Combining and Continuing the Plattsburg Leader & Lathrop Optimist www.ClintonCountyLeader.com Clinton County’s Largest Circulation May 10, 2012 1
Happy Mother’s Day
Sunday, May 13
A Special Day
brings in 233 lbs.
by Brett Adkison hands is a great thing.”
Clinton County resi- The City of Gower
dents came through big on brought in 60 pounds,
National Drug Take-Back Cameron collected 55
Day on Saturday, April 28, pounds and in Lathrop, 48
turning over 233 pounds of pounds of out-dated med-
unused prescription med- ications were turned over
ications. to local authorities.
A total of 70 pounds “It gets them out of
was received at the Clinton people's houses,” said
County Sheriff's Depart- Lathrop Police Chief
ment, which collects for Leonard Eads, who added
rural residents and the City his department took in
of Plattsburg. drugs from as far back as
“I think it is a great 2005. “This time we
program,” said Clinton started taking a lot more
County Sheriff Porter stuff; it gets them off the
Hensen. “It keeps the drugs street.”
from getting into children's More than 552,000
hands and other who may pounds of prescription The paraprofessionals of the Clinton County R-III School District hosted their seventh annual Special Olympics
abuse them. drugs were disposed of na- Track and Field Day on Friday, May 4th. Six school districts (Braymer, Cameron, Plattsburg, Lathrop, Kearney and
“Pills are a problems tionwide in the April event, East Buchanan) attended, with more than 100 athletes participating. brett adkison/the clinton county leader
right now among our youth and just over 1.5 million
Jeaneen Cover, center, could
and whatever we can do to pounds have been col-
be found cheering-on the
keep them out of their lected since 2010.
students participating all day
on Friday. Jeaneen was hon-
ored at this year’s event for
One step closer to state... her outstanding contribu-
Clinton County will have plenty of track athletes tions and support of Special
competing for a spot in the state championships Olympics over the past six
this Saturday at their Class 2 sectional meet. years. Jeaneen is a Special
Both Lathrop teams finished second during the
district meet this past Saturday in St. Joseph and with CCR-III. Her daughter,
will send a long list of kids on to the next round. Amanda, helped coordinate
That includes Gretchen Mayes, who qualified in the event this year. Amanda
four events on the girls side, and Clay Evans, who is a recent graduate of
qualified for three events on the boys side. NWMSU and will teach Spe-
cial Education in the St.
For Plattsburg, Trevor Jones qualified in two Joseph school district next
events and Wyatt Marsh qualified for sectionals in school year.
the 100M hurdles. For full results, turn to page 8. photo courtesy of kathy haworth
Vol. 117, No. 40 Jim “Mr. Stinky Feet” Cosgrove performed after The
Obituaries . . . . . . . . .page 2 ! ! ! !
One Section • 16 pages Learning Tree Daycare graduation on Saturday, May
Community News . . . . page 3 5, in the Gower City Park. The singer/songwriter has
Plattsburg, MO 64477
performed at the White House and is best known for
(UPS 43558000) Opinions/Editorials . .page 4 his hit single (and ensuing nickname) “Mr. Stinky
courtesy of the national weather service
Feet.” He had the kids – and even some of the parents ! ! ! ! !
Deadline: Tuesday at Noon School News . . . . . . .pages 7 " " " "
– rockin' and rollin' on a beautiful day in the park.
! ! ! !
brett adkison/clinton county leader
Sports . . . . . . . . . .pages 8-9
Lawn & Garden insert inside
102 E. Maple
Legals . . . . . . . .pages 12-14
Plattsburg, Mo. 64477
2012 Graduation Section
Classifieds . . . . . . . .page 15 next week
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Page 2 - May 10, 2012 Community News The Clinton County Leader
Obituaries The mission of the
Clinton County Senior Ac-
tion Council and OATS The Senior Center
tater tots, broccoli salad, fruit
salad and bun. Tuesday, May
8: country ham, au gratin po-
Brad A. Kennedy Committee a.k.a. Plattsburg
Senior Center is to provide
Contact Roger King, Administrator - 539-2211 tatoes, green beans, juice
apple crisp and wheat bread.
Brad A. Kennedy, 50, Titusville, Fla.; four sisters, services to adults 60 and over of $3.50 is suggested for each made by Mike Rupp. Wednesday, May 9: hot
of Ormond Beach, formerly Shonda Kennedy Stebleton, in order that they can main- Home Delivered Meal. A small group took part turkey sandwich, mashed po-
of Plattsburg, Mo., and St. Rhonda Kennedy Lehnen, tain their independence. Pro- On April 25 a nice group in the Pepper Event on Thurs- tatoes, green beans, fruit gel-
Joseph, passed away, April Ormond Beach, Dana Sims vided or offered are monthly gathered for the weekly Pitch day 26 April and Roy Brewer atin salad and bread.
26, 2012. Taylor, Delkalb, Mo. and blood pressure and blood event. Coming out as the win- proved to be the top Player. Thursday, May 10: Sloppy
Brad is survived by his Robin Miller, Kansas City, sugar checks by the county ner for the day was Helen Come join us on Wed. Or Joes, potato wedges, three
two sons, Joshua Alan Mo.; several nieces and nurses, reading materials, ex- Zech, with Judy Collins in Thurs. Afternoon for some bean salad, fruit and bun. Fri-
Kennedy, Massillon, Ohio nephews, other relatives ercise equipment, piano, card second place and Roger King great card competition. day, May 11: chicken pot pie,
and Austin Ray Kennedy, and many friends. games, bingo, and puzzles. followed up in third Place. Menu for next week: apple cobbler and whole grain
Greenwood, Mo.; grandson, Graveside Service: 2 We offer Congregate Meals, Low score for the day was Monday, May 7: hamburger, bread.
Connor Kennedy, New p.m. Saturday, May 19, at which are hot nutritious meals
Philadelphia, Ohio; father Frazier Cemetery. prepared daily and served
and step-mother, Alan and Arrangements: Hixson-
Monday - Friday at 11:30 for
Leona Kennedy, Plattsburg; Klein Funeral Home,
seniors over the age of 60. All
mother and step-father, Gower, Mo.
that is requested is that a do-
Cheryle and Robert Swink,
nation of $3.50 be made for
the meal. Persons or guests
Brantley Cole Williams under the age of 60 may also
partake at the Center for a
Brantley Cole rop on Saturday, May 12,
Williams, infant son of 2012 at 2 PM. Survivors COST of $6.00. We also offer
Alexandra Williams and also include grandparents, Senior Center Home Deliv-
Andrew Fitzmaurice of Melissa Swindler, Jerry ered Meals, which are hot nu-
Lathrop, MO, became an Fitzmaurice and great- tritious meals prepared by the
angel April 29, 2012. Me- grandfather, Sam Swindler, staff and provided to senior
morial Service at The Old all of Lathrop, MO. Arr: citizens in Plattsburg, Lathrop
Country Church at the An- Hidden Valley Funeral and Gower who are home-
tique Showgrounds in Lath- Home, Kearney, MO bound by reason of illness, in-
capacitating disability or are
Christian L. Harding otherwise isolated. A donation
Christian Landon Michael Reed, Brad Hard-
Harding of Stewartsville ing, and Johnny Harding; Stony Point
passed away Sunday, April and two aunts, Tammy
29, 2012. Harding and Lori Harding. News
Survivors include his Graveside funeral serv-
mother, Lacy Harding and ices and interment were Sunday School 10:00 a.m.
father, Victor Rubina of conducted on Thursday, Church 11:00 a.m. Rev. Barry
Stewartsville, Mo.; mater- May 3, at the Bethel Ceme- Robinson, Web site:
nal grandmother, Kenna tery. Arrangements by Rupp www.stonypointchurch.info
Harding; five uncles, John Funeral Home. You are invited to join
Stagner, Walter Stagner, us each Sunday morning
for a morning filled with
music, worship, joy and
Robin J. Gilbert fellowship.
Join us on Saturday
Robin J. Gilbert, 52, parents, Rev. and Mrs. evening, May 19, at 6 p.m.
Fairfax, died at a Rock Port, Robert Ewens, Lathrop, for a movie and popcorn.
Mo., care center on May 2, Mo.; and grandchildren,
2012. Kirsten and Sean Shaw.
Robin has been cre-
A memorial service
was held on Friday, May 4, Be A Leader
Survivors: son, John
and wife, Whitney Gilbert,
at the Fairfax United
Methodist Church followed Reader
Columbia, Mo.; daughters: by a family visitaiton and
Mary Gilbert, Fairfax; and fellowship in the church
Joy Michelle Shaw and hus- basement. Inurnment will NO HUNTING
band, Barry, Kingston, Ga.; be at a later date. DIRECTORY
All hunting, fishing, swimming, and
trespassing on land owned or con-
trolled by the undersigned is hereby
forbidden, except with the permis-
sion of the owner. (Names added to
this list for $15 per year. ADVANCE
Sullivan Farms .......................3-13
; Jack & Barbara
Freeman Farms .....................3-13
Time Out Farm...................3-13
Mrs. C.R. Moody and Blackledge
R. Barmann, L.L.C. /
Mary Ann Barmann
Sylvia T. Conner .....................3-13
Stephen J. Karl, Sr.................3-13
Sandra Wiedmaier .................3-13
Edgar E. Karl .........................3-13
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Joseph & Marla
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The Clinton County Leader Community News Page 3 - May 10, 2012
Welcome Aubreigh Smith
Raife Farrell is excited to announce the arrival of his
little sister, Aubriegh Marie Anne Smith. Aubriegh was
born on Friday, April 6th; to Hannah Farrell and Ryan
(Bud) Smith of Gower. Aubriegh weighed 6 lbs., 7oz and
was 19 inches long.
Maternal grandparents are Tammy Livingston of
Gower and Tom Farrell of DeKalb. Paternal grandparents
are George Smith of Faucett and Laura Holt of Kansas City,
Mo. Maternal Great Grandparents are Shirley (Parks)
Reynolds of Gower, Tom Farrell of Gower and Charles
Parks of Edgerton.
Local residents turned
out last Thursday to
observe the Sixth Annual
National Day of Prayer
at the Clinton County
Tippit, Guerro married Courthouse in Plattsburg,
Mo. Jamie Grayson,
Kristen Tippit and Zachary Guerrero were married at Dorothy Grayson, Linda
a symbolic ceremony on April 6, 2012 in Cancun, Mexico. Cassity and Brian
A legal ceremony was held on April 21, 2012 at the First Johnson spoke during
Christian Church in Olathe, Kansas, followed by a recep- the event, and Cindy
tion in Overland Park, Kansas. Hoover and Dawn
Kristen Tippit is the daughter Donna and Lorren Peterson (above, right)
Leatherman and the late Harold Tippit, of Plattsburg. Kris- used their vocal talents
ten is a 2000 graduate of Plattsburg High School and a 2003 to treat everyone to a
graduate of Missouri Western State College. Kristen is cur- couple songs. Prayers
rently pursuing her MBA at Mid-America Nazarene Uni- were led by Pastor Robert
versity and anticipates graduating in December 2012. She Shelton of the First Baptist
Church of Plattsburg and
is currently a Sr. Compliance Surveillance Analyst at Wad-
Reverend Charles East
dell & Reed, Inc. in Shawnee Mission, Kansas. Zach Guer-
of the Second Baptist
rero is the son of Tom & Donna Guerrero of Olathe,
Church of Plattsburg.
Kansas. Zach is a 2004 graduate of Olathe North High
School and a 2008 graduate of Johnson County Community
College. Zach is currently a Respiratory Therapist at The 28th annual PHS Alumni Banquet O'Connor makes donation
University of Kansas Medical Center in Kansas City,
Kansas. The couple resides in Olathe, Kansas. The 28th annual PHS Alumni Banquet will be held Satur-
day, May 26, 2012 at the Plattsburg High School gymna-
to Clinton County 4-H
Chad O'Connor, a sales agent with Pioneer Hi-Bred, a
sium. Registration will be held from 5:00 p.m. through 6:15 DuPont business, has donated $400 to Clinton County 4-H.
