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Bourbon m Cuba Free Press- April3, 2003 - Page 3C Leasburg A message from the Mayor's desk If you didn't look fast you didn't see magnolias were last week. They by the cold over the weekend. The pears down Pine Street are still very you haven't driven downtown, make a '.to do so while they're blooming. They look stunning with the yellow ribbons to us by the Cuba Senior Center. (We their thoughtfulness. It reminds us t prayer for those involved in the conflict but so close in our council continued the discussion last repair and upgrade of our water sys- We are all in agreement that the work is The discussion is how to pay for a dollar project without pricing our- out of the water business. The engi- very clear that if we apply for state we will be required to adjust our water 2% of our median income. This would base rates of approximately $30.00 per Something no one wants to see. I breaking the project into thirds and at a time, but the thought is that Will almost double the cost. So, we all have Our heads together and think of how we this. Private financing is an option, a tSSue is an option, or a lease purchas e another way to go. Please contact your i! alderman and let them know your thoughts. We will be paying ibr this for a long time, we want to do the absolute wisest thing for our future generations. This is YOUR water system, how do YOU want to maintain it? The council also discussed the skate park planned for the park. A suggestion has been received to place the skate equipment on the present basketball court, and move the basket- ball court to half" of the tennis courts. Monty was directed to check into prices. We had a computer "flu" at city hall last week. It seems a virus was passed around to some of the computers. Since none are linked to the internet, it had to be a disk brought in by an unsuspecting carrier. Since the only person who travels around with disks is yours truly, the cul- prit was quickly identified. For an invention that is supposed to make my life easier, this one finds numerous ways to dump on me! Luckily I'm taking Vernon SanSouci's class at the high school and hope to not be so ignorant in the future. (The girls at city hall hope so, too!) I hope all of you took the opportunity to attend the "Meet the Candidates" night at the school on April 1st. It is especially important to understand the issues in this election. The bal- lot language will be confusing to some, please get a copy beforehand and ask questions if you don't understand it. Did a Know Know our hearts are over the loss of our Wayne Sutton who in an accident while from work Saturday Our sincere sympa- goes out to his wife, and her family. Also sympathy goes to of little six year old Davis a student in first grade class away last week. Scott and Kathy who have Heintz entered the "Wurstfest" at Hermann? Their bratwurst entry won the Grand Champion Prize over more than 100 other entries. Their bratwurst was really the 'Best of the Wurst!!" They received a plaque designating the award. Scott says, "We have plenty more of the bratwurst ready for you to try!!! Didja know our family is rejoicing over the birth of twin girls at the home of our niece and family, Roger and Suzanne Louderman? The babies arrived at Missouri Baptist Hospital in St. Louis, weighing 4 lb. 10 oz. and 5 lbs. We are sure the proud and happy par- ents will make a formal announcement soon, but we just wanted you to know they are here, and doing fine. Older sisters, Taylor, Hannah, and Olivia welcome them home. Didja Know the First United Methodist Church in Bourbon is open on Wednesday morn- ings from 7 until 12 for prayer. If you want to pray for our country, our servicemen and women or anything else, they invite you to just drop in dur- ing those hours. celebrates birthday Crawford County Memorial American Post 81 and Auxiliary Unit 81 celebrated Birthday with a dinner on March 25, COmmunity Center. Following the meal, David Rowland passed out member- to long-time members. President Isgriggs gave out pins to her members Bremer received a special pin for her L to collect dues and reach our membership the awards ceremony everyone enjoyed Movie about the old CCC camps held during the 1930's. They thanked for presenting the program. Chester Skaggs especially enjoyed the as he had been in the CCC and experi- of the things shown in it. the movie each group held its regu- meeting. President Isgriggs opened meeting and welcomed our guest, The minutes and treasurer's read and approved. Carolyn reported on the recent trip to St. James Soldiers Home where they held a bingo party for 40 to 50 players. The veterans all enjoy the games and especially the prizes brought by our group. Our next scheduled trips are August 21, September 18 and November 2. Anyone who would like to go and help entertain our veterans is asked to contact Carolyn. Emma Jane Dunn reported that she and Ruthene would be going to school on April 2 to talk to the Junior Girls about Girls State and to get the names of those wishing to attend this year. We will send two candidates this year. Plans were made to help the Legionnaires with their barbecue on Appreciation Day, and to hold Poppy Days in May. We received a "thank you" letter from the Veteran's Home for the $300 that we sent for gifts for the men, and we received the "Top Hat" award for reaching our membership goal before Dec. 31. With no further business, the meeting adjourned. Alice Bremer, Secretary b Concordia Lutheran Church News and friends of were saddened morning to learn of passing of Wayne of our beloved Wannette. Wayne an accident early morning on his way work. Our sincere ,go out to the prayers were who was sched- this week; the Davis (first in Wannette Sam Bittle who in Iraq; Nathan who will soon leave Stricklin who is Kuwait; for our President, our