grove, is open
FREE Weekly Supplement to the Boonville Daily News
by appointment at 660834-3434.
Bingham Rd., Boonville.
Cooper County Human
Services Council meets
at 12 p.m. on the first
Monday of each month at
the
Cooper
County
Memorial
Hospital
conference room.
Roslyn Heights, 821 Main
St., open by appointment.
Call 660-882-5320.
Cooper Lodge No. 36
A.F. & A.M. meets at 7
p.m. on the second and
fourth Tuesdays of each
month at 717 Main St.
Daughters
of
the
American Revolution,
Hannah Cole Chapter,
Boonville, meets the first
Saturday of the month at
11 a.m. Call 882-7942.
Far West Lodge No. 4
I.O.O.F. meets Mondays at
7:30 p.m. at the Odd
Fellows Lodge, 517 Main
St. Boonville.
Family Fun 4-H Club of
Boonville
meets at
Immanuel
Lutheran
Church, 1001 Immanuel
Dr., on the 2nd Tuesday at
6:30 p.m.
Farmers Market, every
Saturday from 8 a.m.-12
p.m., through October
2013 in the Boonslick
Public Library Parking Lot.
County
Howard
Genealogical Society is
available Fridays from 1 - 4
p.m. at the Howard
County Library in Fayette.
Call 660-248-3348.
Kids Own Worship meets
Wednesdays from 6:30
p.m. - 7:45 p.m. at Truth
Tabernacle on Bingham
Rd., Boonville. Call 8827715.
Life Changes Group of
Narcotics Anonymous
meets every Tuesday and
Thursday at First Baptist
Church, 625 Main St.,
and.every Wednesday and
at
Firm
Saturday
Foundation Foursquare
Church, 1000 6th St.,
Boonville. All meetings
start at 7 p.m.
Maclay Historic Home
in Tipton will meet on the
2nd and 4th Sundays in
October where there will
be free cookies and cider
at the conclusion of tours
at 209 W Howard St in
Tipton.
Mid-Missouri Chronic
Fatigue Syndrome and
Fibromyalgia Association
support group meets the
second Wednesday of
each month from 2 - 4
p.m. at 1401 Hathman Pl.,
Columbia. Call 573-8741646.
Narcotics Anonymous
will meet Tuesdays and
Thursdays at 7 p.m. at
625 Main St., Boonville.
National Alliance for
Mental Illness meets on
the second Tuesday of the
month at 7 p.m. at Nelson
Memorial
United
Methodist Church, 407 E.
Spring St., Boonville.
Cameron, MO
816-632-7133
Neighbors
Helping
Neighbors food pantry is
available on the first
Tuesday of the first full
week of the month from
8:00 a.m. - 10:30 a.m.; the
second Thursday of the
second full week of the
month from 6 p.m. - 8
p.m.; the third Saturday of
the third full week of the
month from 1:30 p.m. 3:30 p.m. in the back of
the BDN, 412 E. High St.,
Boonville.
New Franklin Senior
Center is serving meals
and open for daily
activities Monday - Friday.
Prairie Home Helping
Hands 4-H Club meets at
the Prairie Home School
on the 2nd Monday at 7
p.m.
Preferred Hospice of
Missouri offers grief
support
groups
in
Boonville from 10:30 a.m.
- 11:30 a.m. on the last
Saturday of each month
at Truth Tabernacle United
Pentecostal Church, 1232
A Single Moms Care
Group, Evangelical United
Church
of
Christ’s
Educational Building, 416
7th St. Meal and childcare provided open to the
public Tuesdays at 6:30
pm. For more information
or to register , contact
Carmen Jones 660-5375397
or
email
cdc777@suddenlink.net.
The American Associaof
University
tion
Women (AAUW) will
meet at 7 p.m. at the
Boonslick Regional Library the first Thursday
from October through
May. No January meeting.
For more information call
882-9750.
