Sunday, November 30, 2014

Prayer Request for Gina's Grandson in Australia

From: Gina Krieg
ginakrieg@hotmail.com




Prayer Request

My grandson, Seth Hummel, (12years) is in Adelaide, Australia Children's hospital, in a serious condition.

He was operated on, late Saturday night, for a burst appendix.

The family would appreciate prayers for Seth's healing.

Thank you,
Gina Krieg

Please Pray for Karmi McCune

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From: Janice Altschul

dejavu8878@yahoo.com


​Please put Karmi McCune's name out for prayers also?
She just found out she has stomach cancer.

Thank you
Janice

​+++++++++++++++

From Karmi's daughter Esther

Yesterday evening my dad took my mom to the ER. If any of you know my mom, Karmi McCune, you will understand the severity of this situation for her to ask to go the the hospital. She has not been feeling well for the last 4 or 5 months because of digestive issues and most recently not being able to keep food or liquid down. She has been very weak and at times even faint.

After 8 hours in the ER, a cat scan, an EKG, and other tests the results Do Not look good. She will be going in for a colonoscapy on Tuesday to determine if the blockage/mass can be removed. She was excessively low on potassium so they gave her 200 mg 3 separate times. Today she has been able to eat more and I feel like the potassium has made a difference. BUT the reality of it all is cancer in her colon and possibly her liver.

My mom is only 56 years old. With your prayers and God's help she will be around for another 40 years to 50 years. Physically, emotionally, financially, and spiritually my family needs a miracle. So tonight I am asking you all to join us in prayer that my mom be blessed.


Saturday, November 29, 2014

Obituary for Harry Johnson

Harry Johnson passed away Monday, November 24 on his ​88th Birthday.

​http://www.speakschapel.com/book-of-memories/1989552/Johnson-Harry/obituary.php

In Memory of Harry Newton Johnson
Obituary for Harry Johnson
Harry N. Johnson, of Independence, MO, born November 24, 1926 passed away on his 88th birthday. Friends and family are encouraged to remember him at his finest.
Harry was born of Clifton and Leila (Simmons) Johnson in Clarksburg, WV. He graduated from Washington Irving High School, and from August, 1944 - June 1946 proudly served in the United States Navy, on a mine sweeper, during World War II. He also attended Graceland College, where he played basketball, West Virginia Weslyan, and Wayne State receiving his Masters Degree in Education. Harry lived Michigan for over 31 years, working from 1951 - 1983 in the Detroit School Systems in numerous positions, including physical education, drivers education teacher, and coach. He was a member and active Priesthood member of the RLDS Church, South Crysler Restoration Branch. He was a master gardener and enjoyed growing tomatoes as much as he enjoyed being a sports enthusiast. Harry is loved and will be missed.
He leaves behind wife, Venna M. (Stevens) Johnson of the home; daughter, Jaime Cooper and husband Ward; son, Tom Johnson and wife Jeanne; daughter, Kelly Williams; son, Andy Johnson; daughter, Terry Shaw and husband Mike; numerous grandchildren; and brother, Fred Johnson and wife Nancy and many nieces and nephews who will miss him. Online condolences may be expressed at www.speakschapel.com (Arrangements: Speaks Suburban Chapel 816-373-3600)

Harry requested there be no services.

You can send his wife, Venna, a card at:

Venna Johnson
707 Apache Drive
Independence MO 64056


Friday, November 28, 2014

Pet Photos Needed

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From: Muriel Luedeman
mur620@gmail.com


Pet Photos Needed

I’m looking for interesting photos of hunting landscapes with or without dogs, close ups of dogs, cats, vacation scenes of various kinds, and gardens.
​ ​
I need them for sample paintings and pastels work.



Muriel Winn Luedeman

816-726-8425

816-254-8456





Job Postings for Fort Osage R-1 School District

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Thanksgiving Scriptures and A Challenge

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From: paul gage
pauljg_64055@yahoo.com


​Thanksgiving

First two scriptures are from the Inspired Version of the Holy Scriptures

Psalm 69:30 "I will praise the name of God with a song, and will magnify him with thanksgiving."

Philippians 4:6 "Be afflicted for nothing; but in everything by prayer and supplication with thanksgiving let your requests be made known unto God."

Alma 21:133" Yea, a man whose heart did swell with thanksgiving to his God, for the many privileges and blessings which he bestowed upon his people; a man who did labor exceedingly for the welfare and safety of his people: Yea, and he was a man who was firm in the faith of Christ..."

DC 85:41 "...to walk in all the commandments of God blameless, in thanksgiving, for ever and ever, Amen."

++++++++++++++++++++++++​


Thanksgiving Scriptures and A Challenge


​The 34 Day Challenge That Could Change Our Lives, the Church, and the World:

Be a committee of one, and resolve to make a difference wherever you are.

On November 16, 2014, Patriarch Mike Ballantyne shared with the Saints at Waldo Avenue Restoration Branch, some insights as to how he is trying change his life and thus I encourage you to consider these things as well. Brother Mike confessed some of his struggles in doing the things that we all, already know we should doing, but as he said, sometimes look more for reasons not to do something than to do it.

We can revisit DC 140:5:c and d, and be reminded of why Zion is not yet among us.

Brother Mike concluded his counsel by saying, "Here are some of the things I have decided that I must do:

First of all, try hard to keep the Covenant with the Lord.

Be at each worship service ( not just Sunday morning), arrive early and be prepared to worship in all humility and love:

Read His Word and consideration our own conditions.

Pray, diligently, vocally and in thought, for every person we meet all day long. It is vital that we pray in our minds for every action we take and every word we speak, (Ephesians 6:18.)

I must fast, often, and in the effort, increase my ability to fast—in the power of His Spirit. Fasting is a commandment. Fast two days a week. Brother Mike fasts Wednesday and from Saturday noon through Sunday noon. Each person has to decide what effort they put into fasting.

Brother Mike then shared how he had been seeking the Lord in response to a question, "Where are the prophets to warn America?" He indicated that he felt that one person the Lord was using was Jonathan Cahn, a Jewish Rabbi, converted to Christianity. Mr. Cahn has written the book The Harbinger, and most recently, The Mystery of the Shemittah. Both books are very interesting as they discuss the effects of obedience or disobedience to God's commandments, as it applies to Israel, America, and the world.

THE CHALLENGE: Join, whoever will, to support each other in accomplishing our own "To Do List" beginning Monday, December 1, 2014 and extending through January 4, 2015. This will take us through two Sacrament Services and a month of other worship services. It might be helpful to keep a daily journal. We will be anxiously awaiting testimonies of how this has made a difference in your life, the life of your family and branch or group, and only God knows what difference it may make in the Church and the world.

Please share this with whoever you desire. God bless. Paul J. Gage, Independence, MO

Thursday, November 27, 2014

Ruth Johnson Services

Ruth Johnson Services

​A visitation will be held from 9-10:00 a.m. followed by a 10:00 a.m. service on Saturday, November 29, at the Carson-Speaks Chapel
1501 W Lexington Ave
Independence MO


http://www.speakschapel.com/book-of-memories/1989884/Johnson-Ruthella/obituary.php

In Memory of
Ruthella D.
Johnson
Obituary for Ruthella Johnson
Ruthella Dean Johnson, 93, of Independence, MO, passed away Monday, November 24, 2014. She was born at home in Sioux City, Iowa, November 27, 1920 to Joseph and Ruth Newberry. She had four siblings, Stella, Janette, Laverna and Joe. All have preceded her in death. In 1940 she married Edward Johnson. Together they had four children. Ed passed away in 2006 after 66 years of marriage. Both Ed and Ruth were active in their church, South Crysler Restoration Branch. Ruth was also active in PTA for the many years her children attended school. During the war she went to work at a defense plant. When her children were grown, she went to work at Blue Valley Federal Savings and Loan. By continuing her education she was promoted from Secretary to Assistant Vice President of the loan office in Independence retiring in 1985. In 2007 she married Norman Rimmer. He preceded her in death in 2008. She had a devout love of God and family and has enjoyed a life filled with travel and loving memories from family, friends and church. She is survived by her children Linda and JE Lattin, Jana and Rick Oxenford, Dian and Tom Buckley, Dean and Jacklyn Graber Johnson, Jerry and Wynema Rimmer and Garland Rimmer, 15 grandchildren, 17 great grandchildren, 9 great-great grandchildren and many nieces and nephews as well as church and Heritage House friends. A visitation will be held from 9-10:00 a.m. followed by a 10:00 a.m. service on Saturday, November 29, at the Carson-Speaks Chapel, 1501 W. Lexington Ave., Independence, MO. The family asks that contributions be made in Ruth’s memory to the South Crysler Restoration Branch. Online condolences may be expressed at www.speakschapel.com (Arrangements: Carson-Speaks Chapel 816-252-7900)

Urgent Prayers Needed for Shirley Staggs

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From:
​Karen Baker
thebeestop@aol.com


Urgent Prayers Needed for Shirley Staggs

Shirley Staggs is in the hospital, dehydrated, her kidneys have shut down.
Doctors are hoping that fluids will help restore kidney function.
She is in great need of prayer.

