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Combining and Continuing The Crane Chronicle and Stone County Republican • USPS #136-740
VOLUME 123 NUMBER 19 CRANE (STONE COUNTY), MISSOURI 65633-0401 THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 24, 2009 TWO SECTIONS- 28 PAGES PRICE 40¢(TAX INCLUDED)
Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Weather Trivia
7-Day Forecast Partly Cloudy T-storms Mostly Cloudy Mostly Sunny Sunny Mostly Sunny Mostly Sunny What percentage of tornadoes across the
Sept. 24-30 74/61 78/60 77/56 78/56 77/53 79/58 75/54 world occur in the U.S.?
Answer: 75 percent take place in the U.S.
Man Stabbed Two People Charged Possession of Controlled
Substance, Animal Abuse and Endangering
Ayres Selected As GOP
By: Richard L. Hill, Sheriff,
Stone County Welfare Of Child Nominee
On Wednesday, September
16, Stone County Deputies re- By: Emory Melton The Missouri law provides the
sponded to 95 Straight N Nar- When Representative Dennis unexpired term be filled by elec-
row Rd, Crane, MO in reference Wood was appointed the new tion.
to a subject being stabbed. Presiding Commissioner for Pursuant to Missouri law, the
When deputies arrived, they Stone County to succeed George Chairman of the Republican
observed a white male adult in Cutbirth, who resigned due to ill Committee of the 62nd District,
the yard with what appeared health, it opened up the remain- Larry Morrill, a Kimberling City
to be a cut on the right side of ing 15 months of Wood’s term in realtor called for a meeting of the
his chest. During the course of the House of Representatives for 19 Committee men and women
the investigation, information
District 62, which includes the of the district which was held
was received that a 32-year-
old female, had stabbed the Southern part of Stone County last Saturday at the Kimberling
victim after an argument. The and the Branson area of Taney City Community Center to inter-
victim, age 29 was taken to a County. continued on page 3
Springfield hospital for non-life
James River Day At Galena
Cynthia Crow Raymond Borowski
The female was arrested on On Thursday, September 17, ceived that the resident of home
Domestic Assault, 2nd Degree. Stone County Deputies with the was housing a large number of
As of September 22, she has assistance of the Missouri State venomous snakes and that sever- Make plans now to attend ner will be available for all those
been release from jail by the Humane Society, Cruelty Divi- al of them were dying from some James River Day at Galena spon- who have a tale to share. We
Prosecutor’s Office. sion, and the Missouri Conserva- type of virus. The Missouri sored by the Galena City Council will be entertained by gospel
tion Agency, executed a Search State Humane Society asked for and the Galena Chamber of Com- and bluegrass music as well as a
Warrant at 45 Friday Dr, Reeds the assistance of the Springfield merce on Saturday, September Jam Session later in the day. The
Events Spring, MO, which is located off
Talking Rocks Rd.
Dickerson Park Zoo Veterinarian
and staff who are experts in han-
26, 2009, with opening ceremo-
nies at 9:30 AM. Festivities will
Galena Chamber of Commerce
members will prepare a fish fry
Scheduled This search warrant was ob- dling and identifying venomous include the James River Princess with all the trimmings. Join us
tained after information was re- contest, children’s games, cake- in celebration of fishing, floating
continued on page 4
The Jenkins Rural Fire De- walk, fiddler’s contest, horse- and fun on the James River at
partment will host their annu- Commission Meets With Indian Ridge shoe pitching, hog calling, and Galena. Applications for booth
the good, the bad, and the ugly space are being accepted now.
al Fish Fry October 3 at Fire
Station #1 located just north of
Official For Update boat contest. Fisherman’s Cor- continued on page 3
the 39 and 248 junctions.
The Hurley Fall Festival
will be held Saturday Octo-
ber 3, 2009. There will be Live
21st Annual Applefest
Music, Games, Crafts, Great Fall is in the air and so is Mari- on is, “Marionville, A Town As
Food, Silent Auction, Parade onville’s 21st annual Applefest! Sweet As It’s Apples”. The prize
and Softball Tournament. Mark your calendars for Sep- for their creativity was an ice
For more information call tember 25 and 26; you won’t cream party and $50.00 to be
369-3420. want to miss this year’s big used towards class supplies!
The 25th Annual Aurora event! This year’s BIG raffle will be
By: Patty Roof, News Editor the Indian Ridge Development Applefest tried something dif- a Pro Scan, 40” high definition
Auto Fest will be held Satur-
The Stone County Commis- to discuss the status of the de- ferent this year; we had students LCDHD TV! Tickets can be pur-
day, October 3 under the shade
sion, Attorney Bill McCullah velopment. This development from the Marionville School pick chased in advance at City Hall
trees at Oak Park on Business
and other county officials met has been tied up by the FDIC for this year theme and the design or during Applefest. The winner
Highway 60 in Aurora. With
with Jerry Shirato, President of continued on page 5 for the cover of the book. Mrs. will be announced Saturday at
over 25 classes of classic and
street rod cars, trucks and mo- Clinkinbeard’s first grade class
continued on page 4
torcycles showcased. won. The theme they decided
The Jamey May Memorial
Trail Ride for Cystic Fibrosis
will be held Saturday, Octo- The Shell Fest
Shakin’ In Fest display at the 20th Annual Clas-
The Shakin’ In The Shell
ber 10, 2009 at 10:00 a.m.
The 30th Annual Homer on Saturday, September 26, 2009 sic Car Show, located on the Fest
Sloan Buddy Bass Tourna- is quickly approaching! A great grounds.
ment will be held October time is expected for attendees Included in the line-up of free
3, in Shell Knob, Missouri on from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m., with performances is the Shell Knob
Table Rock Lake. several activities scheduled. School Band, the Blue Eye High
A real crowd pleaser Is the School Band, a local group of
Ugly Dog Contest, with several line dancers and local bands,
Correction: On three
categories the canines compete Timberline (Bluegrass), Home-
articles it stated that they
in for top honors, like the best town Sound and the Redhots
were written by Patty Roof,
dressed, cleverest tricks, owner (Variety of Music Styles) and
New Editor. It should of
- look - alikes, and others. This Rock Pie (Rock).
stated by Patty Roof, News
Volunteers Irene Voyles and Shelley Mourer shown at the Crane contest is annually sponsored by In addition to this line-up of
Middle School administering the hearing tests to local students. the Haven of the Ozarks, animal entertainment, the Shakin’ the
shelter in Barry County. Shell Fest will have boats on
www.cc-scrnews.com What do Lions Club members Lion, you may not have the an-
Scores of beautiful classic, display, food concessions, and
Hosted by do? Some would think that a good swer. But the Lion’s Club motto
modified, and specialty vehicles vendor booths. The Shell Knob
NormFarnum.com question and unless you know a continued on page 5 continued on page 5
will be in competition and on
Page 2 THE CRANE CHRONICLE/STONE COUNTY REPUBLICAN Thursday, September 24, 2009 ter. This “boom” period lasted tories started making acceptable
about fifteen years. pencils.
After reading this, I went on- Something as simple as a pen-
line to see if there was anything cil is taken for granted these days
further about pencil production easily purchased at a reasonable
in Branson, but couldn’t find price and is definitely used by
anything. I did discover that all of us to some extent. I had
by Margaret Dillabough the pencil was first in use in never before stopped to wonder
Crane Chronicle/Stone County Republican
809 East Hill 1560. We have always called how, why and where they were
(USPS 136-740) Springfield, Mo. 65803 it a “lead” pencil; however, it made. I did read in the paper
Combining and Continuing is actually graphite and the first the other day that penmanship,
CRANE CHRONICLE pencils were graphite wrapped as we knew it, is falling by the
STONE COUNTY with string or graphite inserted wayside. Most of today’s writers
REPUBLICAN in a wood tube. The first pencil go to the computer for all of their
Published Each Thursday By
factory was in Germany in 1761 correspondence, and I must ad-
Saturday I seriously consid- included an overnight stay. So, and in the early 1800’s, there mit that I am one of them. There
COMPANY, INC. ered either turning on the heat or I did a lot of driving, but obvi- were a few factories in the Unit- are times when my handwriting
114 MAIN, CRANE, (Stone getting out my electric blanket. ously saved quite a bit. We had a ed States but our pencils were in- is almost illegible. Everything
County) MISSOURI 65633-0401 If that wasn’t a “wintery” day, I hard time getting Rosebud in the ferior to those made in England changes, doesn’t it?
Pamalie Davis, Managing
Editor don’t know what is. cat carrier as she is still a little and France. Toward the end of Until next week, Vaya Con
Patty Roof, News Editor I was on the highways and by- “wild” and she won’t let me near the Civil War, the American fac- Dios.
Phone (417) 723-5248 ways several times Friday and her yet--I guess she thinks I be-
Saturday and saw at least one trayed her. Our Punkin did me
Fax (417) 723-8490
PAID AT CRANE, MO. 65633 maple tree that was in full fall the same way. Before I took her
POSTMASTER: foliage color. Friday, I took our to have her spayed, she would
Send address changes to:
Rosebud to the vet at Miller to purr and sit on my lap, but it took
Publishing Co., Inc. have her spayed and traveled I- her several years to get back to
P.O. Box 401 44 going but took a leisurely ride that point after our trip for her
Crane, Mo. 65633-0401 down Chestnut (the old Route procedure.
VOLUME 123 • NUMBER 19
THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 24, 2009 66) coming home. Saturday, I re- I have been back in Ma’s pa-
2009 SUBSCRIPTION RATES turned to Miller to pick up Rose- pers again and found a very in-
Stone, Barry, Christian, Lawrence and bud and then Floyd Nelson and teresting article about the Bran-
Taney Counties (per year) .......... $27.00
($25.12 for newspaper, $1.88 for sales tax, for 27.00 combined)
I headed to the cabin for him to son area--something I had not
Elsewhere in Missouri (per year) $29.55 pick up his truck, which a neigh- read about before. It seems that
($27.49 for newspaper, $2.06 for sales tax, $29.55 bor was working on. It rained at the turn of the century, Bran-
combined) all day and I had thought about son was a major market area for
All other States (per year) .......... $39.00
10 Years Ago September 26, 1974 Benton and
Subscription rates to Foreign Address staying at the cabin for a couple White River rafts of railroad ties (Taken from the files of the Dolores Shiveley Editors.)
Upon Request of hours before returning home. and cedar logs. The logs were Crane Chronicle/Stone County The Warren’s (Charles and
2008 Single Copy Mailed(each) ....... $1.90 This is the time of year I really floated by the millions down the Republican dated Thursday Sep- Marilyn) got a scare the other day
(37¢ for newspaper, 3¢ for sales tax, $1.50 for postage and handling)
2008 Single Copy
enjoy sitting on my nice covered waters that are now Lake Taney- tember 23, 1999 Fred Hall Edi- when Charles saw his car headed
Sold Over The Counter (each) 40¢ porch with a hot cup of coffee or como, Bull Shoals and Table tor.) toward a large holler with their
(37¢ for newspaper, 3¢ for sales tax, 40¢ combined) tea; but the cabin smelled musty Rock. The Crane FFA Alumni Assoc. small daughter Tina in it. Seems
Newspaper sold in different locations with varying sales tax rates
Legal Ad Deadline ................. 12 Noon, Monday
and damp inside and I decided to With the coming of the Mis- will be hosting their first Fish Fry the wheels hit a small mound of
Display Ad Deadline .............. 12 Noon, Monday forego sitting out on the porch souri Pacific railroad to this on Saturday, September 25 in the dirt that turned the wheels and
Classified Ad Deadline............ 10 a.m., Tuesday and vacantly gazing off into the area in 1904, a market for cross agriculture building at Crane the car stopped, quite a Miracle.
News Deadline ........................ 5 p.m., Monday woods (something I do frequent- ties was created. The cedar log High School at 6:30 p.m. There were other witnesses but
We reserve the right to reject, cancel or
edit news articles or advertisements at any ly). Sometimes my husband will market came when the Ameri- One hundred five old Model the car was traveling so fast no
time or as we deem necessary. We assume ask me what I am thinking about can Pencil Company built a T’s were in Hurley on September one could get in it to stop it.
