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il I III I Bourbon / Leasburg Cuba Free Press -January 2..004 -.Page 2c ?'7" Mayor Mary's Minutes By Mary Heywood We have good news and bad news. The good news is that we have a suspect in the recent inci- dent of someone impersonating a city worker and stealing from a homeowner, and it is not anyone local. Within two days, Bourbon police had the name and description of a man who is wanted by several other communities for the same type of crime. The bad news is that they haven't caught him yet. Jefferson County almost had him, but he got away. I feel much better knowing it was no one local, but we have to stay cautious. Please insist on seeing picture identification from anyone at your door who claims to be from the city. The city council had a busy meeting last week. Several important topics were discussed. They hired Archer Engineering to start planning for the water system upgrade; and voted to let the bids on the water tank repair. They voted to hold a public hearing on the annexation of Lakewood Mobile Home Park and / heard the details of the subdivision planned for the southeast side of town. They also promoted Officer Mathenia to Assistant Chief and approved the hiring of Cody Robertson as a new police officer. Cody comes from Robertsville, and has a grandfather and two uncles who are police officers in St. Louis. We welcome him to the force. Our police explorer post is growing and hav- ing lots of fun. Officer Metcalf is doing a fine job of keeping them active and interested. Activities like this are so important to our youth, especial- ly those who are not involved in sports. If any- one else is interested in starting an explorer post, please let me know. We've got the kids, all we need are some adults who will be the advi- sors. The filing for the elections has closed. Alderman Roseman, Alderman Bowersox, and City Collector Wanda Davis are unopposed in their re-election bids. There are four candidates for mayor, which is good--this is a democracy, citizens should have a choice. Didja Know By Alice Bremer Didja Know we are almost "ice-bound" as Mother Nature took her turn for the worst--but maybe now our little great- grandsons will get a chance to use those pull-sleds we gave them for Christmas? We really can't complain too much though as it the first month of winter has not been bad at all here in Bourbon. We have watched some of the news about snow and ice storms across the upper states, and realize that we have been for- tunate, so far. Didja Know we want to say, "Congratulations," to Ted B.mmer of Bourbon who was lnored with a 50 year mem- bership pen from the Sullivan Masonic Lodge #69. Ted, who / has celebrated his 92nd birth- day lives with his wife, Audrey in the Forest Hill neighbor- hood. Didja Know we also want to congratulate Emily Dunn, a Bourbon High School graduate who has been appointed to the Truman State University Board of Govenors, Emily, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. David I)unn and granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Dunn and Mrs. Charles Jackson, all of Bourbon, received the appoint- ment from Govenor Bob Holden. Didja Know to find out more about the Do-Not-Call Registry that stops unwanted telemar- keting calls you can visit www.dontcall.gov ? You can find the rules governing tele- marketing calls and solicita- tions. Didja Know the Cherish the Treasure Family Ministry will have a Parents' Night Out on Saturday evening, January 31 from 6 until 9:30? The children will be at the Calvary Baptist Church and members will supervise. Call 732-5368 or 732-4529 for reservations, as soon as possible. This is a chance for parents to have a night out, knowing that the children are safe and "in good hands." Didja Know Jr. Simmerly celebrated his 72nd birthday Saturday, and will celebrate his 52nd anniversary soon? He is still very active and is current- ly remodeling and building homes in Bourbon. Concordia Lutheran Church News Greetings from Concordia Lutheran Church where the Word of God is preached at every worship service. Due to the.icy weather serv- ices at Concordia were can- celled on Sunday, January 25, all of the day's planned activi- ties will be rescheduled. During the month of January our Prayer Focus is on the Sanctity of Life. Babies and children are always welcome in our worship services. However, if parents wish to worship without distraction Concordia has a staffed nursery during the 10:30 service for infants and children up to age three. All Concordia teens are invited to spend the day shop- ping at the Chesterfield Mall and New Mills Mall in St. Charles next Saturday, By the time Betty Wood of Cuba was halfway through grocery store, she didn have the strength to drive herself home. Setting-up both your auto and home insurance with American Family can save you up to 20% off your auto premiums. Call today. Patrick Shaw Agent 404 N, Franklin S73-e85-282B  yo  urW a roo   - hlm M kVtS I January 31. The group will leave the Fellowship Hall at 9 in the morning, and after the shopping will enjoy dinner together at the Olive Garden. The Women's Bible