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,'uO, y 004,,oo, Lifestyle The Cuba Free Pres00 DeClue graduates from UMR Ron DeClue graduated, with honors, from UMR May 17. He earned his Bachelor of Science Degree in Civil Engineering. DeClue graduated Summa Cum Laude, and was a mem- ber of Phi Kappa Phi, Tau Beta Pi and Chi Epsilon honor soci- eties. 'DeClue is a 1998 graduate of Bourbon tIigh School. DeClue also graduated, with honors, from ECC before trans- ferring to UMR. Along the way he was awarded several local scholar- ships. DeClue is going to be a Civil Engineer for the U.S. Air Force. He will begin Officer RON DECLUE Training School in Alabama July 1, 2003. Dates set for Craft Fair Community Club will take care of all advertising for the event. We are taking reservations for handmade items only, import and flea market items are not allowed. We also request that crafters leave their booths set up for the entire Fair. If you would be interested in renting a booth or would like more information about the Arts & Crafts Fair, please con- tact: Andrea Holland at 457- 2035, Danielle Bandy at 457- 2010, Janie Lawrence at 573- 468-4224 or Rhonda Campbell at 764-3992. Please call as soon as possi- ble to reserve your booth and we look forward to seeing you on September 20. The Spring Bluff Community Club has set the date of September 20, from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. for their Annual Arts & Crafts Fair. The Arts & Crafts Fair will be held at the R-15 Spring Bluff School, located eight miles north of Sullivan and 11 miles south of Beaufort on Highway 185. Once again the Arts & Crafts Fair will be held in our new gymnasium. That means we now have space for 55 crafters! The booths are 8' x 10'. The crafter will need to pro- vide their own tables, we will furnish the chairs (there are limited amount of electrical hookups available). Senior celebrations Rob Vlehman photo Guy and Bertha Cooper celebrated their 58th wedding anniversary at the Cuba Senior Center in June 2003. Pauline Dulworth was also there that day to celebrate her June birth- day. St. James Winery named winner of Los Angeles County Fair Wine of the World Competition St. James Winery 2000 Vintner's Select Vignoles, Norton was named Best of Country White and 1999 Class/Gold Medal winner at Norton. Bronze medals were the recent Los Angeles County awarded to Velvet Red, Fair Wines of the World Country Rd, School House Competition. Red, 2001 Chardonel, School "This award re-confirms St. House White, Velvet White, James Winery as a producer of School House Blush and 2001 world class red wine and Late HarvestVignoles. Missouri as a quality wine pro- The Los Angeles County , ' !"'  ducing state," said Patricia Fair Wines of the World '7'0g, v )]1 Hofherr, St. James Winery Competition received 3,832 a A ODR FFwould hke to thank Re In addition to the Best of 135 wines received Best of We, the fam'ly of NNA we U " . [|[ President. wines from 778 wineries; only Delmar Hutson for the message, to those who served as pallbear- ill Class/Gold award, St. James Class nods. ers, to the Ladies of the Delhi Baptist Church for the beautiful meal I1 Winery earned 14 other medals Founded in 1970, St. James & for all who came. Also to Hutson Funeral Home for their efficient Ill including Gold for Pink Winery produces over 100,000 service. You will all be kindly remembered. II] Catawba, Silver medals for cases of wine a year and is the f ............. The family of An woodruff ..................... III Vinter's . Select Seyval, largest winery in Missouri. Submitted by Helen Ware Stevens cf ,,2, )1) New Pharmacist at Towne Pharmacy  P  Towne Pharmacy announces They have two children, Jack Prosper & Be In Health by Donna Ray of CDR Natural Health Food Store 363 E Pine, Bourbon, MO 573-732-5900 Tue.-Fn. 10-5, Sat. 10-1 * www.cdmaturals.com Low Carbohydrate Extravaganza How do you bum fat taster and feel more energy while protecting you from disease and agingf By reducing carbohydrate intake and replacing it with lean protein and heart healey fats that will turn the fat storage off and the fat burner on. The benefits don't stop them. Reducing carbotlydItaS sapoctl healthy blood sugar and inlulin which can result in a more consistent source of energy (htoughout  day without imergy highs or lows. Reducing your carbohydrate intake helps eliminate blood sugar  and lows ea:-ilded wi hypo- glycemic swings. Your overall mood  be affected aklo because you will experience more consistent lev- els of neurotransmilters and hormones in the brain. Along with this certain incmaeed alertness end less- mood swings, Now let's get to the heart o! the matter. In a welt known nurae's study of tens ot thousands ot women, those who ale diet low in complex carbohydrates