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I The Cuba Free Press May 6, 2004 ! BHS Briefs Student Council Elections By Wendy Hassler Student council is looking for leaders for the 2004-2005 school year. Filing for offices will be held May 3-7. Interested candidates should pick up an application from either Kim Ray or Genea Hays. Applications should be turned in by May 10. Those signed up may campaign for their position of choice May 10-13. All campaign mate- rials must be done by May 14. The election will be held May 14. Positions available are: president, vice presi- dent, secretary, historian and three representa- tives chosen from each class. "I think student council will be great next year. I hope I get selected as vice president!" Courtney Castor said. "I plan on competing for president for next year's student council. I hope I will succeed in receiving many votes and winning the position," Emily Sheets said. "We are looking for highly motivated students with a lot of self-initiative," Mrs. Ray said. Boys vs Steelville By Ryan Pilkenton On April 10 the Bourbon Warhawks baseball team played the St. James Tigers. The starting pitcher for the Warhawks was Damon King who went seven innings with three strikeouts. King walked a batter and allowed nine hits which led to three earned runs. The Hawks lost 3-1 which brought their record 3-4 overall: King, Kyle Hofstetter, Tyler Kimberlin, Zach Brown, and Nick Tracy all had one hit. Devon Payne had two hits with a run batted in. Listening to the Rockin' Rhythm of Time By Halley Long On April 30, Bourbon High School's drama department performed a musical, called KBHS Warhawk Radio. There were a total of 12 student dancers in the musical, three student singers, and one announcer. The dancers were: Courtney Castor,' Kelsey Turnbough, Kendra Evans, Heather DeClue, Ashley Roach, Kayla Archer, Halley Long, and Elisha Messex. The singers include: Michael Barber, Taryn Pinkston, and Brandi Ivie. Doyle Hobson acted as the announcer. The two supervising teachers were Mrs. Rennaker and Mrs. Schlueter. Golf at Ft. Leonardwood By Lindsay Knight On April 26, the Bourbon High School varsity golf team traveled to Ft. Leonard Wood for a var- sity golf meet. There were 14 schools that attended this meet. West Plains brought in first place with a total score of 330. Dixon came in second with 344. Camdenton took third with 346. Bourbon came in eleventh place with a total score of 410. Ryan Bobbitt had the best score with 98, Myles Beckett came in with a close second place with 99. Travis Robertson had 109, Eric Turnbough had 110, and Amber Armstrong had 121. "It was a nice day to play golf, but there were a lot of distractions," said Myles Beckett. Coach Jason Merkel said, "We did good com- pared to the other meets. I am happy that we didn't come in last." "The team did really well, I wish I could h._e gone," Lindsay Knight said. '-" Track at Viburnum By Ryan Pilkenton On April 27 the Bourbon Warhawks track team went to Viburnum for a track meet. This was their last meet before conference which is on May 8 and districts on May 15. There were seven schools there. The girls' team did fairly well, they got seven medals. Rachel Lass got first in the 100 meter hurdles, the 4x200 meter relay team which con- sists of Kaylen Sanborn, Lass, Amber Armstrong and Cassandra Bailey got second. The 4x100 relay team got third. Bailey got first in the long jump and third in the 200 meter dash. Kaylen Sanborn got second in the long jump. The boys' team didn't do to good bringing home only two medals and that was by Johanthan Phelps who got third in the mile and second in the two mile, Bourbon vs. Viburnum By Lindsey Machelett The Bourbon Warhawks played at Viburnum on April 19. They ended up wining the game 13- 3. Another good conference win will help them out. Damon King pitched the game having seven strikeouts and letting them have two hits. Homering for the Warhawks was Garrett Ash with two. Ash led the team in hits with three, Tyler Kimberlin, Devon Payne, and Justin Evans each had two, King and Zach Brown each had one. ASh had four RBrs, Craig Stack, Payne, Evans all had two, King and Tyler Kimberlin each had one. ASh said, "We started off slow, but then we came out with another conference win!" "This was another good game that we had, we played well," King said. Kimberlin said, "We played good, it was a good win for us!" Bourbon Vs Vienna By Josh Woods The Bourbon Warhawks played the Vienna Eagles at home on April 26. The Warhawks lost 6-2. They only had three hits in the game. Garrett Ash, Devon Payne, and Nick Tracy had the hits. Ash pitched six innings and gave up six runs and Damon King pitched the last inning struck out three. The Warhawks overall record is 5-6 and 3-1 in conference. AS a team, they are batting .282 and average 6.4 runs per game and 6.8 hits per game. Justin Evans is leading the team in aver- age with .414 followed by ASh with .406. "I thought it was a good game even though we lost, we gave it Our all," Payne said. "We had a bad day hitting, and it showed in the outcome," Ash said. "We finished on a strong pitching performance, and I wish it would have been there the whole game," King said. Concordia Lutheran Church News Members of Concordia Lutheran Church at Bourbon were very happy to welcome Brianna Leanne Peterson as a new communicant member through the Rite of Confirmation on Sunday morn- ing, May 2. They also rejoiced with Lester (Jiggs) and Lorena Wissmann as they celebrate 65 years of marriage. Special prayers Sunday morning were for Will Riley, Alice Peterson, Tory Wissmann, Ray Woehrmann, Tom Butler, Frank Jansen, Mike Voigt, Bud Mueller, Ira Roskilly, Bonnie Miner, Elaine Koehn, Mike Calusnr, Ann Goodman, Don Crow, Phyllis White, Betty Hudson, Marvin Ware, Louise Ulrich, Dan Todd, Linda Pondrum, Mary Shultz, Lenda Klages, Jessica Wegescheide and for two month old Kaitlin. .