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PAGE 6- The Perkins Journal, Thursday, May 13, 1993 Shop the Medicare vs. Medicaid Classifieds By RonJanzen, Security program (although it is I)isiet Manager possible to get Medicare without You ve heard of Medicare. And being on Social Security). Most you ve probably heard the term, people know it by the terms Part A Medicaid. Is there a difference? and Iart B, which refer to what are Bible Reading Guides available, by writing Builders of Faith, P.O. Box 2566, Stillwater, Oklahoma 74076. The answer is yes .... and although there also are similarities between the two programs, many people use the iwo words interchangeably and this can lead to problems. Both Medicare and Medicaid are government-sponsored health care programs and both help pay medical bills. But there aren't many other similarities after that and the eligibility rules for each are very commonly called the hospital (A) and doctor's (B) parts of Medicare. Part A is paid for by a portion of the Social Security taxes you pay while working. Part B is paid for by the monthly premiums of those who enroll. You can get Medicare if you're 65 or older, or.if you've been getting Social Security disability benefits for two years. Some people with permanent different, kidney disease Medicare is the health insurance Medicare. program that's tied into the Social also qualify for ST.qLmG MILLER 0. REA.'IESTATE & AUCTIONS Live & Frozen bait Fishing Supplies Across from Bev's Convenient Store Wellston, OK 405-356-2354 After Only Eight Months, Our Weight Control Program is Definitely Missing Something... '00e4 '.". About 1,000 Pounds!'. Heard the latest about Stillwater Medical Center's New Direction Weight Manage- ment System? It works! In only eight months, our clients have quickly and safely lost over 1,000 pounds. And, because New Direction is a complete weight management system - not a diet - they'll probably never see those excess pounds again. New Direction emphasizes LIFELONG weight control rather than just loss. Call today for you FREE n_J- orientation to learn more direction about NEW DIRECTION t,,= f= ,=  , for those with 40 or more pounds to lose or OUTLOOK for hose with less than 40 pounds to lose. We'll be happy to help get you on the road to a healthy life for the rest of you life! The Healthy Lifestyles Place 624.1260 .d_v21 Stillwater Medical Center vs. Curtis D. Ramsay, Pam M. Ramsay, judgment on account, $5,186.47. Stillwater Medical Center vs. Keith Colasaacco, Sandy Colassacco, judg. on acc't, $281.95. Stillwater Medical Center vs. Raymond E. Cantrell, judgment on account, $375.67. Stillwater Medical Center vs. Gary Swan, Yvonne Michelle Swan, Judg. on acc't, $596.43. Stillwater Medical Center vs. Jane Sue Matthes, Judd Matthee, judg. on acc't, $1,404.62. Ben Ray Welch el. Jim Wilson doing business as Jim's Truck Center, judgment on damages,S2,033.70. Jack Griflith Gas-Up, Inc., vs. Board of Revioew for the Oklahoma Employees Security Commission, Oklahoma Employees Security Commission and Kenneth P. Meyera, petition for review of decision of the Board of Review for the Okla. Emp. Sac. Comm. Nomad, Ltd. vs. Shaw'a gulf, Inc., judgment (pollution, contamination) for damages in excess of $10,000.00 - Count 1: Nuisance, Count 2: Trespass, Count 3: Negligence, Count 4: Unjust enrichment. General Motors Acceptance Corporation vs. Armond C. Marquez, petition for replevin, possession of property or $3,000.O0/reasonable value. Glenfed Mortgage Corporation vs. Melvin Roy Smith, et el, judgment on promissory note and foreclosure, $11,214.18. Divorces Granted Douglas Edwln Hansen vs. Bobble L. Cole Hansen, incompatibility. Kelly Geyle McCollough vs. Brady Lynn McCollough, incompatibility. Tammy L. Barton vs. Bobby L. Barton, incompatibility. Iftikhar Ahmad vs. Sandra Kay Ahmad, cruelty. Marrlaoe AnDIicatione Gale Gene VanWinkle, 68, Cushing, and Juanlta Mac Minney, 64, Yale. Gregory Vonn Brandon, 21, Stillwater, and Misty Michelle Campbell, 19, Stillwater. Bret Glen Bagley, 23, Stillwater, and Jo Lynn Tiger, 20, Stillwater. Cornell Aldia Cannon, 23, Stillwater, and Christie Denise Ritter, 21, Stillwater. Brett Albert Prothe, 20, Cushing, and Brenda Lynn Chrisp, 21, Cushing. COI00NI00 Church Services Chapel Services Direct Cremation .Pre-Arranging Locally owned and