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The Cuba Lifestyle Free Press IIA April 3, 2003 DAVID VANDERWERF AND MIKE VOILES [ybrd County Farm pre:tu receives 5 Star Award iSUrance office of the cd County Farm [ . recewed statew]de tion for excellent quali- .rvice recently during tSSOuri Farm Bureau eCompanies' All Star terence. .'awford County office taff includes J.R. on, district sales man- ley Scowden, secre- d Vanderwerf, career xl Kim Pinnell, claims kative. Vanderwerf and the office staff accepted a certifi- cate from Mike Voiles, Manager of Town & Country Insurance. The office was one of 34 in the state receiving the award, which is based in part on cus- tomer satisfaction. Vanderwerf also received recognition on membership, P&C and Brokerage Pyramid Clubs. The three-day conference was held March 6-8 at Lodge of the Four Seasons at the Lake of the Ozarks. named Assistant Vice 0000dent at Peoples Bank araett, Chairman of rd of Peoples Bank, announced that Becky Was promoted to t ce President of the he Board of Directors on Wednesday, March JOined the bank as a 1994 and was promot- er Supervisor in 1998. .1 Becky joined our teara as a Consumer icer at the 701 N. )ffice. Stant Vice President I] Continue her role of CUstomers with their decisions. and. her husband :eong time residents lqaey have two chil- t,e Serves as a commit- l%: for Relay For Life BECKY DOYLE in Cuba and is very active with the Cuba Soccer Association. Peoples Bank is a full serv- ice bank offering traditional banking services as well as financial planning and alterna- tive investment programs with offices in Cuba, Bourbon and Steelville. Wednesday's at Ber Juan Sportsplex Entry Fee -- $365.00 Deadline--Friday, April 11 (Leagues begin April 23) For more information contact Rolla Parks & Recreation 64-4278 E-mail -- parks@rollacity.org the lining FREEr And hl00us S Rolla Federal Credit Union President elected to chair CUNA Janet (Craig) Honse, President of Rolla Federal Credit Union, was elected to chair the Ethics Committee of the Credit Union National Association (CUNA). Honse was elected to the national position by her credit union peers throughout the country at CUNA's Governmental Affairs Conference in Washington, D.C., in late February. CUNA is the national trade associa- tion for America's credit unions. In addition to her role on the Ethics Committee, Honse is also a member of CUNA's national Board Of Directors, as well as the Chair of the Small Credit Union Committee. "Serving credit unions across the country is a reward- ing experience," says Honse. "But the best part is that I'm able to take the best ideas from credit union leaders and use them to help our member-own- JANET HONSE ers right here in Phelps County." Janet is a 1968 graduate of Cuba High School and the daughter of Alice Halbert and the late Clarence Halbert. Rolla Federal Credit Union is a not-for-profit financial cooperative with 4,300 mem- bers and $23 million in assets. The credit union serves indi- viduals who live, work, wor- ship or go to school in Phelps County. Knights of Columbus help Tuberous Sclerosis Alliance of America Submitted photo Gary Hayden, left, representing the Tuberous Sclerosis Alliance of America, accepts a check for $921.66 from Vince Wood, Cuba Knights of Columbus, to aid in treatment and research for a cure of the disease. Tuberous Sclerosis affects children and is a genetic disorder that causes the formation of tumors on vital organs. It is also the leading genetic cause of epilepsy. There is no known cure. The Knights donation came from funds collected during their annual October Tootsie Roll sales campaign. Local serviceman interviewell by ABC anchor Diane Sawyer Shawn Curtis, a 1987 Sharlene Walls, Cuba, and graduate of Steelville High Robert Curtis of Troy; School was interviewed by grandson of Melva and the ABC Anchor, Diane Sawyer, late Ronald Buchan of Wednesday, March 26 about Steelville. his duties in Operation Iraqi Freedom. He is a US Army Warrant Curtis is the husband of Officer II, currently deployed Stephanie Curtis, Fort Polk, to Kuwait, setting up field Louisiana; the son of hospitals. "Wish You Were Here" For all the free people that still protest. You're welcome. We protect you and you are protected by the best. Your voice is strong and loud but who will fight for you? No one standing in your crowd. We are your fathers, brothers and sons wearing the boots and carrying guns. We are the ones that leave all we own to make sure your future is carved in stone. We are the ones who fight and die. We may not be able to save the world, Well, at least we try. We walked the paths to where we are at and we want no choice other than that. So when you rally your group to complain, take a look in the back of your brain. In order for that flag you love to fly, wars must be fought and young men must die. We came here to fight for the ones we hold dear. If that's not respected, we would rather stay here. So please stop yelling, put down your signs, and pray for those behind enemy lines. When the conflict is over and all is well, be thankful that we chose to go through hell. Written by Corporal Joshua Miles and all the Marines 3/2/03 This poem was received by Edward and Janice Patterson, of Cypress, 7X, from their son Derek, who is serving with the US Marines in lraq. Derek is the grandson of Jim and Joyce Hartupee, 202 Dogwood Dr., Cuba, MO. cfp 4/ Bill Reelect Sandra Farris Crawlord County R-2 Board Member April 8 Paid for by Sandra Farris cM-extra 3/27, 4/3 II i II ST. FRANCIS VETERINARY SERVICES PO Box 900, Steelville, Me 65565 573-775-4646 RICHARD C. HEUSLER, DVM Practice limited to small animal house calls. "Providing quality care for people who love their pets" Scheduling Appointments: After March 17. Available April 1. tmc 3/6,13,20,27,4/3,10 i Affordable Health Insurance Ashby Covenant Agency Now located at Jefferson Plaza 201 B. North Jefferson St., St. James, MO Specializing in Individual and Group Health Insurance, Long Term Care and Medicare Supplements. "I make it my goal to save you premium $$, and tax savings plans too." 573-265-8777 or Toll Free 877-565-8777 I t Why not you? 00ed[o 1202 E. Hwy. 72 Rolla, Me 65401 // Sheran Ashby business college "Training At the Speed of Business" www.metrobusinesscollege.edu 1-573-364-8464 SS, CFP 4/3 1-800-978-7705 If you have a loved one or friend serving overseas, send a picture with name and info to New Life Church PO Box 69 Leasburg, Me 65535 This will be posted on a Special Prayer Board Church Services 10:00 am Sunday School 11:00 am Sunday Morning Worship 7:00 pm Thursday Service 19 Stueber Rd  1-44 North Service Rd., Ex. 214 Leasburg, Me 573-885-2119 efp-extra 4/3-tfn I II Woodward & Paulus, L.L.C. ATTORNEYS AT LAW Civil & Criminal Trials Personal Injury Wrongful Death DWl/Traffic Medical MaI-Practice Bankruptcy Estate Planning John L. Woodward Stephen K. PauluS 600 West Washington, Cuba, Me 573-885-6474 cf- 10/3-tfn Today's Health Tips John W. 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