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12-THE PERKINS JOURNAL, Thursday, September 27, 2001 Lt. Justin Reedy 6:56 p.m. -Written warning to Kelly Whitfield from Perkins for speeding. Officer Joseph Knight 11:46 p.m. - Issued written to Johnnie Ventris of Ripley for failure to signal, failure to pay taxes due state, failure to carry sec. ver. form. Impounded ve- hicle paper tag went out 6/2000. Officer Steve Hensley 4:29 p.m. - Cited Nickolas Wheeler of Stillwater for speed- ing. 73/55. 8:25 p.m. - Cited Shawn warning to Dennis Yorgensen of Graves of Perkins for speeding. .... Stillwater for defective equip- 40/25. ' Thursday September 20 ment. Monday. September 24 ' Officer Tom Hankins .12:47 a.m. - Issued written Officer Steve Hensley Stillwater i. ing your house in preparation for of Life's Outreach Ministry i the cable guy to come hook up since January 1997. Its primary i you TV ! b3l5 not eveB bother to ! focus is to w ork witJa ose fag- put clean gheet 0nthe bed when ing life, o lff, g problems i your grandmother comes to and to giv them the encourage- visit? You would have to have yQur priorities way out of whack taeven consider doing anything ridiculous. There are just i me things we do and some i tl ings we don't do, a logical or- i der to things. The apostle Paul ! admonishes us to "let all things done decently and in order". Corinthians 14:40) : God has given us the order in ich we are to serve him. He nts the first fruits of our live- ood, the cream of the top of ogr lives. He wants us to spend tour time and money on Him f'n'st and then use the leftover for ev- ! erything else. The thing we may need to understand is that all that !we have comes from God in the first place. Now he that lministereth see to the sower both I minister bread for your food, I and multiply your seed sown, ] land increase the fruits of your I irighteousness (2 Corinthians Ii9 O)ihat we have, our seed, are f.rpm God and if we give him the first and best part of our crop ii Ithat He will bless Us with more ! crop. While it is true that we al- I ays reap what we sow, dande- J;bns or roses, God uses a spe- ! cial math formula for those who give to Him first. The same is true with your talent and your money, God is able to make all i grace abound toward your; that ! ye, always having all sufficiency in all things, may abound to ev- ery good work (2 Cor 9:8). God wants you to have enough and then some but he need to get it through you so he can get it to you. i Restoration Fellowship is a non-denominational fellowship, We believe the Bible is the in- spired, inerrant, infaUibleWord from II Kings 6:9-17, I iof God. We have Sunday ser- Chronicles 21:9 and II vices 10:30 a.m. and 6:30 p.m. Chronicles 7:14. We are in a 'Oar Wednesday service is at 7 spiritual warfare. "Our enemy, p.m and Restoration Youth Satan, has been destroying lives imeets Friday at 7 p.m. Please ',see full schedule in the church directory each week in the iPerkins Journal. 'River of Life Church i '.by Diane Russell The River of Life Church will h Ii e hawng a special guest speaker on Sunday evening !:' iSept. 30 at 6 p.m. Carla Meeks " " " " S [i ;Martin wdl be gwmg a very pe- icial testimony of her life . " t i Carla was facing a twenty-stx ment and support vital in help- ing overcome addictions. Randall (Bear) and Frieta Boyce are facilitators for the Turning Point program and have been since the onset. The group meets every Thursday evening at 7:30 p.m. at River of Life Church lo- cated on Highway 177, approxi- mately 1.7 mile north of High- way 33, out of Perkins. Pastor Don Russell would like to invite everyone to come and hear Carla, as she share's her testimony of how her life has been transformed: Turning Point will be providing refreshments after the service. Randall and Frieta Boyce and Carla and hus- band, Gary Martin will be avail- able to answer questions at that time. Information will also be available about River of Life Turning Point Program. Mehan Union Church Pastor Larry Eslinger's mes- sage Sunday morning was taken Gamble is coming from Parker, Colorado and will be teaching "Gracious Garments." There will be a catered dinner Friday evening at 6 p,m. and the first , s ssion,.of, the ,, i 4s "Clothed in God's lqea ,enly Garments." Saturday morning at 9 a.m. there will be a continen- tal Breakfast and the second and third sessions on "Cleanse the Heart, Renew the Mind" and "Nourished with a Continuous Feast." If interested please call the Church (405) 743-2097. Next Sunday evening at 7 p.m. the singing group the Bas- tions and Doug Simpson and his Band will be performing. All