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CHURCH FESTIVAL IN BILLINGSVILLE
As plans are being made for the Har- Main. Happy 100th Birthday Corine!!! Dressing: together in a jar to mix, add nuts and dry
vest Festival at St. Johns UCC Following is the strawberry dessert 3 tablespoons vinegar crumbled noodles. Pour dressing on last.
Billingsvile, Mo. We can reflect back to recipes that is in the Katherine Schler File 1/2 cup oil Join us September 17 for the 32nd An-
the first Festival and bazaar, April 1980, Legend. Other recipes being served are 2 tablespoons sugar nual Harvest Festival. Pastor Christion
Al Erdman made the suggestion at the Broccoli Salad and Oriental Cole Slaw. 1 teaspoon salt is in charge of the weather!!!
April quarterly meeting to consider a fall 1/2 teaspoon pepper
festival. This would be an event that Strawberry Salad Ramen noodles flavor packets, shake
would help pay for repairs and mainte- 4 boxes strawberry jello (raspberry
nance and eventually add an educational makes salad redder)
wing. The first festival was held in Sep- 2 cups boiling water INCIDENT
tember 1980 with Ed Erdman, Nancy 3 10oz package frozen strawberries
Smart, Karen Tempfel, and Don Scott 1 large can crusher pineapple
serving on the committee. The meal con- 6 bananas mashed
sisted of juicy burgers, potato salad, 1 16 oz. carton sour cream
baked beans and pies. The pies were do- Dissolve jello in boiling water, add
• Susan K. Kohl
SHERIFF’S DEPARTMENT Summons:
nated by church members and is still the strawberries, pineapples and bananas. Stir
custom. The bazaar con- well, salad will thicken quickly. Divide • Sara A. Wicker, 57, of Columbia
• Angela D. Smith, 34, of Independence
sisted of baked goods salad in half. When
• Sara R. Gentry, 23, of Boonville
• Scott L Street, 51, Owensville • Emily R. Hawthorne, 19, of
a n d craft items. salad has thickened • Marcus L. Hockaday, 29, Columbia Boonville,
Mem- bers enough to • Larry P. Schutjer, 43, of Boonville • Morgan W. Fisher, 26, of Boonville
also do- hold sour • Kenneth W. Petree, 23, of Bunceton
nated items c r e a m , • Larry J. Hinman, 25, of Boonville
and local spread half
Ronald D. Graves, 45, of Boonville
auction- of salad in • Robert P. Chandler, 41, of Rocky • Kirk E. Brazil, 36, of Boonville
eers do- 9x13x2 Mount • Kaylee M. Reynolds, 22, of
nated their services. pan. Spread • Kenneth L. Mallott, 31, of Boonville Boonville
The second Harvest festi- sour cream on • Rodney A. Roberts, 21, of Boonville • Teril R. Jones, 26, of New Franklin
val, two families donated and pork was t o p and add other half of salad in • Gerardo Salvadore-Estrada, 32, of • Brandon M. Worlow, 37, of
purchased. With thank to Jim Farris and dish. Refrigerate until firm. Prep time 15 Kansas City, Kan Boonville
Floyd Temfel the meat was cooked. min. • Mike T. Exton, 22, of Boonville
Thirty-two years later the Harvest Festi- • Tony M. Cooley, 31, of Jefferson
• Kelsey A. Adams, 18, of Wooldridge
val is still going strong. With lots of hard Broccoli Salad- Josiah Searfoss City
suffered moderate injuries in an
work and love, it is not only a fund raiser, Chop fine 1 bunch of broccoli includ- • Litisha M. Bank, 37, of Kansas City
accident when she swerved across the
but a homecoming for many. A great ing stem and 1 medium onion. Fry 10 to centerline on MO 179, overcorrected,
event for everyone, with something to in- 12 strips of bacon and crumble. Mix to- travelled off the ride side of the road
• #468 Aug. 26 EMS on Ashley Road
terest all ages. gether 1 cup Miracle Whip, 1/2 cup sugar, and came to rest on its top.
Prior to the first Harvest Festival pic- 2 tablespoons vinegar and add to broccoli 8:28 a.m. Out 27 minutes.
nics were held at the church and in the mixture. chill and serve. I like to add • #469 Aug. 27 EMS on Brown Drive
Garthwol Woods. Later the church held raisins and sunflower seeds.
POLICE DEPARTMENT 12:16 a.m. Out 32 minutes.
the Lord's Acre Sale. • #470 Aug. 27 EMS Walnut and Main
• Brandy A. Reese, 23, of New Street 2:38 p.m Out 15 minutes.
For 30 years Berendine Wassman has Oriental Cole Slaw-Betty Buschmeyer
donated one of her beautiful hand-em- 1/2 cup slivered almonds
Franklin • #471 Aug. 27 EMS Highway B 7:16
• Lance S. Johnson, 42, of New p.m.
broidered and hand-quilted quilts to be 2 tablespoons sesame seeds, toasted
Franklin • #472 EMS on Phoenix Court 12:47
raffled off. Corine Geiger has donated until brown • Tara R. Kempf, 28, of Boonville a.m. Out 18 minutes.
hand-crocheted doilies for the past five 1/2 to 3/4 head cabbage • Richard Kempf, 40, of Pilot Grove • #473 Dumpster Fire Locust Street
years. Both quilts and doilies are dis- 4 green onions, greens included • Raymond R. Warner-Frost, 33, of 11:44 a.m. Out 12 minutes.
played in Kim Searfoss' window at 325 1 package romaine noodles Kansas City • #474 Aug. 29 9:43 a.m. CO alarm
• Ronald D. Graves, 45, of Boonville, Boonslick Drive Out 26 minutes.
