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The Cuba Free Press February 6, 2003 --- 7A from page 6A A. Schomisch Albert Schomisch of St. Clair, Mo. to Clarence Schomisch and Carol Schomisch on July 6, 1961 in in. He passed away on February 1, 2003 at Missouri Baptist St. Louis, Mo. at the age of 41 years, 6 25 days. served his country in the United Air Force and was honorably discharged. 19, 1983 he married Sheila Hill in and to this union one son was Martin worked for CCX Trucking Co. in His hobbies were fishing, hunting and enjoying the outdoors. was preceded in death by his grandpar- who remain to mourn his passing are wife Sheila and son Randy James of the home; parents Clarence and of Bourbon, Missouri; step Deann Frias and husband Mark of grandson Trevor; brother of Tulsa, Oklahoma; sisters Pettis and husband Johnny of Ft. Texas, Wanda Green and husband Ed of Oklahoma; brother-in-laws and sister- Steve Warren of Indiana, Charles and wife Edith of Alabama, Betty and husband Ken of Florida, Carolyn and husband Maurice of Florida, Donna and husband Butch of Alabama; three niece; best friends Stand and cousins, many relatives and Schomisch was cremated and no ! service was held. All arrangements under of Hutson Funeral Home, Cuba, MAJESTIC M{)N00IMENTS ,. 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 cfp-ss fin Lee Schondelmeyer r Lee Schondelmeyer, age 82, of Missouri and a former resident of City, Missouri, died January 27, 2003 Nursing Home in Columbia, June 18, 1920, at Lebanon, John Lee and Lucy Burns Ward me 11, 1945, at Lebanon, to Raymond A. Schondelmeyer, who in death April 22, 2000. was a graduate of School and attended College, Campbellsville, The West States Teachers College, Kentucky and the University of First Presbyterian City, where she served on within her church. She was a and was an active volunteer in taught elementary and Missouri for 20 years Was District Manager for Field Educational Corporation/World to mourn her two sons, Dr. R. Schondelmeyer, William R. Schondelmeyer, both of ; daughters Pamela and of Ames, Iowa and Patty and of St. Peters, Missouri. and Davie Greenwell of Kentucky; nine grandchildren; one and three great grandchildren. services were held Thursday, at 3 ,.m. at the First Presbyterian City, Missouri. Rev. Beard officiating. Interment was in Cemetery. from 6-8 p.m. Wednesday, Buescher Memorial Funeral was in charge of the arrangements. in Steelville for where he pastored the Steelville Church. "Ralph" Thompson Thompson was born 5, 1914 in Goodwater, Mo. Robert Frank Thompson and Louisa and departed this life at the Nursing Home in Thursday, January 30, 2003 at the age of 88 years, 1 month and 25 days. Ralph married Edith Mincher on August 6, 1938 in Goodwater, Mo. and to this union three children were born. Ralph worked as a tree trimmer for Shade Tree Services for many years; he also worked in St. Louis at the Independent Swiss Meatpacking Company. Ralph began a large horse and mule operation in 1959 in Belgrade, Mo. and sold and traded throughout the are until retirement. Ralph accepted the Lord at an early age and rededicated his life to the Lord in 1989 and attended the Potosi Church of Christ as long as his health permitted. Ralph was a member of the Ozark Trail Blazers, and the Washington County Coon Hunters Association; he enjoyed raising horses, hunting, and spending time with his family. Ralph was preceded in death by five broth- ers, Lloyd, Roy, Paul, and infant George Ray; one sister Glorena Mayberry, two grandsons David and Raja Thompson, and one great granddaughter Mallory Lee Webster. Those who remain to mourn his passing are his loving wife Edith Thompson of Viburnum, Mo.; his children Freda Parrett and husband Paul of Nashville, Tennessee; Jim Thompson and wife Fern .of Davisville, Mo.; and Allen Thompson and wife Linda of Fenton, Mo.; 11 grandchildren, 15 great grandchildren. One