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The Cuba Free Press Wheels for Handicapped Submitted photo Hensler, left, Cuba Knights of Columbus chairman committee to raise wheelchairs and other aids for the handicapped, thanks Frank Costello for his work regard. Costello is Regional Director in the 6-state area for "Wheels for the World" which reclaims that can be repaired and are then donated to those in Costello was in the area to accept a large donation by John Marsh of St. James, Me. reading program planned Ozark Regional Libraries Regional Library is a very exciting sum- boys and girls of all every boy and girl who 10 books this summer be a choice of a toy or five and another b to receive a toy or book ten with a certificate by Governor Holden 10 books. )art of the program 1 and ends August "We treat your family like our own" begins the week 2 with special guests coming to entertain and girls with their skills. We will have the "dinosaur man", (Mr. Will Penney), a puppet show, The True Story of The Three Little Pigs, Milton Gray, African storyteller, and the Jubilee Theater Marionette and Puppet Show. These shows are free to the boys and girls. Enjoy the summer with Ozark Regional Library by checking out a good book for those lazy hot days of summer and by participating in the many events at your library. For more information call Pat Cooper at 573-546-2615 or your local library. Nursing Service Report is a report made County Public Service/Health for April 2003. were 103 office visits pressure, etc., 622 received WIC vouchers, a blood pressure and 49 clients received in the office. 'pregnancy tests were made and 23 temporary Medicaid applications were taken. There were 78 requests for birth or death certificates. There were 553 other con- tacts regarding services, 12 TB tests were given and eight MC+ applications were submit- ted. The next family planning dates are June 4, 18, & 25. Thank You family of Augusta Blomberg wishes to express their thanks and for all the prayers, cards, visits, food, flowers, memorial and kind thoughts during their time of loss. Special to Pastor Roger Schnakenberg, Britton Funeral Home & St. Lutheran Ladies Aid. God Bless You, & Fxi Tavenner, Patricia Tavenner Shannon & Abigail Tavenner Betty Blomberg, Jim Blomberg cfp 5/29 KODIAK 400 ALL ATVs, MOTORCYCLES AND SCOOTERS UTT & SON'S, Inc. 1-44 N.E. OUTER RD., 18050CR1000 St. James, Me 65559 (573) 265-3456 available on the Yamaha card. subject to credit approval, February 1, 2003 - May 31, 2003, good on any 2003 ATV and Scooter. Reduced Rate 3,9% APR and $39 monthly payment effective on these January 2005 if your Account }s kept current. Thereafter. the Standard Rate 17,9% APR witl apply and )f the promotional balance. For Accounts not kept current, the Default balances. Minimum Finance Charge $1.00. Maximum amount financed $20.000. Certain rules and Finance Charges on your promotional purchase if yoo make more than one purchase 0 or review your cardholder agreement for information. Customer Cash offer amount ATVs, February 1, 2003 - May 31, 2003. See your dealer for details. greater ate recommended for use only by those age 16 and that all ATV riders take an approved training course, For cafety YAMAHA see your dealer or call the ATV Safety institute at 1-800-887-2887. Lifestyle IIA May 29, 2003 HERBERT AND MAY LICKLIDER ,iebrating 65 years Herbert and May Licklider of Pensacola, Florida are cele- brating 65 years of marriage on June 4, 2003. Herbert and May were raised in Cuba, Missouri. They are the parents of three daugh- ters, eight grandchildren and eight great grandchildren. Herbert was in the construc- tion business and moved to Florida in his early years to further his employment. May is a wife who supported her husband and dedicated her life to him and raising their chil- dren. God has blessed them both in a true match made in Heaven! JUSTIN TURNBOUGH Turnbough bags turkey Justin Turnbough, age 10, took this turkey on opening morning of the youth hunt, while hunting with his dad, paw paw and uncle Brad. This is Justin's second turkey. He is the son of Jeff and Norma Turnbough and is the big brother of Dalton, all of Cherryville. His grandparents are Don and Barb Turnbough, Cherryville and Gary and Barb Callahan of Cuba. OHS senior recieves honor if, am Maryville University Lauren Halmick, daughter of Roger and Diana Halmick of Gerald, has been awarded the Academic Promise Award from Maryville University of St. Louis for the 2003-2004 aca- demic year. The Academic Promise Award is in recognition of aca- demic excellence in combina- tion with outstanding ACT score, Presently a senior at Owensville High School, Lauren has been active in vol- leyball, Lettermen's Club, FCCLA, TREND, Fellowship of Christian Athletes, National Honor Society, has received a national achievement award for Math, Nobel Prize for Outstanding Students, and has been included in Who's Who Among American High School Students. Lauren has been accepted into the Master's Degree Physical Therapy program with anticipated graduation in 2008. Prosper & Be In Health by Donna Ray of CDR Natural Health Food Store 363 E Pine. Bourbon. Me 573-732-5900 Tue.