Wednesday, November 26, 2014

House/Apartment Rental Wanted

---------- Forwarded message ----------
From: Claire Loyd
claireinet@sbcglobal.net


Dear Saints,

My husband Josh, infant son Isaac, and I are moving back to the Kansas City area in May next year. We are looking to rent a two bedroom, two bath home or apartment.

If anyone could offer any suggestions, that would be greatly appreciated! I can be reached at (316) 641-9137 or
​ ​
claireinet@sbcglobal.net
​ ​


We are in need of a place that is free of mold, pet dander, and cigarette smoke.

Thank you for your help!

God bless,
Claire (Burford) Loyd

Tuesday, November 25, 2014

CPRS Flyer

---------- Forwarded message ----------
From: Center Place Restoration School
cprsgoldeneagles@yahoo.com

CENTER PLACE
RESTORATION SCHOOL

NEWSLETTER


We are pleaseed to announce that CPRS now has an online newsletter! Those interested may sign up to receive their copy every month by emailing us at cprsgoldeneagles@yahoo.com or by calling the school office at 816-252-1715

The newsletter may also be accessed on our new website at cprsgoldeneagles.com on the “newsletter” link under the “calendars” section.

JOB OPENING

CPRS will be hiring a Financial Secretary for the 2015-2016 school year. This position includes accounts payable, accounts receivable, billing, etc. Experience in and/or knowledge of accounting is essential. The training will begin in late spring/early summer, with the job beginning on July1.

To apply, stop by the CPRS office to pick up an application or contact us by phone 816-252-1715 or by email cprsgoldeneagles@yahoo.com



Blue Hymnals - Wanted

---------- Forwarded message ----------
From: DougJudi Smith
dougjudismith@gmail.com


Blue Hymnals?

I am looking for some used blue hymnals for a congregation in Nairobi, Kenya.
If anyone has or knows of some that are not being used, please let me know and I can pick them up.

I'm needing 10-20.

Judi Smith
dougjudismith@gmail.com

Bonnie Coy Memorial Service

---------- Forwarded message ----------
From: Shirley Holloway
nana_holloway@yahoo.com


Bonnie Coy Memorial Service

Our dear sister returned to the Lord last week, after battling cancer a number of years. There will be a service this Saturday, November 29th, at Living Hope Restoration Branch, 10:30 am. This was Katie Coy's daughter.

Thank you,
Shirley Holloway

Monday, November 24, 2014

2013 Toyota Scion - For Sale

From: Virginia Frye
virginiaffrye@gmail.com


2013 Toyota Scion, 19,900 miles, Dark gray inside and out, sun roof, automatic, very clean like new, have a lien on it, $17,000.00.

The reason I need to sell it is: because it is my son's car, he's in the military and will be overseas for the next 3 years he and ask me to sell it for him.

Thank you
Virginia Frye
816-914-2217

LAST CALL - Time to Start Some of the Plants for Spring

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From: Kelli Miesse
miesse@sbcglobal.net


Time to Start Some of the Plants for Spring

LAST CALL FOR PRE ORDERS of hot and super hot peppers, eggplant, rosemary and collard greens. Keep an eye out – cold weather vegetables will be coming soon, so be thinking if you need lettuce, spinach, broccoli, cauliflowers, etc.

The plants that need extended growth time include hot, and super hot peppers, as well as eggplant varieties. These will be seeded by the end of November, due to an 18 week lead time. The list of these items is as follows:

Peppers - These are all either Heirloom, Open Pollinated Heirloom, or Non-GMO Hybrids ($3-$5, depending on rarity/difficulty)

Other types of hots and super hots will be available soon. If you don’t see what you want on this list, please let me know what you are looking for.



7-Pot Douglah

7-Pot Large

7-Pot Yellow

Aji Limon

Anaheim

Banana (Sweet)

Black Hungarian

Black Pearl

Brain Strain

Butch T

Carolina Reaper

Cascabel

Cayenne

Chocolate Fatali

Chocolate Habanero

Chocolate Scorpion

Chocolate Scotch Bonnet

Corno di Toro (Red and Yellow)

Dorset Naga

Fish Pepper

Ghost (Bhut Joloklia)

Goat Horn

Inca Red Drop

Jalepeno

Jigsaw

Lemon Habanero

Maule Cayenne

Midnight

Mini Bell (Red, Yellow)

Mustard Habanero

Orange Habanero

Pequin

Poblano

Red Habanero

Red Marconi

Regular Bell (Red, Yellow, Orange, Green)

Scotch Bonnet

Serrano

Trinidad Congo

White Habanero

Xmas Bells

Yellow Scorpion

Yummy Bell (Mixed colors on plant)



Eggplant ($3)

Black Beauty

Purple Eggplant



Please send your requests to me in email, at: miesse@sbcglobal.net, and include a phone number where you can be reached. I will need to know what you want, as well as how many of ea.


Thanks and blessings!

Kelli

Twin Bed Set - For Sale

---------- Forwarded message ----------
From: GCBTVB
gcbtvb@gmail.com


Twin Bed Set

Twin bed box springs, mattress, solid wood headboard, mattress pad, light blue twin sheet flat and fitted sheet, and navy bedskirt. From a non-smoking home, mattresses purchased new
when our son grew out of his toddler bed approx. six years ago. $100.00 for everything (matching navy curtains for 2 windows available also at no charge).

Email gcbtvb@gmail.com

if interested...thank you!


Sunday, November 23, 2014

1979 Caprice Classic Chevrolet For Sale

Beth Jess has
For Sale

I have a1979 Caprice Classic Chevrolet. The Car has original miles. 56,000 mile range. It is in good condition and has been garaged and has been serviced regularly.

Please make an offer.

Call 816-795-8038 Beth Jess

Friday, November 21, 2014

Gas range for sale

---------- Forwarded message ----------
From: Julia Anderson
cprsanderson@hotmail.com


Gas range for sale


GE Self-cleaning gas range (white) for sale.
Approximately 5 years old. Excellent condition.

$150 obo

Please contact Kevin at 816.778.1701
or Julie at cprsanderson@hotmail.com

Wednesday, November 19, 2014

​Washer and Dryer For Sale

---------- Forwarded message ----------
From: GraceAna Garcia
graceana2011@gmail.com

​Washer and Dryer For Sale

Washer – double capacity, 12 years old, digital, in good condition and running smoothly $100 or best offer.

​​Dryer– double capacity, 12 years old, digital, in good condition and running smoothly $100 or best offer.

Earliest pickup date Saturday, 11/22/14

Call 816-254-6374 after 10 a.m.

