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=00The Cuba Free Press raries from page 6A the late Raymond Francis "Hammer" Wynn and lone" J,lnvd 00nlrn00r Martha Margaret (Hinthorne) Wynn. L ...... ; ........ He entered eternal rest Sunday, January 25, [Yd William Eugene Turner of Cherryville, 2004, at the St. John's Mercy Hospital, ====:::_i." was born on Friday, April 6, 1956 in Washington, Missouri, at the age of 57 years, 3 :uis, Missouri to Jesse Louie Turner and months and 21 days. ,4- a"Fay- Cassidy Turner. He passed away Tom worked for Crawford County as the Road LC I _aly on Monday, January 26, 2004 at Maintenance Crew Supervisor. He later trans- ==:=:uri Baptist Hospital, Sullivan, Missouri ferred to the Missouri Department of age T February 5, 2004--- 7A of 47 years, 9 months and 20 days. ae served his country honorably in the ms . States Army for a short time. He later IA vs ]ed Sue,Gardner on November 4, 1978, in 'assedir Qlore s home in Steelville, Missouri and hearil-. Union two children were born. wd I ed to  !.ae Worked as a freight driver for !blefield's then owned and operated T & C Lring. St. Later on was a logger in the Timber DB L.ry " His hobbies were deer hunting, play- ed to Utgo, attending auctions, visiting friends wing. 0st of all spending time with his family. ; an, as preceded in death by his grandpar- filer .0yd and Mary Cassidy, uncle Jimmy 10 a. $ ay and nephew Richie White. 0e who remain to mourn his passing are s_ ^,St F ife Sue of the home; son Donald Eugene u-u4 u Ler and daughter Susan Fay Turner, all of Jille; his mother Fay Chandler and hus- er InC Don; mother-in-law Peggy Gilliam, all of VIfg. ille. Judg hrs Louise Turner of Sullivan, Missouri, alainfi and David Hanks of Steelville, Missouri, 7. .d Heath Wells of Salem, Missouri. Ralph and Patti Gilliam of i:ndaiuk, Arkansas. :.  v, h Doris and Glen Snyder of Arkansas, in Ia l .... i:[ l u d Harry Evans of House Sprangs, uncles Lloyd Jr. and Gay Cassidy, Bill Perry Cassidy, Terry Cassidy, all of niece Heather White of cousins, nieces, nephews, and many friends. was Wednesday, January 28, 2004 *P.m. at the Hutson Funeral Home, Missouri. were Thursday, January 29, 11 a.m. at the Hutson Funeral Home, Missouri with Roy. Delmar B. i: [ officiating. Burial at the Keysville tery, Keysville, Missouri. illl angements were under the direction of hon Funeral Home, Steelville, Missouri. Transportation. TOm retired from MoDOT. He was involved in several community civic func- tions. He was a member of the Steelville Volunteer Fire Department where he served as Fire Chief for many years. He was also a char- ter member of the Steelville Kiwanis Club. TOm professed his faith in God and Jesus Christ and was baptized at an early age. He was a member of the Pleasant Hill Baptist Church. Tom served his country in the military as a member of the United States Army National Guard. During this time, he was deployed to Honduras and the Panama Canal Zone. Tom was honorably discharged from the National Guard aRer 23 years of faithful and honorable service. In addition to his mother and father, TOm was preceded in death by a son, Jason Wynn, and his father-in-law Benton R. Hutcheson. Among those who remain to mourn his pass- ing are his devoted wife Lynda (Hutcheson) Wynn; two daughters, Jacqueline Wynn and special friend Alan Thorpe of Rockford, Illinois, and Janae Wynn of Cuba, Missouri; one son, Justin Wynn and wife Peggy of Steelville, Missouri; mother-in-law Mary Turnbough and special friend Harvey Hutson of Cuba, Missouri; the mother of his children, Liz Wynn of Cuba, Missouri and Evonne Thowbridge of Steelville, Missouri. Three brothers, Don Wynn and wife Susan of Pilot Knob, Missouri, Fran Wynn and friend Cindy Belvins, of Steelville, Missouri, Gary Wynn and wife Fayetta of Neosho, Missouri; step-daughter, Shauna