2012 PHS Alumni Necrology Service p.m. The Banquet will begin at 6:30 p.m. The program will O'Connor was awarded this contribution money by Pioneer for
The following is a list of Plattsburg High School grad- include: recognition of early PHS grads; presentation of the his dedication to customer-focused activities throughout the
uates that have passed away since last year's Alumni Ban- Honor Class of 1962; and a necrology service. After the year.
program, everyone is invited to an informal “get-together” Pioneer Hi-Bred, a DuPont business headquartered in Des
quet. They will be remembered during the Necrology
hosted by the Class of 1957. The “get-together” will be held Moines, Iowa, is the world's leading developer and supplier of
service at the PHS Alumni Banquet Saturday, May 26, advanced plant genetics, providing high-quality seeds to farm-
2012. If you know of anyone we have overlooked, please in the commons area (outside the gym). Plan to have a cup
of coffee or a glass of iced-tea with a cookie or two while ers in more than 90 countries. Pioneer provides agronomic
call Helen Russell 816-930-1909 or Shirley Lawlor 816- support and services to help increase farmer productivity and
930-0056. Any deaths after May 1, 2012 will be remem- reminiscing with old friends and classmates! Reservations
profitability and strives to develop sustainable agricultural sys-
bered at the 2013 banquet. can be made by contacting Shirley Lawlor (816) 930- 0056.
tems for people everywhere. Science with Service Delivering
Walk-ins are welcome!! SuccessTM.
1932 Helen Louise Rogers English 1962 Edward Pickett Morrow
1939 Mildred Doak Hixson 1966 Margaret Elizabeth Melia DuPont (NYSE: DD) has been bringing world-class sci-
ence and engineering to the global marketplace in the form of
1939 William P Clark
. 1966 Marsha Russell Hild First Presbyterian Church of Plattsburg innovative products, materials, and services since 1802. The
1941 Francis Hales 1967 David Owens company believes that by collaborating with customers, gov-
First Presbyterian Church of Plattsburg held regular
1942 Juanita Fisher Gilmore 1967 Judith Ann O'Connor Plum- ernments, NGOs, and thought leaders we can help find solu-
worship services on Sunday, May 6, 2012. Rev. Ed Shelton
1945 Margaret E. Bailey Neff mer tions to such global challenges as providing enough healthy
delivered the sermon which was entitled “Love Makes A
1952 Jasper C. Harris, Jr. 1966 Bobby Lawrence Robeson food for people everywhere, decreasing dependence on fossil
Difference.” Music was provided by Kim Gengelbach who
1953 Bob Killgore 1968 Andrea Sue Tester Smith fuels, and protecting life and the environment. For additional
is our regular organist and pianist. We were very pleased
1955 Mary Jane Cartmill Pierson 1969 Kirk William Buckley information about DuPont and its commitment to inclusive in-
1956 Martha Hinds Rupert to have visitors present for the service. novation, please visit www.dupont.com.
1978 James Rex (Jim) Gardner
1959 Linda Lyon Arnold Following the worship service, a potluck dinner was
1980 Brad Alan Kennedy
1962 George Mallory 1981 Randy Norris held in the basement of the Church. All those present en-
joyed the fantastic food as well as the fellowship of all at-
tending. It was a great opportunity to catch up on family
and Church news and to get to know our visitors better.
Buy First Presbyterian is a small congregation and we
would love to increase our attendance. Please consider this
Top-Quality an open invitation to worship with us any Sunday! We’re
at 420 Locust in Plattsburg and the time is 9:30 a.m.
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Page 4 - May 10, 2012 Views & Viewpoints The Clinton County Leader
Mother’s Day is a wonderful tradition
You know you’re This short history lesson pitching baseballs for batting
looked at the blonde and
said, “See! That guy was re-
cancer treatment; O.W. ‘Red’
Farwell, Plattsburg; Patty &
Gordon Gengelbach, Platts-
merly of Plattsburg; Kather-
ine Alexa Foshe, 15, Platts-
burg; Bob Killgore, Trimble;
growin older when... Over is good to know, but growing practice so we could improve “No kidding,” replied burg; Jim Hasler, Trimble; Former Clinton County Col-
90% of the time you spend in up in the Tinnen household our game. Sports played a the blonde. “There was a pay Don Foland, Plattsburg; lector and WWII POW,
front of a computer is for real we knew that our mother, vital role our household and phone just around the corner. Ronda Vandyke who is now Francis Hales, Plattsburg;
work. Franc E. was the boss, and especially football. But there You could have called in- on 5-yrs probation. The former Clinton County Com-
***** boy did we need a boss. were time when sports went stead.” (Trivia answer - 70) loved ones and friends of missioner and Health De-
History tells us that the Three full-of-life boys plus over the line like the day they ***** those who passed away; Dale partment Administrator,
Mother’s day celebration our father, Skip, were a played a football game on Food for thought: “I pre- Krieger, Plattsburg; Mathew Marcia Downey, Plattsburg;
came to our country when handful. Raising us, along Christmas Day. Yes, the NFL dict future happiness for Tucker, Lathrop; Jerry Elberta Sloan, Plattsburg;
the English settled here cen- with Skip, was a chore for decided the Chiefs and Americans if they can pre- Cheeseman; former Clinton local history enthusiast Harry
turies ago. But we know that her, but she was used to Miami Dolphins would play vent the government from County Deputy and musi- Lewis; Real estate agent,
Mother’s Day has been with doing chores, on Christmas wasting the labors of the peo- cian, David Owens; nurse Dixie Wilson-May, Platts-
us since the beginning of growing up on “What’s the Shape of the Day. Franc E. ple under the pretense of tak- Judy Plummer, Liberty; for- burg; Viola Hanks, retired
time. the small fam- World?” made a jock ing care of them.” Thomas mer Plattsburg resident teacher, Plattsburg; retired
The English custom ily farm near by strap corsage Jefferson, courtesy of Mack Jasper Harris; Dorothy nurse, Anna Laura Cradic,
began when servants were Stony Point. she proudly Porter, Kearney. Cross, Lathrop; Former Plattsburg; Lucile Hoover,
given a special day off, a She knew how Steve Tinnen, Publisher wore to the ***** Leader pressman, Randy Plattsburg; Cecil Kelley, Jr.
Sunday, to go spend that day to bale hay, game that day. Talk to you next week Norris, Plattsburg; Beverly Plattsburg; Mary Bocquin,
with their mothers. As Chris- cook delicious meals for the It was a way to protest the and keep the following in Peters, Plattsburg; Harold Plattsburg; Tyler Jay Mc-
tianity grew, the day changed hired hands during harvest, foolish idea that we would your daily prayers: Realtor Grayson, Plattsburg; Basket- Dowell, 13-year old son of
to honor the church and later ride horses, move cattle all give up our Christmas Day John Saunders, Stew- ball Coach/administrator Bill Carl McDowell and Wendy
grew to honor the mothers as the while dealing with her fa- for football. artsville, who is recovering Burns, Lathrop; Phillip Mark McDowell, and grandson of
well. ther, ‘Buck’ Shewey, who There are hundreds of from a fall; Teresa Ott, who Tolle, Turney; Yvonne Chris- Rheta McDowell, Trimble;
In the U.S. the Mother- had a temper and wasn’t more examples and plenty of is battling cancer; Allen tian, Hamilton; Plattsburg’s Caleb Moore, Plattsburg;
ing Sunday grew out of favor afraid to display it. And help great stories to demonstrate Jungk, Plattsburg; Gerald small engine repair guru, Sgt. Issac Jackson, Lathrop
due to lack of time. I guess her loving mother, Irene, what a great mom she was, Snodgrass, Lathrop City Floyd May; talented attor- who lost his life while fight-
the men had the women who truly was a saint in the but that’s for future columns. councilman and business ney/admiral man, George ing for our country in
working way too much as middle of the day to day But Mother’s Day will al- owner who is recovering Pickett, Plattsburg; Platts- Afghanistan; WWII veteran,
usual. Later, Civil War social strife of making do with less ways be special when you from a car accident; former burg’s successful business- civic leader, E.W. “Peaches”
activist, Julia Ward Howe during the real depression have a special mom and Plattsburg resident, Mike man Fred Trayler; Staunch Dixon, Plattsburg; Charlie
(who wrote the words to the era. Franc E. was just that, a spe- King, who is undergoing Democrat, Dee Hale, Trim- Killgore, Plattsburg; Bill Tal-
Battle hymn of the Repub- She had to overcome a cial person. cancer treatment; Chuck Bal- ble; Bonnie King Beson, ley, Plattsburg; Mary V.
lic), began a crusade against lot being raised in a home She died on Mother’s lard, Plattsburg; Blaine Petti- Plattsburg; Betty Anne Jones, Plattsburg; Charles
war. She urged women to without central air, no indoor Day in 1993 the result of a piece who is fighting in Downing, Plattsburg; 1969 Rawlings, Plattsburg; Del-
stand up against the ravages. plumbing with heat coming brain Aneurysm. And our Afganistan; Plattsburg PHS grad Kirt Buckley, Lib- bert Wright, Lathrop; Betty
In 1870, she issued a procla- from a warm morning stove family has never been the Methodist Church Pastor Bill erty; Kelly Porter, Plattsburg; Walters, Plattsburg.
mation that would be consid- in the dining area. The small same since. You know there Radford as he undergoes Marcia (Russell) Hild, for-
ered the Mother’s Day farm home was built in 1851, are some things just can’t be
Proclamation with the idea
of Mother’s Day for peace.
Another activist mother
so you can image the con- replaced, like your mother.
struction was not quite up to *****
standard even in those early The oldest mother in
A Tale of Two Civvies*
“I said that I’d go after to make the strike, were given
by Bill Arthur, columnist
mamoto because our people
Ann Marie Reeves Jarvis, a days. I guess it was that history is Rajo Devi of India bin Laden if we had a clear the assignment to find and had to enter an unreliable al-
young Appalachian home- tough upbringing that helped how old was she? A. 55 B. shot at him, and I did.” bring down the Mitsubishi lied foreign country capable
maker who, starting in 1858, her through the day-to-day 65 C. 70 D. 75 (Trivia an- Barrack Obama bomber that would be carry- of rejecting and possibly
had attempted to improve challenge she faced raising swer can be found nearby in In an interview with ing Yamamoto. killing our troops. It took a re-
sanitation through what she us. She taught us the need to this column) Steve Kroft of “60 Minutes,” Yamamoto, the man who solved President to make the
called “Mothers Friendship have faith in God and made ***** President Obama suggested launched the surprise attack decision to go, and President
Day,” also influenced her. It sure we attended Sunday A smile to brighten you that he should be rated as one on Pearl Harbor in 1941, and Obama should be given credit
was Jarvis’s daughter, Anna, school and church on a regu- day... of the top four Presidents in who then designed the disas- for deciding to avenge the
who later helped establish lar basis. We knew if we mis- A blonde and her this nation’s history. Our trous surprise attack on Mid- 2,977 victims of bin Laden.
the special day to honor the behaved, she would be the brunette friend were talking, present chief executive rated way Island in 1942, was, However, Obama did
memory of her mother. As a disciplinarian with a belt when the blonde said, “I hate his own performance to be without a doubt, the most not walk away and let our
result of her efforts, the first across our backsides to re- all the blonde jokes people commensurate with those of competent military leader in troops bask in their job-well-
Mother’s Day was observed mind us of that improper be- tell.” Lyndon Johnson, Franklin Japan. His attack on the fleet done. He has turned the oper-
on May 10, 1908, by a havior would not be “Oh, they are only jokes. Roosevelt, and Abraham Lin- in Hawaii resulted in over ation into a campaign
church service honoring the tolerated. There are a lot of stupid peo- coln. I believe a more accu- 2,500 deaths on United States carnival that he hopes will
late Mrs. Reese Jarvis, in the But when we needed a ple out there. Here, I’ll prove rate comparison could be soil. His death was a great give him foreign relations
Andrews Methodist Church hug and a kiss she was just as it to you.” found with Ring Lardner’s blow to the morale of the credibility. His speeches are
in Grafton, West Virginia. eager to show us that we had They went outside and “Alibi Ike.” Japanese people. full of “I did this, and I did
Anna’s dream came true her love and support when hailed a taxi driver. If you are not familiar When President Roo- that, and it was all up to me.”