are welcome. One the second Saturday of each month we give away over 20,000 pounds of food to over 300 families. If you need help with groceries or would like to come and help give out the gro- ceries come by the church be- tween 8 a.m. and 1 p.m. (next Distribution Day will be Satur- day morning, Oct. 13). We also have clothes give away in conjunction with the food distribution. Don't forget we serve a free, delicious meal on Wednesday nights. Open to the community. Mehan Church is located five miles south of Stillwater and six miles East on the Mehan road. Make planes to come out and be a part of an active, growing church where God is Good All the Time and All the Time God is Good! Taylorsville Gospel Opry The Taylorsville Gospel Opry for October will be held Thurs- day, Oct. 4, at 7 p.m. in the Taylorsville Barn. Featured groups include "Fo- cused Quartet" and "Reunion Quartet". The public is invited. There is no admission, an of- fering will be requested, and concessions will be available. Taylorsville is located at 8600 S. Prairie Road, southeast of Stillwater. For information call Daryle Evans at (405) 547-2244. ! er food is left meter Rover on- Turning Point is a Christ cen- i b,s his meal? Not likely. How tered, twelve-step program that [ll )out spending three days clean- has been an active part of River ii Cont'd from page 11 year prison sentence from drug for thousands of years. What can abuse, which would not only we do, we can pray and enlist change her life, but also, her Angels into battle. We need to .: enter on Kirk Street Friday small son's life, forever. After seek God's face! II Chronicles I "through Sunday One of the hearing about River of Life and 7:14 tells us "if my people, who I peakers is John Martin ofPenn- the Turning Point Program from are called by my name, will [i " ylvania. I have heard some of a friend, who was already at- humble themselves and pray |! tapes and his is an outstand- tending the program, Carla de- and seek my face and turn from |! ilng Bible teacher. The public is cided to turn to Turning Point their wicked ways, then will I i vited. for help. With the help of her hear from heaven and will for- lawyer, she was able to have her give eir sin and will heal their | storation Fellowship sentence suspended with a com- land.' |i !-fiyDebbie Shipman mitment of two years to Turn- We were blessed,Sunday | io -Can you imagine spending ing Point. In her testimony, when our choir sang 'At Cal- | i hturs in the kitchen preparing a come find our how God through vary." tasty, well-balanced meal and Turning Point was able to turn We are planning a Women's ! t.hen calling your dog to the table tragedy into triumph and liter- Retreat this Friday and Saturday, "fi st? Serving your family what- ally turn Carla's life around. Sept. 28 and 29. Beve Jo diabetes. It also provides informationperienced families who want more in-depth about prevention of long-term complica- information. This program may be taken tions and what to do on sick days. This anytime during pregnancy, but it is recom" class is taught by a certified diabetes mended during the last three months. educator. Date: Tues: October 2, 9, 16 -time:7:00 p.m. Date: Tues: Oct. 2, 9, 16, 23 Cost: $30 per couple Time: 9:30 - 11:30 a.m. Cost: $45 Breathing and Relaxation Note: Must preregister by calling This class is an optional fourth class in the 742-5622. childbirth preparation series. Best taken following the Childbirth Prep classes. The Ute Iflbigh Date: Wed: September 26 A moderate weight loss program using a Time: 7:00 p.m. practical approach by helping participants Cost: $5.00 per couple evaluate their food choices and learn Refrealmr for healthy cooking skills. This 4-week Families session includes nutrition counseling, a This program, taught by experienced low-impact exercise session and behav- and delivery nurses, will provide you infOl ioral counseling, mation on the most current labor and Date: Thurs: Sept. 27, Oct. 4, 11,18livery options. Time: 5:45-7:00 p.m. Date: Tues: October 16 Place: Total Rehab, 320 N. Perkins Rd. Time: 7:00 p.m. Cost: $30 due on first night Cost: $25 per couple Call: 742-5456 Sibling Class This class is recommended for siblings three years old and up. Date: Wed: October 3 Time: 7:00 p.m. Cost: Free The Ute Weigh for KIDS! This is a physician approved weight control program designed tO heli~ kidg 7=15 years of age adopt a healthier lifestyle. Classes are taught by a registered, licensed dietitian, a behavioral counselor and an exercise specialist. Date: TBA Time: 6:30- 7:30 p.m. Place:Total Rehab, 320 N. Perkins Rd. Cost: $30 due on first