Starlight Kruisers Car
Club meets the first
Sunday of the month at 6
p.m. at A&W Restaurant,
Boonville.
Stephens Museum on
the CMU campus is open
Tuesdays and Thursdays
from 1 - 3 p.m.,
Wednesdays from 2 - 4
p.m. Call 660-248-6370.
South Howard County
Historical
Society
Museum, 110 Broadway,
New Franklin, will be open
Wednesdays from 1-3 p.m.
and
Saturday
and
Sundays 1 - 4 p.m.. For
more information or
special appointment call
660-0836 or 573-6733157.
Take
Off
Pounds
Sensibly meets Monday
Mornings at the Nelson
Memorial
United
Methodist Church in the
Foundation Room off of
(West Entrance.) Call
660-846-3943 or 8822072.
Thoma-Tuttle Unit 52,
Ladies American Legion
Auxilary holds monthly
meetings on the third
Tuesday of the month at
1:30 p.m. at Santa Fe Trail
Baptist Church. Call 660882-9699.
Unity Baptist Church of
Fayette offers Kids JAM
worship service for ages
4-12 Wed 6:50pm- 8 p.m.
Call 660-248-3263.
Vineclad Garden Club
meets the third Tuesday
of the month at 6 p.m. Call
660-838-6757.
We Are the World 4-H
Club meets the 2nd
Thursday
at
the
Wooldridge Community
Building at 7 p.m.
Wooldridge Community
Club meets the first
Friday of every month at 7
p.m.
at
Wooldridge
Community Center.
Zion 4-H Club meets at
the Zion Lutheran Church
in Lone Elm on the 2nd
Sunday at 4 p.m.
The
area
calendar
appears in Friday’s edition
and
The
Weekly,
published
on
Wednesdays.
The
deadlines are: Fridays at 5
p.m. for The Weekly, and
Thursdays at 8 a.m. for
the Friday edition.
Calendar items may be
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include
information
about
business
events
or
rummage sales.
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FREE Weekly Supplement to the Boonville Daily News
Page 5
November 13 • 2013
New to Bob McCosh
Jerry would like to welcome his friends and
past customers to come by and see him at
#1 Business Loop 70, Columbia.
Phone: 573-442-6156
Email: jterrell@bmcmail.com
CALLAWAY LIVESTOCK CENTER, INC.
Kingdom City, MO • 573-642-7486
# Sale Every Monday #
Jerry Terrell
www.BobMcCosh.com
Slaughter Steers & Heifers 10 am • Feeders 12:30 pm
FEEDER SALE REPORT NOVEMBER 4, 2013
IT’S BACK!
Monday Receipts 2211 Head
Steers - Medium & Large (1437)
Computer Avg.
300 & down (14)
300-400 (102)
400-500 (218)
500-600 (355)
600-700 (397)
700-800 (102)
800-900 (172)
900-1000 (70)
$178
$190
$181
$161
$166
$166
$154
$153
Bred Cows (29)
Better Cows
Small, Old thin
Top
Slaughter Bulls (17)
High Dressing
Thin
Heifers - Medium & Large (587)
Computer Avg.
$227.00
$220.00
$208.00
$199.50
$174.00
$177,25
$162.50
$156.50
$1275-$1400
$ 750-$1100
$91-$102.50
$83-$88.50
Slaughter Cows (141)
High Dressing
Bulk
Low
Thin
$80-$88.50
$70-$80
$65-$70
$60 & dwn
Slaughter Strs. & Hfrs. (38)
Choice 2 & 3
$127-$130.25
Mixed Select
$121-$130.25
300 & down (15)
300-400 (114)
400-500 (187)
500-600 (179)
600-700 (78)
700-800 (11)
800-900 ()
David Means
573-642-9753
573-220-0472
David Bell
660-327-5633
Claude Niemeyer
573-324-2942
Top
$161
$168
$163
$151
$148
$121
$181.00
$289.00
$183.50
$167.00
$157.50
$140.25
Jack Harrison
573-386-2138
573-999-7197
Don Burkemper
573-242-3177
Wayne McCluggage
573-373-5511
Our Rootbeer
is homemade
right onsite.
