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3/2-Fried chicken, mashed
potatoes and gravy, green
beans, hot rolls, cake and ice
cream, Happy Birthday
3/3-Pulled pork on a bun,
roasted potatoes, baked beans,
dessert
3/4-Biscuits and gravy, eggs,
hash browns, mixed fruit
3/5-Smothered steak, loaded
potatoes, spinach salad, banana bar, bread and butter
3/6-Chicken strips, scalloped corn, pasta salad, applesauce, hot roll
3/9-Ham loaf, scalloped
potatoes, broccoli casserole,
peaches, bread
3/10-Hot beef sandwich,
mashed potatoes, green beans,
pumpkin dessert
3/11-Soup, deli sandwich,
crackers, brownies
3/12-Sloppy Joes, threebean salad, French fries, fruit
salad
3/13-Ham and beans, coleslaw, pickeled beets, corn
bread, fruit crisp
3/16-Chicken parmesan
over pasta, lettuce salad, garlic
bread, pudding
3/17-St. Patricks Day-Reuben sandwich, baby baker potatoes, corn, St. Pats dessert
3/18-Liver and onions or
Polish dogs, parsley potatoes,
lima beans, fruit salad
3/19-Beef and noodles,
mashed potatoes, carrots, hot
roll, cobbler
3/20-Chef salad, tomatoes,
strawberry shortcake
3/23-Goulash, lettuce salad,
garlic bread, juice, pudding
3/24-Smothered steak, hash
brown casserole, green beans,
fruit crisp, bread
3/25-Cheeseburger, French
fries, broccoli salad, sherbet
3/26-Chili, crackers, pears,
cinnamon rolls
3/27-Fish, coleslaw, baked
beans, mandarin oranges, corn
bread
3/30-Meat loaf, baked potato, California blend, pears,
bread and butter
3/31-Baked ham, sweet potato casserole, peas, pineapple
upside down, corn bread

It all starts with newspapers!

In accordance with USDA policy, we do not discriminate on the basis of race, color, sex, age, handicap,
religion, or national origin.

Thursday, February 26, 2015 - Page 6

Girls lose to Lady Mustangs


The Tarkio High School
Lady Indian Basketball
Team traveled to Hopkins,
MO, to compete on Friday,
February 20, 2015. The Lady
Indians lost to the North
Nodaway Lady Mustangs
by a score of 41-49. This was
the last regular season game
for the girls, who compete in
Districts this week.
Emily Graves led the
Lady Indians with 20 points
(three three-pointers). She
also had three assists, three
steals, and four rebounds.
Hadley Barnett added 12

points to Tarkios score and


had one assist and one rebound. Gentri Staten scored
seven points (one threepointer) and had one assist
and two rebounds. Christina
Hall added two points and
had one assist, two steals,
and eight rebounds. Shelby
McCartney led the Lady Indians in rebounds with 11
and she also had one steal.
Madison Ohrt had one assist, one steal, and four erebounds and Tawni Martin
had one rebound.

9th Battle of
the Books

Boys fall to Lady Mustangs


The Tarkio High School
Indian Basketball Team
traveled to Hopkins, MO, to
compete on Friday, February 20, 2015. The Indians
were defeated by the North
Nodaway Mustangs by a
score of 48-61. This was the
last regular season game for
the Indians, who compete in
Districts this week.

Connor Shaw led the Indians in scoring with 27


points. Seth Fletcher added
10 points (two three-pointers). Brendon Bruns had
seven points and Luis Villagrana had four. Coach Robbie Bates remarked, We
played solid in stretches.
We just could not get stops
when we needed them.

Free screenings for children

The Parents As Teachers


program at Tarkio R-I will
be conducting free screenings for children ages 3-5
that will NOT be going into
kindergarten this fall. These
screenings include developmental areas such as motor
skills, language, and concepts using the DIAL-4 (Developmental Indicators for
the Assessment of Learn-

ing.) Hearing and vision


screenings will be performed
as well. Screenings will take
place on Friday, March 13,
from 8 a.m.-3 p.m. at the
Tarkio Elementary School.
Call the elementary office
at 660-736-4177 to set up an
appointment, or call or text
Shannon Bruns, P.A.T. Parent Educator, at 660-5413914.

