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For the ecord 6A The Cuba May 29, 2003 ..... --'- --: --__ :'-- z m y, M Missouri State Hnghway Patrol Obituaries ;.1. |Cente Those who survwe to mourn her passing are senger in the vehicle, anrs'a ', i4 l Ned K. Dorf Ned K. Dorf of Cuba, Mo. was born on January 2, 1963 in Sullivan, Mo. to Spencer Roosevelt Dorf and Joyce Ann Davis Doff. He passed away at St. John's Mercy Hospital, St. Louis, Mo. on May 21, 2003 at the age of 40 years, 4 months and 19 days. Ned married Tammy Weaver on July 27, 1989 in Steelville, Mo. and to this union two children were born. Ned served honorably in the United States Navy for four years. He was later employed by Meramec Electrical Products in Quality Assurance for 12 years at Cuba, Mo. Ned was an avid sports fan of football, softball, golf, horseracing, NASCAR, and especially baseball. He loved his family and enjoyed spending time with them. Ned was preceded in death by his father Spencer Dorf, one brother Phil Doff, father-in- law Charlie Weaver, and brother-in-law Dewayne Weaver. Those who remain to mourn his passing are his wife Tammy, children Shelby LeAnn Doff, age 11 years, and Colby Lane Doff, age 8 year, all of the home; mother Joyce Dorf of Cuba, Mo.; mother-in-law Elsie Weaver of Steelville, Mo.; brothers Robert Doff of Steelville, Mo., Davis Doff of Kremmling, Colorado; sisters, Judy Chinners (Larry) of Caseyville, Illinois, Penny Sanders (Jerry), Lois Doff, all of Fenton, Mo., Jeanette Green (Bill) of Springfield, Mo., and Nanette Doff of Cuba, Mo.; sister-in-laws and brothers-in-laws James "Bo" Weaver (Chris), Tim Weaver s all of Steelville, Mo., Kay Becker (Dan) of Ballwin, Mo., Anna Staples (Ken), Kim Weaver, all of Cuba, Mo., Brenda Marz (Robert) of Rolla, Mo.; nieces, nephews, cousins and many friends. Ned will be missed by many who enjoyed his humor, honesty, and passion for sports. Visitation was Friday, May 23, 2003 from 6-9 p.m. at Hutson Funeral Home, Steelville, Mo. Funeral services were Saturday, May 24, 2003 at 1 p.m. at Hutson Funeral Home, Steelville, Mo. with Elder Berlie Turnbough officiating. Burial was in Martin Trask Cemetery, Cherryville, Mo. with pallbearers Art Hughes, Buddy Hughes, Jerry Montgomery, Dan Sanazaro, Bobby Morris, and Dennis Dryer. All arrangements under the direction of Hutson Funeral Home, Steelville, Mo. In lieu of flowers family suggests memorials given to the college fund for Shelby and Colby. Edith Irene Hedrick Edith Irene Hedrick nee Kriegbaum was born Tuesday, April 14, 1936, at Richwoods, Missouri, daughter of the late Frank Kriegbaum and Myrtle Kriegbaum nee Fredenburg. She entered eternal rest Monday, May 19, 2003, at Salem, Missouri, at the age of 67 years, 1 month, and 5 days. In 1960, Edith was united in marriage to Orville Hedrick and they enjoyed over 42 years together. In addition to her parents, two sons Clifford Hedrick and Orvin Hedrick preceded Edith in death. Among those who remain to mourn her pass- ing are her husband, Orville Hedrick of Boss, Missouri; four sons, Frank Hedrick and wife Sarafina of Viburnum, Missouri, Wayne and Ronnie Hedrick both of Hancock, Wisconsin, and Robert Hedrick of Bonne Terre, Missouri; four daughters, Eva Dixon of Payson, Arizona, Sue Durrant and husband Mark of Hancock, Wisconsin, Barbara Sturdevant and husband Matt also of Hancock, and Linda Hayes and husband Herbert of Lincoln, Pennsylvania. Two brothers Wesley and Gib Kriegbaum both of Potosi, Missouri, sister-in-law Bonnie Bohann of Piedmont, Missouri, 15 grandchil- dren, other relatives and many friends. Edith Irene Hedrick lay in state 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Thursday, May 22, 2003 St the Britton Brothers Funeral Home of Steelville, Missouri. Funeral services were held at I p.m. Thursday, May 22, 2003, in the Britton Chapel with Rev. Paul Davis officiating. Committal prayers and interment were in Boss Cemetery, Boss, Missouri. Serving as pall- bearers were John Kane Jr., Cecil Orr, Darrell Pryor, Randy Pryor, Noel Reeves and Heath Townley. Arrangements were under the direction of Britton Funeral Home, Steelville, Missouri. Carol Helvey Carol Helvey nee Walker was born January 1, 1944 in Mary Ridge, Missouri and passed away May 18, 2003 at her residence in Portage Des Sioux, Missouri at the age of 59 years. Carol was a secretary in the metal industry, working for Vincent Metals for over 31 years. She was preceded in death by her father Orville