operated Steve and Lisa Hickey - Owners 515 South Duncan 372-1811 "C00aflnnmj CCr0000lian" Obituary TaAVIS E. ntANKLIN Services for Travis E. 64, of Wichita, Kan., of Stfllwater, were held at the Strode Chapel with Jeff Gill officiating. in Stillwater's Fairlawn under the direction of Funeral Home. A flag presentation was by I-launer-Sharp American Post No. 129. Memorials be sent to: Cessna Motorcycle Club, Toys for Project, He died in May 2, Wichita. Mr. Franklin was born in asha on Sept. 27, 1928 to LeRoy and Lois Fern Franklin. He attended Stillwater Mr. Franklin was an Army of World War II, serving Germany for three years. He reactivated in September served two years during the conflict, receiving his 1952. He married Anna M. Franklin. After his service, the couple Wichita where Mr. Franklin 15 years at Boeing and 20 Cesma as an air frame and plant mechanic. He was to retire later this year. He was a member of the Derby, Kan., the American at Andover, Kan., and was the Cessna Motorcycle Club. Mr. Franklin was Iris father and one sister, He is survived by his wife, of the home; one son, Dr. L. Franklin, Fort Smith two daughters, Luellen Andover, Kan.; and Patricia Franklin, I.,ennexa, Kan.; and mother, Lois Fern Frankli A City Vacuum & People may coma & go. yrs. you know 1012 S. place to go. Dirt Devil Pro Plue #6270 @ $98.95. 743-3332 ... ....... d about 0000E00RKINS BIBLE EVANGELISTIC TEMPLE Jerry Sparkman 547-5076 CHURCH OF CHRIST Richard Poe 547-5393 EDEN CHAPEL UNITED METHODIST Max Rudd 547-2102 FIRST .BAPTIST Larry Wilson 547-2494 FRIENDS CHAPEL Darrel Osbom 466-2582 SEVENTH DAY Don Baker 547-2861 CHRISTIAN CHURCH OF PERKINS Jeff Gill 547-2004 CHURCH OF THE FIRST BORN 547-5406 FIRST ASSEMBLY OF GOD David Raines 547-5111 FIRST UNITED METHODIST Susan Ross 547-2481 LOST CREEK UNITED METHODIST Max Rudd 547-5207 MEHAN UNION Larry Eslinger 918-372-4544 The Good News By Richard Poe, Preacher "Have no anxiety about anything, but in everything by prayers and supplication with thanksgiving let your requests be made known to God," Philippians 4:6. The congregation that meets at 1200 N. Lovers Lane believes in the power of prayer, because we believe in the God who has the power to do more that we can think or ask (Ephesians 3:20). We have seen the power of prayer demonstrated repeatedly. Kendie Hope Church is the latest in a long line. Kendie was born mid-February with a hole in her diaphram. She required immediate surgery upon birth. Later, other surgeries were also necessary. Both lungs did not fully develop and Kendie had to be placed on an emergency breathing machine that took the place of her lungs. Slowly, but surely, she was weaned to a ventilator which helped her lungs perform. Then she was more strength. Daily prayers with daily answers. This past Monday night, Kendie spent her first night at home since birth. What a great blessingl All we can say is, "thank you, God for answering our prayers." We continue to pray for this little gift and her family. Ken, Edie, Cassy, and Katie Church, and grandparents will have their hands full during the next several months. The family has to maintain as sterile an enviro as possible to help Kendie stay healthy. Katie is fortunate to have such a earing and wonderful family who love her deeply. The ladies of the congregation will have a "Nite Out" Ffidw, May 14. Bring a favorite dish and be prepared to share a faarite story. It all starts at 6 p.m. Congratulations to Cash Dial who is one of the valedictorians for the eighth- grade class at P-T Middle School! Welcome back, Risk Dobbs, to the good ole USA. weaned from the ventilator. Plans are being made for a Each day that she lived brought big celebration June 13. Thq - IIIIII I " " PAYNE COUNTY BANK 202 South Main * P.O. Box 579 Perkins. Oklahoma 74059 405/547-2436 Lobby Hours: Mon.- Irrt. 8 a.m.-3 p.m. Saturday 8 &m.-12 noon DrWe-ln Hours: Mon.-FrL 7:30 a.m.-4 p.m. Saturday 7:30 a.m.-12 noon i Mon.