PET OF THE WEEK
• Bradley R. Hargis, 23, of Boonville • #475 Aug. 20, EMS Mohawk Drive
• Andrew P. Mallick, 40, of Boonville, 10:39 p.m. Out 16 minutes
• Brandy R. King, 35, of Boonville • #476 Aug. 31 EMS Third Street 9:56
• Kaden S. Jensen, 27, of Columbia a.m. Out 21 minutes
Aren’t they cute! • Nathaniel W. Doty, 22, of Boonville • #477 Aug. 31 EMS Highway B 3:54
p.m. Out 3 minutes
Bear is a buff tabby male 7-8
• Autumn D. Kee, 27, of Boonville • #478 Sept. 1 Electrical smell Jeffer-
weeks old. He was thrown into an
•Tara R. Kempf, 28, of Boonville, son Road 12:45 a.m. Out 23 minutes
alley to fend for himself. • Andrew P. Mallick, 40, of Boonville. • #479 Sept. 1 EMS First Street 6:40
Fluff is a blue and white male • Ronald D. Graves, 45, of Boonville a.m. Out 18 minutes
• #480 MVA Sept. 1 2:12 p.m. Ashley
about 5 months old. He is a won- • Joshua A. Messer, 26, of Boonville
• Thaddeus L. Lewis, 48, of Boonville Road Out 17 minutes
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The Second Annual Katy Bridge Wine Walk will be held Saturday, Sep-
tember 10 from 5 to 8 p.m. in downtown Boonville.
Advance tickets are available at the Hotel Frederick, the cost is $15 per
person. The event will be held rain or shine.
Eight downtown Boonville businesses will host a visiting Missouri win-
ery: Cooper’s Oak Winery, Family Shoe, Gordon Jewelers, A. Baker Floral,
Zuzak Wonder Store, Imhoff’s Hometown Appliance, Hotel Frederick and
Citizens Bank & Trust.
The event will feature live music and local artists.
The Katy Bridge Wine Walk is a fundraising event for the future devel-
opment of the Katy Bridge. For questions, you can contact Paula Shannon at
The Katy Bridge.
Sample wines from Missouri wineries at eight Boonville businesses. Artwork from local artists will be on display.
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DEATHS IN OUR
PAUL LEROY ENGLAND, 69
Paul Leroy England, 69, of Marshall, MO, died Sunday,
August 28, 2011 at Boone Hospital Center in Columbia.
PATSY ROMAINE ISOM, 77
Patsy Romaine Isom, age 77, of Shelbina, MO, passed
away Thursday, August 25, 2011, at the Salt River Com-
munity Care Nursing Home in Shelbina, MO.
BILLY K. “BILL” CLARK, 82
Billy K. “Bill” Clark 82 of Boonville passed away Tues-
day evening August 30th at Riverdell
STELLA ERLENE CASSIDY, 82
Mrs. Stella Erlene Cassidy, age 82 years, of Jefferson
City, Mo., died Wednesday, August 31, 2011 at St. Joseph
LARRY D. MEYER, 67
Larry D. Meyer, 67, of Bunceton, MO, passed away at
Boone Hospital Center in Columbia on Sept. 1, 2011.
For complete obituary visit www.legacy.com
or pick up a copy of the Boonville Daily News
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restaurant's ultimate fate. tomers often make three to four coffee trips inside the
It had once been a truck stop eatery open all day, restaurant daily. Walters, who started managing the
each day — even on holidays. The restaurant serves restaurant in 1993, said when the restaurant stayed
classic American cuisine like waffles and chicken fried open all night, there were days when he worked all
steak and succeeded in attracting guests en-transit three shifts — and served some of the same customers
across country, local mid-day coffee drinkers and in each one.
teenagers seeking a meal late at night. "It could be 20, 30 minutes in between (visits) and
On Monday, management informed Bobber Cafe they are back in here," Christene Davis, a waitress
employees the restaurant would close for the final time who has worked at Bobber for eight years.
on Labor Day. The owners Albert Schlueter and Melvin King of
"We're kind of out of place, out of time. It doesn't fit St. Louis and Sullivan, respectively, purchased the
with things going in restaurants anymore," manager Windmill and converted it into the Bobber. They op-
Keith Walters said. erated it alongside five other similar businesses in the
The restaurant started as The Windmill when cars Midwest. The Bobber is their last stop standing. Wal-
Historic Bobber Cafe first traveled along a newly built Interstate 70 expan- ters said you see vacant truck stops at exits in each di-
sion cutting through mid-Missouri in the early '60s. rection on Interstate 70.
to close in Boonville While it had been the only truck stop between Co- "This was probably their favorite restaurant of all
lumbia and Kansas City, the restaurant saw its mo- of them," Walters said.