when on May 9, 1914, the the going got rough. “Please take me to 29 with this hero of baseball fic- sevelt was informed of the Although we Americans are
Presidential proclamation There is nothing better Nickel Street to see if I’m tion, I would suggest you take death of Yamamoto, his one not too sharp, most of us have
declared the 2nd Sunday of than a Mother’s love. home,” said the brunette. the time to watch the classic and only response to the news figured out that even Jimmy
May to be observed as When we failed to do The taxi drove them to movie of the same name star- was “Gosh.” There were no Carter would have launched
Mother’s Day to honor the our best she knew how to be Nickel Street, and when they ring Joe E. Brown. In the anniversary tributes, and this attack.
mothers. supportive and even took to finally got out, the brunette film, Alibi never runs short of Roosevelt never claimed the The current President is
Three phases needed for Birch Street Avenue is an excuse for his failure to
achieve his ballyhooed swag-
successful attack as a feather
in his campaign cap in 1944.
even running ads in which
Bill Clinton, the only Presi-
The City will begin the sidewalks which will close Once Birch ger - sound familiar? If I would like our readers dent that would have con-
Birch Avenue Project the later the street to all traffic and completed the adjoining only…, to contrast Roosevelt’s re- ceivably passed up another
part of May, after school has limit foot traffic. Most resi- streets and drives will be con- shot at Osama, heaps praise
let out. We have scheduled a dents on Birch Avenue have nected. These connections There was a President in sponse with that of our
Public Hearing on Tuesday, access by side streets or alleys will be concrete. 1943, who had precise infor- “Campaigner-in-Chief,” upon Obama as the only man
May 15th at 7:00pm at City in the rear. If that is not the The concrete will be al- mation that the original per- President Obama. with the shoulders to bear this
Hall. At this hearing we will case, please contact City Hall lowed to cure for several days petrator of a surprise attack The surprise attack on load. (I am not trying to make
discuss the Project in more so arrangements can be made at which time it will opened on the United States, Admiral the United States on Septem- this column rhyme – it’s not
detail and give everyone a to make your property acces- to traffic. Isoroku Yamamoto, was ber 11, 2001, was even more my fault if it does.)
chance to ask questions. sible. We will be mailing all about to fly from Rabaul to heinous than that of Pearl We thus have a tale of
Emery Sapp and Sons The second phase will be the effected residents on Ballale Airfield in the Harbor because it was two civilian Presidents that
was awarded the contract and the installation of new utilities Birch Avenue a letter inviting Solomon Islands. Franklin D. launched in large part against demonstrates a stark contrast
will send us a proposed work which would be located under them to our Public Hearing on Roosevelt told Secretary of civilians. The man responsi- between the ways they han-
schedule for this meeting. the new street. The City of May 15th and also enclose a the Navy, Frank Knox, “Get ble for the attack, Osama bin dled success, especially when
Work will begin soon after Plattsburg’s Public Works proposed work schedule for Yamamoto.” Knox relayed Laden, was hunted relent- they both knew that ordinary
school is out and will con- Department will do this work. their convenience. As al- the order to Admiral Nimitz, lessly for ten years before soldiers were the ones placing
tinue through the summer Phase three will be the ways, if you have any ques- who conferred with Admiral President Obama ordered Ad- their lives on the line. Roo-
with the completion sched- application of the new sub- tions stop by or call City Hall. Bull Halsey, and a plan “Op- miral McRaven and Navy sevelt demonstrated the true
uled prior to the start of the grade followed by the actual Have a Great Week eration Vengeance” was con- Seal Team 6 to kill him in meaning of being Presiden-
next school year. street installation. The new Dave Schauer ceived. “Operation Neptune Spear.” tial, while Obama had to ex-
The initial phase will be street and curbs will be con- Mayor, Plattsburg Eighteen P-38 fighter The attack was even aggerate his own contribution
the removal of the existing crete which will be placed by plane pilots, the only fighters more dangerous than the one in order to steal center-stage.
street surface and the east slip form. in the Pacific with the range designed to take out Ya- * Civilians
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The Clinton County Leader Community News Page 5 - May 10, 2012
Judge Brent Elliott recused
himself from the Donald Lee
Mick case in Clinton County
Circuit on Monday, May 7. The
case was forwarded to the
Supreme Court for reassign-
ment. Mick is scheduled to ap-
pear in court again on May 11.
Mick, of Plattsburg, is Stay in the know with The
charged with Involuntary
Manslaughter (Vehicular - In-
Leader’s weekly webcast,
toxicated) – a Class C felony;
Careless and imprudent driving Follow the Leader,
resulting in an accident – Class
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while intoxicated – Class B
Mike and Toni Shrewsbury (center and right) receive the Monsanto grant during the
misdemeanor resulting from the commentary and special guests.
annual Lathrop FFA Banquet at Lathrop High School.
October 2011 accident that lead www.ClintonCountyLeader.com
to the death of Jerry R.
Lathrop family receives $2,500 grant Cheesman, also of Plattsburg.
Funds given to the Lathrop FFA chapter
LATHROP, Mo. (May 7,
2012) – With an estimated
County. They recognized the
need to support youth in
· Farmers in 1,245 eligi-
ble counties have the chance Mary just had a hysterectomy.
nine billion mouths to feed agriculture and directed the to win $2,500 for their fa-
by 2050, the future of farm-
ing depends on America’s
donation to Lathrop FFA.
The organization will use the
vorite community nonprofit
organizations. Next week,
youth. Organizations such as
the Lathrop FFA chapter
help turn young farmers into
$2,500 to support students in
attending conferences and
· The Monsanto Fund
has invested more than $3.1
million to rural communities
we’re going on vacation.
community and industry “The Lathrop FFA chapter this year alone.
leaders who will be able to plans to use the $2,500 to · More than $177,500 in
meet the challenges of our help send FFA members to total will be donated to non-
growing population. Lathrop various leadership confer- profits in Missouri.
Da Vinci surgery. Recover faster.
FFA will now be able to pro- ences and conventions such · A list of all winners We’re proud to say our surgeons are
vide more opportunities to as state FFA camp, state and and more information can be
the students thanks to local National FFA conventions found at www.growcommu-
some of the region’s most experienced
farmers and America’s and the Washington Leader- nities.com. in robotics. That means the right choice
Farmers Grow Communi- ship Conference,” said Greg Grow Communities for your robotic surgery is right here.
tiesSM. Hale, Lathrop FFA adviser. is part of a broad commit-
Grow Communities, In a ceremony held on May ment by the Monsanto Fund Visit libertyhospital.org to view a list of
sponsored by the Monsanto 4 in the Lathrop High School to invest in farm communi- our robotic specialists and the proce-
Fund, gives farmers the op- gym, Mike and Toni got the ties such as Clinton County. dures available. And ask your doctor
portunity to win $2,500 for chance to present Lathrop It aims to highlight the im-
whether robotic surgery is right for you.
their favorite local nonprofit FFA with the $2,500 dona- portant contributions farm-
organizations. Mike and tion. ers such as Mike and Toni
Toni Shrewsbury were the Through America’s Farmers make every day to our soci-
winning farmers in Clinton Grow Communities: ety.
After a summer-like day on Saturday, May 5 where temperatures were in the upper 80s, Clin-
ton County residents experienced rain, flash flooding and hail on Sunday.
According the the National Weather Service, a warm/humid air moved mass across the Cen-
tral Plains on Sunday to set up several rounds of thunderstorm activity for Kansas and Missouri.
Flooding occurred in several local areas including Plattsburg's Perkins Park which was
closed Monday until the water receded. Reports of hail in Clinton County varied from pea size to
baseball sized hail in Stewartsville. Most of the county received 1.5 to 2" of rain. The Right Care. Right Here.
Remember to make sure your weather radios have batteries and are set for the right area. If
you need help programming your weather radio you may contact Trevor Black at 816-592-0509.
Page 6 - May 10, 2012 Community News The Clinton County Leader
Graduation Ceremonies Flea Market
for area schools
Mother’s Day will be extra special for East Buchanan School District will have
some area moms this Sunday as students graduation a week later on Sunday, May 20th
from Lathrop High School and Plattsburg at 2 p.m.
High School graduate. Osborn school district as well as Stew-
Lathrop High School will open their artsville both graduate their seniors on Sun-
doors at Noon and the ceremony will begin day, May 13.
at 2 p.m.
The Clinton County R-III School Dis- Check back next week for graduation
trict will host graduation at 3 p.m. Those coverage and our annual graduation section
with tickets will be let in at 2:15 p.m. and the featuring speeches, scholarship lists and
doors will open for the public at 2:30 p.m. more!
‘Watch for Motorcycles’ Cynthia Jones of Plattsburg enjoys the shade of her umbrella as shoppers
As the weather contin- injuries. Riders are encour- tracted. nnnnnnthe flea market on Main Street in Plattsburg last Saturday. The City of
ues to warm up more motor- aged to wear proper protec- Tips for motorcyclists: Plattsburg hosts the free market and plans to have them the first Saturday of each
cycles will be taking the tive gear including a DOT · Avoid riding in poor month through August. Set up begins at 7 a.m. For more information you may con-
tact City Hall at 816-539-2148. becky black/clinton county leader
roadways in Missouri. Mo- compliant helmet. Motorcy- weather conditions.
torists are encouraged to cle experts recommend mo- · Wear reflective and
“Watch for Motorcycles” torcyclists also complete brightly colored protective
this May in observation of some type of rider training gear and a DOT-compliant
the national Motorcycle before getting out on the helmet.
Safety Awareness Month. road. There are 26 training · Use turn signals for every
All motorists are reminded locations in Missouri. To turn or lane change, even if
to be alert to help keep mo- find one near you please you don’t think anyone will
torcyclists safe, while motor- visit www.mmsp.org. see it.
cyclists are reminded to Driver tips to help · Combine hand signals and
make themselves visible to keep motorcyclists safe: turn signals to draw more at-
other motorists. · Always allow a motorcy- tention to yourself.
Motorcycles are much clist the full lane width— · Use reflective tape and
smaller and more agile than never try to share a lane. stickers to increase being
cars or trucks, so for other · Always make a visual seen.
drivers on the road they can check for motorcycles in · Position yourself in the
be more difficult to spot, es- mirrors and blind spots be- lane where you will be most
pecially from the side. Rais- fore changing lanes or turn- visible to other drivers.
ing awareness among ing. · Ride with your headlights
Missouri drivers and riders · Always signal your inten- on, even during daylight
alike reduces the risk of se- tions well in advance before hours.
rious injury and fatalities on turning or changing lanes. · Never ride while under the
our roadways. · Make sure the motorcycle influence of alcohol or
All motorists are re- is going to turn when they drugs.
minded to “Watch for Mo- have their turn signal on be- For more information
torcycles” during summer fore you proceed. on the Watch for Motorcy-
travel. In 2011, there were · Allow more following dis- cles campaign, visit Competitors from the Plattsburg Karate for Kids went to the Kansas City Throw-
671 crashes involving a mo- tance, four to five seconds, www.saveMOlives.com. down Round 2, Taekwondo Championships on April 21 and all came back bearing
torcycle, resulting in 82 fa- when behind a motorcycle. trophies and smiles. submitted photo
talities and 644 serious · Never drive while dis-
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The Clinton County Leader School News Page 7 - May 10, 2012
PHS grad honored Dollar General construction
Noe earns Chancellor’s
Award for Excelence at MU
University of Mis- was Michael Budds, a
souri senior Max Noe professor of music his-
won the Chancellor’s tory and literature.
