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  1. Apr
    24
    Tue

    1. Obituaries
      9:15 pm – 10:15 pm

      Clifford Dale Brewer, 71, of Gerald, passed away on Friday, April 20, 2012 at his home.
      Mr. Brewer was born in Sikeston, Mo., on October 29, 1940, the son of the late Arthur and Margaret (Pratt) Brewer.
      He was the widower of Janet (Ebmeyer) Brewer. They were married September 15, 1962 at Fairview Heights, Ill. Janet preceded him in death on April 3, 2003.
      Clifford is survived by a son William Brewer and wife, Paula, of Hermann, a daughter Debra Brewer of Washington; a granddaughter, Kindra Brewer of St. Louis; a grandson Nicholas Brewer of Hermann and a special friend. Peggy Gordon. of Gerald.
      He was preceded in death by his parents and two brothers, Ray and Wayne Brewer.
      Clifford proudly served in the U.S. Navy. He was a pipe fitter and worked at the Union Electric Labadie Power Plant for over 30 years. He was a member of the Pipe Fitter Local 148. He enjoyed flower gardening, the outdoors and making his yard look nice and loved his special pet, Jesse.

      Funeral services were held at Toedtmann & Grosse Funeral Home, Hermann, on Monday, April 23, with Bill Brison officiating.
      Burial was at Oak Haven Memorial Gardens near Hermann.
      Memorials may be given to River Bluff Industries, c/o Toedtmann& Grosse Funeral Home.
      Send condolences to www.toedtmanngrosse.com.

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      Richard F. Van Beek, 86, of rural New Florence, died at 11:39 p.m. on Monday, April 16, 2012, at the Golden Living Center/Gamma Road Lodge in Wellsville.
      He was born April 12, 1926 in St. Louis, to Stephen and Florence Knapp Van Beek.
      Mr. Van Beek grew up in Starkenburg, and was a veteran of the Navy serving in World War II.
      He married Margaret Bernat on December 2, 1950 at the Immaculate Conception Church in Montgomery City.
      Richard kept very busy farming and raising cattle and hogs, he delivered Sunday papers for many years, and he retired from Montgomery Co. R-II School as a custodian.  He was a member of the Immaculate Conception Church, the Knights of Columbus, the Montgomery VFW Post, and a member of the Montgomery County Area Retired School Personnel.
      Mr. Van Beek was a past member of the Immaculate Conception Over Fifty Club and of the New Florence Community Club. He served for a number of years on the New Florence Telephone Board. Richard enjoyed gardening, playing cards with family, cooking, especially breads and cookies, and enjoyed visiting with his family and friends.
      Mr. Van Beek is survived by his wife of over 61 wonderful years, Margaret Bernat Van Beek of rural New Florence; four children: Deborah Lou Ray and husband, Mike, of Vandalia, Richard John Van Beek and wife, Marie, of Baxter, Iowa; Michael Francis Van Beek and wife, Lora of Fayette, and Mark Stephen Van Beek and wife, Jinny, of Edmond, Okla.; 10 grandchildren: Brian Van Beek and wife, Shaina; Paul Van Beek and wife, Crystal; Stephen Van Beek and friend, Megan Petermeier, all of Baxter, Iowa; Claire Van Beek of Edmond, Okla.; Michelle Bishop of Butte, Montana; Elizabeth Van Beek, Emily Van Beek, and James Van Beek, all of Fayette; Ashley Niemeyer and husband, Ryan, of Fenton, and Rachel Ray and fiancee, Adam Williams, of Farmington; three great-grandchildren: Rylee, Callie, and Jackson, all of Baxter, Iowa; and many nieces, nephews, and friends.
      Mr. Van Beek is also survived by two sisters:  Marguerite Van Booven and friend, Harold Scheidegger of Hermann; and Aurea Meyer and husband, Lowell of Wentzville.  Richard is also survived by his beloved dog, Princess; and his black cat, BoJake.
      Mr. Van Beek was preceded in death by his parents, Stephen and Florence Knapp Van Beek.
      A funeral Mass was held on Friday, April 20, at the Immaculate Conception Church in Montgomery City.  The Rev. Gregory Oligschlaeger officiated.  Interment with full military honors was at St. Mary’s Cemetery, near Montgomery City.
      Memorial are suggested to the Immaculate Conception Church; the Immaculate Conception School or to the Honor Flight, c/o Schlanker Funeral Home, 207 Danville Road, Montgomery City, MO 63361.
      Condolences may be made to www.schlankerfuneralhome.com.