night Smok kNm r. ,,me This course is an in-depth positive ap- proach to breaking the smoking habit. This unique system uses stress management, education, attitudinal transformation and food management. Call: 742-5765 Date: TBA Time: TBA Cost: $70 Prostate Cancer idiacMion and Support Group Date: Third Tuesday of every month Time: 7:00 p.m. Place:Stillwater Medical Center For more info:Gary Meek (405) 624-3946 Jerry Davis (405) 377-1541 Breutfeeding A certified breastfeeding instructor will teach you the "hews" and "whys" of breastfeeding. This class is designed to taken during the last two months of preg" nancy. Date: Tues: October2 Time: 7:00 p.m. Cost: $15 per couple N'emborn Care Learn techniques to promote the healthy and safe development of your newborn. Date: Wed: October 17 Time: 7:00 p.m. Cost: Free After Baby Comes This 3-week series will address changes lk~1 that occur within your family after the birtt of your baby. Complimentary child care for siblings available. Date: Tues: November 6, 13, 20 Time: 7:00- 8:30 p.m. Place: Payne County Health Dept. Cost: Free Note: Course will be offered every other month. C,,,rd iOv, , ev, f, r" Ed, ea'/'io, Ca.oer Support Groq Regular Meetings: First and third of each month Place: Stillwater Medical Center, Conference Room "rime:.. 7:00 - 9:00 p.m. Call: 372-1775 Monday Honska American Diabetes Assoc. Payne Co. Chapter Support Group Date: TBA Time: TBA Place: TBA Adult CPR Healthoare Prodder Course In this class you will learn how to use CPFI on infants, children and adults using the standards of the American Heart Associ " tion. Participants will receive certification' Date: Sat: October 6 Time: 8:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m. Cost: $40 per person (includes book) Fee: American Heart Assoc. Card Cell: 742-5488 United OMom Assoc. Inc. UlwMe-P oe Chapter Support oup Date: Third Monday of every month -time: 7:00 p.m. Place: Even months at Stillwater Med. Ctr., odd months at St. Joseph Med. Ctr. in Ponca City Adult CPII HealthcaH e Provider RElllAINlitlG Course Date: Wed: October 10 Time: 7:30 a.m.- 9:30 a.m., 1:30 p.m.- 3:30 p.m. Cost: $15 per person; must preregister Stillwater Medical 2 a.m. - Issued written warn- broken leg. ing to Kimberly Beard of .12:46 p.m- At Freeman and Stillwater for failure to dim NW2"a.Traffic#004069, warn- lights, ing for speeding. 2:42 a.m. - Issued 3 citations bulance escort to 310 NE 5'h, 'Chief Curtis Burns 2:40 p.m. - Assisted another officer on stop at Western and 92 Vehicle failed to yield for a short distance. left of center. i 'ridav September 21 :,8:36 a.m. - At Kenworthy and warning to Deshane Harlin of .3:18 p.m. - Cited Giovanni oe,f Tecumseh for improper left turn. Young of Shawnee for reckless .... Traffic #004066, warn- ling for speeding. ,1:27 a.m. - Cited Joseph Baker driving 58/25. 1.8:40 a.m. - At Freeman and of Harrah for improper left turn. 9:21 p.m. - Cited a Melanie INW 3 Traffic #004067, warn- .1:44 a.m.- Issued written Burrow of Stillwater for driving !ing for speeding, warning to Christopher Huff of under suspension, for no insur- e. Justin Reedy Stillwater for improper left turn. ance, and for defective equip- T, p.m. - LL & Crozier. Writ- .2:24 a.m. - Verbal warning for mont. Okies took vehicle for i ten warning to Amber McCune disobeying stop sign. impoundment. A Mrs. Hale of For a more detailed explanation ,f I c aS, t3609S, l~l~9~9 'from Stillwater for speeding. aturday. September 22 Perkins took Mrs. Burrows call 742-5738 for a brochure. Officer Joseph Knight Officer Steve Hensley home. Pro-Admission Assessment 00i 1:55 a.m. - Issued written.10:40 p.m. -- Gave written Officer Tom Hankins 1500 warning to Joseph Jarvis ofwarning to Sarah McElroy of .8:19 a.m.-At Kenworthy and After reaching your 32nd week of preg- Chandler for improper left turn. Stillwater for speeding. MW traffic #005431 speed- 0S0r[!i 2:05 a.m. - Issued written Sundav, Sentember 23 ing in school zone. warning to David Littlehead of Office~Joseph Knight Tuesday Sentember 25 . t gol 4t a d'~ a ~ cushing for disobeying stop .12:15 a.m.- Cited Hugh OfficerTomHankins e, "s)gn. Nickell of Agra for disobeying 12:02 p.m. - At NW 3 and ,2:50 a.m. - Assisted EMS call stop sign, Main and Hwy 33. French, traffic #004068, warn- t6202 NE 7th on response to .12:44 a.m. - Cited Jerry for speeding. This four-session class offers instruction inDiabetes lduoaUon possible heart attack victim. Dooley of Cushing for driving 12:30 p.m. - At Ampride. Am- Th,s ,s athree p rt program taught by eg" isterednurses for first_birth families orrex..q17 the basic care and management of