Award for Excellence at Noe serves as an un-
the MU Undergraduate dergraduate research am-
Research Spring Forum. bassador. In addition, he
Over 250 students pre- is vice president of the
sented their research at Phi Kappa Phi Honors
the forum and the Chan- Society and volunteers at
cellor’s Award for Excel- the Truman Veteran’s
lence is given in four Hospital.
categories, with Noe The MU Undergrad-
claiming the award in the uate Research Forum
arts and humanities cate- showcases research and
gory. scholarly and creative
Noe is majoring in achievements to the Miz-
biological sciences with a zou community. Under-
minor in psychology. His graduates from any major
research is titled Signifi- and all academic levels
cant jazz liner notes re- are eligible to present
leased between 1948 and their work.
1982. His faculty mentor
Do you have school news you want
to submit to The Leader? Work continues on the future Dollar General Store in Plattsburg. Crews have taken advantage of the beautiful
Call us (816) 539-2111 weather and things are on schedule for the store to open this summer.
Ritzman graduates from UNL
Austin Marlin Ritzman College of Business Admin- emony. Gen. C. Robert
of Plattsburg was among istration. He was also listed "Bob" Kehler, commander
more than 2,800 students on the Deans' List/Honor of the U.S. Strategic Com-
who received degrees from Roll for the fall 2011 semes- mand at Offutt Air Force
the University of Nebraska- ter. Base, addressed the May 5
Lincoln at commencement The graduates are from baccalaureate ceremony. Jef-
exercises May 4 and 5. It
was the largest graduating
44 states and 38 countries.
Kwame Dawes, profes-
frey Toobin, a staff writer for
the New Yorker and senior
We Have the
class in UNL history. sor of English and Glenna analyst for CNN, will gave
Ritzman received a Luschei Editor of the Prairie the address at the May 5
bachelor of science in busi- Schooner at UNL, addressed College of Law ceremony.
ness administration from the the May 4 postgraduate cer-
Harmless, yet funny, senior prank
Up to 3 Months! for 3 months
Call Tammy Damgar and Larry Damgar
Now & Ask How You
Can SAVE when you switch to DISH
Folks in Lathrop were a buzz Tuesday with the LHS senior class’s send-off prank:
hay bales blocking both the north and south entrances to the high school that morn-
ing. The road blocks were easily pushed to the side so vehicles could get into the fa-
cility, but it was certainly a gag to be remembered. www.ClintonCountyLeader.com
Page 8 - May 10, 2012 Sports The Clinton County Leader
Lathrop, Plattsburg tracksters advance to sectional meet
Mules, Lady Mules both take second at districts; Plattsburg qualifies three for sectional
By Brett Adkison als this coming Saturday, Senior Sam Williams (Breckenridge, Butler Dar- "State track is such a Junior Clay Evans
The first step toward the while Gretchen Mayes qual- won the Lady Mules other cie Sellers, Mayes) - third; great experience for these placed third in each the
2012 Missouri High School ified for three individual individual district title Satur- and the 4x800M relay athletes, you want as many 1600M and 800M run, Bran-
Track and Field State Cham- events and Brett Butler qual- day, winning in the pole (Breckenridge, Amelia as possible to go down. It don Stimeslky qualified in
pionships is over, as both the ified in two individual vault. Karly Breckenridge Gustin, Rebecca Jennings, will be tough to get everyone the 110M hurdles and the
Lathrop and Plattsburg track events. took second in the 400M Isabel Maddick) - fourth. down, but I like the way 300M hurdles, placing third
teams competed in the Class Mayes won the district dash and was a member of "The girls were excited things are shaping up. We and fourth respectively, and
2, District 8 meet this past title in the long jump and two of the qualifying relay to bring home the second- will have to run our best Michael Kelley continued
Saturday in St. Joseph. took second in both the teams. place trophy," said Lathrop times of the year, but the his hot streak in the jumps,
Both Lathrop teams 100M and 200M dashes. She Those include: 4x100M coach Steve Vonderfecht. girls are starting to run real taking third in long jump and
fought their way through the is also a member of the relay ( Emily Brunner, Arika "We qualified 12 girls for well and I know they are up second in the triple jump.
standings, each placing sec- 4x400M relay team. Mean- Ziegler, Amanda Gannon, sectionals, so now our focus to the challenge." Lathrop had three boys
ond behind Trenton. while, Butler took fourth in Jordan Hale) - third place; is to do our best at that meet On the boys side, Lath- place in the pole vault. Sen-
The Lady Mules's relay both the triple jump and long 4x200M relay (Brunner, and hopefully we can get a rop was led by a trio of ath- ior Collin Haahr took second
teams all placed fourth or jump, and also is a member Gannon, Hale, Erica Whit- bunch down to the state letes who each advanced in and fellow senior Carl Brun-
higher to advance to section- of the 4x400M relay team. low) - fourth; 4x400M relay meet. two events. Continued on page 9
Former Lathrop trackster Shaylee Carlock put together
a tremendous season at the college level. The York Col-
lege thrower won the NCCAA Indoor Nationals shot put
title in March, won the NCCAA Outdoor Nationals in the
same event this month and set a new record with a
throw of 46' 9". She will compete in the NAIA National
Outdoor Track Competition later this month in Indiana.
One of Lathrop Middle School’s track relay teams just completed their middle school
careers with several records. The team of (above) Issac Groves, James Knifong,
Jason Shrewsbury and Cody Hart own the Lathrop Middle School records in both
the 4x400M relay (3:49.8) and the 4x100M relay (49.59).
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The Clinton County Leader Sports News Page 9 - May 10, 2012
Baseball teams headed for districts PHS golfers compete at Sectionals
Tigers, Mules face tough opening-round foes
By Brett Adkison home and beat them 3-2 last much larger Midland Empire
The 2012 baseball sea- week in Gower. Conference.
son will come down to one "We are really evenly The Plattsburg Tigers
thing this Saturday at Mis- matched and the team that might just enter this tourna-
souri Western State Univer- puts the ball in play and ment with a chip on their
sity: advance or go home. fields it the best has won the shoulder.
And if Lathrop and games we've played. I antic- The young team notice-
Plattsburg want to keep their ipate another great match up ably progressed throughout
years going, they'll have to on Saturday." the season and defeated
take different-but-equally- Just like any other high Lathrop twice, but is seated
tough paths. school sport, beating the just sixth for this stacked
The Lathrop Mules same team three times in one district tournament. They'll
drew the four-seed in the season is always a tall order, face fellow KCI Conference
tournament and will face but Rardon is comfortable member Mid-Buchanan in
East Buchanan in the open- with where his team sits at the opening round at 3:30
ing round of the Class 2, the moment. p.m. Saturday.
District 16 tournament at 11 "I'm positive going into "I'm positive going into
a.m. this Saturday on the districts this Saturday," he districts this Saturday," said
campus of Missouri Western said. "We have continued to Plattsburg coach Jason
State University. be up and down at times Boldt. "We have continued
The two KCI Confer- with our fielding and our hit- to be up and down at times
ence members have seen ting. We have pitched fairly with our fielding and our hit- Plattsburg golfers Billy Graves (left) and Rikki Ramirez (right) took part in the Missouri
plenty of each other this sea- consistently all season." ting. We have pitched fairly Class 2 golf sectionals in St. Joseph, Mo. Ramirez shot 15 over par, tying for 21st place
son, and the winning team in Whoever advances out consistently all season." and finishing just short of state qualififcation. Graves finished 36th in the highly-com-
each scuff narrowly made it of that contest will have a Waiting on the other petitive field. The two qualified for sectionals after facing some of the toughest oppo-
nents in Northwest Missouri at the Class 2, District 8 tournament in Cameron, Mo.
out with a victory. difficult task ahead of them. side could be the district's
There, Ramirez advanced by shooting 16 over par and Graves shot 18 over par.
"Our record is 2-1 ver- Top-seeded LeBlond awaits two seed, West Platte, pro-
sus East Buchanan, with in the second the round, and vided they get past last-
each game decided by a sin- though their just-over-five- seeded North Platte in the
gle run," said Lathrop coach hundred record doesn't seem first round. West Platte has
Chauncey Rardon. "We lost
to them 6-5 in the Plattsburg
intimidating, you have to re-
member most of those
found a way to win this tour-
nament in each of the past
Be sure to Congratulations,
tournament, beat them 9-8 at games were played in the two seasons. support our graduates.
local Mark K Matthews, AAMS®
Track, Continued from page 8 athletes,
3300 Dale Avenue Suite 106
St Joseph, MO 64506
ner took third, while Dakota formances this past week- hard this week and let the they are
Saur placed fourth. Brunner end in districts. chips fall where they may
was also a member of the Junior Trevor Jones on Saturday." tomorrow’s Member SIPC
4x400M relay team (Brun- qualified in two events, The Class 2, Section 4
ner, Evans, Kelley, Chris placing fourth in the 1600M meet is slated to begin at 11 leaders
Koehn) that advanced to run and second in the a.m. this Saturday, May 12,
sectionals with a fourth- 3200M run. Wyatt Marsh in St. Joseph.
place showing. advanced in the 110M hur-
"I was pleased Satur- dles, taking fourth, and
day," said Lathrop coach Ashton Lile qualified on the &' )!
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have our best day but got the 400M dash. &' )!
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trict is so tough that I think Plattsburg head coach Dale
everyone of the sectional Sharp. "They practiced hard
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Page 10 - May 10, 2012 Community News The Clinton County Leader
Remember When Brunner to visit
Plattsburg Lathrop Garden Club
Stories from Clinton Republican candi-
County newspapers date for U.S. Senator
from Missouri, John
Brunner, will be at
Road to connect Lathrop to Plattsburg Kennedy’s Family
Front page, The Plattsburg Leader, Friday, September 20, 1929 Restaurant in Plattsburg
on Thursday, May 10 at
Work will start in a will be oiled, the citizens of
Noon. Voters are wel-
few days connecting Lath- Lathrop and others inter-
come to attend and visit
rop with Plattsburg. Under ested contributed $1,300
the agreement with the state and the state commission
highways commission, in the balance. Work on grad-
which the people of the ing the road, preparatory to Bethany
Plattsburg Special Road oiling is now being done
District voted two hundred and thte two coats of oil church to honor
thousand dollars in bonds will probably be applied graduates
to be advanced to the state next week.
commission, the road from When the proposed Bethany Christian
Plattsburg west to the hard road work is completed Church will be honoring
surface Kansas City-St. there will be a splendid all- their graduates in the
Joseph road was paved with weather road between Lath- church during the month
an eighteen foot concrete rop and Plattsburg. From of May. Congratulations
slab, and the road from Lathrop to the Anderson to the following gradu-
Plattsburg north towards corner will be oil, from the ates: Kaysie Curran from
Perrin is being paved with Anderson corner to the Rat- Northwest Missouri State
eighteen foot concrete to cliff corner will be oiled University, Garrett Cline
from Lafayette High 18 members and one Church windows and a tour provided refreshments.
the north side of the Platts- gravel and from the Ratcliff guest, Helen Schaeffer, an- of a private garden. Mem- The April Yard of the
burg road district, and work corner to Plattsburg will be School, Aaryn Hessen-
flow and Devon Hensley swered roll call at the April bers also built blue bird and Month was awarded to Mark
is also being done to gravel an eighteen foot concrete. 27,2012 Lathrop Garden wren gourd houses and cre- and Alice Botos of Lathrop,
the road from Plattsburg to- From Plattsburg west is from East Buchanan Mid-
dle School, and Trey Club meeting held at the ated a table wreath in sepa- Mo.
wards Lathrop, eighteen eighteen foot concrete, con- Vets Hall, Lathrop, Mo. rate workshops. Music After the meeting was
feet wide. This gravel road necting with the rest of the Johnson and Rebekah
President Irma Schmitz enjoyed was by Judith Far- adjourned, the Club set up
Douglas from preschool.
