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INS JOURNAL-THURSDAY, JANUARY 23, 1997 PAGE-11 Pseudorabies testing require- tion device permanently affixed Carney News Castleberry, Pearl Best, A.J. ment for-Market Hog Shows to the right ear. (Plastic ear tag and Nova Dornan, Oscar and The Oklahoma Department of is recommended.) 3)Present te t By Pat Skaggs Della Nettles, and Kattie academicallyAgriculture rules and regula- record at each exhibit. "The Hansom Cab" Biswell. in the tions covering pseudorabies test- The Hansom Cab was origi- May all of your reach out for This ing of hogs for the 1996-97 win- Notes from Nathan nally developed in England comfort and better health. We passing ter and spring market hogshow Supplementation seminar to be between 1834 and 1873. It wish all of you much better YOur local are: 1) a negative pseudorabies held was not introduced into the health in 1997. God bless all informa- virus (PRV) test (test chart) for The Payne County OSU Ex- United States until later inof you. the century when it enioyed . o . . . Morris (405)all shows. Health certificates tension Center and the Payne popularity in several large Fire claims second Carney may or may not be required, de- County Cattle Producers are cities. The Hansom Cab is area home: pending on the individual show sponsoring a program on supple- being re-introduced to the A second fire claimed an- or fair and its requirement, mentation. This program will United States by Justin Car-other Carney area home Show will The following steps are re- cover protein and energy re- riage Works, and is intendedTuesday, Jan. 14th. Thehome May 6 in quired to exhibit market swine quirements, alternative supple- mainly for consumers in the ofCarolene Milburn was corn- must (barrows and gilts) in Oklahoma mentation, effects of grain pro- " tourism trade, pletely consumed by fire. No number of winter and spring shows: 1)duction on feed costs, and an " " ° " ° one was at home at the time Feb. 7, 1997. Have a negative pseudorabies outlook of supplement prices. Remembered: of the fire, and no one was test conducted after Dec. 1, 1996, The program will be hel4 Thurs- Several Carney residents hurt by the fire. Carolene is moreinfor- and be identified on the test day, Jan. 23, 1997 at 7 p.m. at need our remembrances and the mother of Wesley Project, chart by official identification the Payne County Expo Center. - prayers this week. Among Milburn, who lives about 1/4 (405) 747-number. 2) Be individually iden- Speakers will be Dr. " those are: Arvilla Savage, miles from his mother. Our tiffed with an official identifica- Dave Lalman, Extension Beef Idella Smith, Helen and Jim deepest sympathy is extended Specialist, and Paul Bamberger Bell, Harold Carpenter, to Wesley, his family and his of Stillwater Milling Co. Helen Allen, Sylvia mother. 00000 Visitors: Mrs. Arvilla Savage had as her week-end visitors two of her daughters, Elouise Car- penter of Oklahoma City, who came Saturday morning and spent Saturday and Sunday with her mother. She also vis- ited her sister, Pat Skaggs, and Harold Carpenter before returning to her OKC home Monday. Pat Skaggs visited with her sister and mother Sunday morning. • • 000 Do you know... oit is better to give than to re- ceive. othat goodness comes from within. Here's a good man's dinner that may suit his fancy: Recipe to a Man's Heart A good T-bone steak, about 1 inch thick, trim good. Saut and simmer in butter. Place garlic and onion on top of steak and cook slow for about " 6 to 8 minutes. Add a good baked potato, green beans and a salad. Serve with your favorite dessert, such as co- conut pie, lemon pie or peach cobbler. Put finishing touches on the good meal with a good TV program. We like animals, westerns and all the news. Well, someone has to watch those kind of programs! Winter is here Well, we have had our little share of winter, but not as bad as some parts of the country, with so much rain and snow. I'm back with the Carney news following a bout with some ole bug or my diabetes, exuberant 4-H menibers are sporting Top Talent--pictured here are the winnersofthe Individual and Small Group acts from guess it's the latter, being we ired official 4-H jackets in recognition of the Payne County Share-the Fun Contest. The Grand Champions will represent Payne County had two holidays - Thanksgiv- outstanding first year 4-H members in at the Northeast District 4-H Share.the Fun contest in Wagoner on Saturday, February 8th. ing and Christmas. I'm much two rookie 4-H standouts are (left to Shown here are: Steven Anderson, Cloverleaf 4-11, Reserve Champion Individual; Brandi, better now, thanks to God and Cloverleaf 4.H, and Rebekah Emerson, Rachel and Ryan Le , Twin Mounds 4-H, Reserve Champion Small Group; Amanda Swinney good medicine. Pair was chosen to be so honored on theand Amy Buchanan, Cloveleaf 4-H, Grand Champion Small Group; and Rebekah Emerson, Everyone have a great week 4-H record books. Perkins 4-11, Grand Champion Individual - God loves you and so do I. i iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii FOR A HEALTHY LIFE Diabetes Education This four-session class offers instruction in the basic care and management of diabe- tes. It also provides information about prevention of long-term complications and what to do on sick days. This class is taught by a certified diabetes educator. Date: Man: Jan. 20,27, Feb. 10&17 Sat: Jan. 25, Feb. 1, 15 & 22 Time: Man: 6:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. Sat: 9:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m. Cost: $6.00 Note: Must Preregister. Adult CPR Health Care Provider Course In this dass you will learn how to use CPR on infants, children and adults using the standards of the American Heart Associa- tion. Participants will receive certification. Date: Feb. 1 & Mar. 1 Time: 9:00 a.m. - 12:00: Cost: $30 per person Registration Fee Book $11 plus ' American Red Cross Community First Aid and Safety This course includes adult CPR, infant/ child CPR, basic first aid techniques and emergency rescue procedures which will aid an injured person until medical help can arrive. Date: Mar. 15 & May 17 Time: 8:30 a.m.