and husband Justin O'Neal of Steelville, Missouri. Brothers-in-law, Calvert Hutcheson and wife Lez Anne and Joseph Hutcheson and wife Sherry, all of California; four grandchildren, Shelby, Libby and Kendall Wynn of Steelville, Missouri and Olivia Thorpe of Rockford, Illinois; nieces, nephews, cousins, other rela- tives, and many dear friends, MAJESTIC MONUMENTS , Created by: Marble & Granite Works , "Discount Prices, Everyday" 306 E. Washington, Cuba, MO 885-3533 "Dedicated Full Time Service For Over 100 Years" Open Mon. thru Fri. 9-5 Sat. 9-12 Sunday by Appointment Only Ct|)  tII Dale '00rom" Wynn Thomas Dale Wynn lay in state 3-8 p.m.  Dale "Ibm" Wynn was born Friday, Tuesday, January 27, 2004, at the Britton Brothers Funeral Home, Steelville, Missouri. 4, 1946, at Carlinville, Illinois, a son of Funeral services were held at 11 a.m. - - = wmra County Associate Court Docket Wing are the disposi- de in Crawford County t Court, January 20, ,.m. . garding Civil and Small atters, Judge J Kent .est 1 ld, Presiding. .5791 Li Civil Docket  Hills Property " ASsociation vs. Paula iil ' Cause passed general- ital One Bank vs. Donna a AKA. Dismissed by i Baptist Sullivan vs. lR'and Margaret F. Default judgment HI Cape vs" ThOmas R" d Ralph A. Brown, Jr. l,.  2/17/04 at 9 a.m. for t.10Ii, " W!lliam and Catherine L. 5" Margaret Helderle. 2/17/04 at 9 a.m. for ehold Finance Corp. vs. L. Lewis. Passed to at 9 a.m. for consent i Lt or dismissal. as Satterly, D.O. vs. . .  and Metta Pounds. Passed to 2/17/04 at 9 a.m. for announcement. Washington Co. Memorial Hospital vs. Billy J. and Peggy McClain. Passed to 2/10/04 t 9 a.m. for service on Peggy McClain. Missouri Baptist Sullivan vs. Kevin D. Proffer. Passed to 2/10/04 at 9 a.m. for service or dismissal. Missouri Baptist Sullivan vs. Cecil E. and Tara Mason. Default judgment entered. Missouri Baptist Sullivan vs. Kathy Thompson. Passed to 2/10/04 at 9 a.m. for service. Missouri Baptist Sullivan vs. Robert Turley. Passed to 2/10/04 at 9 a.m. for announce- mont. Phelps County Regional Medical Center vs. Kimberly Inskeep. Default judgment entered. Phelps County Regional Medical Center vs. David Lee Leslie. Passed to 2/10/04 at 9 a.m. for announcement. Asset Acceptance LLC vs. Lisa A. Kreamalmyer. Default judgment entered. Consumer Portfolio Services vs. Roger C. Asher. Passed to 2/10/04 at 9 a.m. for service. Asset Acceptance vs. Edward M. Kuhl. Passed to 2/10/04 at 9 a.m. for service. Focuscard Service vs. Leatha Setzer and Krystal Setzer. Passed to 2/10/04 at 9 a.m. for announcement. Bank of America vs. Keith W. Meyer Passed to 2/10/04 at 9 a.m. for announcement. Asset Acceptance vs. Johnny L. Brown. Passed to 2/10/04 at 9 a.m. for service. John C. Boat vs. DOR. Hearing held. Judgment in favor of the respondent is entered. Paul S. Marchi vs. David and Linda Porting. Defendant's motion to set aside default judgment is sustained. Case set for trial to the court on 2/2/04 at 2 p.m. Small Claims Docket Karen Goddard vs. Daniel Hollingshead. Hearing held. The court finds defendant owes plaintiff the sum of $500, plus court costs __..dln9: :icol T. herapy _ E;;Otional Therapy [ech Therapy 75 L COnvenient l|cetien t Setting ! nSed, Hi hi W.-- .h,/ | "ca rheropit i O O O O 0 , teelvulle Therapy Servnces Outpatnent Clinic I i 4 Ne |. w Member of the $teelville Health Care Community TREATMENTS AVAILABLE BY PHYSICIAN REFERRAL Geriatric Rehabilitation Pediatric Rehabilitation Sports Injuries Outpatient Joint Replacement / Rehabilitation // Outpatient Cardiac Rehabilitation Outpatient Intracranial Accident Rehabilitation (Stroke) - Workplace Injuries Orthotic Related IRehabilitation t Payment sources,!nclude: Insurance, Medicare & Private STEELVILLE THERAPY.SERVICES l-k: Street, Steelville, MO 65565 Hwy 19 South, across from entrance