Thanks


--
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ReachHigherNow.com
Like us:
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*FREE FIREWOOD: Cotton Wood*

---------- Forwarded message ----------
From: The Church of Christ
elijahmessage@peoplepc.com


​​
*FREE FIREWOOD: Cotton Wood*


*FREE FIREWOOD ON THE GROUND AND CLEAN UP.*
*YOU WILL NEED CHAIN SAWS AND WEDGES*

*CALL FOR APPOINTMENT *

​​
Paul Savage
Home (816) 886-7252

Cell (816) 392-9811

Revealed! The Purpose Driven Plan To Destroy Your Church

Revealed! The Purpose Driven Plan To Destroy Your Church (Video)

Church Transitions, an associate of Saddleback Church in California, trains the clique initiating the change in eight published steps. The church membership is not to be informed of the transition until the fourth step. After the sixth step in the process of change, if there are some in the church who voice concerns, the following is suggested:

1. Identify those who are resisting the changes;
2. Assess the effectiveness of their opposition;
3. Befriend those who are undecided about the changes;
4. Marginalize more persistent resisters;
5. Vilify those who stay and fight; and
6. Establish new rules that will silence all resistance.


Read the article:

http://beforeitsnews.com/conspiracy-theories/2013/11/revealed-the-purpose-driven-plan-to-destroy-your-church-video-2456300.html


Tuesday, November 18, 2014

FREE FIREWOOD

---------- Forwarded message ----------
From: jron gamble
jrongamble33@hotmail.com


FREE FIREWOOD


FREE FIREWOOD ON THE GROUND AND CLEAN UP.
YOU WILL NEED CHAIN SAWS AND WEDGES

CALL FOR APPOINTMENT

RON GAMBLE
(816) 478-0740 RESIDENCE
(816) 797-3274 CELL

​3/4 Size Violin For Sale

​From: Garland

gdschnack@gmail.com

​Violin For Sale
Bow
Hardshell Case
Rosin
$125.00

Great Christmas Gift

Call Garland Schnack
816-796-4167

Bountiful String Quartet Performance This Sunday, November 23rd!

---------- Forwarded message ----------
From: The Bountiful String Quartet
contact@bountifulquartet.com


Performance This Sunday, November 23rd!

Hi Saints,
Come join the Bountiful String Quartet in a musical worship service this Sunday, November 23rd at 5:45pm.

The service will be at South Crysler Restoration Branch
(16101 E. Salisbury Rd) in Independence, MO.
See you there!


Monday, November 17, 2014

Jr/Sr Chili Dinner​ Cancelled​

---------- Forwarded message ----------
From: Michele Schmidt
cprsschmidt@hotmail.com

​​
Jr/Sr Chili Dinner​ Cancelled​


​The CPRS Junior and Senior
Chili Cookoff and Comedy Night
Saturday, November 22nd
at South Crysler Restoration Branch

Has been cancelled​

Thanks, Shelly

Saturday, November 15, 2014

HOME FOR SALE-1.5+ Acres, 4bed/3 bath, Independence

---------- Forwarded message ----------
From: Gayle Dunning
gaylesdunning@gmail.com

HOME FOR SALE-1.5+ Acres, 4bed/3 bath, Independence

Penny Dunning is selling a home in Independence located just across the street from the Devon Park branch. The home sits on a beautiful 1.5+ acres with apples trees, a walkover bridge, built-in fire pit, and more. The home has been fully renovated featuring a large kitchen with stainless steel appliances, 4 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms, an office, deck, and sun room. On the lower level there is a separate living area including a full second kitchen and living room with a wood burning stove.

She asking $159,900 for it as she wants it to sell quickly. If you are interested in visiting the property, please call (816-547-1971) or email (gaylesdunning@gmail.com). I have also attached a flyer with more information and a link below for the listing.

http://matrix.heartlandmls.com/matrix/shared/3t07FC4r0SDd/819EDevonStreet

Thanks!

Gayle S. (Shepard) Dunning, Realtor®, MBA
Platinum Realty
____________________________________________________________
Mobile: 816.547.1971 | Office: 888.220.0988 | Fax: 888.220.0989
gdunning@MoveWithPlatinum.com | www.MoveWithPlatinum.com

Gene Scherer passed away

Gene Scherer passed away

Linda (Killpack) Sherer’s husband Gene has died of an apparent heart attack on Wednesday, November 12.
Gene’s services will be on Monday, November 17 at 10:30 a.m. at the Woodbine, Iowa Community of Christ Church.

You can see more information at the Fouts Funeral Home site:

http://hosting-24896.tributes.com/obituary/show/Eugene-Sherer-101875239

"Night of the Father's Love" - Restoration Christmas Choir and Orchestra


---------- Forwarded message ----------
From: Larry Ward
laward.01@comcast.net


"Night of the Father's Love"

Come celebrate the birth of Jesus

with the Restoration Christmas Choir and Orchestra!


Worship Service Dates:

December 7, 6:30 p.m.

Outreach Restoration Branch

723 South Crysler Avenue

Independence, MO



December 14, 11:00 a.m.

Atherton Restoration Branch

4910 North Main
​ ​
Street

Atherton, MO


For more information,

contact Larry or Diane Ward

at laward.01@comcast.net or 816-252-8311

or go to

www.restorationchoir.webs.com


Friday, November 14, 2014

Warrensburg Apartment

---------- Forwarded message ----------
From: Mindy Simmons
mindymsimmons@gmail.com


Warrensburg Apartment

Hello,


I will be starting grad school at UCM (Warrensburg) in January. I am currently searching for an affordable single bedroom apartment that is close to the school. If any church members are renting or know of good people to rent from, it would be of great help to be put in contact with such people.

Please and thank you!
Mindymsimmons@gmail.com

Thursday, November 13, 2014

Book Of Mormon Round Table - Sunday, NOV. 16th, 2014 at 6pm

---------- Forwarded message ----------
From: robyn mun
restorationsparkplug@gmail.com



Book Of Mormon Round Table

The 3rd Sunday of the month



Sunday, NOV. 16th, 2014 at 6pm



Speaker/Presenter: Terry Weldon



“ The Covenant for building the New Jersusalem with All Things Commom”


See you on floor “A” of Stone Church!

1012 W. Lexington Ave., (lower north parking lot)

Independence, MO. 64050 816-254-2211



Let Us Endure To The End….

(2 Nephi 13:30-32 & 3 Nephi 7:10 Iowa Missouri Saints / 2 Nephi 31:20-21 & 3 Nephi 15:9 Utah Saints)

Love, Robyn Mun

restorationsparkplug@gmail.com

816-838-6575 cell & text

Wednesday, November 12, 2014

For Sale - Competition BBQ smoker - $1500

Heidi is selling a smoker on craiglist.
https://kansascity.craigslist.org/for/4746415198.html
Competition BBQ smoker - $1500 (Independence)

Backwoods clone
Perfect for backyard or competition
Gravity fed charcoal shoot
Holds 16LBS of charcoal
Fully insulated smoker with 2 " of mineral wool
All new gaskets on cook chamber door, fire box door and charcoal shoot door
4 cook racks 21"x 24"
SS water pan 21" x 24"
2" SS ball valve for air intake
Food probe port
All aluminum outside

Call only, no texting, you can email but for faster reply you need to call. Serious buyers only, no delivery, firm on price.

do NOT contact me with unsolicited services or offers

Missing - 16 YEAR OLD Nathaniel Dance


---------- Forwarded message ----------
From: steve bishop
stevebishop@live.com


MISSING

16 YEAR OLD Nathaniel Dance

Last seen October 19 south of the square in

Independence MO wearing a dark blue suit,

black dress boots, tie and wraparound sun glasses with blue mirrored lenses.

Height 5' 11''. Weight 175 lbs lean and muscular.

Blue eyes. Light brown/sandy blond hair with slight red highlights.

Identifiable characteristic: His ears are very different from each other.

Please contact his parents at 816-206-3993

1-800-THE-LOST OR 816-206-3993

1-800-843-5678 24 hour hotline Case # 1239527

Facebook page by searching Missing - Nathaniel

Need to Rent Apt or House

---------- Forwarded message ----------
From: Jill Etter
ephesians319@sbcglobal.net


Need to Rent Apt or House


Hello Church Family,

My son, Jacob Etter, and three other church guys are actively looking for a house or apartment to rent. Currently they are renting an apartment in a bad part of town. Jacob's car has been broken into three times! They would like to be able to live in a safer neighborhood.

They do not smoke, nor do they drink. They do not have loud parties. They are quiet young men in their 20s who have good, steady jobs. They do not have any pets.

Please email, call, or text me using the information below.