NO responsibility for errors, which occur while in one of my trances; and mill on the banks of the river in 10, at the Spring Creek Mill. The Marc Barnett, Junior and Kent
in items or advertisements, received via
telephone conversation or via email. We
it is extremely embarrassing to Branson. There is a picture of cars were at an annual gather- Brosseau, Senior was elected
assume NO responsibility for accuracy of have to answer “absolutely noth- the mill with logs piled up all ing in Springfield and decided to President and Vice-President of
advertisements or the suitability for the ing.” I did have imaging tests around it, and it looks as if it was make the trek to Hurley because the Student Council at Crane
intended purpose. All letters to the editor
must contain the legal signature of the
done on my head last week and located down town as there are of such a beautiful place and a High School. They were running
person submitting the letter and the writer’s I’ am happy to report that there is buildings visible around it. very good café to eat at. They mates and their campaign slo-
phone number. The person that is signing actually something up there--it’s There were no roads up and wanted to see the mill and visit gan was “We’ll be busy B’s for
the Letter to the Editor must sign a waiver
that is provided in our office before it can
not completely empty! down the river where the tim- the Flea Markets in Crane. Some you.”
be published. Writer’s name will be with- In case you are wondering why ber cutters had to drag the logs of these cars was as far away as 45 Years Ago
held from publication upon request. All I went all of the way to Miller to from the woods with mules, so Texas and California. Don Chris- (Taken from the files of the
Letters to the Editor must be delivered in
person to the newspaper office and proper
have Rosebud operated on, I will the rafter’s life was hard. He tenson invited the fellow Model Crane Chronicle dated Thursday
identity established before publishing. Any be most happy to share with you. would have to walk twenty to - T owners to Hurley. September 24, 1964, Paul and
advertisement or letter to the editor that We are encouraged to spay and thirty miles upstream to the place 20 Years Ago Bea Langford, Editors.)
contains negative allegations or references
neuter our animals and most of where the ties were being cut, (Taken from the files of the Terry Conrad and his Brother
to another person or entity must be accom-
panied by a citation to the source material us are responsible and do what and would have to carry a load Crane Chronicle/Stone County Tommy and Albert Medlin left
or materials or copies of such materials and we are supposed to. However, of about one hundred pounds, Republican dated Thursday Sep- Hurley on September 14 for ser-
must be submitted to the editorial board it seems that many in the veteri- which consisted of his ax, 50 to tember 21, 1989 Dolores Shive- vice in Uncle Sam’s Army. Terry
for verification no later than two weeks
before publication. Political Letters to the nary profession try to make it as 75 feet of rope and a tow sack of ley, Editor.) and Albert were sent on to Fort
Editor will not be accepted the week prior difficult for us as possible. I was thirty-penny spikes. They could Crane and Hurley fire depart- Leonard Wood from Kansas City,
to an election. No Letter to the Editor or told that a vet in Willard was the not carry food, because on the ments are sponsoring a “Fund since they had already had their
advertiser may remain anonymous and the
identity can be found out by coming to the most reasonable around at $60; trip down the river the ties were Raising Dance” Friday, Septem- physicals and Tommy hoped to
newspaper office. NO PHONE CALLS. If and she obviously is, as I couldn’t partially submerged and since ber 22 from 8 to 11 p.m. at the catch up to them later.
the editorial board determines that any such get an appointment until the first the men rode the ties, any sup- Crane Ball Park. Music will be Americans are eating more
allegations lack veracity, it reserves the right
to refuse publication of the advertisement week in November. In check- plies they would have tried to supplied by John Langley and meat each year. However, pork
or letter to the editor. Opinions expressed ing around town, the cost ranged carry would have been soaked. the Spring Creek Boys Band. and mutton are less popular,
in columns, commentaries, letters to the from $85 to $195--I did express The only food they had during Come out and support your Fire while beef, chicken and tur-
editor, articles containing a byline, or other
submitted articles, which are editorial in
some indignation when quoted the three days to a one-week trip Department. key are increasing. Since 1946
nature, are the opinions of the writer and the $195 price. So, I checked was obtained at the cabins of set- The CSCO School Carnival poultry consumption per person
should NOT be construed as the opinion with daughter in law, Tara who tlers. Many times they had to is set for Saturday, September has nearly doubled. Beef has in-
of the publishers or editor of The Crane
Chronicle/Stone County Republican. Per-
said they had taken their cats to hike up to five miles inland from 23 from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. creased by one third and mutton
sons submitting photographs for publication the vet outside Miller when they the river in order to find food or in the Crane City Park. High has decreased rather sharply.
in the newspaper should include a stamped were living there and had been lodging. School organizations that will be
self-addressed envelope for the return of the
picture or pick them up at the office within
very satisfied with them. I will This was a dangerous and mis- involved in the carnival are FFA
two weeks following publication. have to say that I was a little erable profession and sometimes with a petting zoo; band will be
leery about a country vet located quite dangerous. But, when oth- selling hot dogs, hamburgers,
out in the middle of nowhere ers were earning 75 cents per day, chips and drinks. Plan to come
and had visions of an office at- these rafters were paid five cents and enjoy the day at the park and Support Our
tached to a slaughter house or for each tie they delivered and help our students to learn while
a barn. Imagine my surprise to could make from $2.50 to $3.00 having fun. Troops Everyday
find a fairly new clinic with four per day. A lot of men lost their 35 Years Ago With A Prayer!
employees in sight and more in lives on the river or at saloons in (Taken from the files of the
the back. The cost--$60 which the few towns built along the wa- Crane Chronicle dated Thursday
Ayres Selected Thursday, September 24, 2009 THE CRANE CHRONICLE/STONE COUNTY REPUBLICAN Page 3
Stone County Senior Center continued from front page 357-6132 for details. We are 11:30 AM Fish Fry by Galena
Kathy Turner, Adminstrator calling all Fiddlers for James Chamber of Commerce
view the seven candidates for the
217 Main St., Crane, Mo. 65633 • 417/723-8110 River Day. If you are interested 11:45 AM Music on the
in participating in the Fiddler’s Square
Other candidates in addition to
Coming Events and Activi- fee and sweet treat, Friends and contest, please contact Linda 12:30 PM Fiddler’s Contest
Nita Jane Ayres of Branson West,
ties: Thursday, September 24- Neighbors Meet, 9:30 a.m., Pitch Gideon at (417) 849-3344. 1:00 PM Parade
included: former Taney County
Morning Coffee and sweet treat, at Noon; Wednesday, September JAMES RIVER DAY 2:30 PM Music on the Square
Commissioner Ron Herschend,
Flu Clinic, 9 a.m. to 11:30 a.m., 30- Morning Coffee and sweet SCHEDULE 5:00 PM Raffle Drawing; Fid-
Branson businessman Jeff Jus-
Red Hatter, 9 a.m., Salad Bar to treat; Thursday, October 1-Morn- 9:30 AM Opening Ceremo- dler’s Contest; and Winner an-
tus, Stone County GOP Chair-
complement noon lunch, Bingo, ing Coffee and sweet treat, Salad nies nounced
man Tom Martin, Stone County
12:30 to 1:30 p.m.; Friday, Sep- Bar to complement noon lunch 10:00 AM Music on the Square; 5:30 PM Square Dancing on
Planning and Zoning Commis-
tember 25-Morning Coffee and menu, Bingo, 12:30 to 1:30 p.m. Horse Shoe Pitching begins; the square
sioner Jeff Sims, Kimberling
sweet treat, Celebrating Sep- The Fall Prevention Awareness Cake Walk begins; Children’s 6:30 PM Music on the Square
City Mayor Jason Hulliung and
tember birthdays during noon Program has been changed to Games begin: and Fisherman’s by Dennis Essary
Nixa Police 911 Supervisor Mike
lunch with cake and ice cream; September 29 at 11:30 a.m. This Corner opens 7:00 PM Musicians’ Jam Ses-
Bashford of Kimberling City.
Monday, September 28-Morning informational program is avail- 11:00 AM James River Prin- sion begins
Ayres, 51, was selected on the
Coffee and sweet treat; Tuesday, able to anyone interested for the cess Contest
first ballot, obtaining 10 of the
September 29-Morning Cof- safety of our seniors.
Stone County Plat Book
Democrats in the district have
not yet met to select a nominee
Public Health Makes Life Better for the special election.
News from the Stone County Health Department The winner will undoubtedly The Stone County Commis- at the County Clerk’s Office in
Angela Ford, Administrator run for re-election in November sion would like to announce the Historic Stone County Court-
2010. that the 2009 Stone County Plat house on the third floor during
Vaccination Programs Proven vaccinations trials in healthy According to the Springfield Book is now available for pur- regular working hours 8:00 am
To Be Effective Against Disease adults say the vaccine was well News Leader Press, Ayres is a chase. The cost of the plat book – 4:00 pm Monday through Fri-
As the availability of H1N1 tolerated and established immu- graduate of Southwest Baptist is $25.00 and can be purchased day, phone 417-357-6127.
vaccine draws closer, the Stone nity to H1N1 within 14 days.” University; Ayres has worked in
County Health Department Ford says she also hears con- Branson-area real estate industry
(SCHD) seeks to provide accu- cerns from people about thimero- since 2005. Before that, she was
rate information about the ben-
efits and risks of vaccination so
that individuals can make the
best possible decision about pro-
sal and Guillain-Barré syndrome.
Thimerosal is a mercury-based
preservative that is used in some
influenza vaccines to keep them
a manager at Yocum Silver Mine
in Branson West for 14 years. In
the 1980s, she worked in man-
Spring Creek Pizza
agement and accounting at Tin-
tecting their own health and the free from contamination of mi- dle Mills and Bass Pro Shops in Hurley, Mo
health of their family members. croorganisms. H1N1 vaccine is
“Anytime there is a new public
health issue, people are under-
being manufactured in several
formulations, including single
Ayres sits on the board of
Metropolitan National Bank in
standably concerned,” says An- dose units that will not contain Springfield.
gela Ford, Administrator. “Our thimerosal and a live-attenuated During the interview process,
goal is to provide them with ac- version (mist) that will not con- Ayres detailed her conservative
Dine In or Carry Out
curate, timely, credible informa- tain thimerosal. principles of smaller govern-
tion about the new H1N1 vac-
cine – its production, testing and
“Although some people sug-
gest a link between thimerosal
ment, and fiscal and personal re-
licensing processes, as well as its
safety and effectiveness – so that
and autism, science does not
show a connection,” says Ford.
One of the 10 favorable votes
came from Ayres who is the
people can decide for themselves “There has also been concern
if they want to be vaccinated about Guillain-Barré syndrome
vice-chairman of the 19-member
62nd District GOP Committee.
against H1N1. This is a volun- being linked to influenza vacci-
tary program.” nation. Numerous studies have Delivery
The health department will be been done on this topic. Two
actively monitoring the vaccina- studies suggested that approxi-
James River Day
continued from front page
tion process and reviewing any
adverse reactions that may occur,
mately 1 additional person out
of 1 million vaccinated people You may obtain the applica- Will Deliver to: ••
in partnership with the Centers may be at risk for Guillain-Barré tion at www.galenamo.com or Hooten Town &
for Disease Control and Preven- syndrome associated with the by calling Janetta Cole at (417)
818-7758. Iron Bridge Estates Open
tion, the Food and Drug Admin- seasonal flu vaccine. In most of
istration, the US Department the studies, no association was Do you have a homemade quilt
made by you or a family member
of Health and Human Services found.”
and the Missouri Department of As more information becomes that you would like to display
Health and Senior Services. Vac-
cine safety monitoring uses both
available on when H1N1 vac-
cine will be available in Stone
during James River Day? Please
contact Sharon Stephens at (417) Let us cook for you!
active and passive surveillance County, the health department
in an effort to quickly identify will notify the public. In the
any clinically significant adverse meantime, residents are encour-
events following immunization aged to get vaccinated for sea-
and to provide timely informa- sonal influenza. This shot will
tion to vaccine providers, health not protect them against H1N1
care providers and the public. influenza, but it will offer protec-
“Vaccination is the gold stan- tion against three strains of sea-
dard of protection against influ- sonal flu likely to circulate in the
enza,” adds Ford. “We know United States this fall and winter.
vaccination programs work. We Seasonal flu and its complica-
no longer routinely see cases of tions kill approximately 36,000
polio, measles, mumps, rubella people in the United States each
and other vaccine preventable year, and vaccination is the best
diseases, thanks to successful method of protection against it.