John P. Harrison
573-386-5150
573-220-1482
Wayne Frey
660-888-2712
OPEN DAILY 11 AM-9 PM
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Visit our website www.callawaylivestock.com
• Roofing
• Remodeling
• Pole Barns
• Garages
• Stud Frames
• Implement
Buildings
BBQ Bacon
Crunch Burger
Locally Owned By
Rick & Janet Lauer
320 Ashley Rd. • Boonville • 660-882-7407
MARTIN
STRUCTURES
Also specializing in:
Metal Roofing
26 Ga. or 24 Ga.
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We use
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Call for more information
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PROFESSIONAL SERVICE DIRECTORY
Advertise YOUR Business Service here! Call 660-882-5335
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LAWN SERVICE
SIMMONS PEST CONTROL, INC.
GENERAL MAINTENANCE
LOW COST LAWN SERVICE
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• Termite Treatments • General Pest Control
• Tree & Shrub Spraying • Lawn/Weed, Grub & Fertilizer
• Termite Inspections VA & FHA
Wayne Cell: 573-219-6565
Kevin E. Small, Owner
660-841-5777
573-819-5456
smallke@hotmail.com
OUTDOOR SERVICES
J. MONNIG
OUTDOOR SERVICES
INSURED
FREE ESTIMATES
660-888-2181
For a list of more services,
please visit
www.jmonnigoutdoor.com
• Portable Sawmill
• Tree Trimming
& Removal
• Stump Grinding
• Landscaping &
Lawn Service
• Retaining Walls
FULL SERVICE STATION
MFA
660-882-7660
18833 Hwy. 87
Boonville
• Mechanical Questions • Multi Mile Tire • U-Haul Dealer
FULL SERVICE GASOLINE, WE PUMP IT FOR YOU!
• Custom Mowing & Trimming • Aeration • Fertilizing
• Tree Trimming • Bush & Hedge Trimming
Commercial - Residential • Licensed & Insured
Light Electrical • Plumbing
Home Repairs
FREE ESTIMATES!
“Garage Doors
a Specialty”
BUTCHER SHOP
GERLACH
Butcher Shop
Whole Deer
Accepted Anytime
$20 deposit
$20 Capeone out
$70 & down processing
Home: (660) 882-2019
Cell #: (660) 537-3743, (660) 888-2944
PEST CONTROL
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Pest Control L. L.C.
John Klenklen
Custom processing of Beef & Pork
302 Highland Dr. Boonville, MO 65233
25333 Hwy. 87, California, MO
660-882-6460 • Cell 660-537-0060
Fax: 660-882-6826
573-796-4080 • Cell 573-821-4044
HANDYMAN
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PAINTING
Custom Interior
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Painting, Staining, Texture, Holiday Special
Roofing, Carpentry Work, Decks,
10% OFF
Handyman Services.
All Services
Free Estimates!
573-529-1983
Including
Gutter Cleaning
BOUTIQUE
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Women’s Clothing, Accessories
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660-248-9888
124 E. Morrison• Fayette
OPEN
Tues.-Fri. 11-7
Sat. 10-5
DRY
CLEANING
Drop Off
& Pick Up
every Friday
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November 13 • 2013
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305 Chestnut Street
Entry foyer w/view of curved staircase. LR w/hdwd flr &
fireplace. DR w/wainscoting & hdwd flr. Main level BA has
shower. Upper level BA has claw foot tub, pedestal sink &
great cabinetry. 2 nice sized BRs w/lots of closets. Recent
carpet in upper level. Full bsmt. for storage. Cvd front
porch, fncd yard. $49,000. Call Kathy Sears 660-621-4500.
