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;00:eCebas Lifestyle 7B June 12, 2003 out Kids in the Kitchen Family Nutrition Program is sponsor- summer program Kids in Tuesdays in June now. Times are from p.m. at the Ozark Library Steelville The program includes olds. in the Kitchen encour- to eat healthier and snacks as a result of cooking. Youth will learn how to pre- pare simple, but healthy foods that they can prepare at home. The Family Nutrition Education Program is a divi- sion of the University Outreach and Extension from the University of Missouri System and Lincoln University. Please contact Carolyn Szymkowiak, Crawford County Nutrition Education Assistant at 573-775-4819 for further information. girl earns black belt "We treat your family like our own" submitted photo receiving her promotion to second degree black is Cuba's Launa Copling. Launa is the daughter of Ken Joyce Copling. She successfully passed a one and a hour test of her martial arts skills, including technique and board and block breaking. Launa prac- tae kwon do karate under the instruction of black belt Chadd at the Bourbon Community Center and the USA- Karate Center in Sullivan, where classes are open to all Cuba Manor Outpatient lherap 210 Eldon Drive Cuba, MO KENNERLY BAST, DVM graduates from of MO Bast graduated" the University of on May 16. She is Dr. Bast, DVM. the wife of Gregory and the granddaughter- of Berenice Bast of Bast is practicing in South Carolina. Drury names Dean's List Earning a spot on Drury University's Dean's List is a significant accomplishment; it means a student earned a grade point average of 3.6 or greater (on a 4-point scale) while carrying a full-time course load of 12 or more semester hours - this at one of the best universities in the nation, according to US News & World Report. In the spring 2003 semester, the following students made the Dean's list: David Eric Holzerland, of Bourbon; Russell Wayne Asher, Rodger Earnest Bridgeman Jr., Earl Douglas Britton, Victoria Elaine Britton, Sheila Marie Rogers, all of Cuba; and Grace L. Huff, of Steelville. there when your full size tes 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, MO 65453-1640 573-885-2575 corn We'll alwa,s be there for you. Sherrell receives attendance prize Submitted photo Charlie Sherrell, left, accepted a St. Louis Rams jacket from Mary Koke, Knights of Columbus Ladies Auxiliary, who drew the winning name at a recent Knights steak night event. The Knights always award an attendance prize by drawing at their second Friday of the month steak night and diners need not be present to win. Local senior citizens to represent fellow seniors Two Crawford County citi- zens were named Tuesday, May 20 to serve on the governing boards of the Central Missouri Area Agency on Aging (CMAAA). Elinor Snelson of Cuba will serve a three-year term as member of the Board of Directors of CMAAA. This vol- unteer board consists of a member from each of the 19 mid-Missouri counties served by CMAAA. The board deter- mines policies and budget pri- orities for the not-for-profit, service organization for sen- iors. Glenn Roth of Cuba will serve a three-year term on the agency's Advisory Council. The 21-member council makes poli- cy recommendations to the board of directors. CMAAA is a non-profit, pri- vate corporation serving people 60 years and older who live in a 19-county area in central Missouri. With an annual budget of $8.5 million, CMAAA serves more than a million congregate and home-delivered meals, sponsors 36 senior centers and operates other programs for seniors. CMAAA derives support from volunteers, contributions from program participants and government funding. Youth skills class being planned By Ava Viehman A Life Skills Class is being hosted by MOCA July 14-18 in Steelville at the Community Center. Classes will be held from 9 a.m.-3:30 p.m. each day. Classes will also be held in Bourbon July 28-Augnst 1 at the Bourbon High School from 9 a.m.-3:30 p.m. Criteria for attending: the students must be between the ages of 13-18 and attending junior or high school in the fall of 2003. They also must meet income criteria for this pro- gram. For information or to enroll for the class call Brenda Richards or Katie Hunt in Steelville at 573-775-2502. Classes are now being formed. ESTATE AUCTION McNett Auction Service June 14, 2003 9:00 am LOCATION: 24 Rocky Road Lane, Sleelville, MO. From Steelville go to First Community Bank, head seuth to Keyesville Rd (Hw'/AA), go fight 4.6 miles. Follow McNett Auction Signs. Due to the death o| Ray Brumleyhis children have decided to put a portion of his estate up for auction. Other consignors will be selling items  well Equipment: Craftsman Riding Mower (needs repair) 2 axle Trailer (reserve) 67 Simcas 2 (one w/motor, one with parts) Small camper trailer (gas, elec. & water hook-ups, sleeps 4) 8x4 Single axle metal trailer (spoked wheels) Small trailer (needs put together) Small trailer (pull) Pond twirler 18,000 BTU air cond. 220 volt (need freon) 2 gas stoves Whirlpool washer and dryer (heavy duty) Tools: Drill press Jumper cables Battery clarger Lawn mower parts Trailer ramps Shop vacs Saw blades Misc. hand tools and saws Tool boxes Jacks Old wooden barrel (metal ring, need staves) Grind stone Wheelbarrow Electric cords and plugs, etc. Flashlights Plumbing supplies Plumbing pipes (water & sewer) Electrical wire (some woven) 1 lot misc. tools 1 lot misc. yard tools Appliances Musical Instruments: Old Violin (reserve) Zither Quilting Items: Quilting machine w/frames QUilt pieces Material Quilts Sewing machine Licensed Auctioneer - JO McNett %573-885-3622 or 1-573-467-1443 rncnett.far-west-sales.com All checks must have ID. All items must be paid for before leaving premises. Not respon- sible for lost or stolen items. Not responsible for accidents. Sale Day Announcements take precedence over all pdnted matter. Food sewed on premises. Best Bet Call McNett cfp-ss 6/12 GOING OUT OF BUSINESS SALE PAST AND PRESENT, AN ESTATE OUTLET 109 East Main Street - Steelville, MO Lots of Antiques, Used Furniture, Household Items, Gifts and Collectibles Also complete stock of Avon Products at low, low prices Don't miss the bargains during our liquidation sale Store Hours: Thurs., Fri., Sat. 10:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. Sun. 1:00 - 4:00 p.m. c fp/ss 6/4,12 Ozarks Health Services Thomas Gibbon, DO ~ Family Practice Tanya Amyx, FNP- Family Practice I -I Mercy Medical Group 114 Downey Cuba, MO 65453 573-885-3358 M-Thur 8-6; Fri 8-4 Same day appointments crp-5/1.1/n SPIt & Boa,00 i Package worth S230!! cha Tickets can be pur sed at o= ,i Per00ct Imaaes k TheNallqallery Drawir--Fr day, June 13 at the !g II - "Relay for E4fe at Hood Park, Cuba, MO. [[ All proceeds go to American Cancer Society. ctp s/s .......................................................................... / Physical Therapy Occupational Therapy Sports Injury Rehab Chronic and Acute Pain Rehab Worker's Compensation Injury Rehab Speech Therapy Pediatric Therapy Post-Operative Rehab Marty Connely, Occupational Therapist Kathie Schlemper, Speech Therapist Amber Harness, Physical Therapy Assistant Jamie Schultz, Physical Therapist Please call or stop by for more information: 573-885-4500 p-xt vt= I I INJURED IN A CAR OR WORK RELATED ACCIDENT? HAVE SERIOUS PROBLEMS WITH THE LAW? Do you trust an insurance or worker's comp adjuster or just one lawyer? If the answer is "No", call a full service law firm like MAZZEI, BROSHOT AND LEICK. Over 100 years combined expe- rience representing people with serious problems. If they don't collect for you, you don't poy. Call 573-775-5775. cfp 1/9-tfn