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C4 - THE JOURNAL, Thursday, April 8, 2010 Seniors i~N~Ni~!$~N~ii~i~ii~i~iiii~!::~:~i ~i~/~i~:ii~i~ii~iiiiDi~:ii~i ~ " ":"~ ~ii;;. ....... Cead mile failte. Weather permitting. *** *** Langston University We so appreciate the School of Physical musicians who come Therapy will present ato play and sing for us senior health fair with on Monday evenings: & Lorraine Prouty, guitar, vocals, Ripley; Chet Smi.th, guitar, Perkins; Bob Scott, guitar, vocal, ist, Cushing; Howard & Betty Anderson, Still- water; Corky McCrosky, drums, Morrison; Car- roll McGuiness, vocal, Cushing; Murl Rhodes, vocal, Agra. Thanks information on topics for healthy aging: flexibility, strengthening, osteoporo- sis, aerobic exercises, fall prevention, exercise and special conditions. Date: April 21, 2010. Time: 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Location: Perkins Senior Center. Come join us for lunch and a chance to win door prizes. to all of you who came Clifford Creekmore, this Monday to play for "Drumright, is our emcee, us. Thanks, come again we are so appreciative, soon. We appreciate you thanks Clifford, he also all very much. performs, plays a guitar Thanks to those who so and is also a vocalist; generously bring snacks Ival Hesser, pianist, to serve also: Wanda Stillwater; Jeff Barbe- Knox, potato chips; ley, Stillwater, guitar; Robert Knox, doughnuts; Kim Thomas, guitar, Hazel Colbert, mixed Parkland; Jimmy & fruit; Florence Kilborn, Margaret Walker, guitar, cookies; Lorraine, cake, vocalists, Stillwater; Max pie; Joyce Reavis, cakes; There is music in the Jim Thorpe Park in Yale, OK every third Friday night of each month: April 16, May 21, June 18, July 22- 23-24, August 20, Sept. 17, Oct. 15. Bring your lawn chairs. Music is under the pavilion. Come and join us, 6:30 - 8:30 p.m. Musicians are wel- come. Music by KC.and Friends, 918-372-4065. CHURCH. continued from page 04 and mulch for other pants roots. To create a three sisters garden, begin working the soil in mid-spring. Select a sunny area free of stones and weeds. Traditionally, the area should be slightly round and about eight feet in diameter. Make a mound in the center that is about 12 inches high and between 18 inches to three feet across. Work in some compost and water well. Keep the area weed free until ready to plant and be sure to check to be sure it gets sun most of the day. If you want more planting areas, leave at least 5 feet between them since the squash, will sprawl. Plant the corn in late Porter, vocalist, violin, Larry Miller, sweet spring. Sow seven or guitars, and his wife, June, Glencoe; Millie & Earl Gray, vocal, guitar, Guthrie; Stella Rodgers, guitar, vocalist, Agra; BJ O'DelL vocalist, guitar, and Margaret; Leta Holzer, vocalist, Stillwa- ter; Mabel Mohs, vocal- ist, Stillwater; Charles & Florence Kilborn, guitar- isL vocalist, Guthrie; KC Our next Food/Clothing Distribution Day is Saturday, April 10th, 9:00 a.m. until noon. Mehan Union Church is located 5 miles south of Stillwater and 6 miles east on the Mehan Road or from Ripley,,2 miles north and 2 miles west on the Mehan Road. First United Methodist Church, Stillwater Join us for worship this Sunday.at Stillwater First United Methodist Church. Worship is at 8:30 and 11:10 at our 7th & Duck location and at 11:00 at our South Husband location. This Sunday St,an Warfield, senior pastor, will preach at the 8:30 and 11:10 a.m. at our 7th & Duck location: The title of his ser?non is "The Church Beyond Walls" based on text taken from John 20:19 - 31. In both the 8:30 and 11:10 a.m. worship services the Revela- tion Youth Choir will sing "Immortal. Invisible". The 8:30 a.m. worship service is broadcast live each week on StiUwater radio station KSPI-AM 780. A nursery is provided for children 5 and under during both services. Steve Roach will preach this Sunday at our South Campus. 