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DuBois Courier Express (Newspaper) - February 24, 1986, DuBois, Pennsylvania Lifestyles Page Sli love on the a first of year by Community theater the plot of a love on the Cusp centers around the clash Between a Man and his wife Over sports and the Zodiac. Jerry grahams fondness for sports and his wife s interest in the stars Are causing problems in their marriage. The plot is complicated by Jerry a Friend Marvin another avid sports fan. An electrician who develops a shocking interest in Jerry s wife an astrology consultant with stars in her a client of Jerry a who would like to buy the Graham Home. The Dubois Community theater group will present its first show of the new year thursday Friday and Satur Day March 6,7, and 8 at the Dubois ramada inn. A love on the a comedy in two acts will be presented in a dinner theater setting. Dinner will be served at 6 . Each evening with curtain time set for 7 30. When the show premiered in Chicago it starred Chuck con nors of Quot the Rifleman Quot Fame in the Lead role but the Dubois cast will showcase All local Talent. Bill Mcmaster will both direct and Star in the production with eve Evans in the role of his wife. Eleanor. Marvin will be played by Bob Hallstrom with Jackie Strickland As the stargazing advisor. George Kulakowski As the electrician and Judy Stern As the Prosper Tive buyer of the House. Sue Gerhart and Lynne Cebulskie Are co producers of the show. They Promise an entertaining evening of Light comedy combined with a delicious Buffet dinner selection. For further information about the production and for ticket information Call the Dubois ramada inn. 371 7070, or Contact any member of the Dubois Community theater group. Brookville opens new therapy unit Brookville area residents were Able to tour the new physical therapy department at Brookville Hospital today during an open House Celebration. Gary Clark physical therapist informed the Tours of some of the changes in physical therapy. One difference is the new therapy table. The table can be moved into a variety of positions and can be raised and lowered to allow for the patients convenience in getting on to the table and the therapists convenience of working on the patient. The old table however was Unbe Dable. If someone was Shorter then they had a hard time getting onto the table and if a therapist was tall he she would have a hard time working on a patient. Another difference is in the use of ice. In prior years ice was Only used on acute sports injuries and usually Only during the first 48 hours. Heat treatments were used 75 percent of the time while ice was used Only 25 percent. Now the reverse is True. Clark said through research and experience ice is be ing recognized As having More of feet than heat. It is now being used not Only on sports injuries but also on arthritis problems. The same switch Over is being seen in Whirlpool treatments. Whirlpools Arentt just hot water anymore now ice is being added. Other equipment displayed in eluded a Bio feedback machine an Ultra sound treatment machine a traction table High and Low voltage muscle simulators and hot packs. Clark cautioned on the use of the Ultra sound treatment machine. If it Isnit used correctly a patient could be burned very easily. He said it is an extremely intense treatment. The traction table is a new addition. This movable table includes a roller system which runs up and Down a patients spine As the table moves. The table has a heat unit for Comfort As Well As Speed control. The new table allows the therapist to work on a specific area of the spine. Clark explained that the High voltage muscle stimulator was used for muscle spasms. The system drives out the swelling and stimulates the muscle resulting in Normal circulation and relaxed Muscles. The Low voltage is not used As often anymore. It is usually used on someone with a damaged nerve. Because the nerve can take six months to a year to regrow the Muscles must be stimulated to keep them functioning during that regrowth period. As far As hot packs Are concerned he said they Are used very Little nowadays. According to Clark they Are mainly used when it is necessary to stretch tissue. Heat allows stretching while cold causes contractions. The new department is located in the Annex Section of the Hospital which can be reached through the new patient Tower. Carrier celebrates ii birthday years Happy birthday Laura / t % Brookville a Laura Carrier celebrated her 104th birthday Jan. 14. Carrier born in 1882, lives at Jefferson Manor and has done so since May 1979. A birthday Quot get together Quot was held in the yellow Wing lounge on the second floor. Many of her friends attended the Celebration. She received Flowers and a cake that was donated by Bernie s bakery. Rape Center training a victim advocates the Clearfield county rape crisis Center is still accepting applications for its second victim advocate training program. This Springs session will be held in Clearfield at the Multi service building on Leonard Street. Training sessions Are scheduled to begin april 7 and will conclude May 22. Classes will meet monday and thursday evenings from 7 until to . To qualify for certification As a victim advocate a Volunteer must Complete 40 hours of training. