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The Cuba Free Press Lifestyle January 29, 21010 A MARK ALAN PERKINS AND LORI S. CONNEALY engagement upcomingmarriage their parents, daughter of Pasquale and Perkins and Lori S. Edna Defusco and Madonna would like to Connealy, also of Rhode Island. their engagement They are both graduates nuptials, from Providence College, in is the son of Paul and Providence, Rhode Island in Perkins of Steelville, 1998. Mark is currently work- and the grandson of ing at First Community and Betty Frazee also National Bank in Rolla and S teelville. Lori is a teacher for the is the daughter of Crawford County R-2 School Monfils and the late District. Connealy of Glocester, A June 5, 2004 wedding is Island and the grand- planned in Pro.vidence. W Nursing Service Report Crawford County Public received, 68 clients requested Health Nursing Serv- birth and/or death certifi- ice/Health Department pro- cates, there were 815 other of- vides services on a non- rice contacts regarding serv- discriminatory basis and ices. made the following report for December 2003. Eight MC+ applications There were 79 office visits were taken, 32 lead screen- for tests and 29 attended a ings were made, nine at- tended women's wellness and blood pressure clinic, 117 re- Childbirth classes will begin on Tuesday, February 10, 2004 at Crawford County Health Department, 202 West Main Street, Steelville, 1tlo. The classes wal be from 6-a p.m. and will be held for 6 weeks. To register call 573-775-2555 r i I I I I I I m I I  I  I ceived immunizations and BCCCP office visits, 94 flu five immunizations were shots were given. I COUPON i given at the Bourbon School. , Good from 2-1-04 through 2-29-04 Twelve pregnancy tests The next women s wellness I I were made, 19 temporary appointment dates are Febru- UR-YM-ART Medicaid applications - were ary 4, 18, March 3 and 17. I I I I Sour00eon named to Dean's List I PHARMACY = Mason Ryan Spurgeon, son of Ms. Cynthia J. Spurgeon, Cuba, Me. has been placed on the Dean's List for the Fall 2003 semester at Central Methodist College in Fayette, Me. To qualify, a student must be full time and achieve a 3.50 or high grade point aerage out of a possible 4.0 GPA. Central Methodist College was established in 1854 and is the only United Methodist Church-related college in Missouri. It is a four-year, coed- ucational liberal arts institu- tion with graduate studies in education. Academic achievement, indi- vidual worth, and the develop- ment of character and leader- ship are hallmarks of CMC, which is one of only 100 insti- tutions of higher learning nationwid# recognized by the John Templeton Foundation as a Character-Building College. Nearly 1,300 students attend CMC. Additionally, through its Dual Credit Program, CMC also provides college-level courses to approximately 1,200 Missouri high school students. The main campus is located in Fayette. CMC also offers B.A., B.S. and M.Ed. p{ograms at Mineral Area College in Park Hills, Me. and East Central College in Union, Me. School Board Recognition Week is January 2 5-31 Missourians benefit every day from the dedicated ener- gies and countless hours devot- ed by a group of more than 3,600 men and women in every community across the state. These public servants are elected by local constituents and do not receive, compensa- tion for their tireless efforts. These men and women are the local school board members of Missouri. honor the dedicated service of local boards of education dur- ing School Board Recognition Week. The goal is to build aware- ness and understanding of the important function an elected board of educatAon plays in communities and schools. All Missouri citizens are asked to recognize the important contri- butions of these men and women and focus attention on Now Receive (for pick-up or delivery) 573-885-6732 Order by Feb. 7 receive 10% Off Are you concerned about the rising Cost of doctor and hospital services? wNw.Healthlnsurance2004.com AHI.1 Underwritten bylReserve National Insurance Company W-HAT TIME IS IT? it' timel January 17- February 1, 2004 Great cookies to support great girls/ Girl Scout Counctl Of later St. Louis 9o.9s69 o "127.4475 WWW.gscgsl.org I Girl Scouts. Where Girls Grow Strong. During the week of January 25 through January 31, com- munities across the state will the vital role these public offi- cials play in the education of Missouri's children. Service News / w V Navy Airman Bryan J. Snider, a 1999 graduate of Steelville High School, Steelville, Me., and his fellow crewmembers aboard the air- craft carrier USS Enterprise, homeported in Norfolk, Va., recently received the Navy's Retention Excellence Award for fiscal year 2003. The Retention Excellence Award, also known as the Golden Anchor, recognizes a command's ability to meet or exceed its annual goals for Sailor retention. The award is also a credit to the dedicated effort of Snider and others aboard Enterprise in ensuring the ship's continu- ing appeal after more than 40 years of active service. Carriers such as Enterprise are deployed throughout the world to maintain U.S. pres- ence and provide rapid response in times of crisis. They serve as a highly visible deterrent to would-be aggres- sors, and are equipped with the most versatile and powerful weapons and aircraft available. Parret Sexton Ford, David traveling Singing Ill 1 FREE 2 liter bottle of any I. Coke product with a new or I transferred prescription. I I Good at Steelville location only Limit 1 coupon per household per visit I i i I i i I i I i i I I cfp 1/29 cfp/ss 1/29  Prosper & Be In Health by Donna Ray of CDR Naturals Health Food Store 363 E Pine, Bourbon, Me 573-732-5900 Tue.-Fn. 10-5, Sat. 10-1 www.cdmaturals.com E le Enough Vitamin E that is! Might we suggest an all natural vitamin E as opposed to synthetic vitamin E? Reseamh studies have shown that the natural vitamin E is retained in our bodies many times longer than the synthetic versions. It is also attested to by many that it produces higher levels of the vitamin in our brain, heart, lungs, blood cells and other areas. So how do we know the difference between the natural and synthetic? The natural is stated as d-alpha tocopherol and the synthetic is stated as dl-atpha tocopheraL Also with either one you may see acetate and acid succinate. These are important organic molecules already present in our bodies necessary for ven- ous body reactions. The acetate is necessary for nerve cells tO transmit impulses. Vinegar contains a form of the acetate. At an eady point after the discovery of vitamin E it was discovered that an absence would cause steril- ity in animals. Later it was also discovered to cause muscular dystrophy in animals. Two Canadian doctors did the most extensive work with vitamin E in the 1940's. While it is a very vital element of our health it can not be manufactured by our bodies and must be obtained via supplementation. It is significantly more absorbed by the body when taken at mealtime. Other studies have shown that vitamin E is an important cancer fighting antioxidant nutrient. Remember the free radicals that anti-oxidants fight come from air pollution, cigarette smoke, radiation and even stren. uous exercise, Even the famous John Hopkins Medical Letter confirms the advantages of vitamin E suppiementetk. More for your money! Natural vitamin E is proven to be absorbed 5,3 times more by the brain than syn- thetic, 3.6 times more by the red blood ceils, 2,6 times by the lungs, 1,9 times by the heart, and 1,7 times by the muscles. So, go natural with your vitamin E for the best value in supplementation. 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