will extend to the John An- state system of hard sur- called the meeting to order at ris, the Jerry Ford Combo for their annual plant and art
On May 27th, an out-
derson corner, about two faced roads. This all- 1: 15 pm. Minutes were read and many others. sale.
door service is planned in
and a half miles west of weather road between and approved. Treasurers re- Those attending from The May meeting will
Lathrop. Plattsburg and Lathrop will the Memory Garden at the port was given by Marie the Lathrop Garden Club in- be garden tours of Rose
The road from the An- be a great convenience to church. The 11 a.m. wor- Kersten, filling in for Karen clude left to right: Ginny Maples, Rochelle Murdock
derson corner on to Lathrop many. ship service will be held Schafer. Gunter, Margaret Stevens, and Jane Snodgrass gardens.
outside as long as the The Federated Garden Beverly Wattenbarger, Irene New members are al-
weather permits. A dinner Clubs of Missouri, Inc. held Adams and Rochelle Mur- ways welcomed. If inter-
with fried chicken is
New thrift store looking for planned afterwards in the
its 79th Annual Convention
in Cape Girardeau, Missouri
ested please contact
Rochelle Murdock at (816)
volunteers, donations basement. Please bring
your favorite vegetable,
on April 24-26, 2012 at the
Drury Lodge. Over 270 gar-
Marie Kersten, Rochelle
Murdock and Karen Schafer
The Clinton County Clothes Closet is now open for salad, or dessert to com- den club members from all
business on Main Street in Plattsburg. The mission of the plement the dinner. over Missouri attended the
4C’s & More Thrift Store is to offer residents of Clinton Drinks and table service meeting. Guests included the
County a place to shop close to home for affordable gently will be provided. National Garden Club Pres-
used clothing and household goods. Bethany Christian ident Shirley Nicoli; the
Volunteers are needed for the sales floor and to help Church is located approx- Central Region Director Flo-
process donated goods. Contact Brenda at 816-872-6282 imately six miles north of rence Smith and the State
or email@example.com or Shelly at 816-739-6931 or Plattsburg off Highway Y. President Judy Sheets from
firstname.lastname@example.org if you can help. Sunday School is at 10 Farmington, Mo.
Specific days and times are set up for donations, a.m. and church service is Missouri Garden Clubs
please call for more information. at 11 a.m. distribute over $10,000.00
annually in Scholarships to
college students majoring in
the areas of horticulture,
landscape design and urban
planning. This year one
major project is for "Joplin
Relief'. State-wide garden
clubs have raised over (&& &(* ,$.
$60,000.00 for trees in the
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tornado ravaged town. Local
garden club members pro- /
vide help in beautifying ) $ %
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include supporting the Mis- ,#*() ' % ,,+ -*"
souri Botanical Gardens;
Powell Gardens, Habitat for
Humanity; Roadside Wild-
flower Markers, which
honor all armed services per-
Members attending the
Convention learned about
butterfly landscapes and bird
habitats through seminars,
enjoyed a Tour of Historic
The Missouris-Shoal Chapter DAR, represented by Carmen Stoneking and Mary Cape Girardeau, including
Goldberg, were among the Missouri DAR members, SAR Color Guard, family and the Red House, the SEMO
friends welcoming home 35 WWII Veterans Tuesday evening, May 1, 2012 at MCI University Greenhouse and %% (* +,() / ,( )% ' !(* *
from their Honor Flight to Washington, D.C. to see the WWII Memorial. Patriotic col- old St. Vincent's church. A
ors were everywhere welcoming them home with flags, banners, balloons and Charleston Dogwood and
posters. Each veteran was given a gift bag on their return. The Missouri State So- )% % ,,+ -*"
Azalea Tour also highlighted
ciety Daughters of the American Revolution assist in supporting the Honor Flights
a viewing of St. Henry's
for WWII Veterans to go see the World War II Memorial.
The Clinton County Leader Outdoor News May 10, 2012 - Page 11
Regular spring turkey Consevation Comments
harvest totals 40,447 by Adam Arnold
Asphalt Sealing & Repair
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo – Hunters checked 40,447 Leaves of three? Leave them Be! Bobcat Work
turkeys during Missouri’s regular spring turkey season, up Having thoroughly en- www.mdc.mo.gov, and use Gower, MO
by 2,120 from 38,327 last spring, or about one percent. The joyed our early and long the search column.
harvest of 4,319 turkeys dur- Since 1958 TJ Dixon
spring as I am sure many of If you do come into
ing this year’s spring youth Youth weekend you have, I went for an- contact with poison ivy, try
weekend, March 31 and other nice walk today. to wash the affected area
April 1, brought the 2012 adds 4,319 While passing along a with soap and water as
spring turkey harvest to for an overall forested edge, I could not soon as possible. This will Chimney Cleaning & Repair
44,766, up about one percent help but notice the numer- help remove the irritating
from 2011. Youth hunters spring 2012 total ous three leaved plants dot- oils from your skin and
Over 30 Years Experience
Inspection Report Included
harvested 3,893 turkeys dur- of 44,766 ting the area…Poison Ivy. may lessen the symptoms. Matilda Masonry & More
ing the 2011 spring youth All parts of 816-528-3855
weekend for a 2011 spring total of 42,220. the poison ivy www.matildamasonry.com
Top harvest counties during the regular 2012 spring plant contain
turkey season, April 16 through May 6, were Franklin with the oil which
852, Texas with 803 and Greene with 698. causes the
The Missouri Department of Conservation (MDC) dreaded itch,
recorded four non-fatal firearms-related turkey hunting in- including the
cidents and no fatalities. smoke from
The bulk of birds taken during both this year’s youth burning poi-
weekend and regular spring season were adult gobblers with son ivy. As
31,813, or about 71 percent. Juvenile male turkeys (jakes) with many
comprised almost 28 percent with 12,445 birds. Bearded other toxins,
hens made up one percent with 508. different people experience There are also commer-
Turkey harvest totals by county are available online at a variety of reactions to the cially available products
mdc.mo.gov/node/17396. oil from poison ivy. These such as Tecnu, to help. You
may include; rash, itching, should remember that all
clear blisters, and even no clothing that comes into
Wings over Weston fest reaction in some people. It
is important to note that the
contact with poison ivy
may retain the irritating oil
Wild birds make remarkable journeys, sometimes be- Roofing Siding Windows Insulation Remodeling
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tween continents, or they endure the weather extremes as year- reaction a person experi- for up to a year, so washing Large & Small Home Improvements
Large Small Home Improvements
round residents. That they do so in various colors and sizes, ences to poison ivy can your clothes is also impor- l
and with ingenious adaptive survival skills, is remarkable. vary greatly year to year, so tant. Estimat
The annual Wings over Weston festival will celebrate avoiding the plants when- While our first impres-
birds and watching them from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Saturday, ever possible is the best sion of poison ivy is that it
May 12, at Weston Bend State Park, 16600 Highway 45 North idea. has no use, that is not en-
in Platte County. Art, games, crafts, live bird exhibits, bird The saying, “Leaves of
three, leave them be”, often
tirely true. Many animal
species feed on the poison
Cummings & Sons
banding, educational programs and bluegrass music will be
among the activities. comes to mind when I see ivy plants. These include Electric, Inc.
Weston Bend State Park, near the community of Weston, poison ivy. While it is true birds eating the berries and
includes woodlands in the bluffs overlooking the Missouri that poison ivy has three mammals eating the leaves, Residential - Commercial - Indistrial
River. The free festival offers a chance to learn about birds distinct leaves and comes berries, and twigs. If you Licensed - Insured
and nature with family-friendly activities that accommodate in either the shrub or vine have a problem with too
children. There will be 22 stations for visitors to peruse and form, several other non-ir- much poison ivy on your Now Doing AC Service!
each offers an interactive way to learn about birds and their ritating plants are often property, there are several 24 Hour Emergency Service
mistaken as poison ivy. To herbicides available to
Burroughs Audubon Society and various non-profit groups learn easy identification of help. More information on Dale Cummings 816-351-9484
and public agencies are sponsoring the event, including the poison ivy, as well as many which herbicides to use is 12845 SE 169 Hwy Gower, MO 64454
Missouri Department of Conservation (MDC) and the Mis- other native Missouri available on the website
souri Department of Nature Resources. For more information, plants, visit: listed above.
contact the park at 816-640-5443
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Clinton County Sheriff’s Report May Is Older Americans Month
No matter our chronological age, we are “Never Too Old to Play.” That
K. Porter Hensen, Sheriff • Written By Cassie Hawkins is the theme of this year’s Older Americans Month, an annual nationwide
celebration that began May 1. Local senior centers have planned activities
4/30/2012. 0749 Medical NW Hwy Plattsburg. 1437 Illegal Dump- Trimble. 1223 Medical Old Cannon- for the month of May, and there are interesting and fun events scheduled all
Buck Rd Cameron. 0754 Alarm ing NE 280th Lathrop. 1608 Med- ball Rd Holt. 1355 Medical 208th St across the area. Seniors are being challenged to “Walk Around Northwest
Elem. School Lathrop. 1029 Recov- ical W Hwy 116 Plattsburg. 2121 at Lake Access #15 Plattsburg. 1957 Missouri,” 450 miles, the perimeter of the 18 counties served by
ered Property Harrington Plattsburg. Noise Complaint South St Lathrop. Recovered Property SE 33 Hwy NWMOAAA, or around their own county depending upon the plan of their
1210 Stolen Property NW 336th St 2238 Harassment W Locust Platts- Holt. local center. A statewide calendar of events is available on the DHSS website
Stewartsville. 1455 Animal N Main burg. 5/6/2012. 0035 Medical Senior at http://www.ma4web.org, or seniors can contact their local center for its
St Plattsburg. 1820 Animal Concha 5/3/2012. 0634 Medical S Center Lathrop. 0303 Motor Assist calendar of events.
and Latigo Lathrop. 1857 Animal H Burch Ave Plattsburg. 1114 Medical I-35 SB MM 46. 0722 Property “For seniors, lifelong participation in social, creative and physical ac-
Hwy and Crouch Rd Plattsburg. Minuteman Dr Plattsburg. 1208 Dis- Damage Frost Country Club Platts- tivities has proven health benefits. . . Studies show that interactions with
2113 Noise Complaint County Line turbance Main and Locust Platts- burg. 1004 Check Well Being SW family, friends and neighbors across generations enrich lives of everyone
Road Holt. 2126 Medical E Center burg. 1250 Stolen Property Miller 208th St Trimble. 1040 Vehicle involved,” said Mary Schaefer, the president of the Missouri Association of
and H Hwy Turney. 2240 Alarm NW Rd Trimble. 1446 Medical N Hwy Y Check Hwy J Trimble. 1242 Bur- Area Agencies on Aging.
Tri County Line Rd Plattsburg. Plattsburg. 1634 Disturbance Oak glary NE Country Hill Parkway For more than 35 years, the Northwest Missouri Area Agency on Aging
5/1/2012. 0314 Medical NE A and Russell Lathrop. 1659 Animal Cameron. 1245 Medical N Main St has been providing vital services, programs and information to older adults,
Hwy Lathrop. 0939 Medical Bush St Powell Rd Lathrop. 1858 Medical Plattsburg. 1351 Fire SW Hwy 116 their caregivers and families, including access to legal services, home de-
Plattsburg. 1226 Medical W Walnut SE Dewert Lathrop. Lathrop. 1354 Medical SE 202nd St livered and congregate meals, disease prevention and health promotion in-
St Plattsburg. 1246 Animal S Main 5/4/2012. 0124 Medical S C Holt. 1419 Disturbance N 3rd St formation, transportation, Medicare and benefits counseling, senior centers,
St Plattsburg. 1415 Medical Perkins Hwy Plattsburg. 0403 Vehicle Acci- Plattsburg. 1510 Abandoned Vehicle in-home services and others in our area. NWMOAAA is always happy to
Park Plattsburg. 1659 Trespassing dent I-35 NB 40 MM Lathrop. 0935 Hwy 116 and Wexford Rd Platts- help seniors or their caregivers with these issues or other concerns, and they
Depot St Plattsburg. 1711 Noise Animal U Hwy Plattsburg. 1047 burg. 1645 Animal Hwy 116 by can be reached at 888-844-5626.