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Page 4 THE CRANE CHRONICLE/STONE COUNTY REPUBLICAN Thursday, September 24, 2009 ted to helping American Veter-
21st Applefest continued from front page ans from all wars and to educate
the public regarding American
Winners Of The Miss Applefest In Marionville prisoners that were left behind in
Photos by LeAnne’s Photography-LeAnne Price previous wars.
Of course both days you will
find plenty of wonderful hand
made wares, face painting, air
brushed shirts, stained glass etc,
beautiful things to decorate your
home, info on anything from an-
cestry, to building a sunroom.
Stop by the Fire Department
on the corner of Central and
Washington. They will have in-
flatables for the kids, test your
skills with a football toss, kids
Applefest: Winner: Chelsea Fergerson, daughter of Kimberly will enjoy checking out the sta-
Neff of Aurora, 16 years old. tion and trucks, soda and other
First runner up: Kylee Campbell, daughter of Cindy Campbell of items will also be for sale.
Marionville, 15 years old. The Marionville Police De-
Second runner up: Abbey Farley, daughter of Rick and Angie partment will also be in this lo-
Farley of Galena, 15 years old cation and they encourage kids
Miss Congeniality: Kylee Campbell. to register their bicycles or sign
up to be a junior officer complete
POW Awareness with badge!
BBQ, Pork on a stick, fried rice,
This year Applefest is honored The Red Cross Blood Mobile
Apple Dumpling: Winner: Sydney Ash, daughter of Mike and egg rolls, hamburgers, hot dogs,
to have the POW Awareness will also be on site for those
Gina Ash of Marionville, four years old. funnel cakes etc.
group Rolling Thunder! wishing to donate blood.
First runner up: Brianna Thompson, daughter of Tammy and Saturday have your fresh
Rolling Thunder is a non-profit The carnival this year will be
Daniel Thompson of Marionville, seven years old. baked Apple pie and a $5.00
Second runner up: Karlee Page, daughter of Kimberly Page of entry fee at the Fire Station be- organization. They are commit- continued on page 5
Mt Vernon, four years old. tween 8:00 & 10:00am. Top
three pies will be auctioned off
at 2:45. At 10:00 a.m. strike up
the band, decorate a float, get out Two People Charged continued from front page
the bicycles, saddle up the horse, reptiles. Child.
polish up that old car, or just Once on scene, we found the The three yr old child was tak-
bring your lawn chairs and enjoy 28 yr old male resident and the en into protective custody and
one heck of a parade! Following 23 yr old female resident with released to the Division of Fam-
the parade, a performance by the her three yr old daughter. Also ily Services.
Comet Pride Marching Band and at the residence, was a 27 yr old The 27 yr old that was at the
Color Guard, Parade Awards and friend. home at the time the warrant was
Mighty Might Cheerleaders. Located in a building away being served was arrested on a
Bill Lowery will perform at from the home, investigators Parole Violation. On September
1:00, Wendy Sewell 2:00, 2:45 located numerous clear plastic 17, all three subjects were being
sharpen up your favorite paring storage boxes, which contained held in the Stone County Jail.
knife for the famous Apple peel- the remains of dead snakes. On September 17, 2009, Stone
ing contest, Car Show awards at Also inside this building was County Deputies with the assis-
3:00, Marionville Idol and Apple a room, which contained over tance of the Missouri State Hu-
Candy Apple: Winner: Kymbra Kirby, daughter of Shawn and 25 venomous snakes in several mane Society, Cruelty Division,
Amy Kirby of Marionville, 10 years old. Daze awards 4:00, the Peters
plastic storage boxes. There and the Missouri Conservation
First runner up: Kennedy Stringer, daughter of Robin and Paul Family with 3 special guests will
were several different species of Agency, executed a Search
Stringer of Marionville, nine years old. perform at 5:30 the well known rattlesnakes, one cottonmouth, Warrant at 26 Friday Dr, Reeds
Second runner up: Savannah Miller, daughter of Richard and Eddie Valen Show at 6:45 and several spitting cobras, a green Spring, MO, which is located off
Chantil Miller of Aurora, eight years old. the evening will end with fan- viper, a boomslang and a black Talking Rocks Rd.
tastic sounds from LiveWire! mamba to name a few. All of The Stone County Prosecutor’s
Since 1995 this group has been these snakes appeared to be in- Office has charged the suspects
rated one of the premiere coun- fected with a virus that is com- in this case, as listed below:
try bands in the Midwest with mon to the reptile family, and Cynthia Crow, DOB: 09/02/86
their high energy performances. that there is no treatment for. Female, residing at 26 Friday
They have shared the stage with Inside the home were several Drive –
entertainers such as David Allen non-venomous snakes as well as Dist/Del/Manf/Produce or At-
Cole, Montgomery Gentry and a venomous cobra. Also locat- tempt to Or Possess W/Intent To
Toby Keith ed inside the home in a freezer Dist/Del/Manf/Produce A Con-
Apple Daze were several reptiles that had trolled Substance 195.211 (Felo-
Stroll down to the park for the died and were frozen in plastic ny, Class B)
4th annual Apple Daze in the bags. A suspected wolf hybrid Endangering the Welfare of
Park, plenty of old time fun for was running loose in the home, a Child – 1st Degree (Felony,
two monkeys were located in the Class C)
the whole family! In the Park you
garage and numerous fish tanks Animal Abuse (Felony, Class
will also find the Marionville Ly-
were located with exotic fish D)
ons Club 2nd annual Duck Race were found. Ms. Crow’s bond has been set
or Sign up for the Horseshoe Located near the home in a at $100,000 Cash Only. As of
tournament which is at 10:00a. wooded area was an alligator ap- September 22, she is still being
Apple Blossom: Winner: Jessica Peterson, daughter of Carla
m.Starting at noon the Golden proximate 3 ½ feet long being held in the Stone County Jail.
and Floyd Peterson of Marionville, 12 years old.
coin treasure hunt, wheelbarrow housed in a portable dog crate, Raymond Borowski, DOB:
First runner up: Haylie Thomas, daughter of Charity Chastain of
race, apple bobbing contest, bub- and a large laundry basket full 04/02/81 Male, residing at 26
Marionville, 12 years old.
ble gum blowing contest, and the of drug paraphernalia. A zip Friday Drive –
Second runner up: Megan Walker, daughter of David and Shan-
basket ball shoot out. At 1:00p. lock bag with approximately one Dist/Del/Manf/Produce or At-
non Walker of Aurora, 12 years old.
m. Sign up for the Marionville pound of marijuana was also lo- tempt to Or Possess W/Intent To
Idol, and Junior Idol. cated in this area. Dist/Del/Manf/Produce A Con-
6:15. dies, get those lungs in shape for According to the veterinar- trolled Substance 195.211 (Felo-
The park is located half a block
This years Grand Marshalls the Husband Calling Contest at ian, all the venomous snakes ny, Class B)
off the city square.
will be the class of 1959. 2:00 followed by the Miss Gold- would have to be euthanized at Endangering the Welfare of
Kustom Kemps Car Show
EVENTS en Delicious presented by non the scene. A complete list of all a Child – 1st Degree (Felony,
Kustom Kemps of America
Friday starts at noon. Enter- other than the wonderful Ms. Di- reptiles and animals taken from Class C)
presents the 3rd annual Hotrod
tainment will be throughout the amond Lil! The guys are invited the home will be available at a Animal Abuse (Felony, Class
and Kustom Hoedown at the
day and into the evening hours to show off at 2:45 with the Sexy later date. D)
Marionville Park Friday & Sat-
with great sounds from the Pe- Legs Contest! The male and female of the Mr. Borowski’s bond has been
urday. Want to enter your sweet
ters family, Russ Robinson, Plan on bringing the family for residence were both arrested on set at $100,000 Cash Only. As of
ride, call Jerry at 417-847-2940. suspected Animal Abuse and September 22, he is still being
Black Suede, and Eric Edmond- dinner with wonderful mouth-
Entry fee is $10.00. Endangering the Welfare of a held in the Stone County Jail.
son, Straight Winds Band. La- watering foods available such as
21st Applefest continued from page 4 Commission Meets With Thursday, September 24, 2009 THE CRANE CHRONICLE/STONE COUNTY REPUBLICAN Page 5
located on the northeast corner their family in 2005. continued from front page cess has been long and tiresome pm in the commission with the
of the square on Benton Street. Janea is the programming co- with no easy fixes and the com- hope that things will have made
Awards ordinator for all ten Lawrence mission has begun to press Mr. some progress. The decision of
Marcia Baum is this year’s re- Regional Libraries. In 2009 Shirato for actual documentation the bonds will be revisited at this
cipient of the 2009 Golden Apple Janea received a Certificate of proving that he has met all that time. As always Stone County
Award. Marcia has been an avid Achievement for the Library has been required of him. residents are invited to attend all
supporter of Applefest for 19 Skills Institute Curriculum she The attorney from Wells Fargo open meetings so makes plans to
years! She was elected treasurer has studied. Janea is thankful to addressed the commission ask- attend October 27.
in 1990 and continues to hold that have been blessed with her fam- ing that they at this time revoke
position. Marcia moved to Mari- ily and friends and enjoys help- the bond on Northshore Invest-
onville in 1959 with her parents, ing people. ments LLC, Las Vegas and en-
Dr. and Mrs. Ferrell. In June of
1963 she married her husband,
Shavalla Diercks is the 2009
Betty C Cook scholarship win-
sure that this project will make
some progress. The commission
Clifford Baum. ner. The topic this year is “Pride has put off revoking the bonds at Troops Everyday
Marcia is also treasurer of the In My Community As An Ameri- this time to allow the process to
Red Hatters. Marcia loves help- can”. Congratulations Shavalla. Mr. Shirato make its way through the court With A Prayer!
ing others by using the talents Applefest books are available the past several months, which system and see where the project
she has been blessed with. at several business locations, has put the project on a com- is at that time.
Janea Coker is the recipient don’t forget to look for “Rocky, plete halt. The EPA, DNR and Attorney Bill McCullah rec-
of the 2009 Red Apple Award. the White Squirrel” there are 21 the Corp of Engineers have all ommended to the commission
Janea (Brown) Coker graduated this year! levied complaints because of run that they hold off on revoking
from Marionville in 1986. There are a few booth spaces off and other possible hazards the bonds because as the situa-
She married her high school left, call Kathy @ 417-840-9687
to the environment due to these tion stands the commission and • Tank Leasing Program
sweetheart Jeff Coker and have to reserve your spot. delays. Mr. Shirato informed the the project would still not be • Safety Trained Service Staff
two children, Jonathan & Jo- Hope to see you there. commission that he has been in able to proceed because of the • Complete Line of Gas Appliances
seph, Marshall Davidson joined contact with each agency has in- tie up with the FDIC. A meet- 101 N. Commerce, Crane
formed them of the situation and ing has been rescheduled with
they correct all problems and an- Mr. Shirato and Northshore In-
Outside Crane call toll-free
swer all complaints. Mr. Shirato vestments for October 27, at 1 1-800-492-5053
Shakin In The Shell Fest continued from front page
informed the commission also
Shrine Club will sponsor a beer Fresh Market; Bank of America,
Flat Creek Resort
that his son Christopher Shirato
garden. Arvest Bank, Red Barn, The fills out a report after every rain
A large Family Fun Area at Landing Cafe and Community event documenting run off and
the Fest will include Inflatable Bank in Shell Knob or Com-
play areas, a rock climbing wall, merce Bank in Cassville.
other problems that arise from
the rain. He says that DNR has
Bar & Grill
a bungee jump, a Velcro wall, The ReMax hot air balloon inspecting those reports and ev-
a dunk tank, as well as several will be on display with free teth- 7847 State Hwy. 173, Cape Fair, MO 65624
erything is in order. The com-
games with prizes ered ride opportunities during mission asked for copies of these Call Alan and Sherrie Kram at 417-538-4802
The Shell Knob PTO will be the evening hours. reports or any other documenta- Restaurant Now Open • Mon – Sat • 11 am – 9 pm
offering a 40” Proscan L-Series The Shakin’ In the Shell Fest is tion from DNR that shows they
1080HD LCD television and an all-day event, from 10 a.m. to Full Service Bar • 11 am – 1 am
are working to resolve these is-
a Sony 5.1 Wireless Surround 10 p.m. The Fest takes place in sues. Mr. Shirato stated he would Happy Hour Special: Coupon
Sound Home Theater System Shell Knob, Mo on Hwy 39 on provide the commission with 4-7 pm ALL DRINKS 50¢ off!
with a gift basket that includes Table Rock Lake. This event is whatever they wanted.
a popcorn bowl, popcorn, soda, brought to you by the Shell Knob Monday – Pitcher of Beer and 10” Pizza Special!