Move-in ready! 2BR, 1 ½ BA, new roof in 2011,
newer replacement windows, new hot water heater,
new hardwood floors, fresh paint. No better house
for this price! Reduced to $69,500. Contact Bruce.
Older 2BR modern country home on 1.75 ac in
Fayette School District. LR, 1BA, kit., outdoor wood
furnace, wall gas heater, rural water. Incl 46x24
metal pole bldg w/add-on. $47,500. Call Howard.
GLASGOW
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1023 3rd Street
Freshly updated Bungalow. Double pane tilt-in windows. 1
Bedroom and 1 Bath on main level. 2 Bedrooms and 1 Bath
on upper level. Formal Dining Room. 2 HVAC units. Tons of
off street parking. Predominantly brick exterior. $87,900.
Call Flip Sears 660-621-2100
REDUCED
1260 Evergreen Circle
LIKE NEW Home at a great price! 3 nice sized BRs w/good
closets. 2 full BAs w/tub/shower combos. Carpet, tile &
paint throughout are in superb condition. All Kitchen appls
convey w/home. Window coverings throughout are
included. $79,900. Call Kathy Sears 660-621-4500.
This elegant home is believed to have been built before 1900. Was used as convent associated with
Catholic Church across street. Mostly remodeled,
4,000 sf, 27-ft. hallway entry, 20-step staircase,
6BR, 2BA, 3rd floor loft, hrdwd floors, unfnshd w/o
bsmt. $89,000. Call Howard.
215 A
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2 Living Areas-3 BRs, 2.5 BAs, w/o bsmt w/Lake View. NEW
UPDATES, Kit. w/SS appls, dbl oven, new tile backsplash,
sink & faucet; Custom hickory flrg, M BR w/private BA &
walk-in closet. LL living area w/hickory flrg & half BA. Addl
LL for storage/exercise rm. Recent landscape, fence, storm
doors + More!! $149,900. Call Kathy Sears 660-621-4500.
30 acres & fenced! Modern & updated Amish-built
2-story home, 2100 sf, full bsmt, 3-car att grg.
Beautiful wood flrs thru-out, oak cabinets, kitchen
island, appliances convey. Several nice outbldgs,
barn, plus 34x20 mfd home, much more!
$265,000. Contact Bruce.
1005 Hilldell
530 Thoma
150 ac m/l in WRP. Large spring-fed pool of water,
tract bounded on the south by the Petite Saline
Creek. Trophy deer, wildlife galore! Located 3 mi
south of I-70 near Wooldridge. $280,000. Ask for
Howard.
Country living on 1.64 acres on blacktop Hwy B. 2story home features 3BR, 1BA, new furnace in 2010,
updated wiring, many new windows, new roof, updated kitchen & BA. 20x20 carport. 39x24 shop.
Only $115,000. Call Frank.
Great home in desirable subdivision! Features 3BR,
2BA, open kit./living rm area, formal DR & utility
room on main level. Full w/o bsmt has fam rm, rec
rm, 1BR, 1BA. Lots of storage, jetted tub, pantry,
appliances convey. $245,000. Contact Jerry.
Quiet street, att. garage, new mulch & grass. LR offers orig.
refinished hdwd. New windows ex LR picture window. New
furnace, c/a & water heater. New carpet, vinyl & paint. Full
clean/dry basement w/1/2 BA. New counters, light fixtures,
bath fixtures. New sheetrock & insulation upstairs. Move-In
ready!!! $79,900. Call Kathy Sears 660-621-4500.
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Super nice home for the money. Quiet dead end street. NEW
Paint & Carpet main living area. Fully equipped Kitchen +
washer & dryer. Siding '02, roof '04, deck floor '13. 4 BRs,
2 lg BAs, spacious lower level Fam. Rm + lg. LR. Ext. walls
are 2x6, windows are dbl.pane w/wood interior. Great curb
& interior appeal. $92,900. Call Kathy Sears 660-621-4500.
