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14B--February 5, 2004 Treat Your Sweet Night at Peaceful Bend Vineyard The legend of St. Valentine began in the third century when the Roman Emperor Claudius had serious trouble getting enough men to join his army. Thinking that the reason men were not signing on was due to their wives and families, Claudius declared no one would be allowed to marry. Of course, many people felt that this law was unjust, and a brave priest named Valentine continued to perform marriages in secret. Hovever, Valentine was eventually found out and tossed in jail, where he him- self" met his true love. As it turns out this was another blow to poor Valentine as his true love was also the jailer's daughter. Sadly, Valentine ended up beheaded for his romantic felonies, but not before send- ing his true love one final letter, which was reported to have been signed "love from your Valentine." Of course, today no one has to fear a beheading to show their true love how much they care, but unfortunately Valentine's Day has lost the value of what it once meant to be able to show your love openly. So to help rectify this situa- tion, Peaceful Bend Vineyard invites the public to take part in a Treat Your Sweet Night on Saturday, February 14 at 7 p.m. Join the winery from 7-9 p.m. for a moonlight wine tasting. The candles will be glowing, live music will ser- enade all the romantics, heavy appetizers will be served, and the winemaker himself will escort couples through the winery's cellars for a special one-night-only tour paj.l L,.J VINEYARD Wine & Guest CectaSe 1942 Highway T Stdville, MO 65565 and barrel tasting. -:_ ,Rlease reservg'our space tby calling 573-775:3000 or e- mail: For more information about the winery or the event, please call, e-mail, or visit To find Peaceful Bend, take 1-44 to exit 208 (Cuba, MO) and follow Highway 19 south for 8 miles. Turn right onto Hwy. 8 west and follow for 2 miles. Finally, turn right onto county highway T. Peaceful Bend Vineyard is located 2 miles further on the leiL Astrology through the ages featured in February 12 lecture at University of Missouri-Rolls Discover how the zodiac has been expressed by humans through symbols in art, archi- tecture, literature and handi- crates throughout the ages in an upcoming multimedia pres- entation to be held at the University of Missouri-Rolla on Feb. 12. The event is free and open to the public. "The Great Year: the Astrological Ages as illustrated by Art on Earth," will be pre- sented by astrologer and art historian Johanna Ellen Corn at 7 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 12, in the Mark Twain Room of the University Center-East on the UMR campus. The lecture is co-sponsored by the UMR's art and film pro- gram and-the Arts Rolla! Voyage of Discovery Series. In her presentation, Corn will explore the changes in architecture and art during each of the astrological ages. "The ancients built on the nat- ural relationships of earth and time, organizing space accord- ing to the relationships of the Earth, sun and moon," says Dr. James J. Bogan Jr., Distinguished Teaching Professor of Art History and Film. "The slide presentations will bring to life the impact of the cosmos on the ancients, from which so much of our heritage is drawn." Until her recent return to St. James, Mo., Corn was a profes- sional astrologer living in Seattle. She studied ancient and European art and archae- ology at the University of Missouri-Columbia, Bogan says. "This program series has been over 20 years in the mak- ing, and has been presented to a variety of audiences all over the U.S." More information about Corn is available online at Shakespeare's Othello to be performed at UMR William Shakespeare's drama "Othello" will be performed at the University of Missouri-Rolla this month as the fourth installment in the 2003-2004 season of the UMR Campus Performing Arts Series. The pertbrmance will be held at 8 p.m. Friday, Feb. 20, in Leach Theatre of Castleman Hall on the UMR campus. Admission is $20 for adults and $10 for students age 18 and younger. Set in a hotbed of racial hatred, jealousy and mistrust, this Shakespearean master- piece explores the destruction of a noble spirit. Aquila Theatre Company's innovative staging and its national reputation for retelling classics in a vibrant and visual way brings new life to this dynamic and enlightening story of human nature. Since its founding in London in 1991, Aquila has won both critical and academic acclaim for its work worldwide, which includes extensive touring throughout Europe, the United States and Canada. This performance of "Othello" is partial- ly funded by the National Endowment for the Arts' Shakespeare in American Communities, a national theater touring initiative, in partnership wih Arts Midwest. The final installment in the 2003-2004 season of the UMR Campus Performing Arts Series will be a performance of "Singin' in the Rain" at 8 p.m. Friday, April 16. For more information about the Feb. 20 "Othello" performance, contact the UMR Leach Theatre Box Office at 573-341-4219. More information about the UMR Campus Performing Arts Series is avail- able online at Patient Education Recourse Center opens at Strauser Drugs The Ahmrican Cancer Society, in partnership with Strauser Drugs, announces the opening of a Patient Education Resource Center (PERC). The PERC is located at Strauser Drugs, 6 E. Springfield, in Sullivan, Missouri. PERC is staffed by Marsha Thompson, Wellness Coordinator for Strauser Drugs. "Strauser Drugs feels that it's important to have a com- munity recourse center which provides information on the many services and support pro- The PERC provides support grams the American Cancer to cancer patients and care- Society provides. givers by offering the latest Therefore, we've put a PERC in information on cancer and our facility," said Thompson. American Cancer Society "A diagnoses of cancer can be patient service programs. The overwhelming and frightening. We hope that this wonderful and useful service will help to ease the burden of community members diagnosed with can- cer," said Thompson. The PERC contains helpful American Cancer Society liter- ature, books, brochures and videos to check out, all free of charge. The PERC is open Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. and Saturday from 9 a.m.- 4 p.m. For more information, contact (573) 468-6464. For more information about cancer, please call your American Cancer Society at 1- 800-ACS-2345 or visit The American Cancer Society is the nationwide, com- munity based voluntary health organization dedicated to elim- inating cancer as a major health problem by preventing cancer, saving lives, and dimin- ishing suffering from cancer, through research, education, advocacy, and service. A'II YOur Pri i Solved! When it's your business, you demand materials that look and feel professional. When you need printing services done right, demand our expertise. Specializing in Business Printing Needs: Business Forms. Brochures o Handbills Personal Printing. Business Cards Monthly Newsletters. Letterheads Cuba Free Prees 110 9outh Buchanan Cuba, MO 65463 573-885-7460 The Cuba Free Press GUIDE & Country Jam $ession Every Saturday Night Starting at 7 p.m. (Acoustic only) No children under 10 Cuba Senior Frisco's Grill & Pub 121 S. 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