2823 S. Husband, at 11:00 a.m. Closer Walk. a new modem service is held every Sunday morning in the Family Life Center on the comer of 7th and Duck at 10:00 a.m. This music-rich service will enlighten your spirit and energize you. This Sunday Start Warfield will preach at the Closer Walk service. The title of his sermon is "The Church Beyond Walls" based on text taken from John 20:19 - 31. This will truly be a unique Worshipping experience with Methodist traditions,in a casual atmosphere. Please join usl Grace Church Stillwater Grace Church Sfillwater (PCA) is a community of faith that emphasizes strong biblical teaching through a service that reflects the historic and modem church. Pastor Jonathan Dorst will be teaching through the Old Testament book of Genesis from Novembrr-February. We meet for worship Sundays in Westwood Elementary School, comer of Sixth and Kings (across from Warren Clinic), at 10:30 a.m. and Theology Breakfast classes, at 9:30 a.m.. Children's classes provide a safe place for kids to learn biblical truth and have fun. Grace hosts Bible studies, community groups, film nights and cultural equipping, as well as service oppommities.Our new office is at the comer of Seventh and Main. Information; 334-2188 or www.gracestillwater us. rolls; June Porter, apple crisp, cookiesi Kathleen Johnson, marshmallow crisps; Polly McCrosky, orange pineapple cake; Lela Holzer, Doritos, cookies; Betty Driscoll, bar-b-weiners; Cecelia McGaha, chocolate cake; Rose Cranon, strawberry figs, pretzels. Leroy and Eva Gibson who so generously give of their services, by working so tirelessly in the kitchen and wherever they're needed. We so appreci- ate them, thanks. You are all such an invaluable part of the Center and we're so appregiative." Thanks to each of you who serve in behalf of the Senior Center. Have you planted your garden? Think about a three sister's garden. Take a tip from the Native Americans and plant corn. beans, and squash together and whatever elge but e pe- cially those. Corn, beans, squash are the three sisters, long revered for their life sus- taining qualities. When grown together, they are among the best examples of compariion gardening - a technique that rec- ognizes plants' natural ability to attract or rel el insects and to sometimes enhance the growth of etherplants, lnterplant- ing these three vegetables was a tradition practiced by Native Americans :for hundreds of years. The cornstalks provide a trel- lis for the pole beans to climb on. The beans help fix nitrogen, especially needed by corn, in the soil. The prickly leaves of the winter squash or pumpkin repel animal pests and provide shade eight corn seeds in a circle in the center of the mound. If you place them in positions north, south, east, and west, you will be continuing a Native American tradition of paying homage to the "Four Directions." The seeds should be placed about six inches apart and placed under an inch of soil. Pat the soil down and water well. The seeds should sprout in a couple of weeks. Plant the beans once the corn is four to 10 inches high. Plant about a dozen bean seeds in a circle about six inches from the corn. Cover the seeds with about an inch of soil and pat the soil down with your hand. Be sure to use pole, not bush beans, inoculate the seeds before planting. Water well. The beans should sprout in a week or two. Plant the squash about a week after planting the bean . Sow or even winter squash or pumpkin seeds in a circle about a foot from the beans. Cover with one-quarter inch of soil and firm the ground with your hand. Water well. The squash should sprout in a week. Tend the garden. Keep your garden watered and free of weeds. As the plants grow. thin to about three or four of each. The beans should be climbing the corn as it grows. You may help them out by wrapping the bean vines around the corn stalks to get them started. You may also want to gently move the squash vines toward the center of the mound so leaves continue to provide the necessary cover. Harvest in the fall. Good Luck! This would be fun for the children. EAST SIXTH STREET CHURCH OF CHRIST 2417 East Sixth Street (Highway 51) Stillwater, Oklahoma (405) 743-2603; (405) 780-7192 prwilson@brightok.net April 11-16, 2010 With: Chris Eppler From: Orange, Texas When People Visit Ready To Defend It Will Turn Out Exactly My Faith Works Excel Still More No One Left Behind Even Death On A.Cross Come, Lord Jesus Sunday 9:30 AM Sunday i0:30 AM Sufiday 6:00 PM Monday 7:30 PM Tuesday 7:30 PM Wednesday 7:30 PM Thursday 7:30 PM Friday 7:30 PM NO NIGHTLY COLLECTIONS WILL BE TAKEN I" Living Estate of LuciUe Little Friday, April 9 4-6pm Saturday, April 10 9am-2pm 1117 Brown StiUwater LakeviewlWashington to Brown, turn west) *Watch for signs Washer~Dryer, Freezer, Refrigerator, small appliances, Dishes, Pyrex, Saladmaster pots/pans, Buffet, desk, couches/ chairs, dinette, tools, cookbooks, file cabinets, Fiesta, Fostoria, Frankoma, crocks, Rods~reels, lawn chairs, ++kitchen, household, garage items www.thetagladies.com 405.747.8798 / 405.612.2016 Last week for free tax assistance at Center The City of Stillwater Senior Activity Center will . host the AARP income tax preparers and their free tax assistance, until Thursday, April 15. Times for this assistance are; Monday through Thursday, 9:30 a.m.