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Tuesday, August 6, 2013 Cold Spring Record Page 10 SDortsline stuff and then lie about it. Roger B Clemens, are you listening? continued from page 9 Doubtful. all may have enjoyed a drink or TRIVIA ... name the kicker two but otherwise played it who was with the Vikes 14 years clean .... Never been a fan of for- and is the team's all time lead- mer Detroit pitcher/prisoner ing scorer.///this former Twin Denny McLain, the last 30-game 3rd baseman was referred to by winner. However, now and then hecklers as Mike Vegetable and I visit You Tube just to hear the later became an interim manag- jerk play the organ. He was/is er for the Mets, name him. /// VERY good at it! Try it! ... I like name the unlikely sponsor of the Cory Provus, the new Twins ra- very successful Upper Midwest dio play-by-play guy. Maybe he'll Golden Gloves tournament in teach veteran Dan Gladden a the early 50's at the Minneapolis few things. Maybe! Auditorium?///Bud Grant was a THE VIKINGS ... Minneso- bench player for the Minneapolis ta's great running back Adrian Lakers in their championship Peterson is not the least bit shy years, do you know his scoring when it comes to an opinion on average?/// PED'S, (performance enhancing ANSWERS ... Fred Cox. /// drugs). In as many words, he has Mike Cubbage. ///Minneapolis contempt and near total disre- Star Tribune.///Grant's average gard for the bums across the was 2.6 points per game./// sports spectrum that use the Rounding 3rd ... Ilion winners by Mark Grelson ii!ili!i!ilililili!Miiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii i! !ili iii ili!i !iiiiiii Liiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiili!i!ilililil iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii ii iiii iiii ili !ili ili ii!ii i ii i i ! i ii ii iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii i i i :::::::::::::::::::::::::: : ~#::::::: i : :::::::::::::::::::::::::::: I had some good ideas to write As the elderly population in about for this week's column. I our country grows larger every think it had something to do year, there is a lot of research on with memory issues as we grow Alzheimer's Disease, dementia, older, but I can't remember for and heart disease; three big sure. health issues for so many people. As I come closer to that age The latest medical research (60) that I used to think separat- says that the majority of older ed us from "old" people I certain- adults do not get dementia or ly don't easily admit I am getting Alzheimer's, but most will expe- older, but there are signs. The rience some degree of cognitive first and most obvious sign right change. Our memories consist of now is getting out of bed every two types; sematic memory, morning. Why do so many joints which is the recall of general or get stiff during a relaxed, nice factual information, and episodic sleep? memory, which is explicit recol- The second sign for me is a lection of events: the what, great desire to take a nap on Sat- where, and when of information. urday and Sunday afternoon. Sematic memory shows very Just curl up under a blanket little decline in normal aging, with a book, but only read one but episodic memory declines chapter and the fall asleep for considerably with age. This part- 30-40 minutes, ly explains why it is sometimes hard to remember; where did I cer players, but it turned out o.k. park the car, when was I sup- This week we had two other posed to see the doctor, what day short Community Education is it? classes, Bubbleology from staff at It is easy to find more and the Sauk River Watershed Dis- more information on keeping our trict and Painting With Kate. brains sharp and memories more The bubble class combines part clear. A few simple suggestions of chemistry and physics to ex- are to keep your leisure time plain surface tension and pres- busy with crossword puzzles, sure for bubbles, human made playing cards, reading, board and in nature. games, playing a musical instru- The painting class was two ment, learning a foreign lan- days for three hours to explore guage, and all types of arts and color, tint, and shade, and how crafts, they work together to form shad- In addition to these brain ac- ow and light in plainting. Good tivities, don't forget physical ac- class for your brain! tivities which help keep blood Starting August 12 we have pressure down and stimulate one last daytime session for your heart to pump blood swim lessons. If you are looking through your brain. Simple good for one more late summer swim exercises include walking, swim- activity for your child, please call ming, biking, and a favorite for us at 685-8631. most ladies - dancing! Card Winners At the ROCORI Senior Center Pinochle we offer several activities to help 1st - Patty Czech you out, including cards, bil- 2nd-Tony Czech liards (pool), painting, knitting, 3rd-Stan Marple quilting, and Monday afternoon Cribbage line dancing, lst- Lorraine Hennen All of the above activities, ex- 2nd-Dick Hageman cept swimming and biking, can Door Prize- Jackie Sundholm be done for free at the Senior Bridge Center or through Community lst-Eloise Westby Education. The music lessons for 2nd- Bob Feldhege piano, guitar, violin, and voice do 3rd- Bill Evans have a fee to participate. Door Prize Dorothy The Community Education Zumwalde summer school session