Next the Bond issue was Pizza - $10.00 Buy 1 Pizza
two free movie rentals from Chamber of Commerce, with brought up and Mr. Shirato as-
Country Fresh Market, and a sponsorship by 27 Shell Knob Tuesday – Taco Tuesday - 50¢ Get the second Pizza
sured the commission that the
couple of DVDs. Retail value is businesses. For mere informa- bonds are all in good standing. Wednesday – Buffalo Wings - 25¢ For Half Price!
around $1200. Tickets for rides, tion, contact the Chamber at 41 The commission has asked for Thursday – A slice of Pizza up to 3 Carry out only. Expires 9/30/09
games and the home entertain- 7.858.3300 or visit www.shaki- documentation proving the bonds toppings - $1.50 • Karaoke night –
ment system raffle can be pur- nintheshellfest.com are in good standing. Many ru- Both Smoking and
Ladies night, Margaritas for Ladies
chased in advance at Country mors have circulated throughout Non-Smoking Dining Areas
all night long - $2.50
the county and the commission
wants some assures that they
continued from front page can take to the citizens of Stone
Live Band and Dancing
sums it up well, “We Serve.”
Shown in the picture are volun-
purchase of eyeglasses for indi- County that things are progress-
viduals in need, and support of ing and the county won’t be left
Fridays and Saturdays
teers helping in the Crane school the Leader Dog program of the holding the bag. “Where People Come as Guests and Leave as Friends!”
district by administering hearing International Lions Club among Today seemed to be more of
tests for children in various grade other projects. the same. Mr. Shirato was work-
levels to help detect those with Lions have been serving local- ing hard to convince the commis-
hearing related needs. Each year ly and internationally for many sion that they are working hard
for over twenty years, members years and plan to continue doing to meet the demands of the FDIC
of the Crane Lions Club have
worked with the area schools of
the same for many more years in and to move this project forward.
the future. They are just waiting for word Heating & Cooling
Abesville, Crane, Galena, and that they can proceed. The pro-
Hurley by testing the hearing of Office: 357-6993
hundreds of children. From the Stone County
time of the “hearing van,” which
was driven from school to school
OATS transportation is available to anyone regardless of age, Cell: 872-6505
income, disability, race, gender, religion, or national origin.
to the more recent time of small- Driver: Tim Huff
er diagnostic devices, which are To Branson West from:
now no larger than a sack lunch, Shell Knob, Viola, Carr Lane to Cassville......................4th Mon. each month
local Lions have been involved Crane, Galena, Cape Fair, Reed Springs..............................Wed. each month
in helping the area schools with Reed Springs, Kimberling City, Blue Eye, Lampe............Thurs. each month
this and other projects. To Branson from:
Shell Knob.......................................................................1st Mon. each month
You may have seen or heard Crane, Reeds Spring, Galena..........................................3rd Mon. each month
the “Bingo Booth” at the an- Stone County to Springfield............................................2nd Mon. each month
nual Crane Broiler Festival; this Shell Knob, Viola, Carr Lane to Shell Knob........................Tues. each month We now have the Guardian Angel Cookbooks
is a Lions project, as well. Pro- To schedule a ride on any of these routes, call the contact number in your
ceeds from the booth are used
town: for sale.
to sponsor local projects such
Kimberling City/Lampe Ethel Raddatz
Shell Knob Venita Kory
417-858-6349 Cost is $10.00 per cookbook. Proceeds go to
as assisting other local organi- Crane Juanita Harris 417-723-8129 Clint Killman.
zations with funds, promoting Stone County Way-To-Go
local Peace Poster contests in Sunday-Saturday......................7:00 a.m. – 9:00 p.m. Cookbooks can be picked up at the Crane
the middle school, assisting in-
Call 1-800-770-6287 to schedule a ride!
County Committee Meeting: Chronicle/Stone County Republican office
dividuals in attending Lion Club 3rd Friday every other month during normal business hours.
band camps, assisting with the All OATS meetings are open to the public.
Page 6 THE CRANE CHRONICLE/STONE COUNTY REPUBLICAN Thursday, September 24, 2009
BOBBY GENE (BOB)
Hurley Church of God CARMINE CELIA ESTHER J.
Graveside services with Full
Military Honors, provided by the
US Marine Corps/VMT, were
Come join us for exciting worship, fellowship, PEARCE CRUMPLEY HAIR held at 10 O’ Clock a.m. Mon-
A community church
and life-changing messages from God’s Word! Funeral services for Mrs. Car- Esther J. Hair, age 87, of day, September 14, 2009 in the
with hands that reach mine Celia Pearce Crumpley Weaubleau, Mo., passed away Marionville I.O.O.F. Cemetery,
around the world Sunday School: 9:00 am were held at 2 O’ Clock p. m. August 29, 2009 in her home. with Rev. Lee Miller officiating,
Sunday Morning Worship: 10:15 am Sunday, September 20, 2009, in Funeral services were held
Office: 369-1404 Sunday Evening Worship: 6:00 pm under the direction of the Wil-
Just east of Hurley the Pierson Cumberland Presby- on Wednesday, September 2 at liams Funeral Home of Marion-
Wednesday Family Training: 7:00 pm
on Hwy A terian Church, with Rev. Duncan Hathaway-Peterman Funeral ville, Missouri.
Clyne officiating, burial followed Home, Wheatland, MO. Burial Bobby Gene was born on April
in the Marionville I.O.O.F. Cem- was in the Marionville I.O.O.F. 6, 1928 in Hoberg, Missouri to
etery, under the direction of the Cemetery. Allen Marion Marsh and Eva
Williams Funeral Home of Mari- Survivors include two sis- Mae Dameron Marsh, and he
Crane Presbyterian Church onville, Missouri. ters, Mary Barger and Bonnie passed away at 9:48 p.m. Tues-
Services being held in Carmine Celia was born on Bresherars and husband Leland, day, September 8, 2009 in St.
OUR NEW CHURCH AT 39322 HWY 413. February 15, 1914, in Billings, all of Weaubleau, Mo.; a sister- John’s Hospital in Springfield,
Missouri, to Sanders W. and Net- in-law, Emma Lou Barnett and Missouri, at the age of 81 years,
9:00 .................................................Fellowship tie Hill Pearce and she passed husband Ervin of Billings, Mo.; five months and two days old.
9:30 .......................................... Sunday School away at 7:59 p.m. Wednesday, and a brother-in-law, Evert Hair He was a member of the First
10:30 ......................................................Worship September 16, 2009 in St. John’s and wife Jenna of Republic, Mo. Baptist Church in Mt. Vernon,
Hospital in Springfield Missouri, A00012B2009SP24 Missouri.
Office: 723-5596 after a brief illness, at the age of Bob was a veteran of the US
95 years, seven months and one WANDA LEE Marine Corps.
day old. On February 20, 1989, in Cor-
On March 21, 1936, she was HOLDEN
pus Christi, Texas, he was mar-
married to John W. Crumpley, Wanda Lee Estes Brown Hold-
en closed her pretty blue eyes at ried to the former, Mary Junius
and they resided in Stone Coun- (June) Plank, and she preceded
ty. To this union four children 4:35 a.m., September 17, 2009.
Fundamental Methodist Church Surrounded by her family, the him in death on June 29, 2007.
Sunday School ........................ 10:00 a.m. were born. He was also preceded in death by
Sunday Morning Worship ....... 11:00 a.m. Carmine was preceded in angels came and sang this lovely
Sunday Evening Service ...........6:30 p.m. lady home. Her shining white two sons, Ted Allen Marsh and
death by her parents, husband, Kevin Douglas Marsh and his
Wed. Evening Service ...............7:00 p.m. hair was like a halo on her head
Pastor: Wayne Blades two brothers, Mearl and Bearl parents.
Pearce, a sister, Aileen Cox and as she left in the arms of Jesus.
Church Phone 417/723-5821 • Home Phone 417/840-3833 “Bobs” survivors include his
Small town Church with a country heart! a son-in-law, Carl Barnett. Born January 19, 1926 in Syl-
via, KS, she was the daughter only daughter and son-in-law,
She was a long time resident of Kimberly Anne and Bob West
the Bradfield Community, where of the late Roy Estes and Nina
Town Estes. She owned and op- of Plattsburg, Missouri, two
she was a member of the Pier- sons, Robert Marsh of Corpus
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH son Cumberland Presbyterian erated her own upholstery and
Christi, Texas and Jay Marsh
S. Hwy 13, Crane, Missouri (417)723-5273 Church. She was a homemaker. fabric shop. She was a member
of Oklahoma City, Oklahoma,
Sunday Schedule: Carmine, is survived by her of St. Peter and Paul Catholic
9:00 a.m. Coffee and Donuts 10:30 a.m. Sunday Morning Worship Church in Pulaskifield, MO, and eight grandchildren, his sister
four children, two sons - in - law and brother-in-law, Barbara and
9:30 a.m. Bible Study 6:00 p.m. Sunday Evening Worship active at the Monett Senior Cen-
WEDNESDAY and a daughter - in - law, Mear- Gene Blevins of Springfield,
5:30 to 6:30 p.m. evening Meal leen Barnett of Clever, Mo., ter. Her artistic talent extended to
6:45 p.m. Prayer Meeting oil painting and creating her own Missouri and several other rela-
7:00 p.m. Adult bible Study Courses plus Mary Lee Wilson and Ray of tives and friends.
Youth meeting and team Kids (Grades 1-6) Marionville, Mo., Bill Crumpley greeting cards. She was always
working with her hands. A00012B2009SP24
Pastor - Gregg Boll and Joyce of Springfield, Mo.,
“A Southern Baptist Church Serving God & the community since 1906 “ Janice Bluebaum and Herbert On October 11, 1946 she mar-
Jr., of Billings, Mo., nine grand- ried Constantine (Connie) P.
children and seven great grand- Brown in Dodge City, Ks. He JAMES NEWTON
children, a brother, Lloyd “Bill” preceded her in death October MCCULLOUGH
Galena Community Church Pearce, several nephews, nieces 18, 1956. She was also preceded James Newton McCullough,
and other relatives and friends. in death by her sister, Helen Mae Buffalo, MO, son of Robert and
209 North Maple Street • Galena, Missouri A00012B2009SP24
On June 18, 1964 she mar-
Gracie (Greek) McCullough was
born March 14, 1932 in Galena,
(417) 357-0048 ried Robert Raymond Holden of
MO and departed this life Sep-
tember 18, 2009 in St. John’s
Sunday Church Services EDWARD M. Survivors include four daugh- Health System, Springfield, MO,
Fellowship...........10:00 AM to 10:45 AM FILIPPON ters, Connie Brust and husband at the age of 77.
Worship Service...........10:45 AM TO 12:00 PM Edward M. Filippon, Reeds Lynn of Kokomo, IN, Kathy Newt was a retired truck driver
Butler and husband Bob of Jack- and had lived in Buffalo the past
Pastor Doug Minton Spring, MO, son of David and
Lorraine (Mingo) Filippon was sonville, NC, Jo Alexander and 17 years moving from Galena.
born April 11, 1964 in Engle- husband Sam of Harrison, Anita He believed in God, prayed daily
wood, New Jersey and departed Francis and husband Carl of Carl and considered himself a cowboy
this life September 20, 2009 in Junction, MO; two sons, Marc Christian. Newt tipped his hat to
Galena Assembly Of God ManorCare Health Services, Brown of Kokomo, Jeff Holden ladies and believed a handshake
1026 W. Hwy 248, Galena, Missouri 65656
Springfield, MO, at the age of and wife Carrie of Billings, MO; was a man’s word.
