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2B May 6, 2004 Life tyle Campbell bags turkey geach bags turkey i !iiiii &apos;I / "=- ....... ' " : !ii!i!ii:i i i!:i i i !ii! ii)i( !:ii!iii(i i!: iii,:i!:i:?:?!! !,ii!iiiiiilii,. : ii, /ii'/! i, 'i,   )i?::ii i Submitted photo A.J. Veach shot his first turkey on April 11, 2004 with his grandpa Jim Harmon by his side. The bird was 20 Ibs. with a 10 inch beard. Hutson receives writing awart Brooke L. Hutson was hon- ored with an Excellence in Feature Writing Award on Thursday, April 15, 2004, at the Baptist Communicators Submitted photo Association's annual awards Jon Campbell, age 16, bagged this 20 112 lb. turkey on April banquet. 25, at 7:30 a.m. The bird had an 11 inch beard and 3/4 inch The ceremony was held' dur- spurs, ing the association's national conference at the Westin Hotel So-m-beast Missouri Slate University in St. Louis. The dinner ban- quet was held at the St. Louis awards Durick Leadership Award zoo Living World Rotunda. Hutson received the award Ashley J. Durick, Cuba, scholarship and involvement, for her article, "Pear Harbor Missouri, has been awarded a Students receiving the scholar- Hero: Servant's Heart, Missouri Leadership Award to ship must have achieved a 3.0 Soldier's Courage." The article attend Southeast Missouri grade point average, was featured in The Trust State University for the 2004- Durick will be a 2004 gradu- Times, the trust client newslet- 05 academic year. ate of Crawford County R-II ter for The Baptist Foundation The Missouri Leadership High School. She is the daugh- of Oklahoma. ,. ;-.: Award is a one-year award of ter of John and Janis Wassilak Hutson serves as the edi- : z $500 to be applied toward resi- of Cuba, Missouri. tor/graphic designer for the dent hall fees and is designed While at Southeast, she quarterly publication. The for Missouri students who have plans on majoring in interna- article was later featured in demonstrated leadership, tional business. The Baptist Messenger, the BROOKE L. HUTSON state newspaper for Oklahoma First Impressions Baptists. conference. The Baptist Communicators Hutson has a B.A. in public Association is a national organ- relations/journalism and is cur- ization of journalism and corn- rently working towards a 100 S. Madison, 573-885-3737 munication professionals. The M.L.A. in writing. A native of S association celebrated their Cuba, she resides in Oklahoma Full Service al0n Now Open! 50th anniversary at this year's City. Monday-Friday, ga.m.-4p.m. Columbia College names Dean's List Saturday 10 a.m. - 3 p.m. Evenings by appointment. Jennifer Bay Owner/Stylist Tracie Loyd Owner/Stylist - May Specials - ManicurePedicure Combo $35; $10 Off any chemical service, Gift Certificates Available. cfp 5/6 The following students from the Columbia College Rolla Campus have been named to the Dean's List for the October 2003-March 2004 sessions: Amy Dickhoener, Alisha Treece and Jill Weir Columbia College is a pri-. vate coeducational institution which offers associate, bac- calaureate and masters degrees. Students may enroll in day and evening courses at the home campus in Columbia, Missouri, or at 30 extended studies site locations around the country. Home , -" 2005, 32x80 (2300+ sq. ' .ft.), 4 BR, 3B, den with ,  ':. ' /'-j:wood front fireplace 50 " v'  " /#1 F 1 % :l ga water heater, 2x6 "Y', %i , ,i ............. ...... . /!" l !::=:,: F.? wa Is thermal windows [  ,..'.. l '" !'" !'i:! ili:i:i!r::i;':' 4" crown mold, 3" base: ' ":t," ::" l[![:::i!::i!:}>!:??JN boards a door trim A/,. upflow furnace with over- ' head ducts, 2" blinds, "ULTIMATE" kitchen with GE Profile stainless steel )liances (refrigerator, dishwasher, wall over, 36" designer range hood), black ceramic stovetop, 3 pots & pans drawers & more... Belmont Home s "One of the oldest dealers in Missouri' Jct. 47 & 1-44, St. Clair, MO 888-207-1900 tmc .5/6,13 Q Channel Catfish, Bass, Hybrid Bluegill, Coppemose, Re<lear, Fathead Minnows, Koi, Crappie and Grass Carp are now available for Pond & Lake Stocking. We furnish hauling containers! Live Delivery Guaranteed! 