II started 500 last week with 132 children in lst-Tony Czech seven different activities. The 2nd-Dee Wirtzfeld weather was a little scary on 3rd-Ben Finazzo Tuesday, due to early morning Door Prize - Delores Dock- rain and what we do with 30 soc- endorf music uce at Wednesday Leo Cool, White Bear Lake & Nick McGee, Cold Spring were the lucky winners of the 2013 Hometown Pride Days Medallion Hunt. The Cold Spring Farmers' Market will have music by "Kevin & Melinda Ruprecht" and "Dale Imdieke on piano" (pic- tured on right), Wednesday, Au- gust 7th from 3:00 to 6:00 p.m. Stop, shop, buy and enjoy the food, while listening to good mu- sic! (PLEASE BRING YOUR OWN LAWN CHAIR.) The market now features: ice cold homemade lemonade, let- tuce, spinach, kohlrabi, straw- berries, radishes, rhubarb, zuc- chini, raspberries, tomatoes, onions, kale, green beans, broc- coli, gypsy peppers, hot wax pep- ~® 100% Em~yee Owned 400 Main Street Cold Spring, MN 320-685-7015 1-877-884-7694 Store Hours: Mon - Fri: 9 am - 7 pm Sat: 9 am - 5 pm • Sun: 10 am - 2 pm !ealth Chief Pharmacist, Kevin Dockendorf covers important health care topics with quality information on medication use and healthier ways of life. MY BABY SPITS UP A LOT. It is normal for infants to spit up many times duringthe day. Spitting up happens in more than half of all infants during the first four months of age. Most babies are "happy spitters" and don't need any treatment. They usually outgrow this by 18 months of age. If your baby spits up a lot, but is healthy, happy, and growing, a few "lifestyle changes" may help them to spit up less. These changes include: • Feed your baby smaller amounts of food, more times during the day. Sometimes spitting up happens when the baby eats too much at one time. • Burp your baby during and after each feeding to get rid of air trapped in the stomach. • If your baby spits up while feeding, stop feeding and wait until the next time you are supposed to feed your baby. • Keep your baby in an upright position during and after feedings...either up against your chest or sitting up straight when they are able. • Do not put clothes or diaper on too tight. • Keep your baby away from cigarette or cigar smoke. • Ask your prescriber if you should change what you are feeding your baby. For a small number of babies, spitting up too much may be a sign of something more serious. You should call your baby's prescriber if you notice any of the following: • Spitting up blood (bright red streaks in the spit up or spit up that looks like used coffee grounds), or spit up that is green or yellow. • The baby moves away from the bottle or breast while also crying or being very fussy. • Refusing to eat, or choking or gagging when eating. • Breathing problems (wheezing, coughing, turning blue, or getting pneumonia often). • Not gaining weight the way they should be. • Fewer wet diapers than usual. • Fever or diarrhea. Your baby's healthcare provider may decide that your baby needs medicine. There are drugs available that can help your baby if spitting up is due to a more serious problem. Even if medicines are needed, it is important to continue the lifestyle changes mentioned above. This will help the medicines work even better. Remember, spitting up is normal for most babies. Find us on ~]~'~ If you have any questions,ask your pharmacist or prescriber. Facebook Used with permission from Pharmacist's Letter. lil~ pers, summer squash, peas, thin skin cucumbers, beets, cabbage, radishes, new potatoes, peppers, jams, jellies, farm fresh eggs, BBQ sauce, maple syrup, honey, crumb cakes, tarts, cookies, pzes, banana breads, cinnamon pull apart bread, Caroline's breads, artisan breads, caramels, caramel corn, lawn yard art, pinatas, skin care products, homemade soaps and handmade wooden clothes racks. More items each week! Also don't forget to check out the food ready to eat or to take home for dinner: fresh goat milk pudding, burritos, pork stuffed chicken wings, egg rolls, ~alsa, tamales, quesadillas, beef kabobs, homemade flour tor- tillas, mexican tortas, beef fried noodles and wontons. Thank you for supporting your LOCAL Farmers' Market, Wednesdays, 3:00-6:30 p.m. --NOTICE-- Do you have a talent Or know someone who does and would like to entertain the crowd at the Cold Spring Farmers' Market? Whether it be magic or music, in- dividual or a band, the LOCAL Farmers' Market would like you to share your talent by reserving a spot as the entertainment on a Wednesday at the Market from 3:00-6:00 p.m. Call Laura for more info and details at 293- 3599. Bluegrass Festival - at El Rancho Mafiana this weekend - August 8-11 St. Cloud, MN 320-654-1522 • Chuck's Computer Service Your personal computer specialist I will come to your home or office for all your computer needs in: z:~ ~ • general repair ~lil;~ " general assistance ~/~ • software installation ° adware/virus removal ~_~ ° networking I Chuck Hansen 320-241-1440 WILLENBRING, DAHL, WOCKEN & ZIMMERMANN, PLLC Hires New Associate , Boe M. Piras I graduated from the University of St. Thomas School of Law, where he served on the Editorial Board of the University of St. Thomas Law Journal. Prior to joining the firm, he served as a judicial law clerk to the Honorable William J. Cashman and the Honorable ¢~ James W. Hoolihan. 1 oa/.a6~ mere/re. Boe M. Piras 318 Main Street Cold Spring. 685-3678