brother, Leonard Thompson, of Salem, Mo.; and one sister, Mae Kline, of Belle, Mo.; nieces, nephews, cousins, other relatives and many friends all who will fondly remember and sadly miss Frankie "Ralph" Thompson. Visitation was held from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. Friday, January 31, 2003 at the Hutson Funeral Home in Steelville, Mo. Funeral service was held Saturday, February 1, 2003 at the Hutson Funeral Chapel in Steelville, Mo. with Pastor George Civey offici- ating. Pallbearers were Dan Thompson, Tom Smith, Charlie K]ine, Scott Parrett, Eric Thompson, and Sheldon Webster. Honorary Pallbearer was Jim Thompson, Jr. Burial was in the Viburnum Cemetery in Viburnum, Mo. All arrangements under the direction of the Hutson Funeral Home in Steelville, Mo. Lindell Arthur Wilson Lindell Arthur Wilson was born Monday July 22, 1918 at Steelville, Missouri, a son of the late Charlie Virgil Wilson and Josie Alzada Gilliam Wilson. He entered eternal life Sunday, January 26, 2003, at the DePaul Community Health Center, Bridgeton, Missouri, at the age of 84 years, 6 months and 4 days. He was a graduate of Steelville High School, a member of the class of 1939. On Saturday July 19, 1941, at Waynesville, Missouri, Lindell was secretly married to Norrna E. Condray, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Condray, of Salem, Missouri. One son, Larry was born to this union. They have enjoyed over 61 years together. Lindell served his country in the United States Navy during World War II, during which time he received the Asiatic Pacific Area Ribbon and the World War II Victory Ribbon. He was a member of Lake St. Louis Baptist Church and taught Sunday School for many years. He was also a member of AFL-CIO Tool and Die Union. In addition to his parents he was preceded in death by one brother, Floyd "Hoot" Wilson and one sister, Norma Or.ene Vaughan. Among those who remain to mourn his pass- ing are his wife Norma E. Wilson of St. Louis, Missouri; their son, Larry Wilson and wife Janice of St. Louis, Missouri; one brother, Charles Eugene Wilson and wife Harriet of California; one grandson, Larry A. Wilson, Jr. of St. Louis, Missouri; nieces, nephews, other rela- tives and many friends. Lindell Arthur Wilson lay in state 10 a.m.-2 p.m. Thursday January 30, 2003, at the Britton Bros. Funeral Home, Steelville, Missouri. Funeral services were held 2 p.m. Thursday, January 30, 2003, in the Britton Chapel with Dr. Cardis Bryan officiating. Committal prayers and interment were in Steelville Cemetery, Steelville, Missouri. Pallbearers were Ron Condary, Steve Eads, Ken Halbert, David Hedrick, Bob Schaffer and Ron Vaughan. Arrangements were under the direc- tion of Britton Funeral Home, Steelville, Missouri. Crawford County Sheriff's Report 27. Feb. 2, 2003 Derrick L. 29, Maryland on a pro- for the of possession of substance. He custody. David D. Jamieson, was arrested on a the charge of oper- on a high- a valid operator's was released on Kevin L. White, 26, Was arrested on a for the charge of Use of a weapon and of possession of Weapon and posses- COntrolled substance. was issued for the charge and he was bond. Anthony W. Davis, was arrested on a warrant for the charge of felony stealing. He remains in custody. 01/30/03 Charles J. Belfield, 37, Puxico, was arrested on a warrant for the charge of man- ufacturing a controlled sub- stance. He was released on bond. 01/30/03 Lona J. Serafin, 32, Robertsville, was arrested on a warrant for the charge of man- ufacturing a controlled sub- stance. She was released on bond. 01/30/03 Alexander M. Wright, 41, Steelville, was arrested on a warrant for the charge of domestic assault third degree. He remains in custody. 01/31/03 Robert D. Santonge, 32, Cuba, was arrested on warrants for the charges of operating a motor vehicle on the highway without a valid operator's permit and exceeding the posted speed limit. He was released on bond. 02/01/03 Arthur W. Hollingshead, 30, Cuba, was arrested on a twenty hour hold for domestic violence. He was released after twenty hours. 