4, DiscountsSpecial Deliveries on large orders! Turtle Traps, Fish Feeders, Fish Traps, Fountains and Aerators Liquid Pond Fertilizer and Gift Certificates Delivery will be Tuesday, May 11, 2004 at the times listed for the following towns and locations: Cuba Jim's Motors 573-885-2595 8-9 am Vienna G & W-Food 573-422-3615 10-11 am Eldon Rock Island Exchange 573-392-3727 12:30-1:30 pm Versailles Hostetler Poultry & Feed Sup. 573-378-5600 2-3 pm Bunceton Helmdch Farm Supply 660-838-6311 4-5 pm To place an order or for more information, call one of ourAquatic Consultants, local dealer, or email sales@dunnsfishfarm.com. Offices located in Oklahoma & Arkansas! Mon.-Fri. 7:00 am - 8:00 pm; Sat. 8:00 am - 6:00 pm CST 1-800-433-2950 Fax 1-870-589-2029 - www.dunnsfishfarm.com cfp 5/6 The Cuba Free Press Lick creek Annual Meeting Saturday, May 15 Mt. Olive Baptist Basket dinner at 12 Meeting follows at 1 Britton Funeral Home offers this space to non-profit organizations and churches advertising special events, We are happy to supply this service to the community' Just fill in your special event and bring it by the office, VIVA CUBA'S 2ND ANNUAL CHAIRI-TABLE AUCTION WaI-Mart, Sat., May 8, 8 a.m.- 2 p.m. Silent auction on painted furniture ends i 1:00. Krispy Creme Donuts; Viva Cuba Logo T-shirts, BBQ by the Stewarts. for the cusom designed & painted furniture by k artists! Proud parents are Lindsay Britton, and older brother, Jackson. Proud Grandparents are Jim Dotson and Great- parents Richard and Bridgeman. All of Cuba. Proud Grandparents and LeeAnn Graybill and Great-grandma Jewel of Bountiful, Utah. , Cuba, MO " - SIGN UP NOW FOR Slimmer s, Fall classes Classes are filling fast! June SUMMER classes (Must sign-up by May g To enroll, call now 573-885-2630, leave a message and Miss Lisa will call you back! All ages 5/6 Prosper & Be In Health by Donna Ray of CDR Naturals Health Food Store 363 E Pine, Bourbon, Me 573-732-5900 Tue.-Fri. 10-5, Sat. Enzymes in the Raw Raw naturally grown vegetables, fruits, nuts, seeds, and other plant life are known to co rlt$if= enzyme complex which is needed for our bodies to remain healthy. My that he has been lacking in the raw category clue to his travel schedule, it is that time of we can make better prevision for this endeavor to eat raw with our soon to come fresh So be encouraged, it is never too late to make e turn for the route to better health and to feel Let's dig a little deeper into this enzyme issue. Science tells us that there are besicall enzymes that affect our bodies. They are the food enzymes that come from ly. Then there are the digestive enzymes that our bodies produce. And the final of the three a re1 bose enzymes that function within our organs and tissues. All these together take the fats and proteins we eat and enable our bodies to remain healthy. The human body is which wilt mystify the human intellect I am sure for quite some time. Why the emphasis on raw? Again science has proven that high enzymes. It is shown that heating above 107 degrees removes most In tests it has been shown that food cooked above 122 degrees leave no trace whatsoever  enzymes. Therefore, in your search for a healthy life - eat rawer and less cookedl What about the demands of our fast paced lifestyles that leave no room for preparation?  this schedule. Children, work, and than try to sneak in a little antedainment. years of scientific study processing has developed 'cold methods. By taking processing them under strict temperature guidelines food levels of these living enzymes. Good news for our bodiesl Stop by on our 'taste and see' d al/$ piing of some of these quick end easy 'Sving foods'. 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