=1 .::.; We continue to pray for those in the military, especially Chris Hemmelgarn, Jon Counts, and Sam Stubenrouch in Iraq, Phil Clark in Korea, and Marc Openlander. There are many opportuni- ties to worship and hear and study the Word of God at Concordia. Sunday morning services are at 8 and 10:30 with Bible Class and Sunday School at 9:15. On Wednesday mornings, Mid-Week Bible Study is held at 10. Ladies Bible Study at Pastor Schaefer's Home is held every Thursday at 6:30 and each Saturday evening at 6:30 the Praise Team conducts "Sing a New Song  in the Fellowship Hall. To find out more about any of these sessions call the church office at 573-732-4477. Our former vicar, Glenn Meyer received his pastoral call last Tuesday. He will be pastor at Trinity Lutheran in McAlester, Oklahoma. We pray he and his family with continue to be blessed in their new call- ing. Rov. Dr. Daniel Kriefall offers counseling at Concordia on Thursdays. To schedule an appointment call him at (636- 271-8346). One of our young students will be attending a Christ Academy at Concordia Seminary in Fort Wayne, Indiana in June. We will be gathering love offerings for John Klocke next Sunday to help him with expenses for the academy. Concordia will be chaperon- ing the children for Parent's Night Out at Calvary Baptist Gym on Friday evening, May 14 from 6 until 9:30. This is a night out for parents and is sponsored by cherish the Treasure Family Ministry. Bourbon School Menus May 10-14 Elementary Breakfast Monday-Bacon scramble pizza, trail mix, assorted cere- al, toast, fruit juice, milk-vari- ety. Tuesday-French toast, pork sausage patty, assorted cereal, toast, fruit juice, milk-variety. Wednesday-Ham and egg on biscuit, assorted cereal, toast, fruit juice, milk-variety. Thursday-Sausage in milk gravy, biscuits, assorted cereal, toast, fruit juice. Friday-Waffle sticks, trail mix, assorted cereal, toast, fruit juice, milk-variety. Elementary, Middle and High School Lunch Monday-Taco in soR shell, sweet corn, apple muffin, milk- variety. Tuesday-Chicken melt, French fries, fruit juice bars, milk-variety. Wednesday-Salisbury patty, mashed potatoes, brown gravy, green beans, blueberry muffins, milk-variety. Thursday-Beef and noodles, carrots, applesauce, slice of bread, milk-variety. Friday-Chicken nuggets, pretzel, nacho cheese, apple- sauce, milk-variety. High School Salad Bar Monday-Lettuce salad, smoked turkey ham sandwich, potato chips, sliced pears, milk- variety. Tuesday-Lettuce salad, bar- becue McRib on bun, potato salad, pineapple chunks, milk- variety. Wednesday-Lettuce salad, hamburger on bun, lettuce and pickle, sliced peaches, milk- variety. Thursday-Lettuce salad, chicken strips, nacho cheese, pretzel, fruit juice bars, milk- variety. Friday-Lettuce salad, fish nuggets, macaroni salad, fresh grapes, milk-variety. Methodist Moments i By Rev. Karen Blank Ewell Life After Loss Any loss is upsetting. It isn't just a death that upsets your ense of balance. It is impor- tant to rememb that divorce, moving, financial loss, children leaving home, and illness are among many other experiences that can have devistating effects on you. It is also impor- tant to remember that these kinds of experiences happen to everyone. They knock you off balance. And while life seems to be going on, the truth is that you must reclaim your balance before your life can go on fully. That recovery takes time and attention and work. If you do not take the time to pay atten- tion to your grief and do the work, life after a major loss will never again be as full as it could be. There are four steps to walk- ing the path back to wholeness. There are the four steps to grief recovery. You can expect to take these steps over a span of time that varies from a few months, for a minor loss, to a three years or more for a major loss in your life. Some of these steps will seems automatic, out of your control. Others will require enormous will power and intentionality on your part. All of these steps are nec- essary. The steps are: shock and numbness, denial and with- drawal, acknowledgment and pain, and adapting and renew- al. As you understand these steps, you will be able to deal with your grief more effectively and actually grow through the grief experience. Understand- ing these steps will also help family and friends understand what is happening to you and how they can best support you. This week I will cover shock and numbness. In the weeks to come we will cover the otker steps of grieving. In the first seven to 10 days aRer a major loss, you will probably feel stunned, shocked, and overwhelmed. You may feel frozen in time, or hysterical. In any case you will have a difficult time later remembering much of what took place. If you are going through this now, may I suggest that you intentionally keep a journal, have others record words of comforts for you, some people take pictures, others Save mementos of the event. Find some way that fits you, to help you hold on to these events. They will be more of a comfort and reality check later than they are now. Secondly, do not make any sudden decisions or moves. Now is not the time to give away clothing, move, quit a job, or get remarried. Now is the time to just let your body absorb the impact of the loss. Your reaction of shock and numbness is a natural reac- tion, it is a result of a reflex action that shuts down your entire emotional system. Whatever your initial outward reaction, you will have a cer- tain numbness inside. I like to think of this as God's way of providing a against the full impact I losses. The stage of numbness is a brief place before we begin journey through the grief to a renewed For the first few the death of a loved the funeral is over ative have gone shock will begin to This is a good time someone with you. time to make major without help. This is time to begin grief or to schedule a re appointment with person for Grief is serious you want to come with a richer deeper fuller life then it attended to the help of understands grief and . 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