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      Obituaries
    2. The old Hermann grain elevator doesn’t look so old these days
      9:15 pm – 10:15 pm

      By Don Kruse, Editor
      Advertiser-Courier
      As the old saying goes, you wouldn’t recognize it anymore.
      That’s a fitting way to summarize what people saw on Saturday morning at the restored old MFA grain elevator on East First Street, where they held a ribbon-cutting and a grand opening.
      Nearly three years of renovation has turned the old mill and elevator into something  special.   So much remains, that part of it can be described as a museum. And that’s what Jim Dierberg wanted.
      Feed and grain sacks are displayed, as well as photographs that were blown up from old photos. Farm wagons and vintage tractors were parked at the mill for Saturday’s gala affair.
      The “Miller’s Office” in front of the old grain elevator was also staged for the grand opening, complete with antique furnishings, seed samples, old ledgers, old flour and feed sacks that were procured at local auctions by Dierberg and his family.
      (Read the rest of the story in this week’s Advertiser-Courier)

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      The old Hermann grain elevator doesn’t look so old these days
    3. Hermann Area Crusade Against Cancer hog roast is May 5
      9:45 pm – 10:45 pm

      By staff writer

      The 5th annual Crusade Against Cancer Hog roast will be held at the former Pamida parking lot on Market Street on Saturday, May 5, from 11 a.m. until it’s all gone.
      Featured on the menu will be cured and smoked whole hog, potato salad, baked beans, cole slaw, home-made desserts and beverages.  Eat in or take out will be available.

      A donation of $7.00 will be accepted. All proceeds go to the Hermann Area Crusade Against Cancer.  Those funds stay in the community to assist families afflicted with cancer with expenses not covered by insurance, such as travel expenses, medicines, prosthetic devices and some other household expenses.
      The Crusade Against Cancer is a 501-c-3 tax-exempt entity as a part of the Community Foundation of the Hermann Area, Inc. To date, it has assisted over 83 families with over $184,600.
      On Friday evening, June 1st, we will be hosting an event for the entire community. Many activities are planned for this event, including a dinner, silent auction, kids/adult games, Minute to Win It team competitions, and live music provided by the Bluff Tones.
      The Celebration of Life event will be held from 6-10 p.m. in the Upper City Park in Hermann. At 9:45, there will be a candle light ceremony in honor of those still fighting the battle and in remembrance of those who have passed.
      Applications and additional information on forming teams will be available in early May.
      We ask that you consider showing your support with either a monetary donation or by donating an item for the silent auction.
      For further information please contact Susan Stiers, cell 573-619-1520 or Tina Geltz, cell 573-680-0999.

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      Hermann Area Crusade Against Cancer hog roast is May 5
    4. Hermann High School 2012 King & Queen
      9:45 pm – 10:45 pm

      Hermann High School’s annual junior-senior prom was held last Saturday night at the Stone Hill Winery Pavilion. Chosen as the 2012 king and queen were Brett Eckelkamp and Kelsey Kuehler. The junior class chose “Midnight Mardi Gras” as this year’s theme. The students also attended the After-Prom Breakfast, sponsored by Families in Action, at St. George School gymnasium.

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      Hermann High School 2012 King & Queen
    5. Hermann loses to New Haven, 9-6, in FRC baseball game
      9:45 pm – 10:45 pm

      By staff writer

      Hermann spotted New Haven nine runs, but couldn’t overcome the large deficit and lost, 9-6, to the Shamrocks in a Four Rivers Conference baseball game last Thursday at Dick Ochsner Ballpark.
      The Shamrocks’ win came two weeks after they lost at home, 8-0, to the Bearcats in a nonn-conference game.
      New Haven scored two unearned runs in the top of the first, and the Bearcats continued their giving ways as they misplayed ground balls and made errant throws.
      Hermann came to bat in the bottom of the fifth, trailing 9-0, and senior Justin Wurtz started things with a double to right. Senior Brett Eckelkamp followed with a single up the middle to score Wurtz.