Jill Farnham Etter
Voice Professor
MCC-Blue River
Music Arts Institute
Etter Voice Studio
816-591-4289
ephesians319@sbcglobal.net

Tuesday, November 11, 2014

1979 Caprice Classic For Sale

---------- Forwarded message ----------
From: Charles Golden
cpgolden56@comcast.net


1979 Caprice Classic For Sale

For Sale-1979 Caprice Classic-Original Miles-Needs some restoration
Make an Offer
816-795-8038

Time to Start Some of the Plants for Spring

---------- Forwarded message ----------
From: Kelli Miesse


miesse@sbcglobal.net


Time to Start Some of the Plants for Spring


The plants that need extended growth time include hot, and super hot peppers, as well as eggplant varieties. These will be seeded by the end of November, due to an 18 week lead time. The list of these items is as follows:

Peppers - These are all either Heirloom, Open Pollinated Heirloom, or Non-GMO Hybrids ($3-$5, depending on rarity/difficulty)

Other types of hots and super hots will be available soon. If you don’t see what you want on this list, please let me know what you are looking for.



7-Pot Douglah

7-Pot Large

7-Pot Yellow

Aji Limon

Anaheim

Banana (Sweet)

Black Hungarian

Black Pearl

Brain Strain

Butch T

Carolina Reaper

Cascabel

Cayenne

Chocolate Fatali

Chocolate Habanero

Chocolate Scorpion

Chocolate Scotch Bonnet

Corno di Toro (Red and Yellow)

Dorset Naga

Fish Pepper

Ghost (Bhut Joloklia)

Goat Horn

Inca Red Drop

Jalepeno

Jigsaw

Lemon Habanero

Maule Cayenne

Midnight

Mini Bell (Red, Yellow)

Mustard Habanero

Orange Habanero

Pequin

Poblano

Red Habanero

Red Marconi

Regular Bell (Red, Yellow, Orange, Green)

Scotch Bonnet

Serrano

Trinidad Congo

White Habanero

Xmas Bells

Yellow Scorpion

Yummy Bell (Mixed colors on plant)



Eggplant ($3)

Black Beauty

Purple Eggplant



Please send your requests to me in email, at: miesse@sbcglobal.net, and include a phone number where you can be reached. I will need to know what you want, as well as how many of each​.


Thanks and blessings!

Kelli

Monday, November 10, 2014

WALDO AVE. COAT GIVE AWAY ON NOV. 15 FROM 9AM TO 1PM

---------- Forwarded message ----------
From: Charles Golden
cpgolden56@comcast.net


WALDO AVE. COAT GIVE AWAY ON NOV. 15 FROM 9AM TO 1PM


THOSE WISHING TO DONATE ITEMS SHOULD BRING THEM BETWEEN THE HOURS OF 5PM AND 7PM ON FRIDAY NOV. 14TH. TO WALDO AVENUE RESTORATION BRANCH
AT 819 WEST WALDO INDEPENDENCE, MO.

ITEMS REQUESTED ARE-COATS-CAPS-GLOVES-MITTENS-MISC. ITEMS FOR COLD WEATHER.

THE GIVE AWAY WILL START ON SATURDAY NOV. 15TH AT 9AM AND END AT 1PM.

WE WISH TO THANK IN ADVANCE ALL THOSE WHO WILL BE DONATING ITEMS FOR
​ ​
THIS WORTH WHILE CAUSE TO CLOTH THE NEEDY.


WALDO AVENUE RESTORATION BRANCH

Sunday, November 9, 2014

Pool Table For Sale


4X8 full sized Pool Table
Leather Pockets
Table Cover
Balls and Rack
Q-sticks and Rack
Blue Table covering
About 3 years old, like new condition
Cost $2,300 new
Make Serious Offer
Have to move because of Military Inflicted Disability

Please call: 816-257-4706

Saturday, November 8, 2014

​US Pharmacopoeia - Wanted​

---------- Forwarded message ----------
From: Michael J Rhonda J Stahlman
mrstahlman@embarqmail.com


​US Pharmacopoeia - Wanted​

I am interested in finding a US Pharmacopoeia, 1979 8th edition volume 1.

Do you know of anyone that has one they do not want?

Rhonda Stahlman

Cell: 816-559-1112

Fax: 816-795-7809

Gary Arthur Nelson - Obituary

MELODY NELSON
beyedoers@prtel.com


Thank you, dear saints, for all of your concerns and prayers. Gary went to be with the Lord at about 12:30 this morning. His last trail ride was a bit rough, but I know its end was full of joy. God bless you all.

Love in Christ,
Melody and family


Remembering the Life of:

was born April 8, 1929, at Bismarck, ND, the only child of Arthur and Ilah (Whiting) Nelson. Gary spent his childhood at the Nelson cottage on Clitherall Lake, MN. For several years he attended a nearby country school, and in 1947 graduated from Battle Lake High School, Battle Lake, MN. He enlisted in the U. S. Army Infantry in Nov.,1949, and served 2+ years in the Joint Shore Patrol, Guam. Gary attended the University of Minnesota and shortly thereafter began a nearly 50-year career in Law Enforcement. During many of these same years, he served as an ordained minister of the Gospel of Jesus Christ.

Gary loved the sport of boxing and in his youth was a Golden Gloves champion. Highlights in this arena included: Golden Glove Featherweight Boxing Champion, Fergus Falls, MN, 1947; General Beightler's Boxing Squad, Southwest Pacific, 1950-1951; Dist. Golden Gloves Welterweight Champion, Wahpeton, ND, 1952, 1953, 1954;
Welterweight Champion, University of MN, 1952-1953; Best Fighter Award, Wahpeton District Golden Gloves, 1952; Golden Glove Welterweight Champion, Upper Midwest, Team Captain 1953, 1954; Compet. in National Golden Glove Championship Tournament, Chicago, IL, 1953, 1954; Middleweight Champion, Wahpeton District, 1956; Quickest Knockout Award, Wahpeton District Tournament, 1956; Minnesota Sports Champion Award-presented by Minnesota Statehood Centennial Commission " in appreciation of significant contributions to sports and recreation," 1958; Bell Ringer Award-American Legion-Post No. 20, Wahpeton Golden Gloves, Region III. Boxing Record: 69 total fights; 61 wins, 7 losses, 1 draw.

Music was also a big part of Gary's life. He especially enjoyed listening to and singing the authentic songs of the West, and he soloed many a sacred hymn and inspirational song at church services, weddings and funerals.

Gary's extensive training and experience led to leadership positions in a long, active, and multi-faceted career in Law Enforcement. A portion of this dedicated Minnesota lawman's resume is set forth below:

Minnesota State Highway Patrol School, 1957; Otter Tail County Sheriff's Office-two stints as deputy sheriff for a total of 4½ years, divided by US Border Patrol service; U. S. Border Patrol School and Duty Station, Nogales, Arizona, 1958, Patrol Inspector; Otter Tail County Probation and Parole-Probation/Parole Agent, 1959; graduate,
Federal Bureau of Investigation National Academy (FBI), 1968; Bureau of Narcotics and Dangerous Drugs, U. S. Department of Justice, St. Paul, MN, graduated No. 1 in class, 1970.

Minnesota Bureau of Criminal Apprehension: 25 years, commencing December, 1959. Field Supervisor, Crime Investigation. Project Director, MN Narcotics Information Network. Supervisor, administrator, State Narcotics Division. Retired from the Bureau in September, 1984. During much of his time with the Minnesota BCA , he also served as an instructor, MN Bureau of Criminal Apprehension, Civil Defense Auxiliary Police Training-statewide; as a guest lecturer-University of Minnesota, Minnesota Supreme Court Continuing Education for State Court Personnel; and as a part-time instructor for the Alexandria TVS Law Enforcement Academy (12 years).

Gary was appointed to several MN State commissions, including the State Department Subcommittee, State Planning Agency, Drug Abuse Section; Governor's Commission on Law Enforcement and Administration of Justice and Corrections, commencing July 13, 1967-Governor Levander-4 years; State of Minnesota Legislative
Commission on Organized Crime, St. Paul, MN-Senator Winston Borden, Chairman, 1974; Governor's Advisory Commission on Controlled Substances, 1969-1975; Governor's Commission on Violent Crime, appointed July, 1991; Governor's Advisory Council, Police Officer State Training Board-two terms, commencing, 1993.