45. one sister, Elva June Sharp and Survivors include: his loving
Sunday School (All Ages)......................9:45 am
Worship...................................................10:45 am Edward was an artist and had husband Bob of Monett, MO; companion and friend, Elizabeth
Evening......................................................6:00 pm lived in the area the past five 15 grandchildren and 20 great- Johnstone; three daughters, Pa-
Children’s Church During AM Service years coming from Colorado. grandchildren. Also special in tricia Ann McCullough of Crane,
Wednesday................................................7:00 pm He was of the Catholic faith. Wanda’s life were the Holden Teresa Franklin of Morrisville
(Bible Study, Missionettes, Royal Rangers & Youth)
Survivors include: his mother children, Terri, Jan, Cindy, Rick, and Rhonda Gorham of Joplin;
and step-father, Lorraine and Pam, Denise, Michele and Tina. two sisters, Mary June Long of
Pastor: Terry Carter
David Hall of Reeds Spring; one A prayer service will be held at Crane and Judy Kloster of Elk-
brother, Craig Filippon of El Do- Parker Mortuary in Joplin, MO land; four grandchildren, Jill
rado Springs and a host of other at 6:30 p.m. Monday, September Franklin, Cody Franklin, Hannah
relatives and friends. 21, after which the family will Gorham and Jessica Gorham;
Crane No services are planned. Cre- receive friends.
Graveside services were held
three great-grandchildren, Whit-
Assembly of God
mation was under the direction ney Franklin, Kennade Franklin
of Stumpff Funeral Home-South, 10:00 a.m. Wed. September 23 at and Jenna Franklin and a host of
Kimberling City. Maple Grove Cemetery in Dodge other relatives and friends.
“Be prepared when God calls you.” A00012B2009SP24 City, KS. Graveside services were held
Sunday School ................................. 10:00 a.m. Arrangements are under the at 3:00 p.m., Sunday, September
Morning Worship ............................. 11:00 a.m. direction of Parker Mortuary in 20, 2009 in Union Mound Cem-
Sunday Evening Worship ...................6:30 p.m. Joplin. Send family condolences etery, Buffalo under the direction
Wednesday Evening Worship ............7:00 p.m. to www.parkermortuary.com. of Manlove-Stumpff Funeral
Rev. Mike Davis A00012B2009SP24 Home, Crane.
The family has requested me- Florida, Neal and Regenia Smith, Brad Hudson To Thursday, September 24, 2009 THE CRANE CHRONICLE/STONE COUNTY REPUBLICAN Page 7
morial contributions to St. Jude
Piggott, Arkansas, Joe and Shei-
la Smith, Galena, Judy and Wal- Preach At Horse Hurley Baptist Church Feeds
A00012B2009SP24 ter Hall, Galena, and Crystal and
Dewayne Rice, Reeds Spring; Creek The Children
nine nieces and nephews, Ken Brad Hudson will be preach-
EDWARD LEE Dodd, Dawn Lum, Tessa Dees, ing at Horse Creek every Friday
Sara Smith, Logan Smith, Colby night except the third Friday,
“EDDY” PHELPS which will be the Third Friday
Edward Lee “Eddy” Phelps, Hall, Maegan Hall, Caleb Hall,
and Kyndal Rice; a great-niece, Night Singing.
age 24, of Cassville, Missouri,
passed away Tuesday, Septem- Nyla Dees; an uncle residing in
ber 15, 2009, in an automobile the home, Gary Moore; other
accident near Cassville. relatives and many friends.
He was born March 5, 1985, in He was preceded in death by
Springfield, Missouri, the son of his father, William Earl Smith.
Darrell Wayne and DeEtta (Bat- Funeral services were 1:00
son) Phelps. He is survived by PM Saturday, September 19, in
his mother, DeEtta Long and her Spokane First Baptist Church
husband, Douglas of Cassville; with Pastor Randall Harwood
The Firm Believers will be
one brother, Wes Phelps and officiating. Burial will follow in
hosting a “pot luck” salad supper
his wife, Michele of Cassville; Highlandville Cemetery.
on Friday September 25. Walker
nephews, Levi, Kyle and Devin Memorials may be made to
accomplishments will be recog-
Ruark; aunts and uncles. Spokane First Baptist Church.
nized for miles walked. There
He was preceded in death by A00012B2009SP24
will be awards for 100 miles,
his father and grandparents. 250 miles, 500 miles and 1,000
Eddy, as most people knew miles.
him, attended elementary school The supper will be at The Crane
at Galena and high school at Presbyterian Church at 6:00 p.m.
Cassville, where he graduated. Also, please wear your Firm Be-
He had been employed at Fasco
Support Our lievers shirt for pictures. Please
and then was a quarry rock tester Troops Everyday turn in your miles by Septem-
for Hutchens Construction the ber 10 so we can recognize your
last six months. He loved to fish With A Prayer! achievements.
and was an amateur artist. If you have questions, please
No services are scheduled at call Linda Jensen at 669-7436.
this time. Cremation arrange-
ments are under the direction of
Fohn Funeral Home, Cassville.
Visit www.fohnfuneralhome. Marionville High School Class of 1979
com for online obituaries, guest-
book and private condolences. 30th Reunion Planned
A00012B2009SP24 The Class of 1979 from Mari- ning at the Longhorn Grill in
onville High School will hold Springfield, located at 1645 W.
their 30th year reunion on Satur- Republic Road just off of Kansas
day, September 26 during Apple- Expressway in the Remington’s
KERRY DALE fest weekend. Corner Shopping Center, a room
SMITH The class will meet at the has been reserved.
Marionville Elementary School For more information, contact Pictured here is the ground breaking for our new building followed
during the All School Reunion at Ruthie (Jones) Arand at (636) by the different stages of progress for the building until the finished
10:00 a.m. on Saturday, Septem- 584-7488, Jackie Barger at (417) project appears. We are utilizing the huge gym and some of the
ber 26. 818-5718, or Marjo (Custer) classrooms. Eventually all classrooms and the new state of the art
In addition, the class will meet Burk at (918) 636-7163. kitchen will be functional.
for dinner at 6:00 p.m. that eve-
Hurley Baptist church feeds of all ages. God is smiling down
many children and youth on because it is pleasing to him to
Wednesday evening both physi- add children to his kingdom.
Crane Assembly Of God Hosts
cally and spiritually. For a Now that there are new souls
small community like Hurley,
continued on page 8
our church feeds close to 200
people every Wednesday night.
Our church started out as a little
Web Murray Gospel Group
will be ministering in the eve-
Pastor Mike and the congrega-
tion invite all to attend this night
church on a hill, then we built a
bigger church down the street.
Kerry Dale Smith, age 47, of
Galena, passed away Wednes-
ning services Sunday, September
27, at 6:30 p.m. They are a local
as we worship the Lord in song.
Bring several friends, you will
And now, because of God’s Star Baptist
grace, we have built a huge
day, September 16, 2009. He group known for their Bluegrass be blessed and encouraged. (Revelations 22:16)
building behind our church so
was born February 17, 1962, the and Southern Gospel sound, with Crane Assembly is located on that we can serve God in a big- All are welcome to Worship
son of William Earl and Jewell talented musicians, laced with a Main St just across the street ger capacity. Jesus, with us!
Lavern (Moore) Smith. In 1980 great sense of humor. Don’t miss from the public library, and next If you have a child that you
he graduated from high School in
Bible Study at 9:30 am
this exciting evening of ministry door to the Stone County Pub- would like to be picked up by our
Piggott, Arkansas as Valedicto- Worship at 10:30 am & 6 pm
in music. lishing office. bus and brought to our church to
rian, and in 1985 graduated from be fed, please feel free to call us 69 Butterfields Trail Rd.
Union University in Jackson, at 369-9933. State Highway 413
Annual McKnight Family
Tennessee Magna Cum Laude. Last Sunday evening we had
Kerry was a communica- The Lord’s Supper. Pastor Gary Stewart
tion technician. He designed (417) 744-2901 (H)
Next Sunday there will be a
computer websites, programs baptism at the Reel farm. Pastor Church (417) 723-0315
and games. Playing computer
war games was a hobby of his. Please make plans to join us or Doris Edmondson 417/723-
Larry Winfree will have the hon- Southern Baptist Church
or of baptizing many individuals Established in 1997
He was ordained as a minister this year for the Seventh Annual 5609.
at First Baptist Church of Pig- McKnight Family Reunion. It See you there!
gott, Arkansas. He has served in
many capacities most recently at
will be held again at the Senior
Center on Main Street, Crane,
Crane Bible Baptist Church
Spokane First Baptist Church. MO. The day is Sunday, October 209 South Street - Crane, Mo. • One block west of Hwy. 13
Pastor Bob Sharp • (417) 723-5464
Kerry’s dedicated his life to his 11th at 1:00 pm. Bring your fa- Services
Lord, church, and family. vorite dish and join us for lots of Sunday School 10 a.m. Encouraging
Survivors include: His mother, fun and fellowship. Paper goods Sunday Morning Service 11 a.m. Families In
Lavern Smith; five brothers and and drinks will be provided. Sunday Evening 6 p.m. Faith
sisters and their spouses, Carol For more information, call Wednesday Service 7 p.m.
and Don Dodd, Hobe Sound, Ruth McKnight at 417/498-6662 www.cranebiblebaptist.org
Quilt Show Jenkins Fire
Page 8 THE CRANE CHRONICLE/STONE COUNTY REPUBLICAN Thursday, September 24, 2009
New Life Fellowship Church
Revival Fish Fry
While serving of fish or chick-
New Life Fellowship Church ing Worship - 11:00 a.m., Eve- en dinners are being served on
will be hosting a revival with ning Worship - 6:00 p.m. There October 3 from 5-7, local record-
Evangelist Terry Bailey on Sep- will be special music, everyone ing artist Corybel Country will
tember 25, 26 and 27. Come and is welcome to attend. entertain the diners. The auction
worship the Lord with us! Ser- New Life Fellowship is lo- will begin at 7 p.m.
vice times: September 25 and 26 cated at 209 Leah Avenue Crane,
- 7:00 p.m., September 27 Morn- Missouri.
Madry Christian Union Aurora
The Madry Christian Union Church is located six miles south
“Opportunity Quilt” l to r. Janet Holland, President; Laura Col- Art Walk
Downtown Aurora Art Walk,
by, Vice-Pres; Carolyn Coonrod, Q Show Chairman; Linda Scherer,
Church will be holding a Revival of Aurora, Missouri on Highway has been scheduled for Saturday,
at 7:00 p.m. nightly September 39. Pastor Darrell McKnight October 3, 2009 from 5:30 pm to
30 thru October 3 (Wednesday invites everyone to attend. For Discovery Quilters of Shell nity Quilt, and more! Do plan to 8:00 pm.
thru Saturday), with Nilene and more information call: 417-723- Knob are busy preparing for their visit the show. It will be a very There will be 20 local artists
J. Frank McKnight. 0328. quilt show on September 26 and busy weekend in Shell Knob as participating, Plus Susan Som-
The Madry Christian Union 27. The hours are 9:00 am-5:00 Shaken’ in the Shell and the Car mers from Springfield, Jesse Mc-
pm on Saturday and 9:00 am-4:00 Show will also be on Saturday. Cormick from Joplin and Charles
pm on Sunday. Beautiful quilts Kathy Kansier of Ozark, MO and LaVetta Rhinehart.
will be hung at the Shell Knob is the judge for the show. Kathy The High School Choir will
School, Hwy 39 North of Shell will also be available to appraise perform; Tango Da Salon from
Knob. “Reflections” is the theme vintage or new quilts during the Mt. Vernon will also entertain
this year with a special exhibit show. She is an accredited AQS us. We will have children’s art on
of quilts from the 1900’s. We Appraiser. If you are interested the sidewalk and some sidewalk
It is with great sadness that will also have vendors, boutique in a quilt appraisal, contact Caro- musicians.
with many hand-made items for lyn Coonrod at 858-3401. If you have any questions
we inform you that White Oak sale, demonstrations, Opportu- please call Ernestine Lawrence
at 440-4524 or 229-0971.
Medical is closing.
We would like to extend our
heart felt thanks to all our
Hurley Baptist Church continued from page 7
patients, who have made the last The Friendship Club met at
eight years a true blessing. the home of Betty Gold, on Sep-
tember 17, 2009. Virgie Hanafin
Please contact 417-723-0057 gave the prayer before the meal
was served. After lunch, Betty
for any questions. Gold called the meeting to or-
der. Those answering roll call
White Oak Medical Staff with a Bible Verse were Jessie
Schwandt, Carol Rogers, Vir-
gie Hanafin and hostess, Betty
Gold. ly be moving on to the National
The minutes from the previ- Competition. Our youth learned
BRIGHT IDEA? ous meeting were read and ap-
For devotional, Carol read,
a lot about the Bible, Congrats to
those who participated.