For the first time in its existence, the lights inside nopoly fade. Businesses catering to truckers, offering Paul Wunderlich, a retired conservation agent for
By Eric Berger
Bobber Cafe were dark an entire day earlier this year, food and gas opened near the highway. the state of Missouri, has eaten at the restaurant for
when harsh winter weather prevented employees from Walters said the restaurant's business ran parallel to three decades, and awaited his usual group of farmers
opening. the rest of the economy and began a more steady de- and retirees to join him Monday. He wasn't surprised
The closure proved a chance foreshadowing of the cline in December 2007 when the country entered a when I told him the restaurant planned to close — he
recession. The restaurant closed its "third shift" a few noticed a sign advertising 50 percent off inside the
years ago, locking its doors at 9 p.m., as serving the convenience store — and sees its closure as an indi-
night time jaunt became less profitable. cation of a "fundamental change in the way things op-
"Most people still think we are really busy, and we erate."
are, but we're a really large place, so it takes a lot more "These type of real coffee cup places are becoming
to run this than a little hole in the wall," Walters said. a thing of the past," Wunderlich said.
Myrl Solomon opened The Windmill, a service sta-
tion and restaurant in May 1961 in the space the con- Boonville, New
venience store and a few booths now fill. He sold it in
May 1985, and the new restaurant owners increased Franklin police chase
the size of the dining room and added a banquet area.
"If we were half the size, we would still be open," suspected scrap metal
Nancy Ward, Solomon's daughter, said he envi- thieves
sioned the business as the only truck stop between St.
Louis and Kansas City.
Boonville — Three mid-Missouri men driving a U-
By Eric Berger
"He wanted to be open for the truckers whenever
they might come through," Ward said. "I can't even re- Haul truck full of scrap metal were arrested early Sun-
BLACKWATER member when we first closed for Christmas Day, but day morning in Boonville after they fled from police,
we had to put a padlock on because we couldn't find a who suspected them of stealing from a junk yard in
New Franklin, according to a Howard County sher-
(The restaurant did not close for the entire day, serv- iff’s deputy.
Tuesday, Sept. 20 • 6 pm
ing dinner on Christmas night.) Boonville Police officers arrested Deautre D. Lee,
Customers filed into the Bobber Monday afternoon 40, of Glasgow and Sherrico J. Hayes, 30, and Dale
Mennis, 47, both of Columbia in an alley in the down-
$25 per person
and learned of restaurant's demise from their wait-
resses. town area after a New Franklin Police officer at-
Carl Morrison, a Boonville mechanic, and his wife tempted to stop them near the intersection of Highway
Barbara Morrison, a secretary at their business, eat 40 and Highway 87.
lunch each day at Bobber. They celebrated a surprise The Howard County Sheriff’s Office received a re-
birthday party for Carl at the restaurant, and Barbara port of people stealing scrap metal at Boggs Auto Sal-
said she's attended a number of showers there. vage and Sales early Sunday morning, said chief
and other things French!
Call Connie or Gerald
I asked them where they plan to eat there lunch at deputy Mike Neal.
now. Another customer suggested some catfish restau- The office coordinated with the New Franklin Po-
lice Department, who were closer to the scene. When
rants recently opened in Boonville. Barbara Morrison
Boonville police officers intercepted the men, they had
said "you can't eat catfish everyday."
Employees say the Please see News Briefs on next page
steadiest of Bobber cus-
“A Business Expo In A Festival Setting!”
September 8th, 15th, 22nd • 5:30-8:00 p.m.
Bring the Family — Enjoy the Festivities
Schedule of Events
Karaoke Contest Youth & Adult Divisions
In front of Thespian Hall
Free Train Rides • Booths • Food • Live Music
Local Food Banks are the Festival’s Charity. Bring your cans and
dollars to any store displaying light bulbs or to the Chamber booth.
PURCHASE A TICKET FOR A
CHANCE TO WIN A BOYS OR GIRLS BICYCLE
donated by John & Joy Kaiser of J & C Stripe-ing.
Drawing September 22th • 8 PM
All proceeds go to local food banks. WINE WALK
Corporate Sponsors Saturday, September 10, 2011 • 5-8 pm
Historic Downtown Boonville
KWRT 1370 AM
Greis COOPER COUNTY Seven Businesses Hosting
MEMORIAL HOSPITAL Seven Missouri Wineries
TRUCKING & CLINIC
Wine & Food Tasting • Live Music • Local Art
Davis Entertainment Infinity Massage Tickets $15. Advance tickets available at Hotel Frederick
Network Cooper’s Oak Winery
Copies Etc. Curves A fundraiser for the development of the Katy Bridge
sponsored by the Save the Katy Bridge Coalition
Gordon Jewelers Breadeaux Pizza
Festival of Lights is a Chamber of Commerce Committee Event www.savethekatybridge.org Rain or Shine
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Lucky Lady Saloon closes in
Lucky Lady Saloon, a Main Street restaurant offering steaks and a Western theme,
By Eric Berger
closed about two weeks ago.
Ilene Van Abbema, owner of Maggie’s Bar and Grill, said she invested in the
restaurant, intending for someone else to run it but when that didn’t work, she could-
n’t manage the restaurants on her own.
Van Abbema opened the restaurant one year ago and also opened Main Street
Grill in Fayette in late spring.
“Maggie’s was starting to get busy, and that’s my priority,” Van Abbema said. “I
needed to spend time over there.”