Walker, and sister-in-law Penny Walker of St. Ann, Missouri. her husband Louis Earl Helvey of Portage Des Sioux, Missouri; her mother Ruth Walker of Louisiana, Missouri; step daughter Mary Kennedy and husband Ken of Albertson, Nor h Carolina; step son Ronald L. Helvey and wife Elaine of Schaumberg, Illinois. Three brothers Robert Walker of St. Ann, Missouri, Richard Walker of Louisiana, Missouri, and Donald Walker and wife Alice of Foley, Missouri; grandson Kenneth Kennedy of Albertson, North Carolina; and granddaughter Kimberly Wells of Albertson, North Carolina. Visitation for Carol Helvey nee Walker was May 21, 2003 from 4-8 p.m. at the Baue Funeral Home in St. Charles, Missouri. Funeral services were held May 22, 2003 at 10 a.m. at the Baue Chapel of St. Charles. Interment in the St. Charles Memorial Gardens, St. Charles, Missouri. Charles Thomas Mull Charles Thomas Mull of Cuba, Missouri was born on June 27, 1918 in Hardin County, Illinois to LOuis Mull and Mary Price Mull. He passed away at his home on May 21, 2003 at the age of 84 years, 10 months and 24 days. Charles was married to Helen Evelyn Smith on January 6, 1945 in Venice Illinois and three children were born to this union. Charles was a steam fitter welder in con- struction for Local 33 based in Des Moines, Iowa. From there, he traveled all over the coun- try doing his trade. He enjoyed going to gun shows, turkey shoots and sporting goods stores. He also enjoyed hunting and fishing and loved his dogs. Charles was a member of the Local 33 Union and the VFW. He was preceded in death by his parents, his wife Helen, brother Leslie Mull, great grand- children Alyssa Brown and Jeffery Harris II. Those who remain to mourn his passing are his daughters Mary Brown and husband Rodney, Patty Brown and husband Richard, his son Thomas Mull and wife Judy all of Cuba, Missouri. One brother Sam Mull of Shawneetown, Illinois and one sister Mary Schoney of Montgomery, Illinois; many grandchildren, great grandchildren, nieces, nephews, cousins, and friends. rmitation was held on Thursday, May 22 from 6-8 p.m. at Hutson Funeral Home in Cuba. era! services weee.FriebW, May 23 at 2 p.m. at Hutson Funeral Home, Cuba, with Chaplain Windle Starnes officiating. Burial was on the family farm on Powers Rd, in Cuba, with pallbearers: Thomas Mull, Charles Mull, Donald Brown, Richard Brown, Michael Brown, and Tony Durham. Honorary pallbearers Rodger Brown and Chris Durham. All arrangements were under the direction of Hutson Funeral Home, Cuba, Missouri. Harold W. Ray Harold W. Ray of Leasburg, Missouri was born on May 16, 1910 at Leasburg, Missouri to the union of William Ray and Dora Ellen (Kenworthy) Ray and passed away at the Meramec Nursing Center in Sullivan, Missouri on May 19, 2003 at the age of 93 years and three days. On March 4, 1933 Harold was united in mar- riage to LuciUe H. Brewer at Leasburg, Missouri. They have been happily married for 70 years. One son, Harold, and three daugh- ters, Gail, Joan and Jean, were born to this union. He was preceded in death by his parents; two sisters, Eulah Eaton and Golden Puckett; two brothers, Cecil and Clarence Ray; one daughter, Jean Ray; and one son-in-law, Edwin Woodruff. Harold was a long time resident of Leasburg, Missouri, a member of the Crossroads Baptist Church and for many years was in charge of the Crossroads Cemetery at Leasburg, Missouri. Those who survive to mourn his passing from this life are his loving wife Lucille H. Ray of the home in Leasburg; one son Harold M. Ray and wife Dorothy of Potosi, Missouri; two daughters, Joan Woodruff of Bourbon, Missouri and Gaff Stephens and husband Neff of Leasburg, Missouri. Nine grandchildren, 15 great grandchildren, nieces, nephews, cousins, other relatives and many friends. Harold was a devoted husband, loving father, brother, grandfather, great grandfather, uncle, cousin and good friend to all who knew him and will be sadly missed. Harold W. Ray was in state at the Britton Funeral Home of Cuba, Missouri where funeral services were held Wednesday, May 21, 2003 at 11 a.m. with Rev. Bobby Higgins and Jim Delacourt officiating. Interment was in the Crossroads Cemetery, Leasburg, Missouri. All arrangements were under the direction of the Britton Funeral Home of Cuba, Missouri. See Obituaries page 7A For all your printing needs Business forms Handbills Business cards Personal printing Brochures Monthly newsletters Cuba Free Press -- 573-885-7460 Crawford County. An accident occurred on May 23 one-half mile south of Cuba on Highway 19 at 2:50 a.m. A southbound 1996 Chevrolet, driven by John Bolin, 43, of Steelville, failed to stop for a Highway Patrol officer. Bolin proceeded to run off the right side of the road and struck a sign and a tree before his vehicle came to rest. .