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Jerald A. Jerry
Jerald A. Jerry Moore,
the son of Oscar L., Jr. and
Margaret A. (Edwards)
Moore, was born April 9,

6th and Broad-Tarkio
Reverend Hugo Villagrana
SUNDAY 9:30 a.m., Sunday School
10:30-11:00 a.m. Meet and
Greet Fellowship Time

in the Sanctuary
11:00 a.m., Worship
700 Maple-Tarkio
Reverend Tom Osborne
SUNDAY 9:30 a.m., Adult Sunday
9:45 a.m., Youth Sunday
1 0 : 4 5 a . m . , Wo r s h i p
908 Elm Street-Tarkio
Father Reginald Sander,
SUNDAY 10:30 a.m., Sunday
SATURDAY 5 p.m., Sunday Eucharist
Hwy. 59 South-Tarkio
Reverend Glenn R. Scott
SUNDAY 8:30 a.m., Contemporary

Worship Service
9:45 a.m., Sunday School
10:45 a.m., Worship
Westboro, Missouri
Reverend Hugo Villagrana
SUNDAY 9:00 a.m., Worship
10:30 a.m., Sunday School
Westboro, Missouri
Franz Brandenburg,
SUNDAY 9:15 a.m., Sunday School
10:30 a.m., Worship
800 Main-Tarkio
Dave Wynn, Pastor
SUNDAY 9:30 a.m., Sunday School
10 a.m., Worship Service
205 Main-Tarkio
Beau Armstrong, Pastor
SUNDAY 9:45 a.m., Sunday School
10:45 a.m., Morning
5 p.m., Evening Worship
101 N. Fifth-Tarkio
Pastor Kevin and
Taurina Smith
SUNDAY 9:30 a.m., Sunday School
10:45 a.m., Worship
6 p.m., Evening Worship
St. Pauls Lutheran
6 Miles W. & 1/4 Mile North
Northboro, IA
Pastor Steven Hetzel
SUNDAY 9 a.m. Worship Service

1947, in Hamburg, Iowa.

Jerry graduated from Rock
Port High School in 1965 and
Northwest Missouri State
University in Maryville,
Missouri, with a Bachelor
of Science degree in Agricultural Business in 1969.
On May 31, 1969, Jerry
was united in marriage to
Amy Crabtree at the First
Christian Church in Burlington Junction, Missouri.
They became the parents
of three children, Todd,
Matthew and Melanie, and
shared 46 wonderful years
of marriage.
From 1969 to 1984, they
made their home in Chariton, Centerville, and Ottumwa, Iowa, while Jerry
was employed by Production
Credit Association. In 1984,
they moved to Rock Port,
where Jerry worked for Citizens Bank & Trust, serving
as President and Chief Executive Officer from 1988
until retiring on December
31, 2014. Jerry served on
the Missouri Bankers Association Board and as a Trust
Officer for the trust department of Citizens Bank &
Trust. He especially enjoyed
presenting the educational
scholarships provided by the
various trusts at the bank.
Jerry was an active member in the Rock Port community. At the First Christian
Church, he participated in
the mens fellowship group,
and served as treasurer, as
an elder, and in many other
capacities. He was an avid
golfer and belonged to the
Rock Port Golf and Country
Club, where he served on
the board and co-founded
the Future Golfers Program.
He also served on the boards
of the Rock Port Rotary
Club, the Community Hospital Association at Fairfax,
Missouri, and on the Rock
Port Park Board. Jerry enjoyed and appreciated the
many friendships he made
through his personal and