Complaint South St Lathrop. 1712 Fraud W Concord Plattsburg. 1838 Lake Lonerock Plattsburg. 1716
Anim al Concha and Latigo Lathrop. Suspicious Person NW 268th Threat Jackcourt and J Street Lath- NOTICE OF TRUSTEE'S SALE
2100 Vehicle Check PP Hwy Holt. Gower. 2100 Suspicious Person E rop. 1735 Disturbance N 33 Hwy For default in the payment of the debt secured by a certain
2212 Noise Complaint 3rd and Hwy 116 Lathrop. 2210 Medical SB Holt. 1953 Alarm W Hwy 116 Deed of Trust executed by GreenBanks Investments, LLC,
Depot Plattsburg. Rest Area I-35. 2230 Suspicious Ve- Plattsburg. 1958 Fire NE Hwy 69 dated July 31, 2009, and recorded on August 3, 2009 in Book
5/2/2012. 0015 Medical N hicle NE 352nd St Cameron. Cameron. 2058 Abandoned Vehicle 2009, at Page 2442 in the Office of the Recorder of Deeds
Platte Ave Edgerton. 1005 Animal 5/5/2012. 0622 Animal Y Hwy 264th and Mulebarn Plattsburg. within and for the County of Clinton, State of Missouri, the un-
169 Hwy Gower. 1358 Medical N Plattsburg. 0741 Animal HH Hwy 2122 Check Well Being Tri County
dersigned trustee at the request of the legal holder of said
Main St Plattsburg. 1428 Animal C Cameron. 1030 Alarm Howard Lane Line Rd Lawson.
note, will on June 1, 2012 between the hours of nine o'clock
a.m. and five o'clock p.m. (specifically at 2:00 o'clock p.m.),
Leader Deadline is Tuesday at the west front door of the Clinton County Courthouse in
Birthdays & Anniversaries
Contact 539-2111 to add a name to the list.
Plattsburg, Missouri, sell at public vendue to the highest bid-
der for cash, the real property situate in the County of
MAY BIRTHDAYS The Paper Deadline is Thursday Buchanan, State of Missouri, to wit:
TRACT I: ALL OF THE WEST FORTY(40) FEET OF
Flower: Lily of the Valley • Birthstone: Emer- at 5 p.m. LOTS THIRTEEN (13) AND FOURTEEN (14), IN
May 12: Mrs. Elmer Clark, Mrs. John L. Farr, Call 816-539-2111 to place your ad. BLOCK FORTY-SIX (46), IN THE ORIGINAL TOWN,
Michael Eugene Auxier, Kristy Lee Morrison, NOW THE CITY OF CAMERON, CLINTON
Hayle Wynn Jenkins, Chris Mooney.
May 13: Martha Lynn Moody, Janet Sue Agee,
Michael Owen McClelland, Sally Ann Sullivan,
Because The People Must Know
TRACT II: THE EAST THIRTY-SEVEN (37) FEET OF
LOT EIGHT (8), IN BLOCK FIFTY-FOUR (54) IN THE
Mrs. Donald Lee Herpel Sr., Karen Ditto. ORIGINAL TOWN, NOW CITY OF CAMERON,
May 14: Mrs. Jerome Heitman, Mrs. James Agee, IN THE 43RD JUDICIAL CIRCUIT COURT,
CLINTON COUNTY, MISSOURI CLINTON COUNTY, MISSOURI.
Billy Trabue, DiAnne Rae Gibson, Joseph Darwin TRACT III: LOT TWELVE (12) IN BLOCK FIFTY-
Ditto, Michael Alden Musser, Keith Aaron Probate Division: Case Number: 12CN-PR00025
FOUR (54), IN THE ORIGINAL TOWN, NOW CITY
Mallen, Nancy Dodson, Gabriel Lauren Crocker, In the Estate of RUSSELL LEE GALLAMORE, Deceased.
Glen Crane III. NOTICE OF LETTERS OF ADMINISTRATION GRANTED OF CAMERON, CLINTON COUNTY, MISSOURI.
May 15: John Ray Gannaway, Frances Hamilton, (Independent Administration) For the purpose of satisfying said indebtedness and
Lisa Marie Sackman, Christina Moore. To All Persons Interested in the Estate of RUSSELL LEE the cost of executing this trust.
May 16: Edward White, John Curtis Doak, Mrs. GALLAMORE, Decedent: Morton, Reed, Counts,
Nick Spaeth, Charles Phillip Tate, Wayne Riggs On May 1, 2012, Neil M. Gallamore was appointed the Briggs & Robb, L.L.C., Trustee
Welsh, Mrs. Donald Evans, Leroy Burnett, Donna By Nicholas K. Robb #46405
personal representative of the estate of Russell Lee Gallam-
Kennedy. 400 Jules, Suite 320
May 17: Wayne Boydston MD, Vicki Chapman, ore, decedent, by the Probate Division of the Circuit Court of
Clinton County, Missouri. The personal representative’s busi- St. Joseph, Missouri 64501
Mrs. James Gordon, Mrs. Harold Sloan, Mrs. First publication: May 10, 2012
Robert Bond, Jean Pineda, Sandy Perry, Steve ness address and phone number is: 1017 SE 4th Street, Lee’s
Summit, MO 64063; 816-525-5176 NOTICE: Pursuant to the Fair Debt Collection Practices
McIntosh, Tammy Shelton.
Act, 15 U.S.C. Section 1692c(b) no information concerning
May 18: Bruce Taylor, Tana Grimes, Scott The personal representative may administer the estate in-
Bradley, Jordan Pace Garrett, Tracy Hamilton, dependently without adjudication, order, or direction of the the collection this debt may be given without the prior consent
Greta Witt. Probate Division of the Circuit Court, unless a petition for su- of the consumer given directly to the debt collector or the ex-
ANNIVERSARIES pervised administration is made to and granted by the court. press permission of a court of competent jurisdiction. The debt
May 11: M/M Robert W. Lizar. The personal representative’s attorney’s name, business collector is attempting to collect a debt and any information
May 14: M/M Bill Schuster. address and phone number is: Carl Chinnery, 800 NE Van- obtained will be used for that purpose. 5/10, 17, 24, 31c
May 15: M/M Robert Lee Pendleton.
derbilt Lane, Lee’s Summit, MO 64064; 816-525-2050 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
All creditors of said decedent are notified to file claims in CLINTON COUNTY, MISSOURI PROBATE DIVISION
court within six months from the date of the first publication of In the Estate of MICHAEL EUGENE COCHRAN, Deceased.
this notice or if a copy of this notice was mailed to, or served Estate No. 09CN-PR00083
upon, such creditor by the personal representative, then within NOTICE OF FILING OF FINAL
SETTLEMENT AND PETITION FOR DISTRIBUTION
two months from the date it was mailed or served, whichever
TO ALL PERSONS INTERESTED IN THE ESTATE OF
is later, or be forever barred to the fullest extent permissible
MICHAEL EUGENE COCHRAN, Deceased:
by law. Such six-month period and such two-month period do You are hereby notified that the undersigned Personal
not extend the limitation period that would bar claims one year
Representative will file a Final Settlement and Petition for de-
after the decedent's death, as provided in Section 473.444, termination of the persons who are the successors in interest
RSMo, or any other applicable limitation periods. Nothing in to the personal/real property of the decedent and of the extent
Section 473.033, RSMo, shall be construed to bar any action and character of their interest therein and for distribution of
online against a decedent's liability insurance carrier through a de- such property, in the Probate Division of the Circuit Court of
fendant ad litem pursuant to Section 537.021, RSMo. Clinton County, Missouri, on June 1,2012, or as may be con-
Date of the decedent's death: March 20, 2012 tinued by the Court, and that any objections or exceptions to
at clinton Date of first publication: May 3, 2012 such Final Settlement or Petition or any item thereof must be
Molly Livingston, Circuit Clerk and Recorder ill writing and filed within twenty days after the filing of such
by Michelle Eads, Probate Clerk
Lawrence V. Fisher Nancy D. Wingate
Receipt of this notice by mail should not be construed by the Attorney Personal Representative
recipient to indicate that the recipient necessarily has a ben- 116 N. Main, Drawer K, 6437 NE Crouch Road,
.com eficial interest in the estate. The nature and extent of any per-
son's interest, if any, can be determined from the files and
records of this estate in the Probate Division of the above ref-
Plattsburg, MO 64477
Turney, MO 64493
Dates of Publication, May 3, 2012, May 10, 2012, May 17,
erenced Circuit Court. 5/3, 10, 17, 24c 2012, May 24, 2012 5/3, 10, 17, 24c
The Clinton County Leader Legal Notices Page 13, May 10, 2012
NOTICE OF TRUSTEE'S SALE
Default having been made in the payment of that certain
IN RE: Kevin [Keven] D Johnson and Julie D Johnson,
note secured by Deed of Trust executed by Daniel R. Lager,
Because The People Must Know
husband and wife Trustee’s Sale:
A Married Person and Cheryl D. Lager, Husband and wife,
For default in payment of debt and performance of obliga-
dated February 21, 2008 and recorded on February 26, 2008
NOTICE OF TRUSTEE'S SALE tion secured by Deed of Trust executed by Kevin [Keven] D
as Document No. 2008-649, Office of Recorder of Deeds,
For default in the payment of debt Johnson and Julie D Johnson, husband and wife dated Feb-
Clinton County, Missouri. The Successor Trustee will on May
and performance of obligations secured ruary 12, 2009 and recorded in the Office of the Recorder of
11, 2012, between the hours of 9:00 o'clock A.M. and 5:00
by that Deed of Trust executed by Jim L. Deeds of Clinton County, Missouri as Document No. 2009-
P.M. more particularly at 10:00AM, at the Clinton County
Parker, as Grantor(s), dated June 26, 503 the undersigned Successor Trustee, at the request of the
Courthouse, 211 North Main Street, west Front door, Platts-
1995 and recorded June 26, 1995, in legal holder of said Note will on wednesday, June 6, 2012 be-
burg, MO 64477, sell at public venue to the highest bidder for
Book 375, Page 753 in the Office of the tween the hours of 9:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m., (at the specific
cash, the following real estate:
Recorder of Deeds for Clinton County at time of 1:15 PM), at the west Front Door of the Court House,
Tract I: A tract of land in the Northwest Quarter of Sec-
Plattsburg, Missouri the undersigned City of Plattsburg, County of Clinton, State of Missouri, sell at
tion Ten (10), Township Fifty-four (54), Range Thirty-
Successor Trustee will on May 31, 2012 public vendue to the highest bidder for cash the following de-
one (31), Clinton County, Missouri, described as
between the hours of 9:00 a.m. and 5:00 scribed real estate, described in said Deed of Trust, and situ-
follows: to-wit: Beginning at a point on the East right-
p.m. (at the exact time of 3:30 p.m.) at ated in Clinton County, State of Missouri, to wit:
of-way line of Route w that is 1673 feet North of the
the west Front Door of the Clinton THE NORTHwEST QUARTER OF SECTION
South line of the Northwest Quarter of said Section
County Courthouse at Plattsburg, Mis- TwENTY-NINE (29), TOwNSHIP FIFTY-SIX (56)
Ten (10); thence East 275 feet; thence North to the
souri sell at public vendue to the highest NORTH, RANGE THIRTY (30) wEST, CLINTON
North line of the South Half of the Northwest Quarter
bidder for cash the following property: COUNTY, MISSOURI, SAID TRACT BEING DE-
of the Northwest Quarter; thence west 275 feet, more
SCRIBED AS FOLLOwS: COMMENCING AT THE
or less, to the East right-of-way line of said Route w;
All of Lots Two Hundred Sev- wEST QUARTER CORNER OF SECTION
thence South along said right-of-way line to the Point
enty-five (275) and Two Hun- TwENTY-NINE (29), TOwNSHIP FIFTY-SIX (56)
dred Seventy-six (276), Block NORTH, RANGE THIRTY (30) wEST, CLINTON
Tract II: A tract of land in the Northwest Quarter of Sec-
Sixteen (16), Section One (1), COUNTY, MISSOURI; THENCE ALONG THE wEST
tion Ten (10), Township Fifty-four (54), Range Thirty-
at LAKE ARROwHEAD, a sub- LINE OF SAID SECTION NORTH 00 DEGREES 21'
one (31), Clinton County, Missouri, described as
division in Clinton County, Mis- 57 " wEST, 34.93 FEET TO THE POINT OF BEGIN-
follows: Beginning at a point on the East right-of-way
souri NING, SAID POINT BEING THE NORTHERN
line of Route "w" that is 1148 feet North of the South
Known and numbered as 5688 RIGHT-OF-wAY OF MISSOURI ROUTE H; THENCE
line of the Northwest Quarter of Section Ten (10),
S E Arrowhead Dr Lathrop, MO CONTINUING ALONG SAID LINE NORTH 00 DE-
thence East 275 feet; thence North 525 feet; thence
64465, GREES 21' 57" wEST, 318.26 FEET; THENCE DE-
west 275 feet to the East right-of-way line of said
Together with 1996, 80 x 16 PARTING FROM SAID LINE NORTH 89 DEGREES
Route "w"; thence South along said right-of-way line
Pinnacle Manufactured Home, 57' 20" EAST, 645.11 FEET; THENCE SOUTH 02
525 feet, more or less, to the Place of Beginning.
