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The Cuba Free Press April 24, 2003---5A u unty Soil and Water Conservation holds annual meeting March 18 Annual Meeting of & Water Conservation was held on March 18 Echoes Senior r in Steelville. evening began with a the presentation of Art Howald received Conservationist and concern in conserving the on his farm. Grassland Farmer Was presented to John Glaser has installed a Intensive System on his farm be able to manage the to gain maximum produc- all the resources that were presented to grade poster contest Bourbon: first, Julie second, Savanna third, Elly Bruning. first, Kayla Brand; Mariah Montgomery; first, Nicole Dilg; Hudson; third, 'Cross Catholic School: Hillyer; second, Koyn; third, Mikayla received a Wal- certificate from the in the amount of $20 place, $15 for second $10 for third place. iOVerall county winner, Dilg, received a $25 gift certificate from the presentation the evening pro- with Emily Mullen a descriptive ver- "Life on the Farm." main speaker, Jerry CANOAK USA, Inc. "Timber Manage- the Face of the Decline Ava Viehman photo Winning awards for their soil conservation posters were, from left, Julie Ledbetter, Savanna Tucker, Elly Bruning, Kayla Brand, Mariah Montgomery and Taylor Albert. Oak." Lough provid- how.man- which were donated by West Natural Resources, Natural Center Menu idtC I I Iq,#! Ava Viehman photo Winning awards for their soil conservation posters were, from left, Elijah Koyn, Chelsea Hudson, Nicole Dilg, Mikayla Mansfield and liles Hillyer. Not pictured Jessica Keeven. age the oak timber. Lime & Fertilizer, Missouri Resources Conservation The meeting ended with the Department of Conservation, Service and the Crawford presentation of door prizes, Missouri Department of County Soil & Water Conservation District. 24 ....................... Brunch & Noodles Baked Fish ge Creamed Peas & Cauliflower Potatoes Pudding MONDAY, April 28 Lasagna Salad Green Beans Chocolate Cake ...................... Breaded Chicken Filet Corn Casserole TUESDAY, April 29 Sausage Biscuit Gravy Scrambled Eggs Hashbrowns Applesauce Juice Coffee Cake WEDNESDAY, April 30 Beef Stroganoff Stewed Tomatoes Lima Beans Cinnamon Roll Taco Salad Refried Beans All menus served with coffee, milk, butter, bread and cold drink.We reserve the right to substitute menu items due to availability. No reservations needed! Lunch served from 11 a.m.- 12:30 p.m. Mon.-Sat. Call Cuba 885-2909 for carry-out. New classes start June 2nd! 00elmro business college "Training At the Speed of Business" www.metrobusinesscollege.edu 1202 E. Hwy. 72 1-573-364-8464 Rolla, MO 65401 s. c !, 4,'4 1-800-978-7705 LANGE AND LANGE ' Attorneys At Law Serving Your Legal Needs In The Areas Of: **Personal Injury **Automobile Accidents **Worker's Comp **Social Security Adoptions Divorce & Modifications Paternity 13 :tnk t, I,k'Y Criminal Cases DWI & Traffic Deeds Corporations Probate Living "l'rusl & Wills Guardianships Powers of Attorney 885-2202 299 Theresa Cuba, Missouri **No Initial Consultation Fee On Certain Cases C4/17 Troutt & Sons, Inc. 1-44 N. Outer Rd., 18050 CR 1OO0, St. James, MO 65559 573-265-3456 www.trouttarldsons.com *Finance offer available on the Yamaha card, subject to credit approval, February 1, 2003 - May 31, 2003, good on   (r prior year) Yamaha Motorcycle, ATV and Scooter Redu,,d Rat, 3 9% APR and $39 monthly yment  on I I until January 2005 if your Account is kept current. ]hereaileL the Standard Rate 17.9% APR will apply  mkllnl payments will be calculated at 3% of the promotional balance. For Accounts not kept current, the Default Rifle 21.9% will be applied to all balances, Minimum Finance Charge $1 0O M,;,,Jmu'.l amount financed $20,000. Certain ruk dimply to the of payments and Finance Charges on your promotional purchase if you make more than one pulllU  your Yamall card. Call 1-888-367-4310 or review your cardholder agreement for information. Customer Cash offer amount wades on Motorcycles and ArVs, February 1,2003 May 31, 2003 Sec w r ,Je:ler for details Professional drier dedieted on closed o. A]3/s with engine sizes of 90cc or greater are recommended for use only by those age 16 and older, Yanitha recommends that all ATV riders take an approved trainilq (nu'P For sldeb/and training information, see your dealer or eaU the ATV Safety Institute at 1-800-887-2887 ATVs can be I,az=rdos to operate For your safety: Always avoid paved surfael. Never ride on public roads Always wear a helmet, eye p[otection and plotective clothing. Never carry passengers. Never engage in stunt riding Ridir;!mtflohoL'drugsdon'tmix. Avoid YAMAH excessive speed. And be particularly carefut on diliuult terrain Yamaha-motor.orn Service Report County Public Nursing Serv- Department pro- ervices on a non- basis and following report for Were 127 offices for etc., 623 eli- vouchers from program, 43 came to for blood pressure 43 received immuni- at the office and 10 tests were made. temporary Medi- were made, requested birth and certificates, six TB given, seven MC+ were received, eats were issued and 616 other contacts g services. family planning April 30, May 7, 14, (