215 Acre Cattle Farm in Franklin, Mo. 135 acres of
open ground that is all good grass. Fenced & crossfenced. Several ponds. Approx 80 acres woods.
Some marketable timber. Lots of wildlife. Located
2/10 mile off blacktop road. $451,500. Call Bruce.
6740 Lee School Dr., Bunceton
5 ac. & house show really good. Lg. home w/Pine log
siding. 3 BRs & 2 BAs. Open floor plan for Kitchen, DR &
Fam. Room. Lg. deck & patio, mature trees all around,
30x40 metal bldg. w/elec. & concrete floor. Home has lots
of wood laminate flrg, commercial gas range, loft area
w/open rail & view of Fam. Room. $129,900. Call Kathy
Sears 660-621-4500.
24596 Cohen Ct
8 acres + new construction!! 3 BRs, 2 BAs, SS appls.
Laminate flrg. in LR, DR & Kitchen. Jetted tub in Master BA,
12x5 walk-in closet in MA BR. Open floor plan w/full
unfinished basement ready for expansion. Roughed in for
extra Bath. 57x10 Deck. 16x12 outbldg. Located minutes
away from I-70 off Wooldridge exit. $175,000. Call Karen
Kreienheder 660-537-1472.
REAL ESTATE
Jerry Quinlan Bruce R. Quinlan Peggy Fenical
660-882-6543
660-621-2072
Office Manager
Howard Robertson
660-621-2081
1st CHOICE REALTY, INC.
1005 Main St. • Boonville, MO • 660-882-6543
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660-537-0301
511 Main St. Boonville
660-882-6516
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660-473-1167
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VETERANS, GET THE HOME OF YOUR DREAMS
for what You Pay in rent. I will help you purchase a home using
your VA benefits. It makes more sense than ever to use your VA
benefits due to favorable changes. CALL ME — LET’T TALK!
I can be reached at 660-537-4455 or
come by my office at 2410 Boonslick Drive.
Nathan “Nate” Chipley . . . No Pressure. No Hassle
NEW PRICE
Bill Patton
660-621-1467
Terry Davis
660-888-1704
EXTRA, EXTRA NICE!
1404
CONCORDIA
DR., BOONVILLE You’re going to love
this brick ranch home
& everything it has to
offer. 3 BR, 2.5 BA, well
planned kit/din area
G
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GREAT ROOM
open to 25x18 great
LE PEND
A
S
room w/unique W/B fireplace. There’s more ...quality ABC windows, wood shake roof, 2 heating/cooling units.
Abundace of upgrades thru-out. 80x136 lot w/superb landscaping. MLS #13-591 $225,000.
NEW LISTING
DRASTICALLY REDUCED
15 MORNINGSIDE DR.,
BOONVILLE - CLASS
ACT! Just walk in and
enjoy. No honey-do
projects here! This
creampuff 3 BR, 3 BA
brick ranch with ameniFENCED BACKYARD
ties including new kit.
1210 MAIN ST., BOONVILLE - Charming 1940s home reflects 3855 HWY 5, NEW FRANKLIN - This stone ext. 4-5 BR, 2.5 BA
sensibility & charm, same owner for 44 yrs. 3 BR, 1.5 BA 1.5 story home just had major updates/upgrades. 100% new kit.,w/appl. w/all appliances, 1 new and 2 remodeled baths, refinished dark oak hdwd. floors, 18.6x12 fam./rec room, frpl,, 12x8
brick w/full bsmt. Lg. yd. Cent. heat/air, frpl, major appl. Wood from Imhoff’s. 2 heat/cool systems, frpl., 26x7 frt, porch. 16x11 sunroom. Att. 2-car garage plus carport. Delightful! WAS $129,500 NOW $118,000 MLS #12-919
flrs & wdwk in grand condition. MLS #13-585 $79,000
fam. rm on 2nd level. 1.06 acre lot. $159,000.
