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18
Aug
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Annual Pshigoda reunion held

The 57th annual reunion of the William and Florentina Pshigoda families was held Aug. 2-4 at the Waka Christian Center.

On Friday, 35 attended, with several staying overnight.

On Saturday, 86 family members were present. Garlan Flanagan led the dinner prayer, and a special prayer was said for Clayton and Carol Beagle on the loss of their 14 year old daughter, Cambri Lee.

 

 

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Fri
16
Aug
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Senior News

by Daryla Allred

I always had this idea that when I became a senior citizen, life would slow down. I could sit around the house watching soaps, have coffee every morning at the Smokehouse with the gang, and possibly learn a new craft.

As we begin another school year, which has really nothing to do with me at all except for cheering on the grandkids, I am totally amazed how crazy busy life can get. It hasn’t slowed down one tiny bit. I walked past the mirror the other day and waved at myself. It’s the first time I’ve seen me all week.

 

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Sun
11
Aug
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Oquins to celebrate 50th anniversary

Rick and Phillis Oquin will celebrate their 50th anniversary with a reception on Saturday, Aug. 17, from 2-4 p.m. at the Museum of the Plains.

Hosting the occasion are the couple’s children, Shiela Oquin of Sugarland and Trace Oquin of Perryton.

They were married Aug. 16, 1969 in the Edna Ellis Chapel at First Christian Church.

 

 

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Sun
11
Aug
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Auxiliary hears OGH updates

The Ochiltree General Hospital Auxiliary met Aug. 5 in the OGH conference room.

Debby Schollenbarger, president, conducted the meeting, and Carol Mc-Garraugh opened the meeting with a prayer.

Jean Pshigoda reported on the OGH gift shop. She said it has received new jewelry, greeting cards, talking stuffed animals, metal home decor, crosses, purses, shawl, house shoes and many gifts for newborns. Some snacks have also been added. The gift shop has returned to its regular hours, 9 a.m.-12 noon and 1-4 p.m., Monday through Friday.

 

 

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Sun
04
Aug
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Preas is selected as PPW Young Careerist

The Panhandle Professional Women’s Club has named Rachel Preas as their Young Careerist of the month.

She is a self-employed cosmetologist at Razr’s Edge. Training for this includes 1,500 clock hours of classroom and hands-on training, as well as continuing education to maintain a state license.

When asked if she’d advise others to enter her profession, she said yes. “I have had many client relationships that have become close friendships.”

 

 

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Sun
04
Aug
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Jennie June Club meets on July 10

The Jennie June Club met Wednesday, July 10, at Perry Memorial Library.

Penny Clark, president, conducted the meeting. Hostesses were Clark, Renee Lee and Rita Castle.

The proposed budget for 2019-20 was approved. It included a one-time gift to the Conservatory of the Plains for the “Hank the Cowdog” production.

 

 

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Sun
28
Jul
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Davises to celebrate 50 years

Merle and Dena Davis will celebrate their 50th wedding anniversary with a celebration on Sunday, Aug. 4, from 2-4 p.m. at Victory Family Church.

They were married Aug. 1, 1969 at the United Methodist Church in Hooker, OK. They have lived in Perryton for 47 years.

Merle retired from BP after 35 years. Dena was a housewife and mother, and also worked at Perryton High School and Interstate Bank.

They have two married sons, Shawn and Kara Davis and Darrin and Jaci Davis, and four grandchildren, Jordan, Ryan, Jade and Jaxon.

The couple requests that your presence be your gift.

 

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Sun
28
Jul
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Senior News

Love is in the air at the Allred house. Our daughter, Emily has set her wedding date for Oct. 12. It’s going to be a fun, exciting, fast ‘n’ furious next couple of months planning and organizing. But don’t think for a second I will forget what’s going on around OCSCA. This place is my therapy.

Bierox day was such a hit; we are doing a repeat, only bigger and better. Friday, Aug. 2, bierox will be served, only this time we will be prepared for the extra take home requests. If you would like to pre-order, call me at 435-9909, before July 31. They will be sold for $25 per half dozen, and $50 per dozen. You can also drop a message on Facebook to order. Don’t forget the cutoff date, July 31. Ready for pick up on Aug. 2 between 12-1 p.m. at the Senior Center.

 

 

Sun
21
Jul
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Understanding and living with sciatica

The largest nerve in the human body is the sciatic nerve, which originates in the lower back and travels through the back of each leg. Injury or pressure on this nerve can lead to a type of pain known as sciatica.

Sciatica can have an adverse effect on everyday life, causing pain that can radiate from the lower back through the hips and buttocks and down the legs. People experiencing pain in these areas should consult a physician immediately, as the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons notes that between 80 and 90 percent of people diagnosed with sciatica get better over time without surgery. Many typically feel better within several weeks of beginning treatment.

 

 

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Sun
21
Jul
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Did you know?

When feeling stressed, people may want to reach for a cup of tea. Research conducted by psychologists at the City University London found that a cup of tea reduces stress, not just by drinking it, but also because of the calming effect of putting the tea kettle on. Furthermore, decaffeinated green tea also can calm a person and encourage sleep. In a 2017 study published in the journal Nutrients, participants were able to fall asleep much more easily when drinking decaffeinated green tea.

 

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