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WE KEND ';AVINGI00 l THIS AD GOOD THRU MONDAY, AUG. 14, 1989 weekender NEWS - A 1989 Harlan EMPLOYEE oWNED Drug problem begins at age 12 rs charity horse show The average age for a teen to try or start using.dru, gs. is 12-13. That means m junior high school. Many parents refuse to accept that their children would try drugs or have such distant relation- ships with their teens that they fail to see it. We do not even talk openly about how many car accidents we see re- lated to alcohol and other drug use. As long as parents and society denies drug use by our children, we will continue to see unlucky ones die, destroy their futures, or develop chemical dependency. Kids use for a variety of reasons just like adults includ- ing curiosity, danger, peer pressure, escape, frustration, and boredom. The media and society give messages as well about the pleasures of alcohol use. Alcohol is a drug and it is by far the most widely used and abused drug by children and teens, (as well as adults.) Alcohol and other drug abuse in children/teens may look to adults like other prob- FOOD STORE HARLAN REGULAR $ ,, & DIET P PSI, MT. DEW, SLIC 77 + dep. lems such as hyperactivity, m, m, ,,m .m .m m, .,,. m, m, --- m, m, "1 emotional problems, isola- r" "" m, m, m, m, -- m, Oftentimes, we use these la- bels because it seems easier to deal with than the fact that a i teen is having any number or variety of problems all of GOOD FOR 1 PACKAGE which are exacerbated by or caused by drug abuse. .\\; KOOL AID Ty,ioa, ly o, on 'o : -- : foo00,00 ----" assisting teens with the em" I that if abuses alcohol FREE :,, LYNETTE HANSEN/Harlan Newspapers tional or discipline problems and minimize the alcohol or Any I receives her first place trophy from Rebecca Mathiasen of other drug use. The fact is : \\;7/\\ Flavor in the Men s & Women's Western Pleasure. Andersen won a teen Shine on Scotch." x other drugs their success or | \\; 3 progress in working on prob- ! l lems in their lives will be nil : County Saddle C ub or minimal until the drug GOODTHRUNJGUSTI4,1989 LIMIT ONE PER COUPON iJ | abuse is addressed and made a I,,.,m , m, m,,m m, m, -- .,..m m, .m .m,m m, m, .,,..,, ,-. m m m m m m m  m m m ..,i. key issue. By Lynette Hansen, Asst. New Editor Saddle Club held there Fifth Annual Charity Horse Show, Saturday, , Incorporated private, non-profit day care center for development Of mentally and president of the Shelby County Saddle Club, the saddle club has and is a recreational organization providing entertainment for family ride held once a month in warm weather and two horse shows Horse Show's top five winners in each class won a trophy for fhst through fifth place. All five winners received cash prizes of up in each class were: Horse: Barry Yount, Altoona, tiding "Crystal Vision." Pleasure: Lisa Lust, Newton, riding "Buttercup." : Rachelle Hanson, Kirkman, tiding "Mischief Traveler." Amateur English Country Pleasure Horse: Sue Deboer, Squire." Newton, tiding "Thunderstruck." Heather Lytle, Walnut, riding "Silver Cadillac." Horse: Barry Yount riding "New-Kid-in-Town." Western Pleasure: Brenda Andersen, Harlan, riding "Shine on Signs and symptoms of al- cohol and other drug abuse in teens vary and include secrecy, isolation, change in friends, activities, and personality, school, legal, family, or money problems, and physi- cal symptoms such as weight gain or loss, change in ap- petite or sleep patterns, and skin irritations. Obviously, these symptoms can also be attributed to other potential problems. Consequently, if a parent or other interested party notes possible symptoms and suspects drug abuse, they need to look at getting professional help before the problem(s) in- cruises. The biggest job a parent has is to resist the urge to hide from a possible problem. If a teen is abusin[[ drugs, there will be increasing con- sequences. If a teen is using alcohol or other drugs without evidence of any negative con- sequences, it is still illegal and parents are liable. It can still lead to abuse by teens with inadequate experience and decision making skills. If you suspect your child is using alcohol or other drugs, contactyour local Substance Abuse Counselor to find out more about specific signs and symptoms and available ser- vices within your commu- nity. Children and teens may also seek professional help without parental consent and with total confidentiality. It is not bad or shameful to admit that you or your family may need help. It is shameful to ignore it. If you are concerned about yourself or someone you care about, please contact Midwest Iowa alcohol and Drug Abuse Center in Harlan by calling 755-3161, Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. For an emergency after hours, call 755-2121 and they will put you in touch with the counselor. All inquiries Tombstone PIZZAS H:p?rr:nr Sausage 00 ib i illu I UllB IIIBI IBIB IIIIB IBII lib IIIIB IIIII BIll I IIIIB Imm t III IIBI I IIIBII mlm Illl IIII BI 1 OLV $ MILWAUKEE BEER cans + dep. Three Gaited: Teri Yount, Altoona, tiding "Crystal Vision." Equitation: Billee Vontersh, Omaha, Neb., riding "Supreme ,ed, Amateur, Three Gaited, Pleasure Horse: Lauri Fran Dabbs, Omaha, Neb., tiding "Delights Daisy." Kent Swalla, Newton, riding "Thunderstruck." Hoff, Ankeny, tiding "Serchasam." Horse: Lisa Hillmer, Ft. Calhoun, Neb., riding "Creative will be strictly confidential. r,, .,,, .,, ,,,. ,,,, ,,., ,m, .,, ,,,, ,,,, ,.. ,,,,, .,,, ,,,, ,.,, ,,,, .- .., .,,, ,. , Town of Bolan I __,_, I travels to Flscus I (l ! FISCUS -- The seven people of Fiscus will host almost the [ [ entire town of Bolan on satur- r  ; gained nationwide publicity ]  /' NJGIJSH- [] :::::::! ': ......... when the entire town. popula- tion 16, appeaw A on the Late .... = .... this year. uJlu,ne"c-c'es Fiscus .aveled to Bo for tho ::_,. Summertime "Back to Bolan" days, and this down for a retm'n visiL L 3 i for rain, gardener Raymond Nowatzke ,from Earring used year Fiscus has invited Bolan his own fruits and vegetables to se . Nowatzke as sold his own Bolan is a town located -.. m, m, m m, m, m m, m m, m m, m m, m m m m, ,m m, m, ,m m, m, m, m, m, m, m, ,mm m am m, m St. in for almost 25 years, north of I