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The Cuba Free Press May 6, 2004--- 7A page 6A FN. Paquet hi. Paquet, 54, of St. Louis, Missouri on Saturday, May 1, 2004. Beloved Paquet (nee Radford); father of Sheila Paquet and Gary dear son of Norman and I Paquet; dear brother of Ted Paquet, Paquet II, Elizabeth Simpson (Bill), (Donald), Shaft Mareschal (Neal), and Kathi Paquet; dear nephew DeLay, Jerry and James Labruyere; 'uncle, great-uncle, cousin, brother-in- friend. was a member of U.A.W. - #136. Ralph Schoen Schoen was born Sunday 6, 1925, at Owensville, Missouri, a late Fred Henry Schoen and Mamie (nee Luhftng). this life Sunday April 25, 2004, Care Center, Steelville, Missouri, of 78 years, 4 months and 19 days. Missouri, May 22, 1948, Milford in marriage to May Viola Grayson. la bus driver for Crawford County R-III Before driving the bus, he and the Wayside Inn for twelve enjoyed over 52 years together, death January 30, 2001. was preceded in death by a step- Violet Ann Luhring. those who remain to mourn his pass- step-son, Noel Glen Grayson and of Steelville, Missouri; one sister, husband Clinton of Steelville, Missouri; one brother, Everett Schoen and wife Rosalee of Salem, Missouri; five grandchildren, Lena and husband Rod Halbert, Roger Grayson and wife Kim, Alan Grayson and wife Wanda, and Sally Luhftng, all of Steelville, Missouri, Missy and husband Drew Stubblefield of Cuba, Missouri; 13 great grandchildren, Nicole and husband Tony Smith, Buffy and husband Chris Case, Sarah and husband J.P.Dunn, Schoen and wife Kendall Grayson, Adam Grayson, Samantha Grayson, Jessica Stubblefield, Andy Stubblefield, Erin Stubblefield, Matt Stubblefield, Kyle Grayson, Kara Grayson and Dillon Grayson; four great great grandchildren, Elizabeth, Johnny, Jackson and Sophie; nieces and nephews, Janet Hopkins of Cedar Hill, Missouri; Joan Gillam and husband Sonny of Sullivan, Missouri; Barry Hinch and wife Judy of St. Charles, Missouri; Bonnie Brice and hus- band John of Steelville, Missouri; and John Schoen of Cherryville, Missouri; cousins, other relatives and many friends. Milford Ralph Schoen lay in state 6-8 p.m. Monday, April 26, 2004, at the Britton Bros. Funeral Home, Steelville, Missouri. Funeral services were held 11 a.m. Tuesday, April 27, 2004, in the Britton Chapel with grandson Adam Grayson officiating, Dr. Cardis Bryan and Schoen Grayson assisting. Musical selections were provided by Danny Gruver vocalist, with pianist Erin Stubblefield and Ava Britton. Committal prayers and interment were in Steelville Cemetery, Steelville, Missouri. Serving as pallbearers were Schoen, Kyle and Dillon Grayson, Andy and Matt Stubblefield and Tony Smith. Arrangements were entrusted to the direc- tion of Bfttton Funeral Home, Steelville, 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 cfp-ss fin County Sheriff's Incident Report 29-Deputy More- of a domes- involving a South of Steelville. juvenile mother's she and her 14 son had an argu- that morning, her son would not video games and t for school. stated that her very irate during and he cursed Lad punched several the wall of their Year-old tlaen left the on foot and began toward Steelville. later located by his was filed and for- to the juvenile office. 31-Deputy Walka damage report of Leasburg. Porting party stated March 30 after 8 March 31 before 7 subjects cut that is used for make entry to his stated that it cost ately $25 to replace it has happened time there is no wit- SUspects. 