      Jake Schannuth, who had reached base on a fielder’s choice, scored on a double by Josh Kolbe. The Bearcats scored their third run of the inning with the help of the right-fielder’s error. Ben Held’s line drive got past the fielder, allowing Kolbe to score from second.
      Hermann scored three more runs in the sixth, all being unearned, and the tying run came to the plate, but the Bearcats failed to score again.
      Craig Winkelmann, Hermann’s catcher, led off the bottom of the seventh with a single off the pitcher’s glove, but he was left stranded and the Shamrocks escaped with a win.
      In a non-conference game last Tuesday at Hermann, South Callaway scored an unearned run in the top of the eighth inning, then held on to defeat Hermann, 4-3.

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      Hermann loses to New Haven, 9-6, in FRC baseball game
    6. The old Hermann grain elevator doesn’t look so old these days
      9:45 pm – 10:45 pm

      By Don Kruse, Editor
      Advertiser-Courier
      As the old saying goes, you wouldn’t recognize it anymore.
      That’s a fitting way to summarize what people saw on Saturday morning at the restored old MFA grain elevator on East First Street, where they held a ribbon-cutting and a grand opening.
      Nearly three years of renovation has turned the old mill and elevator into something  special.   So much remains, that part of it can be described as a museum. And that’s what Jim Dierberg wanted.
      Feed and grain sacks are displayed, as well as photographs that were blown up from old photos. Farm wagons and vintage tractors were parked at the mill for Saturday’s gala affair.
      The “Miller’s Office” in front of the old grain elevator was also staged for the grand opening, complete with antique furnishings, seed samples, old ledgers, old flour and feed sacks that were procured at local auctions by Dierberg and his family.

      (Read the rest of the story in the Advertiser-Courier)

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      The old Hermann grain elevator doesn’t look so old these days
    7. Hermann summer school is once again open to all students
      10:00 pm – 11:00 pm

      By staff writer

      Gasconade County R-1 School District is offering summer programs  that are open to all students who are enrolled in kindergarten through eighth grades for the next (2012-13) school year. These programs are free of charge.
      Summer School Director Lolly Rogers explained the programs, and what parents can expect this summer.
      Summer school will be held Monday through Friday, June 4 through June 29, from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. at Hermann High School.
      Bus transportation will be provided, but summer school bus routes are modified. Students must get on and off the bus at designated pick-up/drop-off points or at locations along the designated routes. There is no house-to-house pickup.
      The breakfast/lunch program will be available. Students have the option to purchase breakfast and/or lunch at school or they may bring their own lunch. A concession stand will also be operated to sell snacks and drinks to students.
      Perfect attendance will be rewarded with a total of 5 drawings – one drawing each week of $50 cash and one final drawing of $100 cash. Each week students who have had perfect attendance for that week will have their names entered into a drawing. Weekly drawings will be held on Mondays with one name being drawn each week. A final drawing  to include students with perfect attendance for the entire summer school will be held on the final day of summer school along with the final week’s drawing.

      (Read the rest of the story in this week’s Advertiser-Courier)

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      Hermann summer school is once again open to all students
    8. Senior Meals birthdays celebrated in February
      10:00 pm – 11:00 pm

      In February, the Birthdays that were celebrated at the Senior Meals at the Hermann community center were  left to right:  Charmaine Klott, Janice Englert, Ruth Heidel and Nancy Slocum.

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      Senior Meals birthdays celebrated in February
    9. Trains, old mills and newspapers
      10:00 pm – 11:00 pm

      By Don Kruse, Editor

      Advertiser-Courier

      My, how times flies.
      My recollection of the old grain elevator goes back to the days when I threw the morning papers. It seems like yesterday when freights and passenger trains were busy on the riverfront. Those thoughts came back Saturday morning when they held a grand opening and ribbon-cutting ceremony, dedicating Jim Dierberg’s latest project.
      I couldn’t count the number of times I walked past the tin mill and elevator on my way to the train station. The tin mill and elevator on First and Gutenberg was as tall as any building gracing the city’s skyline.
      A rail spur crossed East First Street (Highway 100), and connected the mill/elevator with the MFA Exchange, now The Tin Mill Brewery. Boxcars would deliver feed to the exchange, where you could not only buy flour, seed and feed, but also chickens and eggs.