She said business had
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Boonville Kiwanis Club Cooper County Human Wednesday and Satur-
COMMUNITYCALENDAR K01449 meets Wednes-
days at noon at W.J.’s
Services Council meets
at noon on the first Mon-
day at Firm Foundation
• august • september 2011
Restaurant, 418 Sixth day of each month at 1000 6th Street,
Boonville STANDING MEETINGS that meets periodically Street. the Boonslick Senior Boonville. All meetings
Knights of Aglow International for scheduled activities. Center. start at 7 p.m.
7 Columbus will
host Save A
Lighthouse meets the 1st
Call 882-8265. Boonville Lions Club
meets Tuesdays at noon Mid-Missouri Chronic Marine recruiter Sgt.
Life Now from 2 p.m. - 6 Thursday of each month Blackwater Volunteer at the Boonslick Senior Fatigue Syndrome and David Proitt is at the
p.m. at the Knights of at Hartmann Village, 615 Fire Dept. meets on the Center. Fibromyalgia Associa- Cooper County Court-
Columbus building on Rankin Mill Lane. For fourth Monday of the tion support group house the first Tuesday of
Radio Hill in Boonville. To more information call month at 6 p.m. Boonville National Al- meets the second each month from 12:30 -
make an appointment 660-537-5848. liance on Mental Illness Wednesday of each 3 p.m. Call 573-635-4314.
go online to www.saveal- Blackwater Willing Work- Chapter meets at 7 p.m. month from 2 - 4 p.m. at
ifenow.org. Be sure to Just for Today Alanon ers 4-H Club meets at on the second Tuesday 1401 Hathman Place, Master Gardeners meet
use Sponsor Code: Family of Boonville meets the Railroad Depot in of the month at Nelson Columbia. Call 573- 814- on the first Wednesday of
BOONKOC. You may Mondays at 8 p.m., Blackwater on the 2nd Memorial United 1646. each month. Call 882-
also contact John Davis Wednesdays at noon, and Monday of the month at Methodist Church, 407 5661.
at 660-882-2632 or Fridays at 8 p.m. at 417- 7 p.m. E. Spring St. in Boonville. Cooper County Demo-
email@example.com 1/2 Main Street, cratic Club meets on the Mid-Missouri Legal Serv-
et. For medical eligibility Boonville. Call 882-7247, The Boonslick Creative Boonville Rotary Club third Saturday of each ices is available by ap-
information, please call 882-7656, or 882-7541. Writers Group meets the meets Mondays at noon month at 9 a.m. at the pointment only at the
1-800-245-7035. The Fayette meetings second Thursday of at First Christian Bobber Restaurant, Cooper County HDC Of-
for Little Dixie Alanon each month at 7 p.m. at Church, 301 4th Street. Boonville. fice, High Street,
2nd Annual Family group are Satur- the Boonslick Regional Boonville. Call 573-442-
Bridge Club meets at the Cooper Lodge No. 36 0116, 800-568-4931.
10 Katy Bridge
Wine Walk will
days at 8 p.m. at First
Christian Church. Call
Library, Boonville. Call
882-5402. New Franklin Senior
Center Thursdays at
A.F. & A.M. meets at 7
p.m. on the second and Miracle Prayer Night is
be held from 5 848-2300 or 882-8503.
- 8 p.m. in Downtown The Boonslick Ministe- 1:30 p.m. fourth Tuesdays of each held at 6:45 p.m. on the
Boonville. The Katy Alateen for all teenagers rial Alliance meets the month at 717 Main first Saturday of the
Bridge Wine Walk is a affected by someone’s second Tuesday of each A Boonville cancer sup- Street. month at River of Life
fundraising event for the drinking meets Mondays month at 12 noon in the port group meets the Church. Call 660-882-
future development of at 8 p.m. at 417 1/2 Main Parlor of the First Chris- second Tuesday of every Daughters of the Ameri- 2507.
the Katy Bridge. For Street. Call 882-7541, tian Church of Boonville, month at 6:30 p.m. at can Revolution, Hannah
questions, you can con- 882-7656. 4th and Morgan Streets. Riverside Christian Cole Chapter, Boonville, Narcotics Anonymous
tact Paula Shannon at All area ministers are Church, 1711 Klinton meets the first Saturday will meet Tuesdays and
882-3970. The Santa Fe Trail welcome. Drive. Call 882-2298. of the month at 11 a.m. Thursdays at 7 p.m. at
Alcoholics Anonymous Call 882-7942. 625 Main St. in Boonville.
The Central group meets Mondays, Boonslick Yarn Crafters CCBC will offer summer
MO Chapter and Fridays at 8 p.m. and meets on first Thursday meals at no charge for Far West Lodge No. 4 National Alliance for
11-25 of Thrivent Fi-
nancial will be
Wednesdays at noon and
8 p.m. at 417 1/2 Main
of the month from 6 - 8
p.m. at Nelson Memorial
kids and eligible dis-
abled adults over 18.
I.O.O.F. meets Mondays
at 7:30 p.m. at the Odd
Mental Illness meets on
the second Tuesday of
sponsoring a Buddy Street in Boonville. Call United Methodist Meals are served Mon- Fellows Lodge, 517 Main the month at 7 p.m. at
Pack Donation drive at 537-0945, 882-3148. Church, 407 E. Spring day - Friday until the be- St. Boonville. Nelson Memorial United
Immanuel Lutheran St. Call 882-2451. ginning of the 2011 Methodist Church, 407 E.