02/01/03 Shawn P. Hudson, 37, Davisville, was arrested on the charges of unlawful use of a weapon and assault second degree. He was released after twenty hours with warrants being applied for. HOME Call Century,00 FRIENDS for details 573"885"36338 / Crawford County Sheriff's Incident Report January 12-Deputy More- land took a report of a bur- glary in the Steelville area. The victim stated that on January 12 he discovered that someone had broken into his vacant mobile home by pry- ing open the back door and numerous items were stolen from inside including a washing machine and dryer valued at $550 total and a kitchen table with three wooden chairs valued at $300. Several large holes were discovered in the walls in- side of the mobile home. One hole in the bedroom wall con- tained several items of drug paraphernalia. The victim believes that a former tenant is responsible for the burglary and damage to the mobile home as well as manufacturing and consum- ing drugs inside of the mo- bile home. January 16-Deputy Gris- som responded to a domestic disturbance in the Sullivan area. A female suspect was ar- rested for assaulting her mother and her mother's boy- friend. She was incarcerated in the Crawford County Jail. She was issued a summons for the assault. January 16-Deputy Gris- som investigated a domestic disturbance involving an ex- wife and a current girl- friend. The girlfriend stated that the biological mother as- saulted one of her daughters, after the father was jailed on prior charges. The juvenile office and the Division of Family Services are also investigating this case. January 16--Deputy Gris- som took a report of domestic assault and endangering the welfare of a child. The victim stated that her husband has assaulted her and he had pointed a gun at her several times. She stated that this occurred in front of her kids. A warrant was applied for on the male subject. January 17-Deputy Gris- som took a stolen vehicle re- port from a resident east of Steelville. The victim reported that her 1998 Plymouth Neon was sto- len from her driveway. The vehicle was recovered by Deputy Grissom on Scotia Ranch Road, south of Onon- daga Cave State Park. The vehicle was badly burned. An investigation is ongo- ing by Deputy Grissom and the State Fire Marshall's Of- fice. FULL HEARING AID CENTER FREE TESTING BRANDNAME HEARING AIDS & ACCESSORIES OF ALL KINDS Certified Hearing Aid Specialist-J.W. Kamper 33 years experience. On-site Repair or Free Loaner ROLLA ' CUBA 700 S. Bishop 501 W. Washington 673-364-8784 573-885-2280 I SULLIVAN No. 1 N. Outer Rd. East 573-468-4288, TMC-TFN l 775-212a I Ou_ Famdv Serving Yours ; community for over 85 years Sdtton Funeral Home offers this space to non-profit organizations and churches for advertising special events. We are happy to supply this service to the community. Just fill in your special event and bdng it by the office. SWEETHEART BANQUET Golden Echoes of Steelville. Roast Beef & Fried Chicken. (And all the trim- mings). Sunday, Feb. 9 at 11 :O0 am to 2:00 pro. Adults $6.00, Children 6-12 $3.00, Under 6 FREE. Coronation of King & Queen at 1:30 pro. .THE CUBA ARTS COUNCIL PRESENTS A COUNTRY FRENCH GOURMET DINNER Friday, Feb. 14, 2003 at the Wallace House. Limited seatings at 5:30 and 8:30 pro. $25.00 per person. Call 885-7960 or 885-2456 for reservations. cfp 2/6  ...... ;,, : ii, ,; : ; ; OZAR KS H EALTH SERVICES ST. JOHN'S OZARKm HF.ALTH ES 114 Downey Place Cuba, MO 65453 573-885-3358 800-561-4469 Hours Monday - Thursday 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. Friday 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Walk-ins and same day appointments welcome TANYA AMYX, FNP AND DR. THOMAS GIBBON Member of the Sisters of Mercy Health System cl /23 od