to Mill Springs Estates SO Pine Phone: 573-775-2605." Fax: 573-775-2542 | Incident Report January 3-Deputy Satter- field received a report of a dog that had been killed. The reporting party stated that she had been driving home at approximately 12:30 in the afternoon whenshe ob- served the dog laying par- tially in the roadway with its back legs tied together with a rope. January 4-Deputy Satter- field received information of possible drug activity at a residence on 110 Landers Road. Deputy Satterfield, Trooper Mathews and Corporal Whirr of the Missouri State High- way Patrol then proceeded to the area. . A short time later the own- ers gave consent to search the residence. A small safe con- taining drugs, and drug paraphernalia was found later. Ms. Janel Spoon admitted that the safe belonged to her and she was arrested a short time later. January S-Deputy Walk a took a walk in report of prop- erty damage. The reporting party stated that his Ford Ranger broke down on him at the intersec- tion of south Highway 19 and Woolsey Road on January 4 after 11 a.m. He further stated that he came back January 5 and his wind- shield had been broken. The damage was approximately $350 to repair the damage. January 5-Deputy Walka took a report of theft from a motor vehicle north of Cuba. The reporting party stated that he left his unlocked vehi- cle on his property while go- ing to town. He further stated that subjects unknown to him got into his vehicle and took a small gray tool box with misc. tools inside valued at $200. There were no witnesses or suspects at this time, further investigation to follow. Pastors Corner Charles Ledbcttcr, Pastor, Delhi Baptist Church Following Jesus  Luke 18:18-30 The Rich Ruler failed in his follow-ship. Riches kept him from following Jesus. He was a legalist, but keeping the law doesn't save you. He wanted to inherit eternal life, but eternal life is not inherited. You must be bern into the family of God. In Matthew 19:16, the ruler asked, "What good thing shall I do", but we aren't saved by doing good things. We are saved by believing and accepting Jesus as our Lord and Savior. Let us consider some who did follow Jesus. Simon Peter and Andrew, his brother, followed Jesus. Jesus said "Follow me and I will make you fishers of men." They followed Him. ,Tames and his brother, John, followed. When Jesus called them they left the ship and their father and followed Him. Jesus saw Matthew sitting at the receipt of customs and said, "Follow Me", and he arose and followed Him. Jesus said to Zacchaeus, "Make haste and come down, for today I must abide at thy house." He made haste and came down, and received Him joyfully. Sometimes the cost of following Jesus is great. Peter, Andrew, James and John left a profitable fishing business. Matthew left a high paying tax collector job. Zaeehaeus said, "The half of my goods I give to the poor, and ifI have taken anything from any man by false accusation, I restore him fourfold." What has it cost you to follow Jesus? The rewards of following Jesus are the greatest. The first and greatest is life eternal, where we can live with God forever, no end. The peace that God gives, when we yield ourselves to Him, and His service is amazing. The many blssing God has given, and still gives each day is abundant. Have you counted your blessings today? Count them and see what God has done. Following Jesus brings joys and blessings that money can't buy. This space Wovided by The Cuba Fr Press FULL HEARING AID CENTER FREE TESTING BRANDNAME HEARING AIDS & ACCESSORIES OF ALL KINDS DIGITAL & PROGRAMMABLE HEARING AIDS Licensed Hearing Aid Specialist - J.W. Kamper 35 years experience. On-site Repair or Free Loaner ROLLA "  CUBA SULLIVAN 700 S. Bishop 501 W. Washington No. 1 N. Outer Rd. 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