Church in Boonville. The Westside 12 X 12 Al- school year. For more in- Family Fun 4-H Club of Spring St., Boonville.
Boonville elementary coholics Anonymous Boonville Aerie and Aux- formation and meal lo- Boonville meets at Im-
students participate in group meets Tuesdays iliary No. 1022 will meet cations, call CCBC at manuel Lutheran Neighbors Helping
this program through and Thursdays at 8 p.m. every second and fourth 660-882-7016. Church, 1001 Immanuel Neighbors food pantry is
the Central MO Food and Sundays at 10 a.m. Wednesday at 7 p.m. at Drive on the 2nd Tues- available on the first
Bank. Items being col- at 18240 Highway 87, the Eagles Lodge. CCTP will meet on the day at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday of the month
lected include new or Boonville. Call 882-6383, 1st & 3rd Thursday of from 7:30 a.m. - 10:30
gently used backpacks 573-808-0664 or 882- Boonville Eagles Lodge the month at 7 p.m. at Gentle Movement Body a.m.; the second Thurs-
and 12 oz. plastic con- 2051. No. 1022 will sponsor a the Knights of Colum- Class will be held Thurs- day of the month from 6
tainers of peanut butter. breakfast the first Sun- bus, 1515 Radio Hill Rd., days from 6 - 7 p.m. in p.m. - 8 p.m.; third Satur-
Items may be brought to Alzheimer’s Support day of the month. Boonville. the basement at St. day of the month from
the church during week- Group meets the third John’s UCC in 1:30 p.m. - 3:30 p.m. in
day mornings as well as Thursday of every month Boonville Hospitality As- Clear Creek 4-H Club of Billingsville. Wear com- the back of the BDN, 412
on Sundays. from 1 - 2 p.m. at Cooper sociation meets the sec- Pilot Grove meets the fortable clothes and E. High Street, Boonville.
County Memorial Hospi- ond Tuesday of the 4th Monday of the bring a thick blanket or
The Fayette tal. month at the Comfort month at the Pilot Grove yoga mat and pillow. Call The New Franklin Senior
Lions Club will Inn. Community Building. Holly Hughes at 660- Center is serving meals
11 host a Fish Fry
at City Park
As The River Flows Com-
munity Outreach Food Boonslick Animal Res- Community card parties
834-4092. and open for daily activi-
ties Monday thru Friday.
from 11 a.m. - 6 p.m. Pantry at 1640 Radio Hill cue and Education are held on second and Howard County Ge-
Road, Boonville, is open meets on last Wednes- fourth Thursdays of nealogical Society is Cooper County OATS
An Educator Apprecia- weekdays from 9 a.m - day of the month at 6:30 each month at 6:30 p.m. available Fridays from 1 - transportation is avail-
tion Sunday worship noon. Call 882-9699. p.m. at Boonslick Re- in the Evangelical UCC 4 p.m. at the Howard able to anyone, regard-
service will be held at gional Library. Call 660- educational building. County Library in less of age or income.
the Evangelical United Ashby-Hodge Gallery of 888-8785. Fayette. Call 248-3348. Driver: Larry Davis, 573-
Church of Christ at American Art at Central Concerned Citizens for 280-1354, Nettie White,
10:30 a.m., to lift up and Methodist University is Boonslick Model Rail- the Black Community Kids Own Worship 660-882-3149, Vehicle
thank all those in our open August through road Club meeting is holds monthly meetings meets Wednesdays #1419. To receive the
community who give June from 1:30-4:30 p.m. first Thursday of the the second Monday of from 6:30 p.m. - 7:45 OATS bus schedule, or to
themselves to the edu- on Sunday, Tuesday, month at 301 Main, 6 each month at 7 p.m. p.m. at Truth Tabernacle arrange for a ride:
cation of others. For Wednesday and Thurs- p.m. Call 882-2326. on Bingham Rd., •2nd and 4th Thursdays
more information, con- day. Call 660-248-6304 , Cooper County Republi- Boonville. Call 882-7715. to Boonville: Pilot Grove,
tact Pastor Judy Fiocco 248-6324. Boonville Jaycees’ meet- can Club Breakfast call L. Kempf 660-834-
at 882-5501. ings are held the first meets next to last Satur- Knights of Columbus 5305; Blackwater, or call
A Touch of Claas Salon and third Tuesdays of day of the month at 8 Bingo is held Fridays at E. Price 846-4571.