Friday, November 7, 2014

Wanted: Queen Size Bed Frame

From: Pam Miller
pammysue56@gmail.com


Wanted: Queen Size Bed Frame

Please contact:
Pam Miller
816-257-2305
816-694-9389
pammysue56@gmail.com

Thursday, November 6, 2014

25% Off Sale at Restoration Bookstore

---------- Forwarded message ----------
From: helpdesk@restorationbookstore.org




25% Off Sale at Restoration Bookstore
​Now thru December 31, 2014​

Price Publishing Company is now offering a 25% Off Sale through the end of the year on all the books and CDs that we publish. (Not included in the sale are books and CDs we resell, eBooks, tracts, charts and maps, certificates, all types of cards--priesthood cards, sacrament cards, pocket cards, notecards--and other non-book items.)

Call the Bookstore at (816) 461-5659 if you have questions about specific items on sale, or go online at http://www.restorationbookstore.org/. Except for items listed above, most items with a product code beginning with "ppc" or "901" are on sale. Some of those include:


The Scriptures: Inspired Version, Book of Mormon, and Doctrine and Covenants (paperback, hardback leather, and deluxe leather editions)
Story of the Church, by Inez Smith Davis
Memoirs of Joseph Smith III, Into the Latter Day Light, Autobiography of Charles Derry, and most of the other biographies and autobiographies
Many missionary books, including The Old Jerusalem Gospel, A Marvelous Work and a Wonder, The Angel Message, Fundamental Differences between the LDS and RLDS Churches
Favorite classics: Call at Evening, In the Shelter of the Little Brown Cottage, The Vineyard Story, Joseph Smith the Prophet and His Progenitors
Historical reprints: Times and Seasons, Messenger and Advocate, Saints' Advocate
And many others


Attached is a sale flyer you are free to print off and put on your branch bulletin board.

With Christmas approaching, this is the perfect time to find a gift for a friend or loved one that will last a lifetime!


Alice Marie (Herrell) Bayless Johnson crossed over “into life”

---------- Forwarded message ----------
From: robyn mun
restorationsparkplug@gmail.com


*Alice Marie Johnson passing into life*



Alice Marie (Herrell) Bayless Johnson crossed over “into life” on Tues.
Nov., 4th 2014 at 2:23 PM. Alice Marie lived a full life serving God and
her fellow man, enjoying the love and fellowship of family and friends,
along with a successful career working for McDonnell Douglas - Boeing in
Long Beach, CA. She was an incredibly loving individual who had a heart of
gold. She raised three younger siblings during the Great Depression while
her widowed mother worked. She found herself widowed twice with both
husbands dying of cancer. She had a beautiful voice and not only sang for
years in her church choir, she also directed the choir for many years.
Alice will be truly missed, especially by her two nieces who loved her
dearly. A Celebration of Life will be held in Luff Auditorium at the Stone
Church Community of Christ located at 1012 W. Lexington Ave., Independence,
MO. 64050, on Saturday, December 6th at 4:00 PM.





Let Us Endure To The End….

*(2 Nephi 13:30-32 & 3 Nephi 7:10 Iowa Missouri Saints / 2 Nephi 31:20-21 &
3 Nephi 15:9 Utah Saints)*

Love, Robyn Mun

*restorationsparkplug@gmail.com *

*816-838-6575 <816-838-6575> cell & text*

Wednesday, November 5, 2014

Car Needed

Tom Beem
tjbeem@comcast.net


I need help finding this man a dependable vehicle.
Thank you, Tom Beem

Need car to travel back and forth to work--Independence to Overland Park. Starting new job at UPS. Get paid 15th and 31st and can pay $350 out of each check. Start work Monday 11/10/2014 8:00 AM. First payment would be on 12/1/2014.

Contact Curtis Gordon at 816-984-9608 or Tom Beem at 816-461-7077
Thanks

Kathryn L. "Kay" Van Fleet - Obituary


1925 - 2014 | Obituary | Condolences
Kathryn L. "Kay" Van Fleet Obituary
Kathryn "Kay" Lee Van Fleet (Jagger), age 89, was born in Redding, Iowa, June 29, 1925, to Lewis Franklin and Gladys Vera Jagger. The family moved to Independence, Mo., when she was 3. She has a younger brother, Lewis (Bud) Jagger and a younger sister, Donna Belle Miller and husband, Merlin. Her parents and siblings preceded her in death.

Kay graduated from Wm. Chrisman High School and obtained her business degree from Graceland College in Lamoni, Iowa, in 1947. She worked for Hallmark Cards as an executive secretary to the Creative Art Dept. She was married to Edgar A. Van Fleet on July 1, 1949, and shared 65 wonderful years together having 2 sons, the oldest son Richard A. Van Fleet married to Karen Volz and they have 3 sons, Bryan, Eric and Jason. The youngest son, Ronald L. Van Fleet married to Brenda French and they have 3 children, Katie and her husband, David Cromwell, Breanna and Zach, and sister-in-law, Donna Jagger of Indiana.

She was a life long member of the RLDS (Community of Christ) Church and attended the last 45 years at the South Crysler Congregation. Kay loved singing and sang in the Cantanina Choir for many years. She loved people and did not know a stranger. She loved her Lord and desired to serve him fully. One of her favorite scriptures was Psalms 121:1-3 "I will lift up mine eye's unto the hills from wince cometh my help, my help comes from the Lord, who made heaven and earth. Behold He who keepeth Israel, shall neither slumber nor sleep". Her husband and family were dear to her. She had many close lifelong friends that shared the joy of music and of the gospel with her. Kay passed away on October 27, 2014, at Rosewood Health Center.

A memorial service will be held at the South Crysler Congregation located at 3100 S. Crysler Ave. in Independence, MO 64052 on Thursday, Nov. 6, at 11 a.m.

In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to Outreach International.

Online condolences may be expressed at www.speakschapel.com. - See more at:

- See more at:

http://www.legacy.com/obituaries/examiner/obituary.aspx?pid=173016968#sthash.vnunh9Ao.dpuf

Sacred or Secular Holiday Music in Public Schools

---------- Forwarded message ----------
From: Jill Etter
ephesians319@sbcglobal.net


Sacred or Secular Holiday Music in Public Schools


Hello Church Family,

The following article outlines the stance that NAfME (National Association for Music Educators) has and will take regarding sacred music in public schools.

http://www.nafme.org/how-do-you-choose-music-for-your-christmasholidaywinter-or-non-holidaydecember-concert/

Yet one more instance where religion is delegated to the historical context in which it was sung, not because of any current religious love for Jesus Christ. Because of public school policies, music educators must prove that their religious selection is presented "in a sensitive manner, emphasizing the educational and multicultural value of the music, rather than any religious/seasonal aspect," NAfME guidelines state.

Thankfully, even though religious music is watered down into merely an educational experience, music educators are allowed to use religious themes in their Winter/Holiday (i.e. Christmas) concerts.

NAfME's conclusion explains, "It is the position of the National Association for Music Education that the study and performance of religious music within an educational context is a vital and appropriate part of a comprehensive music education. The omission of sacred music from the school curriculum would result in an incomplete educational experience. It is hoped that with sensitivity to the issues raised, with careful understanding of legal aspects, and with consideration for personal feelings, educators will use the full range of music literature in an appropriate contextual setting."

Thus we can attend a public school concert, listen to religious music and glorify God in our hearts. We can enjoy the Biblical values and come away refreshed in the knowledge that God is not dead. I only wish, pray, and hope that someday, again, our nation will be a true Christian light upon the hill.

Jill Farnham Etter
Voice Professor
MCC-Blue River
Music Arts Institute
Etter Voice Studio
816-591-4289
jetter_voicestudio@sbcglobal.net

Express Medical Care on the Square

---------- Forwarded message ----------
From: Steven Schultz
stevenschultz50@embarqmail.com

Gary (D.O.) ​and Marsha Skinner (medical receptionist).