Study will begin on February 5 at 6:30 in the evening at Susan Schaefer's home. The Study, "Reinventing Your Life with Grace" is an eight week Bible Course and is applicable to women of all ages. Worship Services are held each Sunday morning at 8 and 10:30. Bible Class and Sunday School are t 9:15. You are always welcome to come and study God's Holy Word at Concordia. Betty Wood works out on weightlifting equipment under the supervision of Denise Eitinger, RN, in the Missouri Baptist Hospital-Sullivan Cardiopulmonary Rehab Department. / w Methodist Moments 'Sailing Through Winter" This time of year lots of us get the January blahs, and especially, if we get iced in or snowed in for a few days, the January blahs can be magni- fied with a royal case of cabin fever. Here is some help for sailing through winter with flying colors. Some of these tips might seem trite, but don't knock it until you try it. 1. Smile. Even if you're hav- ing a bad day. Think of at least one thing to smile about and remember, it takes more ener- gy to frown. Just the act of smiling can boost your energy. 2. Breathe. Close your eyes, sit or stand up straight and slowly inhale through your nose. Relax your stomach and gradually expand the diaphragm. Hold for a count of five, then exhale through your mouth while contracting your diaphragn and stomach mus- cles. It may help to bend over a little to fully exhale. Repeat 10 times. 3. Affirm. Make up a self- It's a New Year and Second Grade has some goals for 2004. I plan to higher my level in reading to 2.9. I will read more. I want to read Junie B. Jones books. Mikyla Spencer This year I would to be more helpl. I will do my chores without being asked. I will read to my sister. Helen Ruwwe My plan for New Year is to behave for my morn because I'm usually bad. My goal is to be nice to my brothers because they are nice to me. Tiffany Montgomery This year I would like to be a better sister. I would not yelling at them and not telling them what to do. Ashley DeGonia This year I would like to make a lot of friends. I will have to be nice to them and help them out. And to make a friend you have to be a friend! affirmation like, "I will not worry, I am at peace, God loves me, or I can do anything I set my mind to." Repeat it to your self every day to keep a posi- tive outlook. 4. Sing. Singing draws more oxygen into your body, enhanc- ing mental clarity and banish- ing fatigue. 5. Use Aromatherapy. Light a scented candle or carry a mint to sniff, or keep a bottle of spearmint or geranium essen- tial oil handy. Place a few drops on a tissue and inhale deeply. 6. Spritz. Keep a spray bot- tle of cool water with you. A quick spritz on your face will instantly revive energy and hydrate your skin. 7. Lot in the light. Boost your energy is with natural light. Open the curtains, lift the shades, add a few lamps with full spectrum light bulbs, and let the sun shine in. 8. Drink cold water. Drink a large glass of cold water or tea. It will shock your system into alertness. BES Stories Daisy Tucker This year I would like to get my goals higher by reading more. I want my goals to be 100%. Tessa Moreland My New Year goal is to be a better baseball player because I am not very good at baseball. Sara Massie 9. Feel. It's amazing simple touch can lift its. Ask a loved one for a to hold hands. If you're hug yourself, brush your rub your feet, massage shoulders. 10. Look. Feast your sunrise colors of lows, pinks, and reds. are the colors of fire, heat, energy. There are ing through winter major problems. Being a community of faith is great way. Come share your concerns with us at United Methodist Bourbon. Sunday school is am and Worship 10:30 am. Feb. 1st is our Souper Bowl Sunday for bers and friends. chili will be served church. Bring a can of the Bourbon Food Pantry I salad or dessert to share. have a souper time! This year I would become an advanced AR by reading 2 point Bri My New Year Goal is to 300% of my goal thi because last year I got of my goal. I like to at school. It is fun. Su00., %. 1,20000 at, p.m. '7 was just wiped out, "she says. "I was short of breath and had chestpains. 9 A stress test revealed that her heart was not pumping blood efficiently enough to meet her needs, so her physician referred her to the Missouri Baptist Hospital-Sullivan cardiopulmonary rehab program. Experienced nurses and therapists mapped out an individualized program for Betty. She began a supervised cardiovascular workout at the hospital in April 2003. "The staff was wonderful," Betty says. "They encouraged me so much." Betty has finished her rehabilitation program, and she plans to continue her exercise regimen at the hospital. The results have surprised her. "I am amazed! This is the best thing that has ever happened to me!" she says. Shopping trips, climbing stairs or walking up the hill to retrieve her mail are no longer physical impossibilities. "I can do anything I want," Betty says. For more infonnation about the Missouri Baptist Hospital-Sullivan Cardiopulmonary Rehabilitation and Cardiac Diagnostics program, please call $75-468-2995. Missouri Baptist Hospltal-Sullivan HealthCare"