The Boons- and Spa will sponsor a every month at 7 p.m. at a.m. at Shauna Lu’s the Boonville Knights of •1st and 3rd Thursdays
boro Ceme- Prayer Shawl Ministry 301 Spruce St. Restaurant, I-70 at exit Columbus Hall at 6:30 to Boonville: Bunceton,
every Wednesday at 2:30
p.m. at 807 Main St. in Boonville’s Katy Flyer,
98. p.m. and 7 p.m. call B. Kahle, 660-427-
5382; Prairie Home, call
will hold its quarterly Boonville. Call 660-882- the public transporta- Cooper County Histori- Life Changes Group of Clara Zey 660-841-5477.
business meeting at 2600. tion system, is available cal Research Center, Roe Narcotics Anonymous •Each Wednesday to
6:30 p.m. in the church Monday - Friday from St. and Hwy 135 in Pilot meets every Tuesday Columbia: call Herbert
basement. Boonville Area Teaching 7:30 a.m. - 5 p.m. Call Grove, is open by ap- and Thursday at First Farkas, Prairie Home,
Christian Homes, a 882-2366. pointment at 882-6362, Baptist Church, 625 660-841-5426.
home-schooled group 834-3434. Main Street, and every
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Prairie Home Helping The Boonville chapters Zion 4-H Club meets at Calendar items may be dar. We also do not in- business events or rum-
Hands 4-H Club Meets at of T.O.P.S. meets in the the Zion Lutheran submitted online at clude information about mage sales.
the Prairie Home School Wesley Classroom of Church in Lone Elm on boonvilledailynews.com
on the 2nd Monday at 7
the Nelson Memorial
the 2nd Sunday at 4
by clicking on the calen-
dar at the bottom left REAL ESTATE AUCTION
Preferred Hospice of Mis-
Church. Call 846-3943
The area calendar ap-
hand side of the screen. 241 ACRES
souri offers grief support
pears in Friday’s edition Please include the fol- Wednesday, Oct. 1, 2011 • 10 AM
and The Weekly, pub- lowing information for TO BE SOLD ON SITE - HIGHWAY H, HIGBEE, MO
groups in Boonville from Thoma-Tuttle Unit 52,
lished on Wednesdays. your non-profit event:
10:30 a.m. - 11:30 a.m. on American Legion Auxil- DIRECTIONS: From Higbee, Mo., take Highway B west to Highway H, then south 4
The deadlines are: Fri- date, time and place. Sub-
the last Saturday of each iary holds monthly miles m/l. Or, from east edge of Fayette, take Highway 240 to Highway 124, go north
days at 5 p.m. for The missions include a phone 1/2 mile to Highway H, then north on Highway H 8 miles m/l to Auction sign.
month at Truth Taberna- meetings on third Tues-
Weekly, and Thursdays number and contact per-
cle United Pentecostal day of the month at 1:30 If you are looking for a hunting or recreational farm, this is it. 30 acres m/l are open
at 8 a.m. for the Friday son. Menus and admis- ground with 200+ in woods. Several trails for 4-wheelers! This is absolutely deer
Church, 1232 Bingham p.m. at the Boonslick
edition. sion prices are not country. Located on blacktop with 3/4 mile of road frontage. Rural water runs along
Road, Boonville. Senior Center. property. Electricity available. Located in northern Howard Country on Highway H in
printed in the area calen-
the E 1/2 of Section 34, Township 52, Range 15.
Renaissance NA Group Unity Baptist Church of TERMS: 10% down day of auction with remainder due at closing within 30 days.
meets at 7 p.m. at the Fayette offers Veggie Seller to pay taxes and furnish Owner’s Title Insurance. Announcements day of auc-
Evangelical United Tales for all children in tion take precedence over printed material. Seller to confirm last bid.
Church of Christ Educa- grades 1 - 6 Wednesdays To view this property, call
tional Building, 416 Sev- from 7 - 8 p.m. Call 660- Auctioneer Howard M. Robertson • 660-621-2081
enth Street on Mondays 248-3263. Quinlan Agency.com
and Fridays. 1005 Main St., Boonville • 660-882-6543 • Fax 660-882-6766
Vineclad Garden Club Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Roslyn Heights, 821 Main meets the third Tuesday View pictures at www.quinlanagency.com
St., open by appoint- of the month at 6 p.m.
ment. Call 660-882- Call 838-6757. REAL ESTATE AUCTION
We Are the World 4-H 178 ACRES
Starlight Kruisers Car Club meets the 2nd Wednesday, Oct. 8, 2011 • 10 AM
Club meets the first Sun- Thursday at the TO BE SOLD ON SITE
day of the month at 6 Wooldridge Community
DIRECTIONS: From I-70 at Boonville, take Highway 5 South 7 miles to Highway F
p.m. at A&W Restaurant. Building at 7 p.m. turn left on Highway F. Go 1 3/4 miles to farm.
The farm has been used mostly for cattle. Approximately 75% open. All fenced and
Stephens Museum on Wooldridge Community cross-fenced. Two good springs and deep well for water. Could row crop several
the CMU campus is open Club meets the first Fri- acres. road frontage on 3 sides. Many buildings including 100x36 open face hay or
Tuesdays and Thursdays day of every month at 7 machine shed. Lots of steel bar fencing. Excellent steel bar corrals with cattle work-
from 1 - 3 p.m., Wednes- p.m. at Wooldridge ing facilities. All located in Section 17, Township 47, Range 17 Cooper County Mo.
days from 2 - 4 p.m. Call Community Center. TERMS: 10% down day of auction with remainder due at closing within 30 days.
248-6370. Seller reserves the right to confirm last bid. Seller to pay taxes and furnish Owner’s
Title Insurance and Warranty Deed. Announcements day of auction take precedence
over printed material.