      (Read the rest of the column in this week’s Advertiser-Courier newspaper)

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      Trains, old mills and newspapers
  2. May
    29
    Tue

    1. ‘Celebration of Life’ to help Hermann Area Crusade Against Cancer
      6:00 pm – 7:00 pm

      By staff writer

      A full evening of activities is planned in the upper city park this Friday, June 1, for the first “Celebration of Life,” an expanded event sponsored by Hermann Area Crusade Against Cancer.
      The celebration will run from 6-10 p.m. in the vicinity of the Rotunda area, and donations continue to pour in for the live auction. The larger items include a a custom brick mailbox donated by Shane Gleeson, a 50 caliber cannon donated by Jeff Todd, 5 ton of sand or gravel by Hermann Sand and Gravel and a helicopter ride donated by Nick Engemann.

      The live auction will begin at 6:30 p.m. with numerous items donated by local businesses and individuals.
      Tribute candles are currently available for purchase, prior to the event. Contact Melissa Overkamp at Peoples Savings Bank.
      Minute to Win it teams can still register the night of the event. $5.00 donation per team member and must be registered by 6:30 p.m. Contact Tina Geltz 573-680-0999 to register your team.
      “Thus far the support we have received to create this event has been astounding,” said Susan Stiers, a member of the organizing committee. “We look forward to a memorable evening with the Hermann community to honor those who have been touched by cancer.
      The 1st Celebration of Life Event,” 100% of the funds raised through the Celebration of Life Event will help to ease the added cost of daily living and medical expenses not covered by insurance.
      The Crusade Against Cancer is a 501-c-3 tax-exempt entity as a part of the Community Foundation of the Hermann Area, Inc.

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      ‘Celebration of Life’ to help Hermann Area Crusade Against Cancer
  3. Oct
    16
    Tue

    1. Obituaries
      5:30 pm – 6:30 pm

      Teresa Ann Deppe, 45 of Morrison, passed away Friday, October 12, 2012 at her residence surrounded by her loving family and friends.
      Teresa was born on November 14, 1966 in Washington, a daughter to William H. Kuhn who survives in Hermann and Judy (Kuebler) Kuhn who survives in Morrison.
      She was a 1985 graduate of Chamois High School.
      Teresa was united in marriage to Keith Deppe on June 14, 1991 in Oskaloosa, Iowa. Teresa and Keith renewed their wedding vows on June 14, 1996 in Pershing. He survives of the home in Morrison.
      She attended the First Pentecostal Church in Gasconade. She was a homemaker, enjoyed going to yard sales and spending time with her family.
      In addition to her husband Keith, Teresa is survived by her father, William H. and his wife Marilyn Kuhn of Hermann; her mother, Judy Kuhn and her companion, Paul Cramer, of Morrison; one son, Tyler Deppe of the home; one brother, William J. and his wife Dana Kuhn of Washington; as well as eight nephews, one niece, two cousins and an aunt, Kathy Busch, of Morrison.
      Visitation will be held from 4:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. on Friday, Oct. 19, at the First Pentecostal Church in Gasconade. Funeral services will follow at 7:00 p.m. with Pastor Doug Kuebler officiating.
      Expression of sympathy may be made to the ALS Foundation or to the Deppe Family.
      Arrangements are under the direction of Morton Chapel, Linn, MO (897-2214)