country, allied forces and their families and the innocent victims of war. Wednesday Lenten Services continue at 11:30 a.m and 7 p.m. All are invited to attend. All Youth Group members are reminded of the Progressive Dinner that will be held Saturday evening. For more information contact Diane Vaughn. The Youth Group will serve a Lenten meal of turkey and all the trimmings on Wednesday, April 9. The noon meal will fol- low the mid-day service and the evening meal will start at 5:30. Freewill offering will help fund their activities. Fifth Sunday Mite Offerings were collected Sunday morning for Lutheran Women's Missionary League work. Next Sunday there will be a door offering, sponsored by the Friendship Circle Trivent group for our pianist, Alyssa Peterson who will be attending the Lutheran Music Camp at Decorah, Iowa this summer. Alyssa devotes many hours to her music and to our congrega- tion, we want to encourage her in her endeavors. You are always welcome at Concordia. Come visit with us and if you do not have a church home, Pastor Schaefer will be happy to talk to you about join- ing our family. celebrates 150th birthday with several events of Bourbon's year- birthday party, the are inviting local to plan and COmmunity events their own or as part events. Plans way for a week's activities in late August. Some ideas are for a series of dinners and dances featuring a variety of musical talent and the Boosters are looking for your ideas for other events, culminating with the Annual Parade and Fall Festival, which will feature a special fireworks display. So put your thinking caps on and come up with some new and different ideas and help celebrate 150 years of Bourbon's history. Contact a Boosters Club member for more information about how you can be a part of the events. w Methodist Moments "Surly Bonds Of Earth" Sometimes we get fed up with all the prob- lems of everyday living, sick of watching the nec- essary horrors of war, discouraged by problems with health, frustrated from difficult relation- ships, confused over complicated issues, and just plain tired of being tired. Sometimes we wish we could stash away on board a private jet or hop onto the back of a magical giant condor to live this moment as captured by John Gillespie Magee, Jr. "Oh! I have slipped the surly bonds of earth And danced the skies on laughter-silvered wings; Sunward I've climbed, and joined the tumbling mirth Of sun-split clouds--and done a hundred things You have not dreamed of--wheeled and soared and swung High in the sunlit silence. Hoviring there, I've chased the shouting wind along, and flung My eager craft through footless halls of air. Up, up the long, delirious, burning blue I've topped the wind-swept heights with easy grace Where never lark, or even eagle flew-- And, while with silent lifting mind I've trod The high-untrespassed sanctity of space, Put out my hand and touched the face of God." But we can't. We can only dream and imag- ine what it must have felt like to be so engulfed in the rapture of being surrounded by the beau- ty and magnificence as was described--anc to reach out and touch the face of God--or can we slip the surly bonds of earth? Go to the Lord in prayer and discover all the promises waiting for you. And attend the church of your choice. You are welcome in the First United Methodist Church of Bourbon. Sunday School is at 9:30 a.m. and Worship Service at 10:30 a.m. Have a blessed day and week and may you find moments of peace right here on earth. BES Stories Mayor visits second grade Bourbon's mayor, Mary Heywood, visited the second grade on March 25. She explained the organization of city government and talked about the duties of Bourbon's public officials. She also discussed how the city gets money to operate. The second graders were excited to hear that Bourbon will soon have a new skate park located in Bourbon's City Park. The second graders appreci- ated Mayor Heywood's visit and gained a better under- standing of the community's government from her. First grade class does reading lesson of The Three Little Pigs. Mrs. Reed's first graders turned a reading lesson into a play with the help of Mrs. Hutchison. Write about spring! Mrs. West's fourth graders have been creating some great acrostic poems about spring. Here are a few of their master- pieces! By Denny Holmes Sun is shining high in the warm blue sky Part is cloudy, part is sunny, let's just say it's the perfect day Rabbits hopping in the field I think there is love in the cool spring air Now birds make their nests in the big oak trees Going hunting for some Easter eggs By Olivia Brown Sunlight shining threw the clouds Preparing for rain storms Rainbows in the sky It's .time for the flowers to bloom Nests in the trees with chirp- ing little birds Great fun in the neighborhood for md By Gisela Fajardo Small insects are crawling out of the grass People go out and have fun Rainy seasons start and new animals are born' I love Easter! Nature is coming back to life Getting to go on a picnic with my family 2003 Gasconade Valley Conference Math Contest winners were third grade--Martina Radford, Sarah Byrd, Christopher Hosemann ToJ. Johnson, AIt. Anthony Cain. Fourth grade-- Denny Holmes, David Schoenhoff, Ricki Hoeft, Megan Smith, AIt. Bradley Pasch. Fifth grade--Luke Sheets, Ron Metts, Alicia Strosnider, Samantha Henson, AIt. Chrissy Tindall. Sixth grade---Shayla Busch, Brlanna Pogue, Talor Loudermand, Colby Stack, AIt. Carmolee Patt. Mr. Comia and his daughter Shannon are shown presenting a check for $76.00 from Von Hoffmann, located in Owensville, MO to Mrs. Heather Cox, Physical Education Teacher at Bourbon Elementary School. Shannon participated in her schools Jump Rope for Heart. The employees at Von Hoffmann donated $76.00 and the compa- ny matched the employee's donations. 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