Their new office is:

Express Medical Care on the Square
212 W Lexington Ave
Independence MO 64050

816-795-9911


Gary and Marsha have a medical clinic for non serious illnesses, checkups, sports and scout physicals, etc. at reasonable prices.

Also, as members of the Restoration​, you will be seeing a qualified doctor. I commend them to everyone. Gary is highly qualified.

Steven Schultz

​ Little Mermaid

---------- Forwarded message ----------
From: Joy Cain
joy.cain1986@gmail.com


Little Mermaid

Come on mon, down unda da sea!

Come enjoy a cast of 45 (1st graders - seniors, crew of 15 & a host a volunteers who have been working for weeks to bring you a great night of family fun!

THIS Thursday (1 p.m.) ,

Friday (7:30 p.m.) & Saturday (7:30 p.m.)

CPRS - 819 W. Waldo Ave Indep., MO

$7 per person

Free Lime Stone Dust

Bruce Luedeman
bluedema@gmail.com



Free Lime Stone Dust

I am relocating my gun range in late December and need to dispose of 30 tons of lime stone dust that I used as a bullet catch. The dust, when mixed with other chemicals, is most commonly used to make concrete (the mine doesn’t want it back) and to put on farmers’ fields to stabilize the acidity in the soil. If you have a gully to fill it would also work as a filler. I will remove the spent bullets and someone can have the material. The material is currently located in the Independence area. If you don’t have the means to pick it up I know a fellow with a front end loader and a dump truck I can put you in contact with.

Thanks,
Bruce Luedeman MA, EMT
201 W. Lexington #100
Independence, MO 64050
Ph# 816-353-6826 (good for text also)
Bruce@SafeShoot.com
www.SafeShoot.com



Tuesday, November 4, 2014

Piano is gone

Brian & Betty Maday would like to thank you for advertising their garage sale.
The Piano was the big item and it was taken.
They would like to have that announced that the Piano was taken so that won't continue to get calls.

Help for housebound lady / Electric wheelchair for sale


---------- Forwarded message ----------
From:
​Linda Griffin

lldrgriffin@comcast.net


Help for housebound lady / Electric wheelchair for sale

Betty Musgrave is housebound and needs someone to come clean her small 4 room apt. for her once a month.

She also would like a hairdresser to come to her home to do her hair.

We also have a brand new electric wheelchair for sale. It has never been used. Very nice. It is a Quantim Pride chair.
Asking $1500 firm.

If you can help with Betty's needs or are interested in the wheelchair, please call 816-510-4972 and ask for Jimmy.

Thank you.

Monday, November 3, 2014

​Vehicle Needed​

-
​​
--------- Forwarded message ----------
From: Richard Hoff
richardhoff61@yahoo.com


​Vehicle Needed​


I'm in need of a Vehicle in the range of ​$3 - 5,000​. My vehicle has reached it's limit. I live on Social Security and have limited income. Something with 100,000 miles or less, I am an Elder of Zion's Hope Restoration, and live in Independence.
Phone ​816-729-4757

God Bless,
Richard Hoff Sr.

Craft Show Announcement


---------- Forwarded message ----------
From: Centerplace Crafters Guild
centerplacecrafters@gmail.com


Craft Show Announcement


Centerplace Crafters Guild is hosting our 3rd Semi-Annual Craft Show & Business Expo on Saturday, November 15th from 9am-4pm at Living Hope Restoration Branch which is located at 2425 1/2 South Crysler, Independence, MO 64052.

Browse through our booths of handmade items by local crafters! Specialties include dollhouse miniatures, quilts, jewelry, hair accessories, crocheted scarves, fleece blankets, body scrubs, candles, chocolates, stick horses, primitives, papercrafts, wood-crafted items, baked goods, and handmade children's clothing. A local artist will be teaching children's classes on painting techniques; a photographer will be on hand to capture your favorite child in a "Frozen" winter wonderland; and a professional genealogist will help you discover your family tree!

Representatives will also be available from such companies as Tupperware, Mary Kay, It Works, Herbalife, 31 Bags, Scentsy, Youngevity, Oragami Owl, Miche, Discovery Toys, Plexus, Advocare, Jamberry, Tastefully Simple, along with others -- many of them with products for cash & carry.

We're so excited to share these crafts and businesses with you, and we're looking forward to seeing you there!

For more information regarding our event, visit our new website: www.CenterplaceCraftersGuild.com!

​​
Thanks!
Michele Ludy Pearl ​

CPRS Website

---------- Forwarded message ----------
From: Center Place Restoration School
cprsgoldeneagles@yahoo.com


CPRS Website


www.cprsgoldeneagles.com​


It is with great pleasure that we announce the launch of our new website.

Please check it out at
​​
www.cprsgoldeneagles.com

Visit the site to view the athletic calendar, make a donation to the Adopt-a-Student program, or meet our school faculty and staff members.

Sunday, November 2, 2014

Don't Forget to VOTE on Tuesday! (Voting guide from MRL)

---------- Forwarded message ----------
From: Jessica Holmes
candleinthenight2003@yahoo.com


Don't Forget to VOTE on Tuesday! (Voting guide from MRL)

This Tuesday, we face an important election. We have a chance to put individuals in office that will turn the tide for our country, and especially on life issues. Be sure you know what candidates support the right to life and what candidates do not.

This link will take you to the Missouri Right to Life endorsements for candidates.
http://www.missourilifepac.org/2014/general.html

I would especially like to encourage those of you in the fifth district to vote for Jacob Turk. We have had Emanuel cleaver in office for far too long. It's time for the members of the fifth district to take a stand for life! Here is some more information about the two candidates.

Jacob Turk

Opposes abortion on demand and supports legal protection for unborn children
Against using tax payer dollars to pay for abortion -- will vote to repeal the anti-life Obamacare
Supports requiring parental consent before abortion is performed on a minor daughter
Endorsed by National Right to Life and Missouri Right to Life

Emanuel Cleaver

Rated 100% by Planned Parenthood for his support of abortion at every stage for any reason
Voted for Obamacare's taxpayer funded abortions and against the conscience rights of medical professionals and business owners
Voted to keep partial birth abortion legal
Voted against requiring parental consent before abortion is performed on a minor daughter
Voted to allow minor daughters to be 'taken' across state lines for an abortion without their parents' knowledge or consent
Voted for gender selection abortion allowing girls to be aborted simply for being girls

We have had a star anti-abortion congressman for far too long. Please, get out and vote for Jacob Turk on Tuesday!

Jessica Holmes
Restoration for Life

What day was Jesus born?

From: Fern Smith
ferniesmith.bom@comcast.net


This was good…and he gives all the reasons. Notice I added the Part No.2. There is not much to Part 2, except if you don’t have it to see that for yourself, you think you might be missing
​something. Still if you want to order the DVD with multiple sermons by Jonathan Cahn
author of "The Harbinger"​
, it is good to have part 2.



What day was Jesus born?
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WfPXPQ5LwwQ&feature=youtu.be

This makes a lot of sense to me.
​​
Jonathan Cahn-30 minutes.

And part two if you want to hear it…
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QBvFx9IrPSo

Saturday, November 1, 2014

OLDBOOKMAN SALE - November 2014

OLDBOOKMAN SALE
November, 2014

Prices good through November 29, 2014, or while supplies last.

Many of these are one-of-a-kind items. Act quickly!

Phone (816) 210-8450 or e-mail Oldbookman@juno.com

to check availability and to place your order.

THINK GIFTS—FOR YOURSELF OR A FRIEND!

Times and Seasons, Church paper published in Nauvoo from 1839 to 1846. Replica by Herald House with smooth brown binding to match the replica Book of Mormon, Doctrine and Covenants, etc. There are 6 volumes in 5 hardcover books (volumes 1 and 2 are bound together). A softcover index is included. Free shipping. $250.00.

Journal of History, 15 volumes of the 18-volume set from early 1900's filled with RLDS biographies and history. Volume 1 is dated 1908. Published by Herald House. Free shipping. $800.00.

Journal of History, First 7 volumes of the 18-volume set filled with RLDS biographies and history. Volume 1 is dated 1908. Published by Herald House. Free shipping. $250.00.