-12:00 p.m. This is a first come, first serve basis. You should bring with you; last year's tax return, copies of all W-2's or proof of any other income, and identification including your social security card. A foot clinic will be provided by H0meCall Healthcare on Wednesday, April 14 at 10i00 a.m. Also, the Vision Support Group will meet on Wednesday, April 14 at 2: 00 p.m. Another session of line dancing is going on at the Center every Tuesday at 5:30 p.m. until May 25. Come check it out and get signed up for a fun time! The Senior Center's hours are: Monday through Friday, 9:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Saturday, 12:30 p.m. to 4:30 p.m., and Thursday, 6:00 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. for music night. Stop by 1015 E. 12tn~or call 747-8080 for more information and make sure to pick up an April cal- endar of events. Monday, April 12 - Monday through Thurs- day of this week the free tax assistance will start at 9:30 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. Women's pool time and oil painting class also begins at 9:30 Monday morning. Another fun activity is playing games on the Wii gaming system. It is avail- able for use during the day. Exciting afternoon games consist of social bridge, canasta, dominoes, pitch. pu771e olving, and Mexi- can train dominoes. Tuesday, April 13 - Sit 'n Be Fit exercise class begins at 9:30 a.m. every Tuesday and Thursday. This is a good 45-minute. low impact exercise work- out, which will give your body a good stretching and toning. Some exercises are done while sitting and some are done while standing by a chair. Afterwards. at 10: 30 a.m. you can stay and continue your exercise while playing a variety of games on the Wii system. Tuesday afternoon activi- ties include games such as; duplicate bridge, canasta. pitch, skipbo, pool, snooker, puzzle solving, and domi- noes. A representative from Veteran's Affairs comes in on Tuesdays, from 1:00-3: 00 p.m. to help with any questions or paperwork you may have pertaining to veteran's assistance. A fun evening of line dancing begins at 5:30 p.m. Enjoy yourself while also getting a good workout. Wednesday, April 14 - Wednesdays are full of friendly, challenging activities from women's pool to the Wii interactive games. Other activities for the afternoon include; canasta, pool, dominoes, Texas Hold'em, pitch, Mexican train dominoes, puzzle solving, and a movie. The movie, "Love Happens", starring Jen- nifer Aniston and Aaron Eckhart, will be shown at 2:00 p.m. Thursday, April 15 - Get your exercise and make some new friends at the same time by attending the Sit 'n Be Fit exercise class at 9:30 a.m. Then try out the Wii Fit system at 10:30 a.m. The Wii Fit is good for your hand/eye coordination and balance. In the afternoon you can join in games of canasta, social bridge, pool, pitch, skipbo, dominoes, crib- bage, and bingo at 2:00. Check out the evening fun at the Center. Starting at 6: 00 p.m. every Thursday, music night begins with country themed tunes and singing. Come join the friendly, toe tappin', good times. Friday, April 16 Friday mornings are full of pool players and craft- ers. At 9:30 a.m., women practice their pool shoot- ing skills and crafters get crafty by bringing a craft project to work on while socializing with the group. The afternoon crowd then enjoys canasta, dominoes, pitch, Mexican train dominoes, pool and puzzle solving. Saturday, April 17 Come and spend a le;- surely Saturday afternoon at the Senior Activity Center. The Center is open Saturday afternoons from 12:30 p.m. to 4:30 p.m There is always a game of Texas Hold'era going on. along with dominoes, pool and card games. Last weeks winners for social bridge were: Oflean Hunter. is'; and June Cramer. 2"d. In another game of social bridge: Carol Outhier was first, and Jean Hemdon came in second. Duplicate bridge winning partners: Betty Abenante and Murna Raft were and Camille Johnston and Betsy Baldwin were 2"d. Texas t-Iold'em winners last week were Bud Moats and Allen Shields Also. a Texas Hold'era winner's game was played with Don Lorett succeeding as champion. A coed pool tournament was held. too. The winners of the pool tournament were: Jack Ventris, Pt, Calvert Tucker. 2"a, and Sue Ehlers. 3% We Do All Minor Repairs