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The Cuba Free Press April 3, 2003 birthdays at Senior Center ............ ;iLii, Dori Perry photos birthdays last month at the Cuba Senior Center (above) Doris Simmonson and (below) Donald and Kathryn Midyett. FOOTBALL CAMP Elect BOB STEWART Alderman Ward 1 April 8, 2003 Cuba, Me Dependable Capable cfp 4/3 NOTICE OF ANNUAL SCHOOL ELECTION SULLIVAN SCHOOL DISTRICT with Chapter 115 of the Laws of Missouri, Notice is hereby a general municipal election will be held in the Sullivan School .% April 8, 2003, at which election all registered voters residing within District will be given the opportunity to vote. ballot for the said election will be substantially the following SAMPLE BALLOT FOR THE ANNUAL SCHOOL ELECTION C-2S Sullivan School District TUESDAY, APRIL 8, 2003 Crawford County, Me. (Sec. 115.391 ) ON NO. 1 : To choose by ballQt two directors who shall serve as Board of Education of said school district for a term of three years (VOTE FOR TWO) MEDLIN 33 -- Under my hand the official seal of the Sullivan School District this of January 2003. tM. Coppage ($ig.) CE OF ANNUAL SCHOOL ELECTION " C-4 SCHOOL DISTRICT OF IRON COUNTY Chapter 115 of the Laws of Missouri, Notice is hereby qualified voters of the School District No. 4 of Iron County, t the Annual School Election of said district will be held Tuesday, ballot for said election will be in substanially the following SAMPLE BALLOT FOR THE SCHOOL ELECTION District of Iron County , APRIL 8, 2003 Crawford County, Me. (Sec. 115.391 RSMo.) Gasconade County Historical J' Society hosting guided tour On April 12 during Spring- fest in Owensville, Anna Rademacher will be conduct- ing guided tours of the Gas- conade County Historical So- ciety Museum located at 105 W. McFadden. The first tour will begin at 10 a.m. and a second tour will be conducted at 1 p.m. The cost is $3 per person, including coffee, tea and cookies. This charming small mu- seum with interesting and enjoyable displays for all, also has a special exhibit from the Missouri State Ar- chives which includes topics such as dueling, slavery" and the Civil War. In addition, an extensive collection of De- pression glass is on display and an exhibition of water- colors by local artist, Sheree Weber. Visitors not wishing to join the tour will be free to browse on their own during the regu- lar hours of 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. The guided tour groups will be limited to 10, so reserva- tions are suggested. Call 573- 43%5617 to leave your name, phone number, and number of persons planing to attend. State budget plays havoc for local schools State dollars flowing to the Crawford County R-1 School District are being reduced. In the last few years the funding for transportation, gifted pro- grams, and technology has slowly gone down. In the cur- rent year the school is faced with a $70,000 withholding i n state funding. The school board took quick action to freeze discretionary spending when the learned of the with- holding. The $70,000 reduction of the result of a $61.3 million re- duction statewide. Reports from Jefferson City vary in how much Missouri schools will be cut next year. The numbers range from $105 million to $300 million. For the Crawford County R-1 School District this translates to revenue reductions between $180,000 and $421,000. The impact on the Crawford County R-1 School District would be a significant reduc- tion in opportunities for chil- dren through the reductions in staff and programs. ]m Out " Stamp Out S..m Out "'- Pastors Corner Charles Ledbetter, Pastor, Dehli Baptist Church Then will I hear from Heaven II Chronicles 7:14 Who are God's people? God's people are those who have been born into the family of God. Those who have accepted Jesus as Lord and Savior. Not everyone that saith unto me, Lord, Lord, shall enter into the kingdom of heaven; but he that doeth the will of my Father which is in heaven. (Matthew 7:21) Just to be a church member or good person will not make you a child of God. We need to look into our own life and judge ourself. Does the life we live tell the world that we are a child of God? We can say all we want to, but our actions speak so loud that people can't hear a word we are saying.'Let us live so that the world can look at our lives and know that we are the people of GOd. If we profess to be a Christian, let us act like one. First, we need to humble ourselves to God. We need to pray like the publican prayed in Luke 18:13, "God be merciful to me a sinner". How many of us pray this way? Instead, do we tend to pray like the Pharisee in verses 11-127 God has