Last Saturday HBC had the
“Following in His Footsteps” Men’s Prayer Breakfast fol-
and “Flowers of Friendship” lowed by the Women’s Brunch
Virgie read some hints. Betty (Philia).
opened her hostess gifts. The Oc- There were many in attendance
SHOP MARIONVILLE tober meeting to be announced
and lots of food was consumed.
Both programs teach lessons
that pertain to the bible to insure
Ozarks Methodist Manor that the women and men of our
A Tradition of Caring Since 1925 church are growing in Christ.
• 57 Independent Homes Please pick up your Angel
• 46 Assisted Living Apartments PUBLIC NOTICE Food on Saturday, September 26
• 78 Health Care Units The Environmental Assessments from 8-10a.m.
205 South College • P.O. Box C • Marionville, MO 65705 for both Cape Fair Marina and I received an email last week:
(417) 258-2573 • Fax (417) 463-2240 Hideaway Marina, which include A little girl asked her mom
Walters Chiropractic projected plans for Marina up-
grades, will be available for public
that have been saved and will be
baptized, the next step is to at-
where people came from. The
Dr. L.R. Walters review at the following locations
mom answered, God created
Dr. M. V. Walters tend Jeff Roden’s class on Sun- us. Then the little girl asked her
from September 8, 2009 to Octo-
•Chiropractic Care 9 - 12 Mon. & Sat. ber 8, 2009: Cape Fair Marina,
day morning. It will teach and dad the same question. He an-
• Acupuncture 9 - 5 Tues. - Fri. guide you in the loving ways of
Hideaway Marina, Stone County swered, we evolved from apes.
• Nutritional Counseling Ph: (417) 258-2863
Library, Reeds Spring City Hall, the Lord. So, the little girl went back to her
Medicare Accepted • Hwy 60 • Marionville and the Reeds Spring Post Office. This Sunday evening is In- mom, very confused, and asked
SEE US FOR ALL YOUR PRINTING NEEDS- Meetings will be held to address House PRAISE NIGHT. Anyone her mom why her dad would
•Business Cards • Envelopes & Stationery any questions, comments, or con- wanting to participate is wel- say we evolved from apes. The
•Copies as low as 7¢ each • Wedding Invitations cerns at the Cape Fair Community come to praise God with music mom said, that’s easy dear, I told
Stone Building. The meeting for Cape or song. you where my side of the fam-
County Fair Marina will be held at 7pm Recently, HBC hosted the 1st ily came from and your dad told
Publishing on October 8, 2009 and the meet-
Annual Bible Bee with great you where his side of the family
Company, Inc. ing for Hideaway will be held at
114 Main Street, Crane • (417) 723-5248 7pm October 9, 2009.
success. Some members of our came from!
First Ins. 9-10-2009 17-4tc youth group scored very well on Remember: God Answers
the written test and will hopeful- Knee Mail!
McCaskill Grant Announcement these large birds (wing spans of
up to six feet) to the brink of ex-
Thursday, September 24, 2009 THE CRANE CHRONICLE/STONE COUNTY REPUBLICAN Page 9
Francis Skalicky is the me- Stone County
For Stone County Sheriff’s Office tinction. That’s hard to believe
today. Giant Canada numbers
dia specialist for the Missouri
Publishing Co., Inc.
Department of Conservation’s
U.S. Senator Claire McCaskill fice’s Special Response Team have rebounded to the point that 114 Main • Crane
Southwest Region. For more in-
announced today that New- (Stone County) - $28,858 this wonderful wildlife story has formation about conservation is- (417) 723-5248
ton, Stone and Cape Girardeau The funds will be used to pur- We have all your stationery and
lost its wonder for many Ozark- sues, call 417-895-6880. printing needs at reasonable prices.
counties and the city of Cape chase portable radios with head- ers.
Girardeau have been awarded sets, night vision scopes, an in- Some people’s goose problems
a total of $77,351 in federal frared thermal imaging camera, are yards and parks filled with of
grant money to purchase police body armor carriers with ceram- goose droppings. Others have to
equipment. The money is being ic plates, a ballistic blanket, a deal with geese eating their gar-
awarded through the Department weapon suppressor, radio pouch- den plants or crops. Still other
of Justice’s Edward Byrne Me- es and structure entry tools.
morial Justice Assistance Grant Cape Girardeau County and
problems arise in the spring
when these large birds aggres-
Happy 1st Birthday
Program (JAG), which allows Cape Girardeau City (Cape Gi- sively defend their nests.
states and local governments rardeau County) - $37,933 The early Canada goose sea-
to support a broad range of ac- Cape Girardeau County will son won’t solve urban goose
tivities to prevent and control use the funding to expand ex- problems, but it’s hoped it will T
crime. isting communications systems thin numbers in outlying areas.
According to the Department with the purchase of law en- In addition to city parks and golf
of Justice, the funds will be allo- forcement equipment. The City courses, these birds are also be- y
cated to the Missouri recipients of Cape Girardeau will use the coming increasingly common t R
accordingly: funding to enhance interoper- sights (and causing the same
Newton County Sheriff’s De- ability with the purchase of mo- types of problems) in rural grain
partment (Newton County) - bile radios for eight patrol cars fields and large ponds. As stated c C
$10,560 McCaskill believes that feder- earlier, Missouri’s resident Cana- u
The funds will be used to pur- al grants and loans are a positive da goose population is the target
chase a radio base station, po- alternative to earmarks, which in of this season – Canadas from
lice-specific wireless mobile de- the past have frequently had too northern regions haven’t begun
vices known as PocketCops and little accountability. Competi- migrating into the state in large i
handheld devices so investiga- tive merit and need based federal numbers yet. The daily limit is r
tors can securely access the Na- grants and low-interest govern- three and the possession limit is September 15th
tional Crime Information Center ment loans bring federal assis- Love, t
six. Like other waterfowl, Can-
(NCIC) and check vehicle regis- tance to Missouri in an honest ada geese must be hunted with Mom h
trations and other databases. and fiscally responsible manner. non-toxic shot. Although gi-
Stone County Sheriff’s Of- ant Canadas are the sub-species
most often seen in Missouri, any
of the four Canada goose sub-
species (giant, interior, lesser,
Democratic 62nd Legislative
Richardson’s) are legal to take
during this season.
Committee To Hold Meeting
Urban residents won’t be able
to hunt geese inside the city lim-
its, but there are steps they can
The Democratic 62nd Leg- tion. take to solve their goose prob-
islative Committee will hold a All local Democrats are urged lems, too.
meeting Tuesday, October 6, at to attend. Democrats in the 62nd If you’re feeding geese, stop
7pm, at the Branson West City District, interested in becoming it. It may be a common practice
Hall. The Committee, consisting the candidate, should also plan to to throw bread or other food to
of members from both the Stone attend the meeting. For more in- geese, but when you do that,
and Taney County Democratic formation or for candidate quali- you’re setting yourself up for
Central Committees, will vote to fications, please contact Sherie trouble and they’re not helping
nominate a Democrat candidate Snider at (417) 739-2078 or e- the geese much, either. The junk
for the 62nd Legislative District mail stonecountydems@gmail. food the birds get through these
for the February 2 Special Elec- com. hand-outs doesn’t provide good
nutrition. This is evidenced by
the wing deformities commonly
found on geese in areas where
Missouri Department Of they’re fed regularly by humans.
Because they have trouble fly-
By Francis Skalicky is one of the tools the Missouri
ing, many geese with deformed
wings eventually fall prey to
dogs or other predators.
Allowing part of your lawn to
Rural landowners who want to
solve their Canada geese trou-
bles and waterfowl hunters hop-
Department of Conservation is
using to try to control a wildlife
problem that’s getting worse.
grow a little taller may also keep
geese away. This deprives the
birds of the short green grasses
ing to add goose meat to their Canada geese sightings in Mis- they thrive one. It also discour-
wild game table fare will have souri were once limited to autumn ages them from being in the area Saturday Morning Breakfast Buffet
opportunities to do so in the near viewings of migrating flocks, but
future. that’s not the case anymore. The
at all because they tend to avoid
locations where they have dif- 7 a.m. - 11 a.m.
The next segment of Missouri state now has a year-round resi- ficulty watching for predators. Bacon, sausage, scrambled eggs, biscuits and gravy,
waterfowl hunting – the early dent Canada goose population Fencing or flashy plastic tape
Canada goose season – opens that is thriving, as can be attested fried potatoes, fruit, pancakes and french toast sticks
$5.99 Beverage included
can also be geese deterrents.
this Saturday, Sept. 26. Unlike to by anybody who’s ever been Hunting, harassment or elimi-
later waterfowl seasons, this sea- to a golf course, urban lake or nating attractants (food, habitat,
son doesn’t adhere to any spe- city park. The abundance of food
cific zones; it’s statewide. This sources and man-made reservoirs
etc.) doesn’t always remedy nui-
sance goose problems. In some
season, which runs from Sept. (ponds, lakes, etc.) has caused an instances, individuals or busi- Seafood Buffet every Friday night
26 through October 7, is as much explosion in the population of
for local farm operators and land- this large waterfowl.
nesses may be able to use more AND
drastic control methods after ob-
owners as it is for veteran water- Of the four sub-species of taining the proper permits from All you can eat catfish every
fowl hunters because its target is Canadas, the one most com-
the state’s resident Canada goose monly seen in Missouri is Branta
the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service. Saturday night
For advice on nuisance goose
population. Canada geese have canadensis maxima – other- problems, call your nearest De- 5 p.m. - 8 p.m.
become a common sight in the wise known as the giant Canada partment of Conservation office
Ozarks – too common in some goose. By the early 1960s, it was or contact person. Canada geese
locations. This hunting season, thought that over-hunting and information can also be found at
which was instituted in 1995, habitat destruction had pushed www.missouriconservation.org
Page 10 THE CRANE CHRONICLE/STONE COUNTY REPUBLICAN Thursday, September 24, 2009
Stone County Markets
Thu Sept 17, 2009 Joplin Regional Stockyards
Cow and Bull Auction Close for 9/16/09
Receipts: 860 Last Week: 703 Last Year: 912
Compared to last Wednesday, slaughter cows sold 1.00-2.00 lower and slaughter
bulls sold 2.00 lower. A majority of the offering was slaughter cows. The demand
News, Views & Scoops for replacement cows was good with most producers having an abundant supply
of grass available. Plenty of moisture and cooler temperatures across the area
News and Notes for and about Stone County Agriculture. Please send information or story ideas to: The Editor, Chronicle/Republican, P.O. Box 401, Crane, Mo. 65633 have made growing conditions ideal at a time when normally fescue would only
be thinking about coming out of dormancy.
Stone, Taney and Christian County skills by attending seminars
and gardening workshops. The
Supply and demand were moderate for slaughter classes.
Master Gardeners next Master Gardener training
Percent Lean Bulk Hi Dressing Lo Dressing
70-80 46.00-50.00 49.50-53.00 39.00-46.00
class has been scheduled in Oc-
Boning 80-85 45.00-49.50 49.00-53.00 37.00-45.00
tober in Nixa and Branson West. Lean 85-90 35.00-40.50 40.00-45.00 28.00-35.50
For more information about Slaughter Bulls: Yield Grade 1-2 1145-2190 lbs 56.00-61.00; high dressing
Master Gardeners call us at 417- 62.00-65.00, indiv. 67.50; low dressing 49.00-55.00.
357-6812 or email - schnaken- Feeder/Stocker Cows: Medium and Large 1-2 1 1/2-3 yrs 710-1068 lbs most
63.00-77.50, 1080-1285 lbs 50.00-58.50; 3-7 yrs 900-1190 lbs 45.00-60.00.
Bred Cows: Medium and Large 1-2 2 yrs to short and solid mouth 2nd and 3rd
stage 900-1350 lbs most 650.00-850.00, few better quality 875.00-885.00, 1st
stage 985-1320 lbs 550.00-700.00, several large drafts black and black white
face heifers 1 ½ yrs 2nd and 3rd stage 975-1065 lbs 900.00-1100.00; broken
mouth to aged 3rd stage 1060-1300 lbs 540.00-675.00. Large 1-2 5-6 yrs 2nd and
Species Of The
3rd stage 1410-1500 lbs 810.00-875.00. Medium and Large 2 7 yrs to short and
solid mouth 2nd and 3rd stage couple 1100-1180 lbs 600.00-650.00. Medium 1-
Week For Sept. 24:
2 4 yrs to short and solid mouth 2nd and 3rd stage 1000-1050 lbs 650.00-775.00,
1st stage 1000-1050 lbs 550.00-650.00; broken mouth to aged 3rd stage couple
Cardinal flower 1000-1025 lbs 525.00-550.00.