- Troop I of the Missouri State Highway Patrol :veoded one acciderrt fom May 19 to May 23 in Bolin sustained moderate injuries taken to Phelps County Regional M hAr Center by North Crawford County Ambu!, Wel McCusker sustained moderate injurie'rn was taken to Missouri Baptist Hospi._ anAz Sullivan by North Crawford County AmbuFg e t Citations are pending for Bolin. Bolin w t 11, wearing his seatbelt. McCusker was wear dditi seatbelt. |_Six bl Joseph McCusker, 57, of St. Louis, was a pas- There was total damage to the Chevrole er Br efiel, ..Crawfrd County Shernff's Incndent Repor0000i00 21-Deputy Walka The subjects were drag rac- ing party filed a comfy ing four wheelers on the road- and the subject was issde: way and creating a distur- summons and released a  April o: was dispatched to the area of Y Hwy MM outside of Leasburg a] for a horse in the roadway, bance in the area. The report- time later, t"ck' While in route Deputy ci R Walka was advised that a " female had t00ken the horse her residence on Highway * '* * '* * Mi., MM and would wait for his arrival. Deputy Walka ar- rived and was met by the re- porting party who had a paint stud horse in her barn. The animal looked like it had not eaten in awhile and had sev- eral cuts that were open and some bleeding. This case was turned over to the Humane Society of Missouri for fur- ther investigation. May 1-Deputy Walka was radiodispatched to a drive off at a gas station in the south part of the county. Deputy Walka arrived and met the reporting party who stated that two white males i n a red Ford Ranger ext-cab pickup left without paying for $15 of unleaded fuel and was traveling west on Hwy 49. He told Deputy Walka that one of the suspects was about 6 ft. tall and blonde hair with brown shorts. The owner ad- vised that he will press charges if the suspects are caught. May 4-Deputy Satterfield received a report of peace dis- turbance in the area of Liberty Road and Centerpoint Road. POWER ND' PENTECOST SUNDAY June 7 & 8 Saturday Night 7:00 pm -- Sunday 10:00 am & 4:00 pm Under the Tent, beside Mace's Grocery just off Highway 19 in Cuba Worship Music By: "The Crystal River Band" Preaching by: Rev. James Self About 2000 years ago, Jesus Christ founded His Church in the city of Jerusalem on the PentecosL The name Pentecost means nothing, but the experience of that day means everything. took place on that day was 3,120 men, women, and children received the baptism of the Holy of God. It so impacted that city that some said "you have turned this city upside down..." That friend is real POWER. God's Word declares that this experience was for =as many as the Lord Ood shall call!" Is God still calling people today? YES, and this experience is real and for you tll Plany in this area ar. receiving the Holy Spirit every week from many different denominations, in asked in Acts 19 Have you received the Holy Ghost SINCE you believed? They had not  and many have not today. This is your opportuni-lty to be in a place where many will receive o experience for the very first time in their life. LI It crosses aft denominations, it crosseS j racial, ethnic, and social barriers. IT 15 ,i(,J'/,'/, FOR YOU! God is moving in a very cial way for those who are hungry and : /;,'i : dare to try God one more time! Has gion let you down? Have men :led :.::;::. you? Are you tired of ritualistic, dea.( z church services? Are you ready  a /'!i: real change in your life? If so, this I end is just what you have been Iookinfor. Called POWER WEEKEND, bec I the focus is on receiving the power oP'''the Holy Spirit just like the Bible  es to receive it in the book of Acts. Come to watch, come to feel, come to experience a reviVa the Day of PentecosL Don't miss this outpouring of God's Spidt in Cuba. Good Frida was Easter was awesome, but nothing compares to what happened in Jerusalem on the Day You can have this same Bible experience during Power Weekend. Everyone is welcome, no what you wear, no matter how you are living, no matter where you go to church or if you go to this weekend is for all people everywhere. Come and experience real Pentecost! 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