professional activities.
Besides golf, Jerry enjoyed reading, pheasant
hunting and shooting clays,
playing cards and most of
all, spending time with his
Jerry passed away Saturday, June 6, 2015, at St.
Lukes Hospital, Kansas
City, Missouri, at the age
of 68. Funeral services
were held Friday, June 12,
2015, at the First Christian
Church, Rock Port. Interment followed in Grange
Hall Cemetery, Rock Port.
Jerry was preceded in
death by his father, Oscar L.
Moore, Jr.; father-in-law and
mother-in-law, Donald and
Vera Crabtree; brother-inlaw, Monte Crabtree; sisterin-law, Lois Baker; several
aunts and uncles; and good
friends, especially Larry Abbott. Survivors include his
wife, Amy, Rock Port; children, Todd Moore, Kansas
City, Matt Moore, Maryville,
and Melanie Athen and husband, Dan, Rock Port; grandchildren, Ryan and Brandon
Athen; mother, Margaret
Moore, Rock Port; brothers,
Dick Moore and wife, Kate,
Kansas City, and Wayne
Moore and wife, Maureen,
Rock Port; three brothersin-law, Paul Crabtree, and
wife, Bonnie, Grand Junction, Colorado, Elwin Crabtree, Grand Lake, Colorado,
and Marvin Crabtree and
wife, Lynne, Peoria, Arizona;
sister-in-law, Carol Crabtree, Independence, Missouri; special aunt, Deana
Boettner, Rock Port; and
numerous nieces, nephews,
cousins and friends.
Memorials may be directed to the Rock Port Youth
Golf Program or First Christian Church, Rock Port.
Online condolences and
obituaries at www.minterfuneralchapels.com. Services
were under the direction
of Minter Funeral Chapel,
Rock Port.

Dewayne A.
Dewayne A. Schebaum,
Sr., the son of Harold and
Schebaum, was born in
Champion City, Missouri.
He attended school in Champion City.
On December 31, 1961,
Dewayne was united in
marriage to Shirley Johnson in Rock Port, Missouri.
They made their home in
Oakland, Iowa, for 30 years
and became the parents of
four children, Dewayne, Jr.,
Ronald, Donna, and Brian.
In 1995, they moved to Farragut, Iowa, where they
lived to the present time.
Dewayne worked in Oakland, Iowa, as a farmer,
starting in 1962, for Eldred
Pierce, until he went to work
in fabrication as a pipe cutter for Iowa Fittings in Oakland, Iowa, and traveled with
the company throughout the
Midwest, until retiring in
2001. Dewayne passed away
Wednesday, June 3, 2015, at
Jennie Edmundson Hospital, Council Bluffs, Iowa, at
the age of 74.
Besides his parents, Dewayne was preceded in death
by grandson, Ashton; two
brothers, Delmar and Donald Schebaum; and brotherin-law, Gilbert. Survivors
include his wife, Shirley, of
Farragut; children, Dewayne Schebaum, Jr. and wife,
Theresa, Ronald Schebaum
and girlfriend, Nancy, all of
Tarkio, Donna Miller and
husband, Guy, of Farragut,
and Brian Schebaum, and
wife, Mary Jo, of Westboro,
Derick, Michael, Amanda,
Adam, Amber, Zach, and
Colin and Sophia; and siblings, Derrell Schebaum and
wife, Joan, of Shenandoah,
Iowa, Dennis Schebaum and
wife, Betty, of Fairfax, Missouri, Norma Wieskopf, of
Sullivan, Missouri, Wanda
Wilson and husband, Bob,
of Brusly, Louisiana, Betty
Parr and husband, Lyle, of
Little Sioux, Iowa, Elvada
Tyler and friend, Steve, of
Maitland, Missouri, and
Debra Driskell and husband, Robert, of Tarkio.
Dewayne enjoyed yard
work, fishing, and camping
in his spare time. He enjoyed
going to his mother-in-laws
for dinner. Dewayne also enjoyed playing cards and dice
for any occasion.
A graveside memorial service and inurnment will be
held at 2 p.m. Friday, June
19, 2015, at Center Grove
Cemetery, Westboro. There
is no visitation. Memorials
may be directed to the Dewayne Schebaum Memorial
Fund. Online obituaries and
condolences at www.minterfuneralchapels.com. Services are under the direction of Davis Funeral Home,