To view this property, call
Auctioneer Howard M. Robertson • 660-621-2081
Tuesday, August 30, 2011 • Total Receipts: 1199 Head Quinlan Agency.com
STEERS Average - High HEIFERS Average - High
(2-5 Lower) 1005 Main St., Boonville • 660-882-6543 • Fax 660-882-6766
300-400 .........$139.50 - 155.00 300 - 400 .......$127.50 - 138.50
View pictures at www.quinlanagency.com
400-500 .........$137.85 - 150.00 400- 500 .......$124.40 - 132.00
500-600 .........$138.20 - 153.00 500 - 600 .......$123.50 - 126.50 REAL ESTATE AUCTION
600-700 .........$127.25- 138.50 600 - 700 .......$122.20 - 126.75
700-800 .........$125.25 - 130.00 700 - 800 .......$118.90 - 124.00
120 ACRES M/L WITH VERY NICE
800-900 .........$123.50 - 800 - 900 .......$114.60 - 118.00 HOME & BUILDINGS
RANGE $890 - 1575
SEPTEMBER 17, 2011 • 10 AM
RANGE $170 - 300
ON SITE at 399 BEECH LANE, NELSON, MO
RANGE $775- 1425
Located on Cooper and Saline County Line.
BRED COWS This 3-4 bedroon, 2 bath home is lovely inside and recently remodeled with addition.
SHELLY $37.50 - 47.50
Large kitchen & dining area, large living room, sewing and mud room. New heating & air
BETTER $62.00 - 74.50
SLAUGHTER COWS conditioner. The land is well manicured with approx. 1/3 in improved pasture, remain-
RANGE 41800 -
der in mature woods. Several thousand dollars in marketable timber. Farm is completely
fenced & cross-fenced. A narrow creek bottom nearly 1/2 mile long produces trophy
$68.50 - 82.00
deer each year. Quarter mile of 5-bar steel fence and WW Cattle Working System. Could
SLAUGHTER BULLS be a showplace for horses or registered cattle.
Terms: 10% down day of auction with remainder in certified funds at closing within
60 days. Title insurance furnished and taxes prorated. Sellers reserves the right to
confirm last bed.
FARMERS Announcements day of auction take precedence over printed material.
Directions: I-70 Exit 89 at Blackwater Jct., take north Outer Road Z west 2.5 miles,
then south across I-70, right on Beech Lane to the end, turn left to home.
Livestock Auction FOLLOW SIGNS.
Service . . . It’s what we’re about! Too view this property, call
SALE EVERY TUESDAY at 10:30 AM
Auctioneer Billy Summers • 660-784-2304
See pictures at www.summersauctioneers.com
Larry Bock, Owner • 660-882-7413 Auctioneer Howard M. Robertson • 660-621-2081
Cell 660-460-0946 • Fax 660-882-2878 See pictures at www.quinlanagency.com
Located on Old Hwy 40 in Boonville SELLERS - Jim & Carol Siverling • 660-859-2569
PROFESSIONAL SERVICE DIRECTORY
Outdoor Services Interior & Exterior Painting
Auto Service Full Service Station
J. MONNIG Gold Seal
OUTDOOR SERVICES LEATHERS Mon.Fri
• Tree Trimming & Removal Auto Service 8-5
Custom Interior & Exterior
Where Customer Service & Quality Come First
• Stump Grinding
Domestic & Foreign Repairs 15% OFF All Exterior
• Landscaping & Lawn Service Factory Trained &
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• Retaining Walls • Transmissions Certified on Chrysler, FULL SERVICE GASOLINE
• Air Conditioning Dodge & Jeep Handyman Services, Painting,
INSURED • FREE ESTIMATES WE PUMP IT FOR YOU!
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• Computer Diagnostics
• Mechanical Questions • Multi Mile Tire • U-Haul Dealer
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• Major Engine Repair 660-882-7660
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• Termite Treatments Bring out the BEST in your furniture!
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Big Nate Crossword Puzzle
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6. Seton Hall University
9. Cartoon explorer
13. Until now
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15. Prestigious prize
16. One of many rescued in
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2. Home to China 67. *The Eagles played here
from ʻ71 to ʻ02
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each job seeker with
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Back to the Farm Reunion
One of many steam engines that will be on display. Kids receive free train rides.
Boonville Daily News file photo Boonville Daily News file photo
The 48th Annual Mid Missouri River Valley Steam En- craft with visitors. Also on Saturday the World Bird Sanc-
gine Association's Back to the Farm Reunion will be held tuary will exhibit an American Bald Eagle. There will be
this weekend. The reunion, sponsored by the steam engine live entertainment at various times through the dayat the
association, is scheduled to run from Sept. 8 to 11. There summer kitchen shelter and the fiddle contest begins at 6
will be many demonstrations daily including p.m.
threshing with both steam and gas; field The event will be held at Brady Showgrounds
demonstrations with horses and tractors; located at I-70 and Hwy. 179, I-70 exit 11.
quilting; lumber sawing and rock 1Gates to the event open at 8 a.m. each day.
crushing. The Flea Market with many Admission is $8.00 for a wristband good for all
vendors will be open each day. The pop- four days. Children 12 and under are admitted
ular Tractor Cruise will return again this free. Thursday, Sept. 8 is Senior Citizen Day, those
year beginning at 8:30 a.m. on Friday. 62 and older will be admitted for $3.00. Friday, Septem-
A blacksmith will be on hand on Saturday to share his ber 9 is school and group day.