Serial Number DEGREES 18' 20" EAST, 316.27 FEET TO THE
CHVM2795680010021 NORTHERN RIGHT-OF-wAY OF MISSOURI
4197 SE w Highway, Lathrop, MO 64465
ROUTE H; THENCE ALONG SAID RIGHT-OF-wAY
For the purpose of satisfying said indebtedness and the
to satisfy said debt and costs. LINE SOUTH 89 DEGREES 45' 39" wEST, 655.81
costs of executing this trust.
Pursuant to the Fair Debt Collection FEET TO THE POINT OF BEGINNING. THE ABOVE
S&w Foreclosure Corporation
Practices Act, 15 USC Section 1692c(b), DESCRIBED TRACT OF LAND IS INCLUSIVE OF
no information concerning the collection COUNTY ROAD RIGHT-OF-wAY, AND EXCLUSIVE
Pub Commences April 19, 2012
of this debt may be given without the OF MISSOURI ROUTE H RIGHT-OF-wAY, AND IS
S&w File No.12-017014
prior consent of the consumer given di- SUBJECT TO ALL RECORDED AND UN-
By: Shapiro & weisman, L.C.
rectly to the debt collector or the express RECORDED EASEMENTS, RESTRICTIONS, AND
permission of a court of competent juris- RIGHT-OF-wAYS.
Purported address:4197 SE w Highway, Lathrop, MO 64465
diction. The debt collector is attempting 4/19, 26, 5/3, 10c
to collect a debt and any information ob- to satisfy said debt and cost.
MILLSAP & SINGER, P.C., TRUSTEE’S SALE
tained will be used for that purpose.
Successor Trustee IN RE: Georgette Preysberg, a single person Trustee’s
G&A Trustee Services, LLC
612 Spirit Drive Sale:
Michael A. Gould, President
St. Louis, MO 63005 For default in payment of debt and performance of obliga-
(636) 537-0110 tion secured by Deed of Trust executed by Georgette Preys-
5/10, 17, 24, 31c
File No: 138026.060612.281009 FC berg, a single person dated October 4, 2011 and recorded in
NOTICE the Office of the Recorder of Deeds of Clinton County, Mis-
Pursuant to the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act, 15 U.S.C. souri as Document # 2011-3236 the undersigned Successor
Check out these advertisers in our §1692c(b), no information concerning the collection of this Trustee, at the request of the legal holder of said Note will on
O n L ine B usiness debt may be given without the prior consent of the consumer wednesday, May 30, 2012 between the hours of 9:00 a.m.
D irectOry given directly to the debt collector or the express permission and 5:00 p.m., (at the specific time of 1:15 PM), at the west
of a court of competent jurisdiction. The debt collector is at- Front Door of the Court House, City of Plattsburg, County of
tempting to collect a debt and any information obtained will be Clinton, State of Missouri, sell at public vendue to the highest
used for that purpose. bidder for cash the following described real estate, described
.com PUBLISH ON: May 10, 2012 05/17/2012, 05/24/2012, in said Deed of Trust, and situated in Clinton County, State of
Missouri, to wit:
05/31/2012 5/10, 17, 24, 31c
Anchor Contracting Eagans Furniture Plattsburg Chamber LAND SITUATED IN THE COUNTY OF CLINTON IN
LLC First Security Bank of Commerce IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE STATE OF MO ALL OF LOT NO. 38 IN TIMBER
Baldwin Mainte- Full Features Gar- Plattsburg License
nance den Tips Office CLINTON COUNTY, MISSOURI PROBATE DIVISION
SPRINGS ESTATES, CITY OF TRIMBLE, CLINTON
Ball Z Motorsports Full Features Nurs- R&S Builders In the Estate of STEVEN MATTHEw STUBBS, Deceased.
Big V Country Mart ery R&S Home Rentals COUNTY, MISSOURI.
Estate No. 08CN-PR00024
Bill's Quality Meats Gimson Pest Control R&S Lawn Sprinkler
Boss Sheds, LLC Inc. Renz Restoration NOTICE OF FILING OF FINAL
to satisfy said debt and cost.
Buckmiller Chiro- Gower Dental Care S 4 Scrap SETTLEMENT AND PETITION FOR DISTRIBUTION
practic Greene's Excavating Shelter Insurance - MILLSAP & SINGER, P.C.,
TO ALL PERSONS INTERESTED IN THE ESTATE OF
Cameron Regional Gump's Cash for Gail Orstad
STEVEN MATTHEw STUBBS, Deceased: Successor Trustee
Medical Center Junk Shelter Insurance -
Clinton County H.H. Halferty & Sons Gene Baker You are hereby notified that the undersigned Personal 612 Spirit Drive
Leader Hamilton Bank Shirt Shop Embroi- Representative will file a Final Settlement and Petition for de- St. Louis, MO 63005
Con-Tec Concrete Hartzell & Sons dery (636) 537-0110
Construction Hot Roll Paving Show-Me Real Es- termination of the persons who are the successors in interest
Consignment Sales Hy-Klas Foods tate to the personal/real property of the decedent and of the extent File No: 141586.053012.279431 FC
Coulter Excavating Kindred Chevrolet Smithville Garden and character of their interest therein and for distribution of NOTICE
L.L.C. Lathrop Dental Care Club Pursuant to the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act, 15 U.S.C.
Cummings & Sons M & H Lawn Care Spezia Law Office such property, in the Probate Division of the Circuit Court of
Electric, Inc. Matilda Masonry & Steve Tinnen Bond- Clinton County, Missouri, on June 8,2012, or as may be con- §1692c(b), no information concerning the collection of this
D-Tone Feed & Tire More ing debt may be given without the prior consent of the consumer
D-Tone General Mefford Pest Control Steve's Wireless tinued by the Court, and that any objections or exceptions to
Store: Feed, Miller Concrete SUNHEAT Infrared such Final Settlement or Petition or any item thereof must be given directly to the debt collector or the express permission
Tire, & Farm Orscheln Farm & Heating System ill writing and filed within twenty days after the filing of such of a court of competent jurisdiction. The debt collector is at-
Dan's Heating & Home The Paper tempting to collect a debt and any information obtained will be
Cooling Pack's Do It Best Tinnen Real Estate Final Settlement.
Dave Littleton Ford, Hardware Windy Ridge Green- Lawrence V. Fisher Gary D. Stubbs used for that purpose.
RV & Marine Pamida house & Pro- Attorney Personal Representative PUBLISH ON: May 3, 2012 05/10/2012, 05/17/2012,
Dennis Sneed Ford Paradise Locker duce
Dolinger Construc- Meats 116 N. Main, Drawer K, 7100 wrightway Drive 05/24/2012 5/3, 10, 17, 24c
tion Platte Valley Bank Plattsburg, MO 64477 Lawson, MO 64062
102 E. Maple, Plattsburg •
816-539-2164 The Paper deadline
Dates of Publication, May 10, 2012, May 17, 2012, May 24,
816-539-2111 • 1-800-279-2247 2012, May 31, 2012 5/10, 17, 24, 31c is Thursday at 5 p.m.
Page 14 - May 10, 2012 Legals The Clinton County Leader
Public Notices In Re: Roland Brown and Glenda NOTICE Of CHANGE Of NAME
Brown husband and wife TO WHOM IT MAY CONERN: 12CN-CV00222
Because The People Must Know TRUSTEE`S SALE - Under the YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that by a Judgment entered
terms of the Deed of Trust executed by on the 17th day of April 2012 in the Circuit Court of Clinton
IN THE 43RD JUDICIAL CIRCUIT COURT, CLINTON County, State of Missouri, the name of Vance Morgan was
Roland Brown and Glenda Brown hus-
COUNTY, MISSOURI changed to Vance Beckman Morgan
Probate Division: Case Number: 12CN-PR00021 band and wife dated 02/14/2008, and
recorded on 02/22/2008 Document Molly Livingston, Circuit Clerk
In the Estate of PEGGY LOU RADER, Deceased. 4/26, 5/3, 10c
NOTICE Of LETTERS Of AdMINISTRATION GRANTEd 2008-612 in the office of the Recorder of
(Independent Administration) Deeds for Clinton County, MISSOURI,
To All Persons Interested in the Estate of PEGGy LOU the undersigned Successor Trustee, will NOTICE Of CHANGE Of NAME
RAdER, decedent: on 05/11/2012 at 12:00 PM at the West TO WHOM IT MAY CONERN: 12CN-CV00224
On April 20, 2012, Larry D. Rader was appointed the per- Front Door of the Clinton County Court- YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that by a Judgment entered
sonal representative of the estate of Peggy Lou Rader, dece- house, 207 N. Main St. Plattsburg MO on the 17th day of April 2012 in the Circuit Court of Clinton
dent, by the Probate Division of the Circuit Court of Clinton 64477, sell at public venue to the high- County, State of Missouri, the name of Guy Morgan was
County, Missouri. The personal representative’s business ad- est bidder for cash, the realty described changed to Guy Beckman Morgan
dress and phone number is: 7238 SE Cannonball Road, Holt, Molly Livingston, Circuit Clerk
in said deed of trust, to wit:
MO 64048; 816-786-0736 4/26, 5/3, 10c
The personal representative may administer the estate in-
dependently without adjudication, order, or direction of the Pro- ALL OF LOT TWENTY-FIVE
bate Division of the Circuit Court, unless a petition for (25), IN GIAUQUE`S ADDITION NOTICE Of CHANGE Of NAME
supervised administration is made to and granted by the court. TO THE CITY OF CAMERON, TO WHOM IT MAY CONERN: 12CN-CV00223
The personal representative’s attorney’s name, business ad- CLINTON COUNTY, MIS- YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that by a Judgment entered
dress and phone number is: Thomas C. Capps, 2 S Main SOURI, ACCORDING TO THE on the 17th day of April 2012 in the Circuit Court of Clinton
Street, Liberty, MO 64068; 816-781-4788 RECORDED PLAT THEREOF.. County, State of Missouri, the name of Cordella Morgan was
All creditors of said decedent are notified to file claims in changed to Cordella Rose Beckman Morgan
court within six months from the date of the first publication of KOZENY & MCCUBBIN, L.C. Molly Livingston, Circuit Clerk
this notice or if a copy of this notice was mailed to, or served SUCCESSOR TRUSTEE 4/26, 5/3, 10c
upon, such creditor by the personal representative, then within
Published in the Clinton County
two months from the date it was mailed or served, whichever
is later, or be forever barred to the fullest extent permissible by Leader
KM File #: BROROBA7 TRUSTEE’S SALE
law. Such six-month period and such two-month period do not
extend the limitation period that would bar claims one year after First publication date 04/19/2012 IN RE: Christopher Schmitten a/k/a Chris Schmitten and
the decedent's death, as provided in Section 473.444, RSMo, This firm is a debt collector and any in- danielle Schmitten, husband and wife Trustee’s Sale:
or any other applicable limitation periods. Nothing in Section formation we obtain from you will be For default in payment of debt and performance of obliga-
473.033, RSMo, shall be construed to bar any action against used for that purpose.4/19, 26, 5/3, 10c tion secured by Deed of Trust executed by Christopher Schmit-
a decedent's liability insurance carrier through a defendant ad ten a/k/a Chris Schmitten and Danielle Schmitten, husband
litem pursuant to Section 537.021, RSMo. TRUSTEE’S SALE and wife dated January 23, 2008 and recorded in the Office of
Date of the decedent's death: April 6, 2012 IN RE: Loren M. Gregory, a single the Recorder of Deeds of Clinton County, Missouri as Docu-
Date of first publication: April 26, 2012 man and Keshia Stutesmun, a single ment Number: 2008-340 the undersigned Successor Trustee,
Molly Livingston, Circuit Clerk and Recorder woman Trustee’s Sale: at the request of the legal holder of said Note will on Wednes-
by Michelle Eads, Probate Clerk day, May 30, 2012 between the hours of 9:00 a.m. and 5:00
For default in payment of debt and
Receipt of this notice by mail should not be construed by the p.m., (at the specific time of 1:15 PM), at the West Front Door
recipient to indicate that the recipient necessarily has a bene- performance of obligation secured by
Deed of Trust executed by Loren M. of the Court House, City of Plattsburg, County of Clinton, State
ficial interest in the estate. The nature and extent of any per- of Missouri, sell at public vendue to the highest bidder for cash
son's interest, if any, can be determined from the files and Gregory, a single man and Keshia
Stutesmun, a single woman dated April the following described real estate, described in said Deed of
records of this estate in the Probate Division of the above ref-
10, 2008 and recorded in the Office of Trust, and situated in Clinton County, State of Missouri, to wit:
erenced Circuit Court. 4/26, 5/3, 10, 17c
COMMENCING AT THE SOUTHWEST CORNER OF
the Recorder of Deeds of Clinton
SECTION FOURTEEN (14), TOWNSHIP FIFTY-FIVE
County, Missouri as Document No.