always honored humility. Second, we need to pray and seek God. We find times when our Lord continued all night in prayer. If Jesus felt the need to do this, shouldn't we also? How many times have you spent the entire night in prayer? God wants us to seek Him, which means to seek to please Him, seek His will for our life, and have His blessings given to us. How else do we accomplish this except through prayer? Third, this verse tells us that we are to turn from our wicked ways. If we humble ourselves, pray, and seek God's face, we will turn from our wicked ways. We don't hear enough preaching and teaching in this day and time about the way people live. It seems that Satan has twisted our minds into believing that it really doesn't matter what we do or how we live. If we believe that's okay, then do it. But if our beliefs are wrong, our behavior will be wrong. It doesn't matter what we lpelieve, it doesn't change God or His word. We need to live our lives according to what the Bible teaches. The last part of this verse tells us that if we do the first three, GOd will hear from heaven, and will forgive our sin, and will heal our land. Isn't this a wonderful promise? It's up to us. Before we receive God's blessings, there must be a turning to God. Are you ready to hear God's word, do His will, and receive His blessings? It's up to you. This space provided by The Cuba Free Press Chevrolet Buick Olamnot 355 W. Springfield Sulflvan, MO 63080 BUICK Oldsmobile ALLEN TATKENHORST Sales Consultant (800) 468-2438 Res. (573) 885-7287 Cell (314) 922-7687 cfp-xtra oam 3/6,4/3,5/8 Sports International Football Camp "Daily instructions from several of the St. Louis Ramsl" Ages 8-18 6th Big Year Southern Illinois University at Edwardsvllle June 28-July 2 I Jeff Lamar Brandon Andy Henry Andy Robert Steve Zgonina Gordon Manumaleuna McCollum Ellard King Thomu Belllud Limited Enrollmentl Outstanding Coaching Staffl | "THE BEST FOOTBALL CAMP IN THE USAI" PROPOSITION NO. 1 : To choose by ballot two directors who shall serve as members of the Board of Education of said school district for a term of three years each. (VOTE FOR TWO) LEN KING 62 -- MAGGIE (ABNEY) RONNE e3 JOE TIEFENAUER 64 BERNADETTE A. KELLY (BUNNY) es -I MARVIN MATHES 66 -I PHIL LARUE 67 --- FRED BOZlC 68 -- NOTICE OF ANNUAL SCHOOL ELECTION ST. JAMES R-1 SCHOOL DISTRICT Notice is hereby given to the qualified voters of St. James R-1 School District of Phelps Count.y, Missouri, that the Annual Election of said District will be held on Tuesday, the 8th day of April, 2003, beginning at six o'clock a.m. and closing at seven o'clock p.m. of said date, to vote upon the propositions included on the sample ballot attached hereto. SAMPLE BALLOT ANNUAL SCHOOL ELECTION R-1 ST. JAMES SCHOOL DISTRICT TUESDAY, APRIL 8, 2003 INSTRUCTIONS TO VOTERS Vote for TWO directors by placing an "X" in the Square before the two names you wish to vote. PROPOSITION NO. 1 To choose by ballot two directors who shall serve as members of the Board of Education of said school district for a term of three years each. (VOTE FOR TWO) D JOY A. GUNTER MIKE GAN DEBBIE HUGHES-LUEBBERT JIM FLEMING ---1 SHIRLEY HOFSTETTER [ DENNIS SHOCKLEY Done by order of the Board of Education, this 27th day of January, 2003. St. James R-1 Board of Education s/s Jan M. Burch POLLING PLACES FOR APRIL 8, 2003 STEELVILLE CITy HALL: Steelville Ward I R-3 School R-3 ELEMENTARY MULTI-PURPOSE ROOM; Steelville Ward 2 R-3 School Steelville Out of Town R-1 St. James School RECKLEIN AUDITORIUM: Cuba Ward 1 R-2 School 'R-2 SCHOOL ADMINISTRATION OFFICE (FORMER PARK PAVILION) Cuba Ward 2 R-2 School Cuba Out of Town R-2 Gasconade County School CUBA JUSTICE CENTER; Cuba Ward 3 R-2 School BOURBON JUNIOR HIGH GYM; Bourbon Ward 1 R-1 School Bourbon Out of Town R- 16 Strain-Japan School Village of St. Cloud BOUIqON CITY HALL: Bourbon Ward 2 R-1 School SULLIVAN COMMUNITY CENTER: Sullivan Ward 3 C-2 Sullivan School West Sullivan CHERRYVILLE FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH (RECREATION HALL) C-4 Iron School DAVISVILLE AMERICAN LEGION HALL; C-4 Iron School LEASBURG LEGION HALL: R-1 Bourbon School Village of Leasburg Leasburg Out of Town The polling places will be open from the'hours of 6:00 AM until 7:00 PM during which time any person properly registered to vote in the county/city will be given the opportunity to cast his or her ballot. Done by Order of the County Clerk of the County of Crawford this 19th day of March, 2003. Connie Smith (Sig.) Connie Smith Crawford County Clerk If anyone has any questions about the election or where they may vote, please contact the County Clerk's office at 573-775-2376.