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      Richard D. Greene, Chief Judge of Kansas Court of Appeals, died at age 62 on Sunday, Oct. 7, after heart surgery in Cleveland, Ohio.
      Born in Hermann, Mo. to Jack and Marjorie Greene, he graduated as Valedictorian from Hermann High School in 1968.  He earned his undergraduate degree from the University of Missouri, and his law degree from Southern Methodist University in Dallas, Texas.  He was in private practice for 28 years with Wichita-based Morris, Laing, Evans, Brock and Kennedy.
      In 2003, he was appointed to the Kansas Court of Appeals by Gov. Kathleen Sebelius. He was made Chief Judge by the state Supreme Court in January 2011.
      Richard had a long history of community, church, and charitable involvement in Wichita. He served as volunteer judge for Youth Entrepreneurs Kansas, and is a member of the emeritus council of Project Concern International where he served as Chairman of the Board from 1992-94. He remained active in his church, where he taught an adult Sunday School class.  Richard was a gourmet chef, appeared on local cooking shows, and as a fine wine connoisseur, was a member of the Confrérie de la Chaîne des Rôtisseurs international food and wine society. He was a life-long St. Louis Cardinal fan, a patron of the Wichita Symphony, and an avid follower of Mizzou football, the Oklahoma Sooners, and Wichita State baseball.
      During his years in Hermann, he was was active in Hermann’s Boy Scout Troop 116, the Hermann United Methodist Church, and he managed the Hermann Swimming Pool during his high school years. He played French Horn in the Hermann Municipal Band, played in the Washington Civic Orchestra, and performed in the annual Rotunda Show during Hermann Maifest celebrations.
      He is survived by his wife Mary Sue Smith of Wichita, his parents, Jack and Marjorie Greene, Hermann; daughters Katie (Glen) Edwards, Dallas, Texas, Jenny Greene (Chris Connell) Ft. Myers, Fla., step-daughters Kristin Smith, Carrollton, Texas, and Julie (Torsten) Cook, Norman, Okla.
      He dearly loved his four grand-daughters, Asheton, Savannah, Chandler, and Maddie May. He also leaves behind three sisters, Merry (Dave) Gnaegy, Chesterfield, Mo., Jonelle (Dennis) Loehnig, Hermann, and Melodie (Kevin) Kelley, Kansas City, as well as his beloved dog, Lacey.
      Visitation took place at on Oct. 14 at College Hill United Methodist Church, Wichita, Kan. followed by a memorial service.
      In lieu of flowers, memorials can be sent to College Hill United Methodist Church, 2930 E. 1st St. N, Wichita, KS designated for the “Richard D. Greene Lecture Series.” In his honor, the Governor of Kansas, Sam Brownback, asked that the flag be flown at half-staff.

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      Ronald Gwynn Jost, 68, of Owensville passed away Friday, October 12, 2012, at his home in Owensville.
      He was born in Washington, Mo., on April 16, 1944, a son of Gwynn and Frances (Kottwitz) Jost.
      On February 3, 1962 he was married to Ruth Estes at St. Peter’s United Church of Christ in Owensville.  Ron was a member of the St. Peter’s United Church of Christ and former deacon, board member and treasurer for the Church.  He was a lifetime member of the Gasconade County Historical Society; member of the Owensville Chamber of Commerce, Moose Lodge, Farm Bureau, Owensville Gun Club; and a retired member of Owensville Volunteer Fire Department for over 20 years and former assistant chief, Owensville Lions Club (past president), Owensville Jaycees (past president and charter member), and Owensville Park Board.
      Mr. Jost was the Presiding Commissioner of Gasconade County since 2003. He successfully maintained a balanced budget for Gasconade County, without tax increases, borrowings or any county layoffs. During his terms in office he collaborated with agencies to establish funding and grants which improved the county infrastructure, including repaving roads and adding bridges, provided low-income housing with funding coordinated with Phelps County, and secured funding for building and public access improvements at the county courthouse.
      He served as board member of the Meramec Regional Planning Commission, Meramec Regional Workforce Investment Board, and the Missouri Ozarks Community Action, Co-Chairman Meramec Regional Transportation Advisory Committee, and Chairman of Phelps County Public Housing Advisory Board.
      Prior to his elected role as presiding commissioner, Mr. Jost was a successful businessman and co-owner of Jost Tire Company in Owensville, where he worked for over 40 years. For over 20 years he managed and expanded the wholesale business, distributing tires throughout Central Missouri.
      He is survived by his wife Ruth, his mother Frances Jost of Owensville; son, Terry Jost and his wife, Sandy, of Wildwood; daughter, Linda Baehr, and her husband Steve; a brother, Don Jost and his wife, Suzie, all of Owensville; two sisters, Connie Graves and her husband, Bill, and Bonnie Gibson and her husband, Jim, both of Jefferson City; and a brother-in-law, Bob Estes of Rosebud; and six grandchildren, Hannah Baehr, Lauren Baehr, Katie Jost, Stephanie Jost, Leland Richardson and Bruce Richardson.