-Fri. 10-5. Sat. 10-1 www.cdrnaturals.com Summer Exercise and Your Body Okay, even my chiropractor knows that after the first few work days of summer I need little adjustment or two. We will hopefully endeavor to next winter stay in better physical condition by going to the pool or gym. But what about the aching joints and muscles of summer work weekends or fun weekends? We need to consider that those over aggravated, achy joints can be resulting from a breakdown of the rubber like cadilage at the end of the bones that form in the hands, hips, knees, and back, And without this cushion an irritation is sure to occur at. bone rubs against bone. What is a person to do? One may consider adding the supplement Glucosamine to your diet. It is one of the most effective nutritional supplements for joints being used today. It helps to lubricate and facilitate the production of new cartilage, f 500 milligrams is the clinically proven dosage. Chondroitin is another cartilage building along the MSM that provide the body with its extra sulfur that many experts have said joints are dependent upon. Studies at the University of Oregon have shown more than 2,000 people have been suc- casstully helped with MSM. Vitamin C is also needed to maintain good healthy cartilage and connective tis- sues. Don't forget about your lubricationl Essential fatty acids such as DHA and EPA as found in fish oil are not only good for the heart but also have been shown to support joint health. Softgeis with an enteric coating (one that breaks down in the intestine instead of the stomach) can triple your absorption of these essential fatty acids and help to eliminate that fishy burp. One more for the body tube; ev(ming primrose oil, when taken with fish oil has bean shown to support end comfort joints. Last but not least is the herbal approach, which has been used for centuries to comfort those echy joints. Several widely known are the North Amebean Cayenne, Afncan Devils Claw, Indian Boswellia, Turmeric. An age old American Indian herbal for comfort is White Willow. The Chinese have also been using it for many centuries. Its key ingredient is 'selicin' which is similar to the structure oi aspirin. We pray that you prosper in all things and be in health even as your soul prospers, 3 John2 Donna The information included in this article is not intended to treat or cure any disease or ailment. Consult with your health care practitioner before making any changes in your diet or lifestyle. Cfp 5/29 0000T?00NBO A(.:RE$ ' Sa e rs eo esoay, May 28 c..HaaYu,,,'.iiie_  Annua rowers in packs were $1.50 L L,,uuct ot ,.-'------   n#'m NOW $1.00 per pack or $10.00 per flat of 48 ['-=-- .,ta --=J//'We still have very nice tomatoes & pepper 1(" plants! Now $1.00 per pack. We also' / I_Y".'."N furor ,,,  (have eggplant cabbage broccoli, lettuce,) \\; melons, squash & cukes, j/ Annual pots on sale (except cultured Geraniums) ! &s"aJwesmf'Q"-' Hanging baskets  Sweet potato slips" I $2.00 off are 15 each . Day: Wednesdays 5:00 pm Weigh-In 5:30 pm Meeting =lace: Steelville Middle School Library Highway 19 :00nfo: ca, Karen 1-800-835-2368 ext. 219 Interest shown will determine / ifwecontinue JWff l'*l[ :l  ,t I ,F -- It : meatngs n ,L:'I " steev e el ntwatcners ::NEat the foods you want and 18ge weight with our Winning Points plan. ii: 2003Weight Wrs Intern|onel, Inc. All rights reserved. WEIGHTWATCHERS is th e rered tradeark of Weight Watchers International. Inc, Ozarks Health Services Thomas Gibbon, DO - Family Practic00 Tanya Amyx, FNP ~ Family Practice Mercy Medical. Group 114 Downey Cuba, MO 65453 573-885-3358 M-Thur 8-6; Fri 8-4 Same day appointments cs/1- II i Riqht here in neiqhborhood! Permanent Hair Removal by Board Certified Spelidists Offering BOTH advanced laser technology and electrolysis with over 25 years of .elect rolylls-laser.com experience. Associates, L.L.C. list of Permanent  air/ Mary Vincnc, C.C.E. Wuhington $73-3#1-012Z 6316..390-44144 Electrolysis Services Onl)c S42 lane St. SuBvan S73.46S-lLSS$ We're there when your full size becomes a compact. If a collision puts the squeeze on your vehicle, we can help you straighten things out. Make sure your auto coverage doesn't come up short. Contact a Shelter agent near you for a free auto insurance review. LaDel Stogsdill 108 Downey Place Cuba, Me 65453-1640 573-885-2575 www.shetterinsurance.com We'll always be there for you.