had hell file rk of heart attack comparad to those who ate a diet in simple carbohydrates, Those who have spent years studying this issue ss, y people with a hto of dlbetes that have for many years eaten a diet of high simple carbohydratas have adver affooted their ineulin production. Simply put, (he pa.,raas becomes ovedrdened. A low cafoohydmta,1 proln diet can promote healthy blood sugar and lower the risk for insulin resistance and Type II dlobetss. Specifically women can benefit from a low carbohydrate  in regarcle to 10meet health. High rates of stress trigger excess insulin in women. Women need to decraass high 91ycarnic index carbohydrates to offset this imbalance. Irsulin is a growth factor for breast calle. When you eat n insulin lowering diet, syn- onymous with a low carbohydrate diet, you are protecting your lasts from exceu gnNth, Reducing your consumption of carbohydrates help= maintain youthful levels of growth llonnone reieese associated with skin elasticity, bone den4y, lean muscle rmu and immune function which are all goal marks ot keeping your youth We pray that you prosper in all things and be in health even as your soul pmeper=. 3 John 2 Donna The information included in (his artloH is not inhmKl to tra=t or Jra any dilea Or aiknent. Consult with your health care practitioner bore making any changes in your diet or lifestyle. cto-SS 7/17 I_ new staff pharmacist, Amy Medows, Rph. She is a 1995 graduate of University of Minnesota, cur- rently working towards her PharmD degree to expand the clinical services. She is married to Jeff Medows, residing in Cuba. and Giorgia. Towne Pharmacy continues to expand its medical services, including the oxygen medical equipment services and respi- ratory therapy, with Cliff Howdeshell, 573-885-7212. Towne Pharmacy is located at 304 Theresa, Cuba. Business workshops to be held By Jackie Rasmussen, Business Specialist Thinking about starting your own business but not sure where to begin? Managing a small business and need some assistance? University Outreach & Extension will be offering a program on "Starting a Business: The First Steps.  Classes will be held from 6-9 p.m. on the following dates: : Aug. 14, Pulaski County Courthouse, Waynesville and Oct. 21, TBA, Rolla. Participants will gain valu- able knowledge on legal struc- ture, marketing, management, licensing, financing, research venues and much more. Registration fee for this class is $30/person. Those interested in attending must register with the Camden County University Outreach & Extension Center at 573-346- 2644 one week prior to each respective class date. Please call or stop by or offices for more information and/or to register. Starting a business can be overwhelming, so increase your potential for success with education and knowledge offered by the University of Missouri Outreach & Extension. Thank You Crawford County Fair Board would like to express their deepest apprecia- tion to the following for going above and beyond helping to make this year's Fair a success: Cuba's Mayor John Koch, Cuba's Supervisor Bob Baldwin, City of Cuba Employees, Sgt. Paul Crow and all of his security personnel Pat Woodruff and North Crawford County Ambulance District and the Steelville Ambulance District. cfp-ss 7/24 Gospel Assembly | Church | on Hwy. H. in Leasbut$, " Sat., July 26- 6p it Come enjoy God's word I with: The Tilmon Fantll | Bernie, Mo. and LindeIH " of Bourbon, also local d Everyone welcome L l PUBLIC NOTICE Nicole Huggins turns 16 July 30. She will be driving. You safe on the road but stay off the sidewalks. LOVE PHIL & TERRI I would like to thank everyone from the house and those who brought ice, water, wet towels and a portable fan to me when I during the parade. I wish I knew names to thank you personally. AlsO, you to the man who called 911, the ambulance service that had to parade to come to me and the emergency room staff who took care 0 fl is good to know there are such thoughtful people out there. I would also like to thank Uncle Pat, Aunt Myra, Uncle Kent, Nana Swyers, Grandma Coffman & my cousins for being with me with my brother so my mom could be back with me. It is nice to have 8 derful family who cares so much for me. Thank you & May God Bless You Alll! - Stanette You don't buy life insurance for yourself. Let's face it. There are other things you'd rather spend your money on - a new sports car, a trip to the Bahamas. But this is something you buy for them. And for your own peace of mind. Shelter's Whole Life Insurance Policies For the ones you love. LaDel J. Stogsdill, Agent 112 Downey Place, Cuba, MO 65453-1640 Bus.: (573) 885-2575 Fax: (573) 885-2590 Shelter Life Insurance Company Columbia, MO www.shelterinsurance.com We'll always be there Expires July 31, 2003  LINCOLN Mcrcury