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April 4, 2002

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Southwestern Oklahoma State University in erford has 104 students who are currently idng on their practice teaching assignments during week period of the 2002 spring semester. Their gnments, which continue through May 3, arc a joint rt between the SWOSU School of Education and tcipating schools. Among the SWOSU students are m left): Nick Hamar, Thomas, teaching at Clinton; Kiley Tyson, Thomas, teaching at Weatherford. rster Senior Citizens News he Custer Senior citizens lat/lrs were hosted by Betty man, _\\;lane Sanders, ,ie Mosburg, and Ma" for the month of Marc}{. meaning of Jesus's Life and Resurrection. Cv Gorshings funeral was held Tuesday, March 26. He was a ve" supportive devStions were given by 32 , Jim md SOd chool. member of tile center always French and Rex. helping to make the center Peter'son. for efficient. He will be rtainment was furnished missed ean Honse, the director e center. Scholarship St. Patrick's Day was ,rated by 14 members Applications rig dinner at Joses aurant at Thomas. They being accepted "ned to the center for an dng of playing cards and Southwestern Oklahoma 'wship. The monthly busine Ling was held March 2- nine board members ent. On May 4 the lbers of the center will :." a bake sale during the ___._.-wide garage sale. Fresh nuts and coffee will be AEonS  -its lDuring the Custer City t rern!)ennial, May 25, the  reqobers of the center will port,erwing beans, combread. -uary 1 and dessert. Eve,one x college loin us and enio; the n inc#.nundredth year 92 ciration urseff#'/e,., will have dinner at the td toV'litl Grill in Hydro a SS,.7t'sday, April 18. We v,fll on arsern at the Custer Senior ens building at 5:00 p.m tax ratur April night out. es. e Easter Experiences at Weatherford Mennonite rch was attended by 2001m members of the Custer Citizens on Friday 29, The)- were re@ with the stating that it depicted the true State 17niversity's chapter of the American Associa- tion of University Profes- sors in Weatherford is ac- cepting applications for two S150 scholarships that will be given away for the 2002 fall ,semester. Dr. John Havden said applicants must be cur- rentlv enrolled at SWOSU and have at least a sopho- more classification this up- coming fall semester. Applicants must have a grade point average of 3.5 or better. For an application, con- tact Hayden at 774-7072 or stop by his office in the SWOSU Department of Social Sciences. If you think nobody cares if you're alive, try missing a cou- ple of ear payments. Earl Wilson Your future depends on many things, but mostly on you. --Frank Tyger 00pril 9th, 6-7 p.m. "One Hour Only" T-F-C High School Auditorium Cu ster City Candidate m Pioneer Telephone Board of Trustees District 4 o consideration and support! Fay "Spring Cleaning" Garage Sale set The tay Cc)lnrnunilv .gssociation will t);* sponsoring a " Spring Cleaning" Garage Sale m the Fay Community building (g}Tn) on Saturday, May :i. 2002. For rental information contact Jan Stinson (580-887- 3361) or Vicki Ice (580-887- 3353). The islands of Martha's Vine- yard derive their name from the founder's daughter, Martha Gos- nold, and the wild grapes that grew there. What is important is to keep learning, to enjoy eh',dlenge, and to tolerate ambiguity. In the end there are no certain answers. Martina Homer, President, Radcliffe College Thomas (Okla.) Tribune, April 4, 2002 Pg. 3 ',,, KEEP THE GREEN LIGHT SHINING "> [hank5 t0 MDA research the future looks brighter than ever. \\;i ;:...o,, 1-800-572"1717 ! f  /" ff, "1 pledge to PIONEER TELEPHONE continue serving in the best interests BOARD OF TRUSTEES of District 4." 00Vin 1 or 2002 CASH BACK' Get an $500 Cash Bac! Century & Reg00 ,SUVs ,CARS ,TRUCKS