- 5:00 p.m. Cost: $35 Stop Smoking Class Information is provided on the chemical addiction of smoking, withdrawal symp- toms and stress management. Each class is made up of grpup discussions, not lectures. Designed to help people stop smoking for life. Date: Mar. 3,10, 11, 17, 18 & 24 Time: 6:30- 8:30 p.m. ::::i!i Cost: $75.00 registration fee required t iii! Call 742-5488 to register for any of the classes listed in this section. Please call 48 hours in advance. CHILDBIRTH AHD INFANT CARE ..... Hospital Tour You will get a firsthand look at where your baby will be born and cared for. You will also get to preview the journey you will make from admission, to labor and delivery, postpartum care, and discharge. Date: Feb. 6, 11, Mar. 6 & 18 Time: 7:00 p.m. Cost: Free Childbirth Preparation This is a three-Dart program taught by registered nurses for first-birth families or experienced families who want more iiili in-depth information. You will leam about ::::::! the labor and delivery process, various i!il relaxation techniques,.anesthesia choices i!:ii and cesarean births. This program may !il be taken anytime during pregnancy, but it !i:ii: is recommended during the last three months. : Date: Weds: Jan. 22, Feb. 5, 12, 19 Infant/Child CPR Learn the life-saving techniques of infant/ child CPR which are different from adult CPR. This program, taught by a regis- tered nurse, also covers important r " • techniques i ecessary to assist a choking; infant or child. Certification is available. Date: Feb. 12 & Mar. 19 Time: 6:00 p.m. Cost: $2S/couple or $1 S/single Book $9 plus American Heart Fee: Association Card Refresher for Experienced Families This program, taught by experienced labor and delivery nurses, will provide you information on the most current labor and delivery options. taken at any :i:i Date: Jan. 21 & Feb. 18 They will also review i breathing and relaxation technique. This program may beT' .... " time during your pregnancy. : Fee: American Heart Association Card Adult CPR Health Care Provider RECERTIFICATION Course Date: Feb.12 & Mar. 12 (second Wednesday of each month) Time: 7:30 a.m.- 9:30 a.m. 1:30 p.m.- 3:30 p.m. Cost: $1 S per person Note: Must Preregister Call 742-5488 to register for any of the classes listed in this section. 1st Friday Espedally For Women 1 st Friday is made especially for women and women's issues. It is offered on the first Friday of every month. Date: Feb. 7 Time: 12:15 p.m., concluding before 1:00 p.m. Place: Stillwater Public Library Programming Room (1 st floor, North Building) Cost: Free Call 742-5720 to register for 1st Friday. e e t e • • • • • • t • • Ib • • • • • • • • • • Send Check or Money Order To: iiii Thurs: Jan. 23, Feb. 6, 13 & 20 .... i:::iiii : ii Time: Weds: 7:00 p.m. Thurs. 7:00 p.m. .... iii The Lite Weigh Cost: $30 per couple Cost: $25 per couple A weight control program using a Breastfeedlng ractical approach by helping partici- Breathing and Relaxation A certified breastfeeding instructor will pants evaluate their food choices and learn healthy cooking skills. This six- week session includes weekly nutrition counseling, a low-impact exercise session and behavioral counseling. Date: Jan. 9, 16, 23, 30, Feb. 6 & 13 Time: 5:30- 7:00 p.m. ,,,\ Cost: $60 Weekly Session Topics Wk 1: "Let's Get Started" Wk 2: "Kitchen Gadgets for Good Health" Wk 3: "Goal Setting Your New Year Resolutions" Wk4: "Fiber, Your Body's Broom" Wk 5: "Using Affirmations to Make Changes to a Healthier Lifestyle" Wk 6: "Healthy Snack Attacks" Call 742-5456 to register for The Lite Weigh program. Please call 48 hours in advance. • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • Stillwater Medical Center ° Education Department • PO Box 2408 • Stilwater, OK 74076 Course Title: Date of Course: Deposit Sent: $ *For more information, call (405) 742-5486 This class is an optional fourth class in the childbirth preparation series. This class will focus on relaxation and breathing tech- niques. A good choice for those who do not think they want an epidural. Best taken following the first three classes. Date: Jan. 29, Feb. 26 & Time: 7:00 p.m. Cost: $5.00 per couple Apr. 2 Sibling Class This class is recommended for siblings three years old and up. The children will get to practice holding a life-like doll, watch a film about a big sister, and get a tour of the hospital to see where morn and baby will be staying. They will even get to make a bib for the new baby. Date: Feb. 5 & Mar. 5 Time: 7:00 p.m. Cost: Free Newborn Care Learn techniques to promote the healthy and safe development of your newborn. Discussion includes baby care basics such as feeding, diapering and bathing your baby, as well as the physical appearance of newborns and practical tips for parents. Date: Jan. 22 & Feb. 19 Time: 7:00 p.m. Cost: Free teach you the "hows" and "whys" of breastfeeding. You'll learn about the anatomy and physiology of breastfeeding and how to recognize and prevent potential difficulties. The benefits of breastfeeding for mother and baby will also be discussed along with tips on breast pumps, storage of milk and breastfeeding as a working morn. This class is designed to be taken during the last two months of pregnancy. Date: Feb. 4 & Mar. 4 Time: 7:00 p.m. Cost: $1S per couple Birth Consultation A Birth Consultation gives the expectant mother a unique opportunity to meet with a registered nurse prior to her labor and delivery to develop a personalized birth plan. During this consultation, the mother will learn about different options she has concerning her medication and medical care which affords families a feeling of control in the birth process. Call Women's Resources at 742-5738 to set up an appointment. Call 742-5738 to register for any of the classes listed in this section. Please call 48 hours in dvance.