JIMI ELDER, LEFT - Megan Lee, right, compare the difference in density between cold water and hot water.
(Submitted Photo)

Tarkio Jr. High Science Club

The Tarkio Junior High


Science Club recently met
and learned about the difference in density between
hot water and cold water.
Students used a jar of cold
water, a jar of hot water, food
coloring, and a jar lid.
Students filled one jar
with hot water and added
red food coloring to it. Then
students added cold water into the second jar and
added blue food coloring.
Students placed the red jar
with the hot water on top.
When they removed the
lid they saw that the red
water stayed at the top and
the blue water stayed at
the bottom. This happens
because hot water is less

dense than cold. In hot water, the molecules are moving around at a faster rate.
As a result, the hot water is
less dense than the colder
water and stays on top. This
works not only with water,
but with air as well. Hot water or air is less dense than
cold water or air. This is why
the hot water stayed at the
top of the jar and why hot
air balloons rise.
The Tarkio Junior High
Science Club meets each
week in Mr. Corringtons
room at 7 a.m. All seventh
and eighth graders are welcome to attend. The Tarkio
Junior High Science Club
will be cohosting a science
fair in April.

Here pig, pig, piiigggg!


By Kat DeRosier
For a while now, the ag
classes have received a sow,
donated by Advanced Pork
Systems. The sow is kept in
the shop and when she gives
birth to her babies, usually
around 10 to 14 little piglets,
the students learn proper
pig care until they are ready
to be shipped off.
For now, Petunia (this
years momma pig), is just
waiting for her babies to
come, which could be either
Tuesday or Wednesday. So
far, she has mostly been
left alone to her own piggie
thoughts. The classes will
feed her, water her, clean
her pen, and wait. The rest
of this story will soon be continued! Stay tuned!

The 9th Annual Battle of


the Books will be held Friday, March 27, 2015, at the
Tarkio Resource Center. All
Atchison County fourth,
fifth, and sixth graders
are eligible to participate
in this competition, which
tests their comprehension
of the 12 most recent Mark
Twain Award nominees and
one classic book. The Mark
Twain nominees are: Privateers Apprentice by Susan
Verrico, Wonder by R.J. Palacio, Freaky Fast Frankie Joe
by Lutricia Clifton, Capture
the Flag by Kate Messner,
Ordinary Magic by Caitlen
Rubino Bradway, Pinch Hit
by Tim Green, The Five
Lives of Our Cat Zook by
Joanne Rocklin, The Shadow Collectors Apprentice by
Amy Gordon, Chomp by Carl
Hiaasen, The Young Healer
by Frank N. McMillan, III,
The Mighty Miss Malone
by Christopher Paul Curtis,
Liar and Spy by Rebecca
Stead. This years classic is
Where The Red Fern Grows
by Wilson Rawls. Battle of
the Books is sponsored by
ACDC, the Mule Barn Theatre Guild, the Flower Mill,
and dedicated volunteers.
This event would not be a
success without support
from the three county libraries and schools.
PEOPLE
WHO READ
NEWSPAPERS
ARE...

Thursday, February 26, 2015 - Page 7

legal notice

HELPWANTED

HELP WANTED - Position open for full-time


administrative
assistant/
supervisor at NWMI, Rock
Port. Benefits include vacation, sick pay, insurance.
Computer experience necessary. Wages determined by
experience. EOE. Call for
further info, 660-744-2758,
Monday through Friday, 8
a.m. to 4 p.m.
47/2tnc
USDA - Atchison County
Farm Service Agency (FSA)
has a vacancy for a full-time
or part-time temporary position. The open application
period begins Wednesday,
Feb. 18, 2015, and ends Friday, Feb. 27, 2015. Grade
potential will be based on
education, work experience,
agriculture knowledge, and
background. For information concerning the position
or to apply, please contact
Corey Lesher at 660-7445328 or by e-mail at corey.
lesher@mo.usda.gov. To apply in person, you may visit
the Atchison County FSA
office located at 302 E. Hwy.
136, Rock Port, Mo. USDAFSA is an Equal Opportunity Provider and Employer.
47/2tnc
TARKIO
CREEK
FARMS - Breeding technician. Full-time position in
barn near Fairfax, Mo. Work
every third weekend. Pay
based on work experience.
Responsibilities:
animal
care, choring, breeding sows,
barn maintenance. Electrical and mechanical experience a plus! Call Bryan at
660-736-9993. 47/2tnc
POSITION
AVAIL
ABLE - Farrowing technician at Tarkio Creek Farms.
Full-time position in barn
near Fairfax, Mo. Responsibilities: animal care and
choring rooms, processing piglets, power washing.
Work every third weekend.
Pay based on work experience. Call Bryan, 660-7369993. 47/2tnc
HELP WANTED - Meyer-Earp Chevrolet of Auburn
has two positions available.
One position is for an ASE
Certified Technician. The
second position is for an Oil
Change Tech. Great wages
and benefits. Call 402-2743160 for more information.
47/2tnc
CJS CAFE - Open daily
from 6 a.m. to 8 p.m. Monday-Friday. Daily Specials.
Sunday Buffet 11 a.m.-2
p.m. only $9.99. We are looking for an experienced cook
and an evening waitress located at 401 S Main Street,
Rock Port, MO. (660) 7445683.
48/1tnc
FAIRFAX R-3 SCHOOL
DISTRICT - Is taking applications for a part-time
preschool teacher for the
2015-2016 school year. The
preschool will consist of a
half-day program running
from approximately 8 a.m.

