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The Cuba Free Press donates to Relay for Life to Simplicity Submitted photo Hoener, Cuba Relay for Life team member and of Tacony Manufacturing, is shown with in St. James, Missouri, United States of vacuums which were donated to be raffled during Relay for Life. Liras(" -le "A "J June 17, 2004 Halinar selected attend Boys State Philpot, 17, and Halinar, 17, were select- attend The American Boys State of .Missouri held June 12-19 on the of Central Missouri University in Philpot is spon- by American Log Homes. )ot has completed his at Bourbon High was selected based leadership and citizen- skills. His accomplish- include Who's Who American High School National Society of School Scholars, Honor years, National Honor , Beta Club - 2 years, Pep , 2 years, FFA, 1 year. is the son of James Carolyn Philpot. is sponsored by the American Legion Post. has completed his jffior r at Cuba High School and on is leadership skills. is the son of Steve Debbie Halinar. State is a pure democ- in that all citizens may and are eligible to hold program is designed and train Missouri's !i I : CHRISTOPHER PHILPOT young leadersin functional cit- izenship, leadership, and gov- ernment. Nearly 1,000 student leaders will build an entire state government in a single week.  The entire Boys State staff is comprised of educational, .legal, professional, and civic leaders who volunteer their time each year. Missouri Boys State is spon- sored by the Missouri American Legion. v Need brochures? Cuba Free Press 573-885-7460 Vitae. Caring; Foundation FUND RAISER WHERE: LEASBURG CITY PARK (Hwy. H Leasburg, Me) When: June 19, 2004- 4:30 p.m. Gospel Music: 4:30 p.m. Walk.a-Mile 4:30 p.m. Food Booth Open 5:00p.m. Prices will be posted BAR-B-QUE - PorkSteaks, Brats, Hamburgers, Hot Dogs, Potato Salad, Cole Slaw, Baked Beans, Chips & Soda, Cakes and Pie Auction 7:30 p.m, Attendance Prizes Given Gospel Music by: Henry & Pasty Copling 6:30 p.m: - Skit by: Teenags 6:00 p.m. -,Guest Speaker: Kay Worley 7:00 p.m. KEYNOTE SPEAKER: Richard Korte SPECIAL GUEST: Stacey Kromer from Vitae Headquarters Bring Lawn Chairs & Enjoy The Fun Sponsored by: Leasburg Asembly Of God ChUrch - Pasto r Donald Vaughn tmc 607 National 00azety Month Ferrellgas to ,: 00let.ate " ' Staff members at Steelville are Hepperman, Chris McQuillan and Larry Shearrer, driver/sales; and Sue Wideman, customer service representative. Ferrellgas Partners, L.P., through its operating partner- ship, serves more than one mil- lion customers in 45 states. Ferrellgas employees indi- rectly own more than 17 mil- lion common units of Ferrellgas Partners through an employee stock ownership plan. Ferrellgas Partners common units trade on the New York Stock Exchange under the symbol FGP. June is National Safety Month and the Ferrellgas team in Steelville are celebrating its seventh annual safety day. They will hold a safety day open house from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Tuesday, June 22, 2004. The event will include safety information, refreshments and drawings for giveaways. "Ferrellgas has earned a nationwide reputation for safe- ty," said District Manager Jill Hepperman. "This special day reinforces our commitment to providing our customQrs with safe, dependable service every day. We look forward to saying thank you to our community at safety day." ( uba Wal-Mart dot ation A great idea! Advertising in the Cuba Free Press KID'S DAY OwenSville Gun Club Free 22 Caliber 22 Shoot Saturday, June 26 9:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.  