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Friday, July 20, 2007 Volume XVI, Number 24
Did Ya Know?... A Live
Changing Volunteer Training class will be held
Monday, July 30 and Tuesday, July 31 in the First
Assembly of God Church, 1605 S. Baker, Carthage
MO. Volunteer training brings: understanding of
Hospice dynamics and confidence in providing care
to hospice patients. For more info or to register
call Susan Hahne, 782-6811 or 417-592-2546.
Did Ya Know?... School
Supplies including backpacks, paper, pencils,
pens, glue stick, etc. will be accepted for the
"Tools for School" distribution program
through July 30th at the Salvation Army
headquarters, 125 E. Fairview.
Did Ya Know?... A Summer
Fun Fest will be held On Saturday, July 21st,
2007 at Life Church 2965 S. Chapel Rd., Carthage,
MO. FREE and fun for all ages! Live bands, Giant
Slide, bungee run, an inflatable obstacle course
and more. Free hot dogs, chips and soda for
everyone. Activities will be from 1 pm to 5 pm.
For additional info; Amy Davis at 417-358-6100 or
417-439-3990 or by email at email@example.com.
Charming place this old mansion
- seen the old wing?
Oh yes. I had it for lunch.
It aint sanitary to have
the house built over the hog pen that way.
Well, I dunno. We aint lost a hog in
A Chronological Record of Events as they have
Transpired in the City and County since our last Issue.
Dishonesty Did Not Pay.
The other day at Galena,
J.W. Burns, who had come in from the strip, traded a
couple of horses to a Galena man for a buggy, horse and
$5. The Galena man could only pay $1 down and Burns was
given one of the horses for security. The Galena man
learned that Burns had skipped out with the horse. He
traced him as far as Webb city, where a warrant was
procured and with Constable Oxendine came on to Carthage.
Marshal Stafford joined them and on the road leading to
McDaniels mill they overtook Burns and placed him
under arrest. He surrendered the horse, and the $4 due
him was required to pay the costs in the case. Burns
dishonesty cost him most of the boot money but he was
Miss Hilma Martin arrived
last night on the Missouri Pacific for an extended visit
with her sister, Mrs. M. Edstrom, at 925 Olive Street.
The Carthage Fair
Acres Family YMCA is hosting volleyball camp next
week. Coach Loveall and his team are leading the
camp for girls 3rd grade through 6th grade,
teaching methods used to play successful
The camp will
start on July 23rd and run until Friday, July
27th from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. daily. All campers
will receive a camp shirt. Each camper should be
dressed in athletic clothing. Online registration
may be completed for YMCA members for $40, $65
for non members. For more information or to
register visit www.fairacresymca.org or call
Saddle Club arena will be the site of a Wild West
Roundup and dinner on Saturday beginning at 5:30
p.m. for families who have completed the
parenting classes offered by the Carthage R-9
Schools and Carthage Caring Communities. The
western-themed events will include music by D.J.
Fry, stick-horse barrel racing, a horse building
competition, apple dunk and horseshoe game. R-9
Resource Officer Doug Dickey will be the
"Marshall" in a skit during the event.
The event is
hosted by Carthage Caring Communities and the
Alliance of Southwest Missouri. Carthage Caring
Communities offers parenting classes and events
bi-yearly. For more information call 358-3270.
Computer technology is movin so fast that
even the high-powered latest and greatest
"electronic brains" cant
calculate the options of or the opportunities.
For those eve tryin to keep up
with the changes the best that can be hoped for
is hangin on by the fingernails as the
information age whizzes by. There is one fact for
sure, either youre on the train or
youre sittin at the depot.
A popular president said
something to the effect that if we start now,
were gonna make some mistakes, but at least
well have time to recover. If we wait till
everthings perfect, we might not have
As most of us who have lived
with computers everday have discovered, the
only thing certain is that youre
workin on equipment that is obsolete.
This is some fact, but mostly,
Just Jake Talkin.
Oak Street Health & Herbs
By Mari An Willis
Dry underarms are a challenge
in this hot weather so why try? Perspiration is a
natural occurrence and a very necessary one. The
skin has been called the third kidney and our
underarms are obviously a very active disposal
site. We seem to be obsessed with keeping them
dry causing the usage of large amounts of
deodorants. The active ingredient in most
deodorants is aluminum chlorhydrate (or similar
compound). These clog the pores to stop the
release of fluid. As the plug disintegrates we
absorb the chemical. Since aluminum chlorhydrate
has been listed as a dangerous substance when
handling, why put it on our skin to stop a
In Dr. Julian Whitakers
Health & Healing newsletter, he explains that
there is an alternative. We call it the deodorant
stone. It contains potassium of ammonium alum
which is soluble in water, but is not toxic nor
absorbable through the skin. It acts on the
surface of the skin to kill bacteria and the
odors they produce. Dr. Whitaker states
"even though I am a firm believer in
deodorants, I have never been able to find one
that prevents day-long odor collection in my
clothes. Now I not only put on fresh smelling
shirts, but I take them off as well... I use the
rock deodorant on my feet and my kids feet
to avoid that somewhat less than pleasant
experience of taking off leather or canvas shoes
after a long day."
Another nice thing about the
stone is that with careful handling it will
usually last about a year, what a bargain! From
experience though, if you drop it on a hard
surface, it will shatter and the edges are very
sharp! They can be rounded out under water.
Art Notes from Hyde House
By Sally Armstrong, Director of artCentral
Thanks to all for making last
weekend a great opening for the new exhibition of
paintings here at the Hyde House. Several were
present for the Opening Night reception that had
never been here before, and thats always
wonderful to hear! Our visiting artist, Cathy
Martin, arrived at 6:00 pm with her husband
Charlie and another Wisconsin couple, and they
traveled all day to be with us for the evening.
That was a journey of love! We appreciate the
time they took and enjoyed meeting them,
especially the artist, who enjoyed meeting our
members and guests. Her daughter Lindsey has a
nice display of her work as well in the Member
Gallery, including a painting of the COKE mural
on the bike shop wall on Garrison St. here in
Carthage, a familiar sight. The beautiful bouquet
of sunflowers and green wheat in a galvanized
bucket, designed by Justin Thomas and THE
WILDFLOWER, set the perfect rural tone and the
tables were draped in yellow bandana tablecloths.
A nice crowd gathered to view the beautiful oil
paintings, and one man was overheard to say they
were the most beautiful use of oil paint he had
ever seen! Saturday we continued to welcome
additional visitors, and Sunday, again, people
came. This beautiful show will be open again this
weekend and all the next and following weekend
during the artCamp hours as well, so I hope if
you have not yet come by, you will soon. This
show is too good to miss!
Childrens artCamp begins
Monday morning July 23rd at 10:00 and we look
forward to the arrival of the members of the
first class, POTTERY STORY VESSELS. Students in
this class are asked to bring along a favorite
story book or story idea to use as inspiration in
the design of their vessel, which will be hand
formed from clay. These classes continue all that
week and the next, and places are still available
if your child desires to attend. Call 417 358
4404 for information.
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