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12A---May 6, 2004 The Cuba Free T i F, Shooting for charity Submitted photo Staste Represetnative Frank A. Barnitz recently took part in the House of Representatives Charity Skeet Shoot for Speical Olympics. Make plans now for Relay for Life events The fourth Crawford County place May 14 and May 21 from Relay for Life is just around 6-9. Call Kenny for tickets at the corner. Register your team 573-885-2374. today by calling Peggy Holland Turkey Shoot at Georgia at 573-885-3578 or Kenny Pacific. Call Robert Wheeler at Killeen at 573-885-2374. 'We 573-885-7400. already have over 30 prospec- Garage Sale at Lange & tive teams, say recruitment Lange, Saturday, May 8 from 7 chairman Peggy Holland. And a.m.-? some teams need additional Fishing Derby sponsored by members. Dana Brake. Call Adam Reed. Survivors and current cancer Probably the most moving patients, their families, busi- part of the evening is the nesses, civic organizations, Luminaria Ceremony where and the public are invited to all the luminary bags are lit in take part in this exciting team memory or in honor of those event. Relay For Life takes who lost their life to cancer and place from 6 p.m. on June 11 those who are fighting cancer. tutti 6 a.m. on June 12 at Hood This ceremony starts at 9 Park in Cuba, Missouri. It is p.m. Melba Swope, luminary an evening full of entertain- chairman, is taking orders for ment, food, and friends all luminary bags. She can be working toward a common reached at 573-885-0173. Last goal--to join in the fight year, 1,000 bags were lit and against cancer by participating over 1,000 people were remem- in the American Cancer bered. It's an event you won't Society's Relay For Life of want to miss. Crawford County. Lisa Weber, the entertain- Teams of 8-15membersgath- ment chair, is looking for er with tents and sleeping bags to participate in the largest fund-raising walk in the nation. Relay For Life brings together friends, family, busi- nesses, hospitals, schools, churches--people from all walks of life. Teams seek sponsorship prior to the Relay, all with a goal of supporting a cure for cancer. Some of the upcoming events for the relay are listed below: Best Chicken Dinners in Town--at Kenny Killeen's entertainment for the 1 a.m. until 6 a.m. spot. If you are interested, contact Lisa at 573- 775-2282. To continue this fight, we need you. Right now Crawford County is planning their Relay For Life. Join the fight by par- ticipating on the planning com- mittee or by forming a team. The next meeting is May 27 at 5 p.m. at the Wallis Company Headquarters. For more infor- mation call Judy Workman at 573-885-2775 or Donna Conduitt at 573-885-2277. LUMINUM CANS .42LS I',, We Buy A!I Types Scrap [ Aluminum Copper Brass Battedes Radiators Stainless, etc. I  Tn Cans * Steel Iron * Cast Iron * Junk Appliances I  Farm Machinery Steel Siding Junk Cars Junk Trucks I i -- _JJ Industrial Accounts Welcome I ... " Call for information I Ill.Ill MzOWEST SALEs. L.LC. I It t I I Ill N. Outer Service Rd., Cuba, MO 573-885-7628 [  Mon.-Fd. 8-5 Sat. 8-1 [ Prices subject to change tmc 5/6 eow THE LAW HAg PAggED! Missouri CCW Training Classes (Concealed Carrel Weapon) This course covers and meets all State of Missouri criteria to receive your official Certificate of Qualification. Handgun safety in the classroom, home, finng range and while carrying the firearm Basic principals of marksmanship Care and cleaning of concealable firearms Safe storage of firearms at home Demonstration by the applicant that heshe can safely load/unload the firearm and has demonstrated marksmanship Review of firearms laws Laws pertaining to justifiable use of force , Live fire exercises Classes will be eight hours. NRA certified instructor will be leading the course. At least 120 rounds of ammunition will be required for this course. "RIJCK PO RT Hwy 19 and 1-44, Cubap MO Breakfast served 24 E ours A Full Menu ~ Delicious Foq00ds., May 14; 6-10 p.m. May 15; 8 a.m. - 4 p.m. More Classes Forming Cost $100 Limited Space Available Knights of Columbus Hall, Lower Building 1-44 Exit 210 Hwy UU 2 miles east of Cuba 573-885-9614 c-s 5/s ',,i iI Huzzah Creek Notes By Jerry Wilson I am often at somewhat of loss to under- stand my teenage daughter. No, I don't mean understand what makes teenager do what they do; I mean actually understand what she is saying. Each gneration devel- ops its own use of the EngrigI,4anage. I suppose that my parents were at an equal loss with my use of the language. The other day she refereed to someone having a mullet. Now to me a mullet is a saltwater fish. Every time we go to the Gulf Coast I make it a practice to eat fried mullet at least once. Knowing that we are about 800 or so miles from any salt water I ask what this term meant to her. I got looked at as if I had two heads or so and was informed that a 'mullet' was a type of hair- cut. I never did quite understand exactly what it looked like. I suddenly realized how 'out of it, I was. I just did a search on the Internet for pic- tures of one and I am still not exactly sure about the term. A favorable term among teenagers today is 'sweet'. This is sweet or that is sweet. My generation probably would have called it neat and the '70s generation would have called it bad. Each generation has its own slang terms and I can accept this but what I find less acceptable is the present casual usage of prqjnity and sexual oriented words. Now the boys of my generation talked 'rough' among our selves and in our minds thus proved we were real men. We didn't talk that way around the girls and we dang sure didn't talk that way in front of our par- ents and other adults. Geezer attack com- ing. Today perhaps we have attained true equality, as it seems that the average 6th grade girl is capable and willing to talk in a way that would make a sailor blush. #%*?# this! #%*?# that! I am no longer surprised to hear this kind of language on the steps of the church. When I tell my daughter that some of her language is unacceptable she replies that most of her friends talk much 'rougher' than she does. I reply that how a person talks is the second thing that a stranger notices about you and ultimately the most impor- tant. How often have you got a favorab impression of someone until they ( their mouth? Old Ozark saying, "Itis to keep ones mouth closed and let think you are an idiot than to open prove it." I out grew the idea that the profanity made me more adult. It, ! that a larger and larger percentage!'| . population is unable to make this le The glorification of profanitYl movies and television is probably r e L ble for the much of today's off color  v We can't blame that completely as ."| parents and adults bear the responsib let children know when they have ! the line as to language usage That that we too have to clean u our 1 ' and keep the use of that kindof langU eq the times it is really needed, like he1: hit your thumb with the hammer. 49 Sorry the column is so short this stcPlace we are busy putting up tents and the Daffodil Dalliance and Fiber F estiynes'. sure hope it doesn't %#$@?# rain d0tig the beautiful Huzzah Creek. .,. too A L L-YO U-CAN- EAT- B U F F ET