(55) NORTH, RANGE THIRTY-TWO (32) WEST, CLIN-
2008-1192 the undersigned Successor
IN THE 43RD JUDICIAL CIRCUIT COURT, CLINTON COUNTY, TON COUNTY, MISSOURI; THENCE WITH THE
Trustee, at the request of the legal
MISSOURI SOUTH LINE OF THE SOUTHWEST QUARTER OF
holder of said Note will on Wednesday,
Probate Division: Case Number: 12CN-PR00023 SAID SECTION SOUTH 89 DEGREES 21 MINUTES
June 6, 2012 between the hours of 9:00
In the Estate of HELEN MARGUERITE BROWN, Deceased. 31 SECONDS EAST 1349.23 FEET TO THE POINT
a.m. and 5:00 p.m., (at the specific time
NOTICE Of LETTERS TESTAMENTARy GRANTEd OF BEGINNING FOR SAID TRACT, SAID POINT
of 1:15 PM), at the West Front Door of
(Independent Administration - Non-Resident Fiduciary) BEING THE SOUTHWEST CORNER OF THE EAST
the Court House, City of Plattsburg, HALF OF THE SOUTHWEST QUARTER OF SAID
To All Persons Interested in the Estate of HELEN MAR- County of Clinton, State of Missouri, sell
GUERITE BROWN, decedent: SECTION; THENCE ALONG THE WEST LINE OF
at public vendue to the highest bidder THE EAST HALF OF THE SOUTHWEST QUARTER
On April 23, 2012, the last will of the decedent having been for cash the following described real es-
admitted to probate, the following individual was appointed per- OF SAID SECTION NORTH 00 DEGREES 44 MIN-
tate, described in said Deed of Trust, UTES 22 SECONDS EAST 404.25 FEET; THENCE
sonal representative of the estate of HELEN MARGUERITE and situated in Clinton County, State of
BROWN, decedent, by the Probate Division of the Circuit Court of DEPARTING FROM SAID LINE SOUTH 89 DE-
Missouri, to wit: GREES 21 MINUTES 31 SECONDS EAST 251.39
Clinton County, Missouri. The name, business address and phone
LOT NINE (9) IN TOWN AND FEET; THENCE SOUTH 00 DEGREES 44 MINUTES
number of the personal representative is: The personal represen-
COUNTRY ESTATES, A SUBDI- 22 WEST 404.25 FEET TO THE SOUTH LINE OF
tative’s attorney’s name, business address, and phone number is:
VISION IN THE CITY OF LATH- THE SOUTHWEST QUARTER OF SAID SECTION;
Drew Davis, 602 Lana Drive, Suite F, PO Box 610, Cameron, MO
ROP, CLINTON COUNTY, THENCE ALONG SAID LINE NORTH 89 DEGREES
64429; 816-632-7575. The personal representative’s designated
MISSOURI, ACCORDING TO 21 MINUTES 31 SECONDS WEST 251.39 FEET TO
agent’s name, business address, and phone number is: Drew
THE RECORDED PLAT THE POINT OF BEGINNING.
Davis, 602 Lana Drive, Suite F, PO Box 610, Cameron, MO 64429
All creditors of said decedent are notified to file claims in court to satisfy said debt and cost.
within six months from the date of the first publication of this notice to satisfy said debt and cost. MILLSAP & SINGER, P.C.,
or if a copy of this notice was mailed to, or served upon, such cred- MILLSAP & SINGER, P.C., Successor Trustee
itor by the personal representative, then within two months from Successor Trustee 612 Spirit Drive
the date it was mailed or served, whichever is later, or be forever 612 Spirit Drive St. Louis, MO 63005
barred to the fullest extent permissible by law. Such six-month pe- St. Louis, MO 63005 (636) 537-0110
riod and such two-month period do not extend the limitation period (636) 537-0110 File No: 136802.053012.280188 FC
that would bar claims one year after the decedent's death, as pro- File No: 140060.060612.275335 FC NOTICE
vided in Section 473.444, RSMo, or any other applicable limitation NOTICE Pursuant to the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act, 15 U.S.C.
periods. Nothing in Section 473.033, RSMo, shall be construed Pursuant to the Fair Debt Collection §1692c(b), no information concerning the collection of this debt
to bar any action against a decedent's liability insurance carrier Practices Act, 15 U.S.C. §1692c(b), no may be given without the prior consent of the consumer given
through a defendant ad litem pursuant to Section 537.021, RSMo. information concerning the collection of directly to the debt collector or the express permission of a
Date of the decedent's death: July 14, 2011 this debt may be given without the prior court of competent jurisdiction. The debt collector is attempting
Date of first publication: April 26, 2012 consent of the consumer given directly to collect a debt and any information obtained will be used for
MOLLY LIVINGSTON, CIRCUIT CLERK & RECORDER to the debt collector or the express per- that purpose.
BY: MICHELLE EADS, PROBATE CLERK mission of a court of competent jurisdic- PUBLISH ON: May 3, 2012 05/10/2012, 05/17/2012,
Receipt of this notice by mail should not be construed by the re- tion. The debt collector is attempting to 05/24/2012 5/3, 10, 17, 24c
cipient to indicate that the recipient necessarily has a beneficial collect a debt and any information ob-
interest in the estate. The nature and extent of any person's in-
terest, if any, can be determined from the files and records of this
tained will be used for that purpose.
PUBLISH ON: May 10, 2012
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Happy 75th Anniversary, Rotary Club A service organization endures in our community
Seventy-five years this L.M. Atchison, Frank J.
month, a group of Plattsburg Gassman, John Hales, H.R.
men met to form a local Riley, W.B. Spalding and
chapter of The Rotary. It was H.O. Tinnen.
and is an international or- When these leaders
ganization devoted to the formed the Plattsburg Rotary
idea that community service club, it one of the first such
and fellowship can be the clubs in northwest Missouri.
glue that binds together peo- The international organiza-
ple and nations. The idea tion itself was still young.
stuck. And four generations Chicago lawyer Paul Harris
of Plattsburg Rotarians since and some friends had
have lived the motto, “Ser- founded Rotary in 1925 as a
vice above self.” way to give back to the com-
The May 11, 1937, munity while forming
Plattsburg Leader carried a friendships with like-minded
front-page article heralding peers.
the formation of the club, Today Rotary Interna-
calling it: “One of the most tional (R.I.) has 1.2 million
enjoyable occasions ever members in 20 countries. Its
had in this community.” signature causes include
Considering the mood in the fighting hunger, providing Today’s members celebrated the 75th anniversary of the Plattsburg Rotary Club with dinner at the Pink Rosebud
bed & breakfast. (Above) l to R: Jim Patrico, Dean Johnson, lou Proctor, Don Talley, Roger King, Randy broyles,
nation at the time, that might renewable sources of fresh
Dr. Jim Hobbs, Dr. Robin Huenergardt, Dr. J.R. Taylor and stan Hoover. seated are Phyllis smith-Pemberton and
have seemed only a small drinking water in areas Roy brewer.
exaggeration. where that is a challenge
The Great Depression and, most famously, working
was still deep in 1937, un- to eradicate polio. To this global Rotary projects in- nated the annual Fall Festi- Marcia Murphy served as reers as a civil engineer, re-
employment was at record crusade, R.I. has donated cluding the Shoes for Or- val parade. Among the club's president in 2010. Phyllis altor and farmer. Other club
levels and the dust storms countless man-hours and phan Souls annual drive, ongoing community service Smith Pemberton, who has members include health care
had recently turned the sky millions of dollars. As a re- which has given new shoes projects: scholarships for been a Rotarian in clubs in providers, a banker, cattle-
black in the West. Not the sult of efforts by R.I. and to thousands of children local students, contributions the U.S. and Russia, is pres- man, educator, veterinarian,
best time for optimism. Yet others, the scourge of polio overseas. But most of the to local causes like the Food ident-elect of the Plattsburg retirees of several profes-
27 local men wanted to do is almost completely gone; it club's work over the last 75 Pantry and scouting. club. sions, even a journalist.
something that affirmed lingers only in three coun- years has been on a local The make up of the club Diversity is a hallmark What they have in com-
their faith in the future. All tries: Afghanistan, Pakistan level. In the past decade, it has changed from those of today’s Plattsburg club. It mon is a belief in the Rotary
these years later, the names and Nigeria. has helped build playground early years. Where once Ro- has three members who ideal, which has sustained
of some of these men – or The Plattsburg club has equipment in Perkins Park, tary clubs were men's clubs, served in the Navy, includ- the club for 75 years. It’s
their descendants – are still contributed to the polio cam- dedicated a mini park on the now women hold member- ing today's president Don been a good beginning.
familiar: Andrew Adam, paign as well as to other courthouse lawn and coordi- ship and are leaders. The late Talley, who also has had ca-
To prepare for the Plattsburg Rotary Club’s 75th anniversary, Roger King decorated
the front window at the senior Center on main street.
(At the right) RomAniAns TouR PlATTsbuRg AReA - A group of Romanians spon-
sored by Rotary international’s group study exchange Program stopped in Plattsburg
on monday. They first visited shatto Dairy, then had lunch with the Plattsburg Rotary
Club at the Pink Rosebud bed and breakfast. Club president Don Talley presented
each member of the group with a banner. Rotary Clubs from Platte County are hosting
the group, which will be in missouri for a month on a cultural exchange visit. Right to
left, Andreia Dumitrica; Amca badescu, Plattsburg Rotary Club President Don Talley,
Cosmin Pop, Ciprian badila and odi onyetekue.