30-Chief Deputy Deputy Moreland to a trespassing Valley Road. party reported a female on his and that he removed., Upon deputies tried to talk she seemed very and appeared to be tyPe of drugs. could not gather information from she was finally d to the Sheriffs for 12 hours safekeeping. March 30-Chief Deputy Walls and Deputy Moreland responded to a call in the southern part of the county for a possible brush hogging ac- cident. Upon arrival it was learned that a tree trimming com- pany was doing work on a machine and a white male employee of the company was accidentally hit by the blades on the machine and was killed as a result of the acci- dent. The victim was from the Mineral Point area. The coroner arrived on the scene and the body was turned over to him. At this time it appears that the death was accidental. March 30-Deputy More- land took a report of lost or stolen property in the Leasburg area. The victim stated that he recently noticed that a calf was missing from his farm. The victim described the calf as weighing about 100 pounds, black with white on its face and a black ring around its right eye. The victim last saw the calf on March 24 and stated that calf was being chased by stray dogs at that time. However, he is unsure whether or not it was lost or stolen. March 30-Deputy More- land took a report of a motor vehicle accident at a resi- dence, north of Cuba. The owner of a 1986 Fleet- wood Pace Arrow recreation vehicle has arrived at a friend's residence in the Cuba area and had parked the Fleetwood about 60 feet west of his friend's house. The owner of the Fleetwood then went back to the Fleet- wood to move it forward and level it and when he started the Fleetwood, it began roll- ing forward and the brakes, would not hold. The front end of the Fleetwood struck the front end of a 1995 maroon Chevrolet S-10 pickup, which was also parked in the driveway. The Fleetwood continued to roll forward and pushed the S-10 into the northwest corner of the house, completely de- stroying the walls at the cor- ner of the house. The S-10 came to rest par- tially inside the house and the Fleetwood continued roll- ing into the backyard of the residence before it finally came to a stop. A red 1996 GMC 1500 pickup in tow behind the Fleetwood was also damaged. No one was injured in the incident. BUCKLE UP! i Sheriff's Report April 26-May 2, 2004 04/26/04 Steven M. Hirschvogel, 38, Linn, was arrested on a probation/parole violation warrant for the origi- nal charge of driving while revoked. He remains in custody. 04/27/04 Garry C. Williams, 19, Cuba, was arrested on a 20- hour hold domestic assault third degree, third offense. He was released after 20 hours with warrants being applied for. 04/28/04 Michael W. Dunn, Jr., 18, Steelville, was arrested on a warrant for the charge of driver fail to fasten seatbelt. He was released on bond. 04/29/04 Jana R. Kauble, 20, Innsbrook, was arrested on a warrant for the charge of exceed- ing the posted speed limit. She was released on bond. 04/29/04 Timothy L. Dugger, 37, Cuba, was arrested on a Clinton County, Illinois warrant for the charge of burglary/break- ing and entering. He remains in custody. 04/29/04 Marcus D. Porter, 25, St. Louis, was arrested on warrants for the charges of failed to display plates on motor vehicle/trailer, failure to main- tain financial responsibility and failure to register motor vehi- cle/trailer. He was released with time served. 04/29/04 Troy A. Foshee, 36, Dillard, was arrested on a war- rant for the charge of possession of a controlled substance. He remains in custody. 04/30104 Peter R. Deliski, 36, Newburg, was arrested on two Camden County warrants, both for the same charge of violation of an order of protection. He remains in custody. 04/30/04 Christopher T. Fisher, 19, Bourbon, was arrest- ed on a Newton county warrant for the charge of failure to appear on the original charge of passing bad checks. He was released on bond. 04/30/04 Timothy E. Simonson, 45, Steelville, was arrested on two warrants for the charges of assault on law enforcement officer, third degree and driving while intoxicated. He remains in custody. 04/30/04 Robert J. White, 39, Leasburg, was arrested on three Franklin County warrants for the charges of failure to appear on the original charges of driv- ing while revoked, displaying invalid plates and failure to reg- ister a mother vehicle. He remains in custody. 04/30/04 Nicholas B. Thomeczek, 18, St. Charles, was arrested on a St. Charles war- rant for the charge of failure to stop at designated line. He was released on bond. 05/02/04 Dean L. 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