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Thursday, Sept.8 ALL MA • Quilting Demonstrations
Senior Day MODELKES & • Historic Life Skills Demonstrations
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www.mrvsea.com • Case Feature Tractor Pull, 9 am
100th • Horse Pull, 6 pm
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Pleasant surprise with Undurraga
Undurraga 2010 Cabernet Sauvignon ($7.99). many of the other wines of the same grape variety
The aroma of this wine is big, bold, and a fiesta of fail to achieve, a silky and creamy texture. There is
berry and dark fruit scents. These aromas are con- the expected grassy, slightly smoky aroma com-
stantly changing and are inviting as well as intrigu- bined with pineapple and citrus. In the flavor de-
ing. The flavor, which is very concentrated, is as partment, this wine covers the complete gamut of
interesting and dynamic as is the aroma. all of the possibilities that the grape offers; melon,
There are the flavors of cassis and deep dark pear, and fig flavors. What makes this wine a stand-
berries but also a hint of cherries, black plums and out is the creaminess and richness that it displays
cranberries. The Undurraga 2010 Cabernet Sauvi- and an underlying mineral flavor.
gnon is velvety soft and not overly tannic so it can If you have lost interest in sauvignon blanc in re-
be enjoyed right now instead of having to wait sev- cent years, try the Undurraga Sauvignon Blanc; you
eral years for it to soften. This is a wine that has all will be pleasantly surprised. With this wine the va-
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prejudice and snobbery over wines that are not seafood, except for the very spicy dishes.
French, American or expensive and try this wine; to
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Undurraga 2010 Merlot($7.99). The Undurraga
2010 Merlot exhibits so much fresh fruit that it re-
By Bennet & Sheila Bodenstein
minds us of a quality Beaujolais. The fruit aromas
and flavors are big, bold, and beautiful. Plums and Smart Shopping from page 5
or many years, in the "way back when," berries dominate the flavor with chocolate and
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402 10th St., Glasgow • 660-338-2251
While enjoying the small river-front community of
Glasgow, Missouri, stop by Beckett’s to dine in a
warm and relaxing atmosphere that feels like home.
Lunch and dinner specials are made from scratch
daily with fresh food — never frozen.
Hope to see you soon!
Our Menu Selection
Chicken Gizzards & Livers " Mozzarella Sticks " Breaded Mushrooms
Breaded Cauliflower " Breaded Dill Pickles " Chips & Salsa
Jalapeño Poppers " Sampler Platter
Grilled Chicken Salad " Crispy Chicken Salad " BLT Salad
Chef Salad "House Salad
Ask your server for the soups available.
All entrées are served with your choice of two sides and Texas Toast.
Breaded Shrimp " Smoked Pork Chop " Chicken Dinner " BBQ Pork Steak
Hamburger Steak "Tenderloin Dinner " Chicken Strip Dinner.
Chicken Gizzards & Livers
All steaks are served with your choice of two sides and Texas Toast.
Steaks are Naturewell Natural Beef.
12 oz. Ribeye " 8 oz. Ribeye " 8 oz Filet Mignon
All sandwiches are served with your choice of one side.
Hamburger " Cheeseburger " Double Cheeseburger " Bacon Cheeseburger
Double Bacon Cheeseburger " Guacamole Cheeseburger
Chicken Sandwich " Tenderloin Sandwich "Breaded Tenderloin Sandwich
SOMEWHERE OUT THERE AN OLD STEEL SIDES
Baked Potato " French Fries " Home Fries " Steak Fries " House Salad
FENCE POST HAS YOUR NUMBER. Soup " Steamed Vegetables " Cucumbers & Onions
Cottage Cheese & Fruit " Loaded Baked Potato
THAT’S WHEN YOU SHOULD HAVE OURS. Ask your server about daily Lunch & Dinner Specials and Desserts
When you need farm tire service give us a call. We are
specially trained and equipped to handle your on-farm, SOFT DRINKS - Pepsi, Diet Pepsi, Mountain Dew,
in-field tire service, repair and replacement needs. Sierra Mist, Dr. Pepper, Lemonade, Iced or Sweet Tea, Coffee
BEER - Budweiser, Bud Light, Bud Select, Busch, Busch Light,
Busch NA, Michelob Ultra, Miller Lite, Coors Light, Corona
DIEHM’S TIRE SERVICE WINE - We have a wine for every palate, ranging from sweet to dry.
1133 North 65 Highway • Marshall, Missouri Tempt your tastebuds with a delicious offering from our selection of wines.
DIEHM'S TIRE SERVICE SPECIALTY DRINKS - Strawberry or Peach Daiquiri,
1133 N 65 HWY Amaretto Sour, Margarita, Strawberry, Peach or Blue Margarita
24 Hour Farm or Roadside Service
MARSHALL, MO FRIDAY & SATURDAY SPECIALS
660-886-6856 Served with your choice of 2 sides & Texas Toast
660-631-1820 Whole Fried Catfish " Peel & Eat Shrimp
Served with French Fries or Applesauce. Children under age 12 only.
Corndog " Grilled Cheese " Kids Hamburger
Kids Cheeseburger " Kids Chicken Strips
The Party Room, a private dining room is available for groups up to 25.
510 First St. Glasgow, MO 65254 • 660.338.9978
Hours: Tuesday - Thursday, 11AM - 9PM " Friday & Saturday, 11AM - 10PM
Reservations not required, but recommended.
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