IMMEDIATE POSSESSION
SHOW OFF
527 THOMA ST. BOONVILLE - SUPER STARTER HOME! 1 level 400 CLINKSCALE RD., COLUMBIA - Choice bungalow with 3 BR,
3 BR, w/lg. lot. Newer furnace/AC, gar. door & vinyl siding. 1-car 2 BA on 1 level. Decorator Harmony & meticulous upkeep preatt. gar. Immediate possession. $54,900. MLS#13-733
vails. Circa 1930s. Move-in ready! $92,500. Note: See website.
Documents sectin for plat map & upgrades. MLS #13-798
LAND OPPORTUNITY
HERE’S A GREAT BUY!
NDING
SALE PE
17553 OLD 5 DR., BOONVILLE- RARE FIND! Just outside city 702 4TH ST., BOONVILLE - Solid 1.5 story brick on sm. lot near
limits of Boonville, Hwy B. 1.4 acres m/l with I-70 visibility. Non downtown. Cozy 3 BR, 2 BA w/lg front porch & bsmt. Original
zoned. Located on hard surface road with easy access. woodwork thru-out, some hw flrs. $59,500. MLS#13-320
$25,000. MLS #13-806
CLICK
NEW LISTING
NDING
SALE PE
SUPER STARTER
1001 CARLA, BOONVILLE - 5 BR, 3 BA, LR +fam. rm. Spacious
kit. w/recent updates. Laminate in 5 rms., skylights in 2 baths,
frpl, all kit. appl. convey. Enclosed rear porch, lg. patio, fenced
yard. Living areas separated by kitchen & spacious utility room.
Check out our website for many photos. 144,500
419 7th ST., BOONVILLE - “It’s for real . . . just $49,500. A 2 BR,
1 BA cottage with character, big on charm & great on location.
New roof June 2013, central heat/air. Detached garage. Lot size
72’x52.5’ Great place to start.MLS/ID:13-509
NEW LISTING
HOME & WORKSHOP
3858 HWY 5, NEW FRANKLIN - SIMPLY A NICE HOME! Well
built, well kept 2-3 BR, 1.5 BA one level home built in early
1960s. Features a huge 15x28 LR & backyard that overlooks the
countryside. Quick possession. $87,500. MLS #13-802
202 W. BROADWAY, NEW FRANKLIN - Nearly 4,000 sf. 5BR,
3BA, new roof 2010. Double corner lot, oversized 2-car gar
+shop.. 957 sf lower level w/private entrance. $127,500.
MLS#12-957
DRASTICALLY REDUCED
NEW LISTING
626 LOCUST ST. BOONVILLE - AMAZING RENOVATION. 1,649
sf 3 BR, 2.5 BA, story & half mid-1940s home, att. gar. & W/O
bsmt. A real looker for only $92,500. Seller will pay up to
$2,500 of Buyer Closing Cost at listed price. MLS #13-699
1300 OVERLAND CT., BOONVILLE - Look at this move-in ready,
like new condition ranch on corner lot! Recent improvements
incld. int. paint, rubbed bronze fixures/knobs, quality carpet & 50
yr. bamboo flring. All appl. incl. W/D. MLS#13-767 $119,500
NEW LISTING
NEW PRICE
507 THIRD ST., BOONVILLE - Bungalow with welcoming 27x6
front porch. 1,418 sq. ft. home with w/o bsmt & fncd yard. Contact subject to provisions set forth by seller JP Morgan Chase
Bank. $47,900. Call Nathan for details 537-4455MLS#13-
512 SIXTH ST., BOONVILLE - Contemporary office bldg. Nearly
2,000 sf, 4-5 offices, storage room, kitchenette & restroom. All
in superb condition. Handicap accessible.Off-street parking.
$89,500 Contact Nathan Chipley 537-4455 MLS#12-587
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