TOTAL
PROPERTY
SERVICES

(660)

736-4461

Kristi McEnaney-Broker
660-582-1970

Rod McEnaney-Sales 660-562-7757


Julie Joesting-Sales 660-744-6424
Denise Jackson-Sales 712-370-2565
Donna Stevens-Sales 660-736-4568

By Appointment 7 Days A Week


www.totalpropertyservices.com

until 11:30 a.m. daily, Monday through Friday. Interested candidates can contact
Principal Dustin Barnes
or Superintendent Mike
Garrett at 660-686-2421 or
you can send a resume to
dbarnes@fxbulldogs.net.
48/2tnc
Full-time
book
keeper - Position available in the office at Trails
End. Must have efficiency
and speed with computers
and calculators. Please apply in person and/or send
resume to P.O. Box 10, Rock
Port, MO.
48/1tnc
Full and part-time
- Positions available at Subway and Chesters. Please
apply in person and make
sure to speak with Jennifer.

48/1tnc
DRIVERS - Company,
O/OPs Midwest Regional.
Dry Van. Excellent wages
and benefits. Quarterly bonus program. Newer trucks
with APUs, scanners, and
pre-pass plus CDL A. 855904-1395.
48/1tnc
Registered Nurse
(Nights) - Provides and
performs oversight, delegation, and coordination
of total nursing care with
other health care providers
to meet holistic care needs
of patients. Required qualifications include: graduate
of accredited school of nursing, currently licensed in
the State of Missouri, BLS,
ACLS, and NRP certification required. This position
is 6:30 p.m.-7 a.m. and includes rotating weekends
and holidays. Interested applicants should submit an
application and/or resume
to Community HospitalFairfax HR Department at
amberd@fairfaxmed.com or
in person at 26136 U.S. Hwy.
59, Fairfax, Missouri.

48/4tnc

events

COME ENJOY - Some


tasty tacos at the Rock Port
Country Club! 99 tacos will
be served every Thursday,
5:30 - 9 p.m. Taco bout a
great time on Taco Thursdays! 48/1tnc
FIND YOUR POT OF
GOLD - At the Rock Port
Country Clubs St. Pattys
Day Bash on Friday, March
13! Doors open 5 p.m. - 1
a.m. There will be a $5 cover
charge. Music will be provided by Scott Holmes and Nichole Salmond. Dont forget
to check out the St. Pattys
drink specials!
48/2tnc
LENTEN SERVICES At First Lutheran Church
801 S. Market Street, Rock
Port will begin February 25.
During the Lenten season
we will have services at 7
p.m. in the First Lutheran
Church fellowship Hall with
Pastor David Klappenbach.
The theme for this year will
be "Old Testament Readings
in Salvation History." Call
(660) 744-2530 for more information.

services

BARUTH SERVICES Interior painting, fall cleanup (leaves, limbs, gutters),


snow removal, moving and
cleaning services. Call/text
402-613-7540. 33/tfc
D.J.S
FINISHING
TOUCHES - Home projects to complete this spring:
painting, drywall, wallpaper.
Call D.J. Martin at 660-6230571. 45/12tp
SOUTHEAST NEBRAS
KA APPLIANCE SALES
& SERVICE - Call 402-8733090 for sales of KitchenAid,
Whirlpool and Estate. Call
402-873-4000 for service on
any brand appliance. 48/1tnc

Atchison County
Courier

FOR RENT

RENT/OWN - Clean mobile home, 2 bedrooms, 1


bath, appliances included,
plus dishwasher, washer,
dryer. Detached garage, nice
neighborhood. Must see.
Call 660-920-9220. 46/3tnc

misc.