-Fri. 7:30-6 p.m." " - Now Open Sat. 8-5 p.m. i 1 mile E. on Hwy 33 405-547-5333 nade possibl uraae all of u attend wbrkhip ser00,ices Country Comfort Heating & Air Conditioning 122 E. Thomas 547-5046 I II, I ..2- II Perkins "Y" Livestock Auction, Inc. Sale Every Wednesday We Appreciate Your Business Jim Edwards Sale Barn * Lee CrayCraft 918-225-2737 = 405-547,2533 = 405-547-2760 congregation will observe its 10th anniversary on this date. More information will follow, and as ia all of our activities, the community is invited. Have a great week - remember to prayl First United Methodist By Susan Ross This Sunday we will be celebrat- ing the aseeion of Jesus Christ. The sermon tide will be "The Bro- ken Community." Following wor- ship, we will have our second Mis- sion Potluck of the year in fellow- ship hall. Our Mission Speaker will be Olaf Hoggard of Stillwater, who will talk about the recrPtion pro- gram he began for Native American youth. Everyone is invited to an Open House on Sunday afternoon from 2:30 to 4 to honor Eloise Thomas Parsons, who will be 97 years old this week. The open house will be held at her home. The Covenant Care Training will meet at 5 on Sunday afternoon. : The tbllowing Sunday, May 23, we will recognize our graduating seniors. They are invited to wear their caps and gowns to worship. Our Sunday School classes for all ages begin at 9 a.m. and our Sunday morning worship service begins at 10:55. Visitors are always welcome. Seventh Day Adventist By LaVerne Lynskey Our worship service began with: an invocation by Pastor Scott Baker followed by our hymn of worship "Not I, But Christ." For special music Pastor Scott requested the congregation sing "Standing on the Promises of God" which led into his raessage. Scriptures were Genesis 12- 18, Galatians 3 and 4, and Hebrews 11- 13. The closing song was "Just When I Need Him Most" and the benediction was given by Pastor Scott. Many prayers will go out this week from all churches for the flood victims in Oklahoma. May you keep courage in your time of need. God bless you and give you peace, especially those who had to leave their homes due to flood damage. We are hapw to report that Lois Burton has improved rapidly from her surgery and in fact was in church in her usual place on the Sabbath. We also welcomed Dr. and Mrs. Jack Bymtm, Mrs. Bynum returned from a stay in California. Mehan Union Messages By tarry nser Praise the Lordl Can you believe all the rain? It looks like the river is goin 8 down and the roads are op THE CHRISTIAN BOOKSTORE ; F0r All Your Gilts. Ies, Books, Muslc, Gills Church Supplies, Sunday School Curriculum Vlslt our new Children's Center. 104 South Perkins FId. Stlllwater, OK 74075 405-372-4999 For Ouaty/3enture Care CaU HARMON DENTURE CLINIC RANDY A. HARMON Ceailied Denturlst P.O. Box 842 Perkins, Oklahoma 74059 West Freeman Iowa Tribal Land (405)547-2124 forAppt. again, so maybe we will get a little relief. By the way, I-Iapw Mother's Day to all who were not able to get out Sunday. It was a very busy weed even in the rain. Saturday was Pioneer Day in Ripley, and it was a wet one. We did have a parade and most of the activities took place. All of the work and planning was very nmeh appreciated. Water fights and water guns have become a big item on Pioneer Day. The kids said God had the best water gun of all[ Saturday was also a very wet graduation for the OSU graduates. Congratulations to Machele Dooley and Chris Kirkl We celebrated Mother's Day at my mom's. It was appropriate-she fixed a big meal for all of us kids. She said it was good just to have us all together; that's the best way to celebrate Mother's Day! Monday we were out of school 'at Ripley because of the flooding, but I think things are starting to get back to normal (whatever that is). Remember to put May 23rd on your calends:  a day togo--to- 'Ihylorsvillc. We will be having our annual Western Day. We having our church services beginning at 10 a.m. Joy and Ellis will be in charge ( morning service. They are Arena of Life =Cowboy Joy sings, "Jesus Loves and her husband, Gary, Word! Make plans to be Love, Larry First Baptist Church By Wanda r=-p On Sunday, pastor preached from Mark sermon was entitled "A faith." Music was by Gale and Cavanaugh. The Joy Traveler trip to Village was postponed. The Sunday evening postponed due highwater. EADES HARDWARE & APPLIANCE 111 South Main Street PERKINS, OKLAHOMA (405)547-2477 McANALLY'S VIDEO RENTALS FREE MEMBERSHIP FRIED CHICKEN 8 PC. $5.99 CALLAHEAD 124 Main s 547-5183 THE PERKINS DRUG Steve and Kristy Willingham, owners Monday thin Friday 8:30 to 6 Sat. 8:30 to 1 246 S. Main 547-2079 Emer. Night# Perkins, Ok. 547-5069 FAMILY ITAI/P&'I 121 W. Thomas Perkins, OK