Hwy. 28 W. Owensvllle Guns, ammunition, safety instruction / ] i provided. FREE HOT DOGS a ofp/ss 6/17, 24 ATTENTION Anyone not receiving a renewal notice for the CUBA FIRE DEPARTMENT membership, please call 573-885-3366 and leave yur name, address and phone number. DUES DELINQUENT July 1st for July 2004-June 2( WaI-Mart Manager Shane Bettes presents Shirley Pinkston of the Leasburg American Legion Ladies Auxiliary Unit #456 with a $500 check for the organization. Service News Navy Lt. j. g. Brian L. ments, equipment, mainte- Hargrave, son of Rita M. and nance procedures, battle dam- Ron L. Hargrave of Cuba, Mo., age evaluation and contain- recently graduated from the ment techniques, firefighting, Damage Control Assistant and Chemical, Biological, (DCA) course at Surface Radiological defense proce- Warfare Officer (SWO) School, dures. Newport, R.I. The course also incorporates The DCA course is designed a two-day advanced firefight- to provide prospective ship- inglaboratory. board DCAs with training that Hargrave is a 1990 graduate includes in-depth study in the of Alton High School of Alton, areas of damage control Mo. He is a 2001 graduate of administration and training, Old Dominion University, systems, Damage Control Norfolk, Va. with a BSCI Petty Officer Program require- degree. Hutson graduates from OBU Oklahoma Baptist Univer- sity conferred degrees on 294 students at its 90th annual Spring Commencement Satur- day, May 22. Many of the students gradu- ated with predicate. The predi- cate summa cum laude requires a grade point average of 3.95 on all work offered for the degree. The predicate magna cum laude requires a cumulative GPA of 3.70 and the predicate cum laude requires a 3.40 grade point average. From Cuba the spring gradu- ate is Brett Spencer Hutson, family psychology, religion and creative writing. Dr. William A. Lynch, Jr. PRIMARY CARE OPTOMETRIST Cr,,vad Co. Ey? Care St. James Eye Cam 402 W. Washington, Cuba, 205 State Rt. B #5 Me 65453 St. James, Me 65559 573-885-2323 573-265-2020 Fatherhood is not for wimps.* A father provides for his family. He protects his family from out- side forces which seek to do harm. A father loves his family more than work, golfing, hunting, IV, yes, more than his very life. Truly, it is his life that he gives for the sake of those he loves. A father is responsible for the well being of his family. He seeks to bring out the best. and the greatest which lie within himself and his family. A father loves with full devotion while being fully aware of his lack. A father leads with the strength and courage which is supplied to him. A father is supplied by the Father of All. The Father of All loves the father, molds him, deals with him, gradually transforms him from a wimp into a man. He then becomes .the kind of father the family loves to recognize on Father's Day. "Promoting Our Patients' Quality of Life" cfp-ss 5/17 Cuba United Methodist Church Announces VBS june 27-July 1 i Pre-regitet by eatinG3 Tina at 573-BB-ld16 , Ages 4,12 (Limit of 50 children) Church Basement 903 W. Washington. cfp 6/10,17,24 II i II I  Prosper & Be In Health by Donna Ray of CDR Naturals Health Food Store 363 E Pine, Boudxm, Me 573-732-5900 Tue.-Fd. 10-5, Sat. 10-1 * www.cdrnaturals.aom D Gets to the Heart Last week we started a discussion on the dangers of a lack of vitamin D in our diets. We promised to continue with ragard to cardiac abnormalities and vitamin D, Researchers at a state univeCsity have detemlined that there is a link between vitamin D and heart disease; The resear strongly suggests that taking vitamin D supplements will reduce the risk Of develop het disease by as much as one-thlrd. The schoOl's rematch team has studied over 9000 women aged 65 and older. Half Of the women were taking reg- ular vitamin D supplements and heft reported they did not take vitamin D supplements. After a period of eleven years raseahers recorded the incidence of heart disease and deaths caused by heart disease.  Results of the study shewed that women who took he nlula[ vitamin D supplements'. had a 31% lower risk of heart disease than those who did not take supplements. Researchers noted that these nlmults are promising and more research will be donJ/llW specifically study the effects of vttamin D and he disease. ' Other studies have shown that vegetarian women are shown to have IOJlllllllll'Tvita- l idn D as well as other important vitamins and inerals. This is nOll'ttTat vegetarian diets are bed but need special planning to overce these ml,ssinOmertts. Okay, so where do we find alternate sources to v#lmin D other than milk? Cod liver ell is an excellent dietary sburce of Vitamin D. Traces Of vitamin D are found In egg yolks and butter. 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