      He was preceded in death by his father, Gwynn E. Jost.
      Funeral services were held on Monday, Oct. 15, at the Gottenstroeter Funeral Home in Owensville with Rev. Terry Knight and Pastor Chris Ross officiating. Burial was in the Owensville City Cemetery, Owensville.
      In lieu of flowers, memorials to the family’s choice may be sent to Gottenstroeter Funeral Home, 108 South Second Street, Owensville, MO 65066.

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      Michael James Keeling Jr., 20, of Linn, passed away Thursday, October 11, 2012, due to injuries sustained in an automobile accident.
      He was born August 11, 1992, in Jefferson City, a son of Michael James Keeling, Sr. and Carol Lynn Held Branson.
      Michael attended Osage County R-3 in Westphalia and was currently employed with Feeler Tree Service. He enjoyed hunting and fishing, but most of all spending time with his son Jett.
      Survivors include his father, Michael James Keeling, Sr. of Russellville; his mother, Carol Lynn Branson of Owensville; one son, Jett Michael Richard of the home; girlfriend, Kristy Danyelle Treat of Linn; maternal grandparents Donald and Bettie Held of Pershing; two sisters, Sara Wilkerson (husband Billy) of Russellville, Amy Keeling of Jefferson City; and one brother, Charles Witzigman of Pittsburg, Mo.
      A memorial service will be held at a later date. Memorials may be made to the charity of the donor’s choice. Arrangements are under the direction of Millard Family Funeral Chapels, 919 E. Main Street; Linn, MO 65051.(573) 897-4848.
      Condolences may be left for the family online at www.millardfamilychapels.com.

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      Heather Dawn Scherzer (nee Gerloff), entered into eternal peace with the Lord on Wednesday, Oct. 3, 2012.
      She was the beloved wife of Dr. Aaron Schertzer, amazing mother of Kennady, 10; Raegan, 5; and Jackson, 4; daughter of Kevin Gerloff and Donna Gerloff Stephens; sister of Jeremy Gerloff and wife, Christi; granddaughter of Kenneth and Hazel Gerloff of Hermann; and Coleen Lamb Byrd; loving aunt, cousin, daughter-in-law, daughter and granddaughter and friend to all.

      Heather was born Jan. 6, 1982, the first baby of the year to Kevin and Donna Gerloff. She graduated from Warrenton High School and attended UMSL and resided in Fenton with her husband and family.
      She was proud of her entire family and her blue eyes would light up a room.
      When she was diagnosed with cervical cancer she chose to fight and changed her name to Heather “Badger” inspired by the honey badger, who doesn’t give a xxx. She had an unwavering courage.
      She loved sports and parties, and gave awesome parties for her children, at Christmas and any special day. She loved talking on the phone with grandma; she liked fancy coffees, Dr. Seuss and diamonds, and wanted everyone to vote Republican, but she’d love them even if they didn’t.
      A memorial service was held Oct. 8 at Manchester Methodist Church. She asked that memorials go to “Annie’s Hope” to help mothers with cancer.
      She was cremated.

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  4. Nov
    6
    Tue

    1. Hermann’s Christmas markets ranked among the best
      2:00 pm – 3:00 pm

      Don Kruse

      By Don Kruse, Editor

      Advertiser-Courier

      As we near the kick-off to the holiday season later this month, it’s noteworthy to point out that our town was recognized as having one of the six best Christmas markets in the world.
      That’s right, an article last winter in “German World,” a German/English magazine published in Los Angeles, listed Hermann’s two weekends of Kristkindl Markt as tops in the U.S. The other two mentioned were the Christkindl Market in Denver, Colo., and the Christkindlmarket in Chicago.
      The article, first forwarded to me by Michael Forster of Hermann, sings praises of our picturesque town, said one of the most authentic and most famous German-style Christmas markets in the U.S. happens in our little town the first two weekends in December.
      In the same story, Pea Ridge Forest Christmas Tree Farm on Highway 94 in Warren County was mentioned for a time-honored tradition, where families ride out to a field on a wagon lined with hay bales, to pick out and cut the perfect tree. The Rood family is gearing up for a busy time of year.

      (Read the rest of the story in the Advertiser-Courier)

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      Hermann’s Christmas markets ranked among the best

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