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Services are under the direction of Davis Funeral Home,
Memorials may be directed to Merrill-Smith American Legion Auxiliary, Wesboro, or United Methodist
Church, Westboro. Online
obituaries and condolences

was a member of the United

Methodist Church, Westboro, and the Merrill-Smith
American Legion Auxiliary,
Westboro, where she recently received a 50 year pin.
Carolyn passed away Friday,
June 12, 2015, at The Ambassador in Sidney, Iowa.
Besides her parents and
preceded in death by son,
James Loyd Brewer; son-inlaw, Donald L. Jenkins; two
brothers, Otis and Marcus
Staples; and three sisters,
Lena Bragg, Audrey Krome,
and Helen Smith. Survivors
include children, Anna Marie Hadley and husband,
Bob, Blue Springs, Missouri,
Jerome Staples Brewer and
wife, Karin, Ocala, Florida,
and Judith Jo Jenkins, Farragut; nine grandchildren;
great-grandchildren; daughter-in-law, Patty
Brewer, Kansas City, Missouri; and numerous nieces
and nephews.
A funeral service will be
held at 11 a.m. on Wednesday, June 17, 2015, at Davis
Funeral Home in Tarkio.
Reverend Andrew Finch will
officiate. Interment will be
held at Center Grove Cemetery, Westboro. There is no
scheduled family visitation.

Rays celebrate
60 years
Donald Lee Ferd and
Leona Ray of Fairfax, MO,
will be celebrating their
60th wedding anniversary
on June 19, 2015. They were
married on that day at the
United Methodist Church
in Fairfax. A card shower
is being held in their honor.
Cards may be sent to the
couple at: PO Box 224, Fairfax, MO 64446.

Community Calendar
5:30 p.m., Pints vs. Mound City Gold at Tarkio Ball Field
6:30 p.m., Bingo at the Tarkio Nutrition Center
6:30 p.m., Cubs vs. Clarinda at Tarkio Ball Field
8 p.m., Cubs vs. Clarinda at Tarkio Ball Field
8 to 9 p.m., AA at First Christian Church in Rock Port

Fathers Day
First Day of Summer
Swim Lessons at the Tarkio Municipal Pool
9 a.m. to ?, Big BAM event at Tarkios Niedermeyer Park
6 p.m., Half Pints at Rock Port City Park
7 p.m., Westboro, MO, Lions Club in Westboro
8 p.m., Half Pints at Rock Port City Park
Swim Lessons at the Tarkio Municipal Pool
5:30 p.m., Half Pints at Mound City Ball Park
7 p.m., Half Pints at Mound City Ball Park
7 p.m., Tarkio Lions Club at the Wildhorse in Tarkio
8:30 p.m., Pints at Mound City Ball Park
Swim Lessons at the Tarkio Municipal Pool
Swim Lessons at the Tarkio Municipal Pool
6:30 p.m., Bingo at the Tarkio Nutrition Center
8 to 9 p.m., AA at First Christian Church in Rock Port

Compliments Of:

Farmers State Bank

521 MAIN - TARKIO, MO 64491
(660) 736-4111

Tarkio, MO - (660) 736-4197

Fairfax, MO - (660) 686-3312

Carolyn N. Brewer
Carolyn N. Brewer, the
daughter of William Marcus
and Beulah (Hood) Staples,
was born January 23, 1923,
in Burlington Junction, Missouri. She attended school
in Burlington Junction.
On April 18, 1942, Carolyn was united in marriage
to Cecil Loyd Brewer in
Savannah, Missouri. After
living in Kansas City, they
made their home in Westboro, Missouri, and became
the parents of James Loyd,
Anna Marie, Jerome Staples, and Judith Jo.
Carolyn was employed by
Robert Dunham, DVM, as a
veterinarian assistant, doing everything from billing
to pulling calves and assisting with surgery. She also
worked as a nurses aide at
Community-Hospital, Fairfax, Missouri, and operated
the Westboro Telephone office. Loyd passed away in
1986. Carolyn moved to Farragut in 2009 to be closer to
her family, where she lived
to the present time.
Carolyn was a former
member of the Center Grove
Cemetery Board, assisted
with Westboro elections,

David R. Colflesh, CLU, ChFC