Cow/Calf Pairs: Medium and Large 1-2 2 yrs to short and solid mouth 1095-
Species: Cardinal flower 1300 lb cows w/babies to 250 lb calves and a few rebred 850.00-1050.00; broken
Scientific name: Lobelia car- mouth to aged pkg. 1095 lb cows w/babies to 135 lb calves 750.00. Large 1-2
dinalis broken mouth 1475 lb cow w/275 lb calf 850.00. Medium 1-2 short and solid
Master Gardeners on larger garden tour of the Singufield Reserve mouth pkg. 1025 lb cows w/babies to 175 lb calves 875.00; broken mouth 985-
Gardens in Jefferson City. Nicknames: none 1050 lb cows w/babies to 170 lb calves 535.00- 560.00.
Claim to fame: The cardinal Tue September 22, 2009 Springfield Livestock Marketing Center
flower is known for its vibrant Cow and Bull Auction Close for 9/21/09
color and its late-blooming pe- Receipts: 531 Last Week: 706 Last Year: 582
Compared to last Monday, breaking and boning slaughter cows and slaughter
riod. It shows off its bright red bulls sold 2.00-3.00 lower while lean cows sold steady. Buyers report cows
blooms around streams and wet- are being gathered in the west and with larger numbers coming to market
land areas until October. It’s also there slaughter prices are coming under seasonal pressure. Overall quality of
becoming popular with people the offering was below the norm and included only a few cow/calf pairs. The
who like to plant native wild- supply and demand for slaughter classes was moderate.
flowers around their home. In Pct Lean Bulk Hi Dressing Lo Dressing
addition to the aesthetic value Breaking 70-80 44.00-47.50 47.00-50.00 39.00-44.50
it provides for outdoors enthu- Boning 80-85 42.50-47.00 46.50-50.00 35.00-43.00
siasts and gardeners, the plant’s indiv.55.00
Lean 85-90 35.00-41.50 42.00-47.00 25.00-35.00
late-blooming quality makes it a Slaughter Bulls: Yield Grade 1-2 1175-2370 lbs 54.00-59.50; high dressing
valuable food source for migrat- 59.00-63.00; low dressing 47.00-54.50.
ing hummingbirds. Feeder/Stocker Cows: Medium and Large 1-2 1 1/2-3 years 870-1005 lbs 57.50-
Species status: The cardi- 70.00; 3-7 years 825-1195 lbs 46.00-56.00.
nal flower is found throughout Bred Cows: Medium and Large 1-2 2 yrs to short and solid mouth 2nd and 3rd
stage 950-1360 lbs 650.00-860.00, 1st stage 2 yr 895 lb indiv. 575.00; short and
southwest Missouri. solid mouth to aged 2nd and 3rd stage 1180-1345 lbs 550.00-625.00.
First discovered: It was be- Large 1-2 4 yrs to short and solid mouth 3rd stage 1410-1670 lbs 735.00-885.00;
lieved cardinal flower was first broken mouth to aged 1340-1580 lbs 600.00-710.00. Medium and Large 2 4 yrs
Attending the conference from Stone, Taney and Christian Coun- documented by French explor- to short and solid mouth 2nd and 3rd stage 955-1250 lbs 535.00-600.00; broken
ties were: (from Left to Right) top row. JW Pace, RJ Jacob, Julie Ja- ers, who sent samples of the
mouth 2nd stage 1105 lb indiv. 425.00. Medium 1-2 short and solid mouth to
cob, Anne Wigg, Kathryn Kufahl, (bottom row) Joe Kleiber, Rosanne aged 1st and 2nd stage 890-1045 lbs 400.00-550.00.
plant back to France in the early Cow/Calf Pairs: Medium and Large 1-2 2 yrs to short and solid mouth 1065-
McEvoy, Marilyn Burkhardt, and Marsha Beam. (Not pictured D. 17th century. Cardinal flower 1360 lb cows w/babies to 145 lb calves 850.00-975.00. Large 1-2 pkg.6 yrs to
Beam). soon became popular as an orna- short and solid mouth 1475 lb cows w/babies to 150 lb calves 900.00. Medium
mental flower throughout much and Large 2 3 yr 845 lb cow w/180 lb calf 735.00; short and solid mouth pkg.
Submitted by D. Beam On Sunday, September 20, 1145 lb cows w/130-155 lb calves 600.00. Medium 1-2 pkg. 2 yr 700 lb cows
The weekend of September More continuing education of Europe. It was named for the w/185 lb calves 700.00.
18, 19, and 20 was filled with ac- classes for the attendees includ- royal red miters worn by the
tivities in Jefferson City. Mas- ed: Garden Art, Growing grapes cardinals of the Roman Catho-
lic Church. The first taxonomic flower has a leafy stem, usually prairie streams.
ter Gardeners of Stone, Taney and strawberries, How to grow
description of the plant was writ- unbranched that contains milky Life cycle: As stated above,
and Christian Counties attended nut trees in Missouri, secrets of
ten by the famed naturalist Carl sap. The stem’s leaves are alter- hummingbirds play a major role
the 2009 Master Gardener State successful food gardening.
Linnaeus. nate, stalkless and usually less in the propagation of cardinal
Conference. It was a time for The key note speaker was
Family matters: Cardinal than two inches in length. flowers. The plant has done its
continuing education and hook- Don Engebretson better known
flower belongs to the plant fam- Annual/biennial/perennial: part by evolving to a form that’s
ing up with old friends with a as the “Renegade Garden-
ily Campanulaceae, a group of The cardinal flower is a peren- basically built for the tiny birds.
common interest. Gardeners er” (www.renegadegardener.
species commonly referred to as nial. The plant’s bright red flowers at-
advanced training courses in- com) His informative and funny
the bellflower family. Habitat: The cardinal flower tract hummingbirds (which, as
cluded: Tricks to growing Or- approach to everyday garden-
Height: The leafy stems of the is found along muddy or grav- feeders of hummingbirds know,
chids, Gardening with a touch ing was very enjoyable. He
plant can grow up to four feet in elly borders of streams, spring are drawn to anything red). The
of moss, and Organic Garden- talked about the “10 gardening
height. branches, low and wet woodland long, tube-like shape of the flow-
ing. On Saturday, September and landscaping blunders and
Flowers: The bright crimson areas, and along the edges of ers makes it difficult for most in-
19. We all loaded up on buses how to avoid them” and on Sun-
to tour around our State Capitol. day, “Crafting cool and creative flowers are alternately arranged
The tours included four private Containers”. on individual stalks along a dense
home gardens, The Runge Con- Master Gardeners receive 30 spike at the top of the plant. Each
servation Nature Center, Lincoln hours of classroom training and flower is approximately one-and-
University Carver Farm, the in return, each new members a-half inches long with two lips;
Singuefield Reserve Gardens, pledges to contribute 30 hours the upper lip is has two small
and a walking tour of the State of community service in the first lobes and the lower lip has three
Capitol grounds and Governors year after classes. Master Gar- lobes.
Mansion. deners keep working on their Seeds/fruits: Seed capsules
form on the stalk, each capsule
2009 Spring Creek Saddle
containing a large number of tiny
istics: In addition to its tubular
September 26 – Youth and Family Trail Ride red flowers, which are its most
obvious characteristic, a cardinal
sects to access the nectar inside,
Hillbilly Youth Bowling League Thursday, September 24, 2009 THE CRANE CHRONICLE/STONE COUNTY REPUBLICAN Page 11
Applications For Aurora
but ideal for hummingbirds,
which have long beaks and even
longer tongues. The cardinal Planning And
flower develops seed pods in ear-
ly to mid-autumn. The pods dry,
crack, and eventually fall from
Applications are now being ac-
The 25th Annual Aurora Auto
the plant. It’s presumed wind and cepted for the following three (3) Fest will be held Saturday, Oc-
rainwater run-off are the primary positions on the Stone County tober 3rd under the shade trees
agents of seed dispersal. Planning and Zoning Board: at Oak Park on Business High-
McKinley Precinct – One way 60 in Aurora. With over
(1) unexpired term expiring in 25 classes of classic and street
2012. rod cars, trucks and motorcycles
Fishing The Hillbilly Youth Bowling Hillbilly Youth Bowling League
Pierce Precinct – One (1) un-
expired term expiring in 2011.
The festivities begin at 9:00 am.
League is raffling off two 85- for a raffle to benefit the Scholar- Williams Precinct – One An entry fee of $20 is required
pound watermelons. ship Fund. (1) unexpired term expiring in the day of the show for vehicles.
By: Dan Akin, Conservation The Brisco family from the Contact information is Coach 2011. There will be first through third
Agent Lampe area raises fruits and Frogg at the Hillbilly Bowl The applications for these po- place plaque awards for each
Temp: 70 vegetable throughout the grow- (417-739-4425) or Alberta sitions may be picked up in the class along with dash plaques
Clarity: Cloudy ing season each year and this O’Day (417-239-4602) or stop Planning and Zoning office at the awarded to the first 100 entries.
Level: 3 feet low year they included watermel- in at Hillbilly Bowl & Restau- old courthouse in Galena. They Along with the awards, a 50/50
White Bass: Good in early ons. What a surprise when two rant to buy a ticket. They are will be due back to the office by pot, a chili cook-off competition,
morning or late evening. Watch of their melons kept right on $1.00 each, 6 for $5.00 4:00 p.m. on Monday, October 5, food and craft vendors. Entries
for surfacing fish near Virgin growing. Both weigh in at 85- Take a chance on a watermel- 2009. All applications received for booth space is also being re-
Bluff, point 12, Loftin Hole 87 pounds. They have donated on party. Drawing is Saturday, in the Planning and Zoning of- served at this time with a $20 fee
or point 9. Cast into or troll lure these special watermelons to the September 26, 2009. fice will be submitted to the for a 10 by 20 space. Space is
though the surfacing fish. Use Stone County Commission for limited and will be reserved on a
Buddy Bass Tournament
shallow diving crank baits, top consideration. first-come-first-serve basis.
water baits, white or shad col- Please call the Planning and Live music from Speedshift
ored rooster tails. Zoning office at 417-357-8401 will be entertaining the crowds
Gigging season opened on The 30th Annual Homer Sloan pot can be entered for an addi- for information. through out the day. Sponsors
September the 15th with a dai- Buddy Bass Tournament will be tional $10 per angler. The tour- for this year’s show include
ly limit of twenty suckers per held October 3, in Shell Knob, nament will pay six places for Jimmy Michel Motors, Leitle
person. Giggers reported that Missouri on Table Rock Lake. biggest weight and four places Stone County Carquest Auto Parts, Mayse Au-
the water was cloudy and the fish Take-off begins at 7:30 a.m. at for biggest bass. First place for tomotive Group, Community
Publishing Co., Inc.
were fast. Water levels were low either Campbell Point or Kings biggest weight pays $750. For an 114 Main • Crane National Bank and First Inde-
and bug levels were high. With River Marinas. Weigh-in will be application and rules, visit www. pendent Bank. For more infor-
all this combined opening night at Campbell Point at 4:00 p.m. shellknob.com/events.htm or We have all your stationery and mation or to enter, contact the
was tough but giggers still man- The entry fee is $100 per boat contact the Shell Knob Chamber printing needs at reasonable prices. Aurora Chamber of Commerce
aged to find fish and a lot of gig- and includes dinner and prize of Commerce at 417-858-3300. at 678-4150 or e-mail an entry
gers reported that they got just eligibility. The optional Big Bass form request at auroracoc@mo-
enough to eat. net.com
Memorial Trail Ride
Explorer Sport 4x4* Riding Mower * Furniture * Woodworking Tools
With A Prayer!
Saturday, October 10, 2009
10:00 AM * Friday, September 25th, * 10:00 AM
at 265 Julep Lane, Highlandville, Mo. 65669
Directions: At Jct. Hwy 160 & O Hwy take O west 1/8 mi. then left on Glossip Ave. 1 mile to Julep
The home of Marty & Robin White
Lane then right to Sale.