NOTICE OF LETTERS TESTAMENTARY GRANTED


(SUPERVISED ADMINISTRATION)
In the 4th Judicial Circuit Court, Atchison County, Missouri, Probate Division, Case Number: 15AT-PR00004.
In the Estate of Charles Lee Broermann, Deceased.
To All Persons Interested in the Estate of Charles Lee
Broermann, Decedent:
On March 25, 1986, the last will of the decedent having
been admitted to probate, Patricia J. Laur was appointed
personal representative of the estate of Charles Lee Broermann, decedent, by the Probate Division of the Circuit Court
of Atchison County, Missouri. The personal representatives
address is: 13969 R Avenue, Westboro, MO 64498.
The personal representatives attorneys name, business
address and phone number are respectively: Dan Smith, 213
S. Main Street, Rock Port, MO 64482; 660-744-2575.
All creditors of said decedent are notified to file claims in
court within six months from the date of the first publication of this notice or if a copy of this notice was mailed to, or
served upon, such creditor by the personal representative,
then within two months from the date it was mailed or
served, whichever is later, or be forever barred to the fullest
extent permissible by law. Such six-month period and such
two-month period do not extend the limitation period that
would bar claims one year after the decedents death, as
provided in Section 473.444, RSMo, or any other applicable
limitation periods. Nothing in Section 473.033, RSMo, shall
be construed to bar any action against a decedents liability
insurance carrier through a defendant ad litem pursuant to
Section 537.021, RSMo.
Date of the decedents death: February 28, 1986.
Date of first publication: February 12, 2015.
Receipt of this notice by mail should not be construed by
the recipient to indicate that the recipient necessarily has
a beneficial interest in the
estate. The nature and extent
FAIRFAX R-3 SCHOOL
of any persons interest, if
- Is accepting bids for school
any, can be determined from
auditors for the 14/15 fisthe files and records of this
cal year. The audit is to be
estate in the Probate Divicompleted and submitted by
sion of the above referenced
the end of the calendar year.
Circuit Court.
Contact
Superintendent
Corey K. Herron, Judge
Mike Garrett at 660-68646/4tc
2421. 48/2tnc

Notice

www.meyerearp.com

ADOPT A CAT - Like


Sweetie Pie! Kittens $35,
adults
$45.
Litterpan
trained. Adults fixed. Cat
Ranch, 660-744-6686 (leave
a message).
39/tfc
KIDS KORNER PRE
SCHOOL - Will be accepting registration packets for
students who will be ages 3
or 4 by August 1, on Monday, March 9, from 8 a.m. to
10 a.m. at the Kids Korner
building at 1201 Pine Street,
Tarkio, Mo. Please contact
Kids Korner between the
hours of 8 a.m. and 3 p.m. if
you would like more information. Registration packets
may be picked up starting
March 2, in the preschool,
or Elementary Office. If you
would like one mailed to
you, please call Kids Korner
at 660-736-4177.
47/2tc
ATCHISON RECYCLE
ING - We are paying $100
per ton for junk cars, $80
per ton for farm equipment,
$70 per ton for mixed metals, $55 per ton for appliances, and $105 per ton for
prepared steel. (Prices are
subject to change.) Call for
prices, 660-623-0149. Hours:
Mondays - Fridays, 8:30 a.m.
to 4 p.m., and Saturdays,
8:30 a.m. to 12 noon. 46/1tnc

MEYER - EARP
AUTO CENTER
Missouri State
Certified Vehicle
Inspections

Tires
Oil Changes
Transmission
Flush

Hours: Monday - Friday 7:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m.


Saturday 10:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m.

I-29 & Hwy. 136 West


Rock Port, MO
660-744-2404

800-279-4288

www.graybillchrome.com

East Hwy. 136 Auburn, NE


888-573-6611
Hours: Mon. - Fri. 8-6
Saturday 8-3

statewides

EVENTS
GUN SHOW February 28-March 1, Sat.
9-5 & Sun. 9-3. Lebanon Cowan Civic
Center (500 E Elm St), Buy-Sell-Trade
Info: (563) 927-8176
HELP WANTED-DRIVERS
OTR Drivers Truckload! PD Practical/
loaded & empty same. Good DOT
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A/2 years experience required. www.
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