Saints’ Harp, 1870 RLDS hymnal from Plano, Illinois. This brown leather book is missing the title page (so it could have been printed later in Lamoni). Otherwise, pages are complete through the 1120 hymns (words only) and the index. The cover is nicely embossed, and the spine has raised bars and bright gold title. Free shipping. $180.00

Saints’ Harmony, 1889 RLDS hymnal from Lamoni, Iowa, which contains the words of the 1120 hymns from Saints’ Harp plus 555 hymn tunes. About 8.5x10.5" with split pages (music at the top and words at the bottom). A rather unique book! This copy has a burgundy cover with bright gold title and leather at the spine and corners. The spine has some tearing at the top, and the back cover shows a little wear and tear. The pages are gilt edged (on all sides!). It is a beautiful book. Free shipping. $225.00.

Saints’ Harmony, 1889 RLDS hymnal from Lamoni, Iowa, which contains the words of the 1120 hymns from Saints’ Harp plus 555 hymn tunes. About 8.5x10.5" with split pages (music at the top and words at the bottom). A rather unique book! This is a "Plain-Jane," stripped down version of the above book. The black cloth cover is loose and very worn. The first page of both music and words are missing, and one page is torn. No gilt edges. Still it is a nice piece of history. $50.00

Saints’ Harmony, 1974 replica of the 1889 RLDS hymnal from Lamoni, Iowa, which contains the words of the 1120 hymns from Saints’ Harp plus 555 hymn tunes. About 8.5x10.5" with split pages (music at the top and words at the bottom). A rather unique book! Several copies of this book with black hardcovers are available. $40.00

Reflections of Lamoni, a 1980 publication of The Lamoni Chronicle, it covers 100 years of history from 1879 to 1979. Newspaper style, it has 96 pages (each about 11.5x16") filled with photos, maps, and articles. It is not specifically Church-related, but articles tell how Lamoni was begun and how it got its name. Some Church members are listed as mayors; several pages tell about Graceland College through the years; and photos show RLDS church buildings and a reunion. $40.00.

Graceland University Alumni and Friends, 2013, is a directory with 750 pages filled with names, addresses, and phone numbers. $35.00.

History of Decatur County Iowa and Its People, printed in 1915 in 2 volumes. Volume 1 has 275 pages, and volume 2 has 418 pages. Heman C. Smith was one of the two editors. Both volumes have green cloth covers with worn leather spines and corners; both have tears at the top of spines. Both volumes have torn or missing endpapers; volume 2 is missing a few of the first pages; both have a few torn pages; otherwise, the pages are clean and neat. Free shipping. Both volumes for $100.00.

Saints’ Hymnal and Zion’s Praises, both hymnals bound together with a black limp leather cover. The cover is attached but has wear on the corners and is missing pieces of the spine. It has a bright gold title. The Saints’ Hymnal is from 1895 (the black edition), and Zion’s Praises shows a printing date of 1924. All pages are present; they have gilt edges and rounded corners. This would be nice rebound. $60.00.

Hymns of the Saints, 1981 burgundy RLDS hymnal. 501 hymns. I have 100 copies in new and good condition. New—$8.00, good—$5.00.

Hymns of the Saints, 1981 burgundy RLDS hymnal. 501 hymns. Looseleaf book for pianist or organist. Good condition. $15.00.

Saints’ Hymnal, 1933 RLDS hymnal. Normally it is a purple or dark blue cloth hardcover. This copy is black leather with a bright gold title (and a name stamped at the bottom). Some damage to the cover at the bottom and corners. The pages are clean, neat, and gilt edged. The book includes a black marker ribbon. $25.00.

Timbers for the Temple, novel by Elbert A. Smith. Published in 1922. Hard green cover with bleached spine, 302 clean pages. $25.00.

True Succession in Church Presidency by Heman C Smith. Lamoni, IA, 1908, hard black cloth cover with 234 pages (some marked). $15.00.

Book of Mormon Lectures by H. A. Stebbins. Lamoni, IA, 1905. Black hardcover with 287 clean pages, $15.00.

The Ruins Revisited by S. F. Walker (husband of Marietta Walker). Dated 1887. 240 pages. Hard black cloth cover with very minor wear. Pages are clean and binding tight. $40.00.

Public Discussion... (Kelley-Braden Debate), E. L. Kelley and Clark Braden, Lamoni, IA, 1913, hard, 400 pages, $70.00.

The Law of Christ and Its Fulfillment, by E. L. Kelley. Lamoni, IA, 1911?, hard, 123 pages, $30.00.

The Manuscript Story of Reverend Solomon Spalding, Lamoni, IA, 1903. This was a paper-covered book that has a dark blue "library binding" hardcover added. It is from Carl Mesle’s library. 158 pages, some loose, some torn, but all present. $40.00.

From Palmyra, New York, 1830, to Independence, Missouri, 1894, by Rudolph Etzenhouser, 1894, Ensign Publishing House, Independence, MO, hard, 445 pages. Black hardcover with worn leather spine (missing small pieces). Pages are a light tan, complete and clean. $50.00.

An Exegesis of the Priesthood, by Gomer T. Griffiths, undated. This is a unique book. The 154 pages are a mimeograph reprint of the original book with rounded corners. A larger black limp leather cover has been added. It is in good condition with bright gold titles. $40.00.

The Evening and the Morning Star, reprint from 1832-1834 (Volumes 1 & 2 combined), large-print, each page is 11x17", soft, 192 pages. $15.00.

History of the Reorganized Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints (Volumes 1-8), 1951 and later, 680-823 pages, hard blue covers in good condition, clean pages. (Non-matching bindings) Full set $40.00.

History of the Reorganized Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints (Volumes 5-8 only), 1969 and later, 680-823 pages, hard blue covers in good condition, clean pages. Half set (4 volumes) $25.00.

History of the Reorganized Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints (Volumes 1-8), 1969 and later, 680-823 pages, hard blue covers in good condition, clean pages. Matching bindings—all have dates on the spines and "HERALD HOUSE" in capital letters. Full matching set $75.00.

 

SCRIPTURES

1908 RLDS Book of Mormon published in 1908. The brown leather cover is worn at corners but complete; cracked front hinge. The 822 pages are complete from the title page to the end of the index. Pages are clean with very light foxing on only a few. Free shipping. $150.00.

1908 RLDS Book of Mormon published in 1910. The black leather cover is worn and not attached to the pages; it has tears and missing pieces on the spine. The 822 pages are complete from the title page to the end of the index, but the front endpaper and title page are separated from other pages. Pages are clean and have gilt edges. This would be a book worth rebinding. Free shipping. $120.00.

1907 RLDS Book of Mormon. The verse numbers are completely different from the 1908 edition. This is a smaller book than usual, about 4x6.4". It has 545 pages plus a vocabulary list at the back; pages are clean. The softcover is pebbled; the back cover is creased down the middle. Free shipping. $100.00.

1905 RLDS Book of Mormon. The verse numbers are completely different from the 1908 edition. This is a smaller book than usual, about 4x6.4". It has 545 pages plus a vocabulary list at the back; pages are all present, but several are separated and have some ragged edges. The hardcover is quite worn and partially separated from the pages. $40.00.

1917 RLDS Book of Mormon and 1925 RLDS Doctrine and Covenants, bound together with 50+ blank sheets (for notes?) between them. Another unique book! The front cover is missing, but the spine and back are limp leather. Pages are complete from the title to the index; and they are gilt-edged. The book would rebind nicely. $80.00.

1920 Holy Scriptures (Inspired Version). Printed in Lamoni, IA. This is smaller than most modern Bibles, and the type is tiny. The cloth hardcover is worn and has tears; it is not connected to the pages. The pages are complete and clean. $30.00

1912 Holy Scriptures (Inspired Version). Printed in Lamoni, IA. The type is tiny. The limp leather cover is tattered and is not connected to the pages. The pages are complete and quite clean; several are loose, and some have been taped. (An extra with this book: an "Ex-Officio" ribbon from the 1917 General Conference.) $30.00

Holy Bible, King James Version, 1990, Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, SLC, UT, black limp leather cover, 1590 pages + 852 pages of topical guide, dictionary, and maps. $25.00.