Crane, Missouri 4x4 SUV & Trailer: Guns & Fishing:
2001 Ford Explorer 4 door Sport-Trac 4x4, auto, J.C. Higgins mod. 20 12ga Pump Shotgun (poly);
Bring Sack Lunch only 70,xxx mi, Extra Clean (has extra towing
drive shaft for towing behind RV);
IMC2 Bolt Action .22 Rifle;
Misc. Rods Reels & Life Jackets;
Register now to enter the third Chili Supper to follow 5 ft. X 10 ft. Tilt Bed Utility Trailer;
Mower & Tools:
Fishing Tackle (some older);
Furniture & Household:
annual Gigging Tournament
sponsored by the Galena Cham-
Contact John Deere GT235 Riding Mower 18 hp, Hydro Lane Rocker/Recliner (Blue);
Pam Payne 838-2253
Trans, 48” Cut; Nice Wood Porch Glider;
ber of Commerce and the Galena Craftsman 5.5 hp. 2 Wheel String Trimmer; Nice Wood Greeting Bench w/ Seat Storage;
Craftsman Band Saw;
City Council on Friday, Septem- Misc. Nice Occasional Tables;
ber 25, 2009. Tournament fee Larry May 818-6063 CraftsmanTable Saw;
Small Wood T.V. Table/ Entertainment Center;
3 Drawer Sofa Table;
is $30 per boat, two persons per Craftsman Belt/Disc Sander; Wood Magazine Rack;
Delta 12 in. Planer; 2&4 Drawer File Cabinets;
boat. Headquarters for the tour- Delta 16 in. Scroll Saw; Oak Dining Table w/ Upholstered Castor Chairs;
Cape Fair Marina Fall Bass
nament will be at James River Makita 10” Miter Saw; (2) Cedar Lawn Benches;
Outfitters on Y-Bridge Blvd. Grizzly 40 in. Wood Lathe & Tools;
Skil Biscuit Cutter;
Large Matted Picture in Nice Frame;
Large Frame Mirror;
Sign in will begin at 6:00 P.M. 6” Bench Grinder; Misc. Nice Wall Deco;
The tournament will begin a Bench Vise; African Bust Carving;
Bar Clamps; 8 Place Setting Haviland China (Pasadena);
7:30 P.M. for gigging anywhere Workmate Shop Table;
Come and sign up for the fall Teams must fish (2) tournaments
German Cream & Sugar;
on the James River. Weigh in 10 ft. & 12 ft. Work Benches; 3 Pcs. Lenox China Bowls & Vase;
time is at 11:00 P.M. at James Buddy Bass Fishing Tourna- (not including the fish off date) Misc. Shelving; Marigold Compote;
River Outfitters. Qualifying fish ments starting September 26, to compete in the fish-off. Big Sm Lot Lumber;
Sm. Pheasant Planter;
Misc. Pattern Glass Pcs.;
will be yellow suckers, redhorse 2009 at Cape Fair Marina lo- Bass will be $50 only paid out Lots Good Hand Tools; Vita-Mix Super 5000 Food Blender;
(limit three), and hog suckers. cated on the James River Arm of of entry fees. Side pots will be Extension Cords; Nu-Wave Infrared Cooker;
Cash prizes will be awarded for Table Rock Lake. The Cape Fair available for heaviest weight and Electric Hedge Trimmers;
Electric Ice Cream Freezer;
Propane Fish & Turkey Cooker;
first, second, and third places by Marina is under new ownership Big Bass. Nuts, Bolts & Misc, shop related items; Outers Hickory Smoker;
total weight for a maximum of with completely renovated facil- Tournament dates will be Sep- Lot Lawn & Garden Tools;
Hose Reel & Hoses;
Patio Table & 6 Chairs (Extra Nice);
Misc. Lawn Chairs;
20 fish per boat. A penalty of ities to improve the tournament tember 26, October 3, 10, 17, Coleman Infrared Heater; Rubbermaid Patio Storage Bench;
one pound per minute will be experience. 24 and the Fish-Off October 31, Old Watering Can; Gas BBQ Grill;
assessed for boats arriving late All tournaments will start at 2009. Huffy Sante-Fe Bicycle;
And Many More Items not Listed.
Duane & Shirley have sold their home & are selling
up to 10 minutes past weigh in 7:00 am and weigh in will be Rules will be handed out day Die Cast Ford Tractor; some very nice clean items. Explorer sells at 12:00 Noon.
at the marina dock at 3:00 pm. of tournaments. Owners:Duane & Shirley Jensen
time. For entry forms or further
information, contact David Rice The entry fee will be $50 per Questions Call-Cape Fair Foster Auction & Auctioneer: Larry Foster
at (417) 337-1152 or visit www. boat with $5 held out per boat Marina: 417-538-4163 or Stan Appraisal Service Galena, Mo
galenamo.com. for the fish off which will end White: 417-255-3774. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Phone: (417) 723-8329
Cell: (417) 839-6860
the season on October 31, 2009.
Community Calendar Of Events Publishing,
Page 16 THE CRANE CHRONICLE/STONE COUNTY REPUBLICAN Thursday, September 24, 2009
Galena City Council To Hold A 102nd Birthday
Special Meeting To Appoint A New Send items to: Community Calendar of Events, Stone County
Co., P.O. Box 401, Crane, Mo. 65633-0401.
Mayor September 29 Deadline is 12 Noon on Monday, the week of Publication.
The new city council for Gale- the citizens of Galena that if
na has been picking up the pieces anyone feels led to run for mayor Thursday, September 24, 2009
the past few weeks and getting you may come by city hall and •Crane Library open, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
•Barry-Lawrence Regional Library, Marionville Branch, open, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
their city government back on pick up an application or come •Galena Masonic Lodge #515, 7:30 p.m., Galena Lodge, Galena. Meeting the first
track. They wanted to inform to the meeting set for Tuesday, and third Thursdays of every month.
their residents that the monthly September 29 at 7 pm. All can- •American Legion meets the second Thursday of each month at 6:00 p.m.
meetings have now been changed didates will be questioned at that •Building Hope - A group that celebrates Recovery every Thursday at 7:30 p.m. at
Crane Christian Church. 417-693-3055 or 417-818-0352
to the first and third Tuesday of time and a decision made at the Friday, September 25, 2009
each month. Due to an illness end of the meeting. Everyone is •Crane Library, open, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
this week the meeting scheduled encouraged to attend the meet- •Barry-Lawrence Regional Library, Marionville Branch, open,9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
for Tuesday, September 15, was ings so that we can all work •Second Season Shop, open Tues-Wed-Fri-Sat, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Main Street,
Crane, phone 723-5636.
moved to September 22. together to improve the City of
Galena. On Saturday, September 26, Saturday, September 26, 2009
This notice is also to inform •Crane Library, open , 9 a.m. to 1 p.m..
Gladys Williams will be cele- •Crane Recycling Center, open, 8 a.m. to 12 noon.
brating her birthday at her home •Kimberling City Recycling Center, open, 8 a.m. to 12 noon.
from 10 to noon.
Hurley Fall Festival
•Second Season Shop, open Tues-Wed-Fri-Sat, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Main Street,
All friends and family are wel- Crane, phone 723-5636.
Sunday, September 27, 2009
come. Monday, September 28, 2009
•Crane Library, open, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Hurley Fall Festival will be on Parade will leave from the •Barry-Lawrence Regional Library, Marionville Branch, open, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Saturday October 3, 2009. Hurley School Sports Complex,
•Stone County Health Center Board of Trustees meeting, 8:45 a.m., Health Center
office, Galena. Trustees meet the second Monday of each month.
The activities will start around located on CC Hwy.
•Crane Senior Housing Assn. Board meeting, 1;30 p.m., Crane Senior Center,
9am to ? Please call 369-3420 for more Crane. The board meets the second Monday of each month.
Live Music, Great Food, Cake information Tuesday, September 29, 2009
Walk, Dunk’n Booth, Silent There will be a Cute Dog Con- Birthday •Crane Library , Open, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
•Barry-Lawrence Regional Library, Marionville Branch, Open, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Auction, Cute Dog Contest, Cute test. Entry Fee of $3.00 per dog. •Second Season Shop, open Tues-Wed-Fri-Sat, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Main Street,
Dog Costume Contest, Softball There will be a Cute Dog Cos- Crane, phone 723-5636.
Tournament, Parade and lots tume Contest. Entry Fee $3.00 •ALANON meeting 6:00 p.m. at First Baptist Church, 41 Gospel St., Cape Fair,
more. per dog. Wednesday, September 30, 2009
Booth Spaces are still available Contest will be held at 2:00 •Crane Library, open, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
- $10.00 each. Call 369-3420 to p.m. in front of the bandstand. •Barry-Lawrence Regional Library, Marionville Branch, open, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
reserve. For more information call 369- •North Stone County Food Pantry, open, 8 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. Main Street, Crane,
phone 723-5636. Open only first three Wednesdays of the month
The parade will be at 3:00 3420. •North Stone County Food Pantry, open, 8 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. Main Street, Crane,
p.m. phone 723-5636. Open only first three Wednesdays of the month.
•Second Season Shop, open Tues-Wed-Fri-Sat, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Main Street,
Crane, phone 723-5636.
•Alzheimer’s Support Group meeting, 11 a.m., Ozark Mountain Regional Health-
care, Crane. For more information call 723-5281.
The Four S’s for Young Drivers
•AA, Meeting, 8 p.m., Community Building, Cape Fair, 417/538-4146 or 417/538-
Inez Hicks will be 100 on 2233.
Seat belts: Everybody wears one.
Thursday, October 1, 2009
October 13. Her children and •Crane Library open, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Speed: Keep to the posted limits. grandchildren will be helping •Barry-Lawrence Regional Library, Marionville Branch, open, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Sight: Eyes on the road, not on distractions in the car. her celebrate on October 10 at •Galena Masonic Lodge #515, 7:30 p.m., Galena Lodge, Galena. Meeting the first
Sound: Deal with anything that makes a sound only when the Senior Center in Crane at 217 and third Thursdays of every month.
•American Legion meets the second Thursday of each month at 6:00 p.m.
off the road and stopped. No calls, text messages or changing Main Street. •Building Hope - A group that celebrates Recovery every Thursday at 7:30 p.m. at
Anyone is welcome to come
the CD’s while moving in traffic. Crane Christian Church. 417-693-3055 or 417-818-0352
by and wish her Happy Birthday Friday, October 2, 2009
from 1:30 to 3:00. She would •Crane Library, open, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
•Barry-Lawrence Regional Library, Marionville Branch, open, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
also enjoy hearing from friends •Second Season Shop, open Tues-Wed-Fri-Sat, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Main Street,
and family at: Ozark Mountain Crane, phone 723-5636.
HOMES, INC. Regional, Room 306, 509 Mead- Saturday, October 3, 2009
owlark, Crane, Mo 65633. 19- •Crane Library open, 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.
•Crane Recycling Center, open,8 a.m. to 12 noon.
Customer Appreciation 3tp •Kimberling City Recycling Center, open, 8 a.m. to 12 noon.
OPEN HOUSE •Second Season Shop, open Tues-Wed-Fri-Sat, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Main Street,
Crane, phone 723-5636.
Sunday, October 4, 2009
Saturday, September 26 & Monday, October 5, 2009
Sunday, September 27
•Crane Library, open, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
•Barry-Lawrence Regional Library, Marionville Branch, open, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
BOLIVAR LOT •Stone County Health Center Board of Trustees meeting, 8:45 a.m., Health Center
There will be a meeting on office, Galena. Trustees meet the second Monday of each month.
18 miles North of Springfield or Hwy 13 or •Crane Senior Housing Assn. Board meeting, 1;30 p.m., Crane Senior Center,
Just South of Bolivar
Thursday, September 24 at 6:00 Crane. The board meets the second Monday of each month.
p.m. at the Crane Skate Park.
Tuesday, October 6, 2009
We will be discussing what •Crane Library , open, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m..
fundraiser we are doing. •Barry-Lawrence Regional Library, Marionville Branch, open, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
• AA, 8 p.m., Community Building, Cape Fair, (417) 538-4146 or (417) 538-2233.
Visit Our Beautiful Home Displays! Also on Sunday, September 27 •ALANON meeting 6:00 p.m. at First Baptist Church, 41 Gospel St., Cape Fair,
30 Years Fixed Rate Financing Available on Land and Home.
at 3:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. will be Missouri.
Sk8 Camp for beginners. Classes •Second Season Shop, open Tues-Wed-Fri-Sat, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Main Street,
VISIT HOMES SET We can complete
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•Barry-Lawrence Regional Library, Marionville Branch, open, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
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