RLDS Book of Mormon, 1953 copyright. Printed by Herald House, Independence, MO. This copy has a nearly perfect black leather cover with bright gold title and a name imprinted at the bottom. Pages are clean and neat with gilt edges. $40.00.

1952 RLDS Doctrine and Covenants printed by Herald House. Black limp leather cover with bright title in gold. Pages, with gilt edges, have nearly no marks. It includes sections 1-142; 144, 145, and 146 are added in the back. $25.00.

1978 World Conference Commemorative Edition Three-in-One with Inspired Version, 1966 Book of Mormon, and Doctrine and Covenants through section 152. The dark red hardcover has a silver seal on the front. The spine is cracked down the middle; otherwise, there is very little wear to the book. Pages are clean, neat, and edged with silver. I suggest taping the spine inside and out, then placing the book inside a carrying case to protect it. $90.00.

1980 Sesquicentennial Commemorative Edition Three-in-One with Inspired Version, 1966 Book of Mormon, and Doctrine and Covenants through section 153 (sections 154, 155, and 156 are loose sheets inside the back cover). The dark blue hardcover has a gold seal on the front; no wear. Pages have some very minor marking, mostly in pencil; they are edged with gold. $90.00.

 

LDS (and ANTI-LDS) BOOKS

Reimann, Paul E., The Reorganized Church in the Light of Court Decisions, 1942, SLC, UT, soft, 102 + 40 pages. $20.00.

Prince, Gregory A., Power from on High, 1995, Signature Books, SLC, UT, hard, 231 pages. $15.00.

Madsen, Brigham D. (ed.), Roberts, B. H., Studies of the Book of Mormon, 1992, Signature Books, SLC, UT, soft, 379 pages, $15.00.

Nibley, Preston (ed.), History of Joseph Smith by His Mother, Lucy Mack Smith, 1958, Bookcraft, SLC, UT, hard, 355 pages. $20.00.

Marquardt, H. Michael, and Wesley P. Walters, Inventing Mormonism, 1994, Signature Books, SLC, UT, Hard, 245 pages. $20.00.

DeBry, Paul Robinson, The House That Parley Built (Parley P. Pratt’s Home in Nauvoo), 2006, private, 8.5x11", soft, 36 pages, $5.00.

Talbot, Dan, A Historical Guide to the Mormon Battalion and Butterfield Trail, 1992, Westernlore Press, Tucson, NM. Signed by the author. 8.5x11", hard, 124 pages. $20.00.

Cook, Lyndon W. (ed.), David Whitmer Interviews, 1991, Grandin Book Co, Orem, UT, hard, 276 pages. $15.00.

Beadle, J. H., Polygamy or the Mysteries and Crimes of Mormonism, 1904, hard blue cover with tears on spine, partially separated. 648 clean pages, a few with minor tears. $50.00.

Neeley, Deta Petersen, A Child’s Story of the Book of Mormon, (this includes 4 books by the author: The Journey to the Promised Land, The Land of Their Inheritance, The Precious Land of Promise, The Savior Comes to the Promised Land), 1987, Deseret Book, SLC, UT, hard, 382 pages. $10.00

Bushman, Richard Lyman, Joseph Smith: Rough Stone Rolling, 2005, Random House, NYC, hard, 740 pages. $18.00.

Bushman, Richard Lyman, Joseph Smith: Rough Stone Rolling, 2005, Random House, NYC, soft, 740 pages. $12.00.

Brodie, Fawn, No Man Knows My History: The Life of Joseph Smith, 1977, Alfred A. Knopf, NYC, hard, 499 pages + index. $15.00.

Matthews, Robert J., Joseph Smith’s Translation of the Bible, 1975, BYU Press, Provo, UT, hard, 468 pages. $12.00.

Wood, Wilford C., Joseph Smith Begins His Work (Volume 1), 1958, Deseret News Press, SLC, UT, hard, 619 pages (including replica for the 1830 Book of Mormon). $20.00.

Wood, Wilford C., Joseph Smith Begins His Work (Volume 2), 1962, hard, 296 pages (including replicas of the 1833 Book of Commandments, 1835 Doctrine and Covenants, Lectures on Faith, Fourteen Articles of Faith). $20.00.

Newell, Linda King, and Valeeen Tippetts Avery, Mormon Enigma: Emma Hale Smith, 1984, Doubleday & Co, Garden City, NY, hard, 394 pages. $12.00.

Anderson, Richard Lloyd, Investigating the Book of Mormon Witnesses, 1981, Deseret Book Co, SLC, UT, hard, 206 pages. $12.00.

Jessee, Dean C. (ed.), The Personal Writings of Joseph Smith, 1984, Deseret Book Co, SLC, UT, hard, 736 pages. $40.00.

Oaks, Dallin H., and Marvin S. Hill, Carthage Conspiracy, 1981, Univ of Illinois Press, Urbana, IL, soft, 249 pages with light foxing. $15.00.

 

NATIVE AMERICAN BOOKS

(Not Related to RLDS)

Benton-Banai, Edward, The Mishomis Book (The Voice of the Ojibway), 2010, Univ of Minnesota Press, Minneapolis, MN, soft, 115 pages $10.00.

Bordewich, Fergus M., Killing the White Man’s Indian: Reinventing Native Americans at the End of the Twentieth Century, 1996, Doubleday, NYC, soft, 400 pages $10.00.

Carmody, Denise Lardner, and John Tully Carmody, Native American Religions, An Introduction, 1993, Paulist Press, Mahwah, NJ, soft, 270 pages $10.00.

Dempsey, Hugh A., The Amazing Death of Calf Shirt and other Blackfoot Stories, (300 Years of Blackfoot History), 1994, Univ of Oklahoma Press, Norman, OK, soft (library binding), 250 pages (ex-library) $10.00.

Harney, Corbin, The Way It Is (One Water, One Air, One Mother Earth), 1995, Blue Dolphin Publ, Nevada City, CA, soft, 232 pages, $10.00.

Jennings, Francis, The Founders of America from the Earliest Migrations to the Present, 1993, Norton & Co, NYC, soft, 457 pages $10.00.

Kraft, Herbert C. and John T., The Indians of Lenapehoking (The Lenape or Delaware Indians), 1997, Seton Hall Univ Museum, South Orange, NJ, 8.5x11", soft, 45 pages $6.00.

Mails, Thomas E. and Dan Evehema, Hotevilla: Hopi Shrine of the Covenant/Microcosm of the World, 1995, Marlowe and Co, NYC, 8.5x11", soft, 577 pages $20.00.

McNitt, Frank, Richard Wetherill, Anasazi, Pioneer Explorer of Southwestern Ruins, 1966, Univ of New Mexico Press, soft, 370 pages, (biography) $10.00.

Mitchell, Gary, Stories of the Potawatomi People (From the Early Days to Modern Times), undated, no publisher shown, 8.5x11", soft, 87 pages $10.00.

Neihardt, John G., A Cycle of the West (The Song of Three Friends, The Song of Hugh Glass, The Song of Jed Smith, The Song of the Indian Wars, The Song of the Messiah), 1949, The MacMillan Co, NYC, hard, (poetry), about 500 pages $20.00.

Reedstrom, E. Lisle, Apache Wars: An Illustrated Battle History, 1990, Sterling Publ Co, NYC, 8.5x11", hard, 256 pages (ex-library) $15.00.

Ross, Dr A. C. (Ehanamani), Mitakuye Oyasin "We Are All Related," 1989, Bear, Denver, CO, soft, 215 pages (Native American philosophy and spirituality) $10.00.

Tompkins, William, Indian Sign Language, 1969, Dover Publications, NYC, soft, 108 pages $5.00.

Wall, Steve, To Become a Human Being (The Message of Tadodaho Chief Leon Shenandoah), 2001, Hampton Roads Publ Co, Charlottesville, VA, soft, 93 pages $10.00.

Wilker, Josh, The Lenape Indians, 1994, Chelsea House Publishers, soft, 80 pages (children’s book) $5.00.

Yazzie, Wil and Linda, Total Pardon, 2012, Cowcatcher Publications, soft, 223 pages $10.00.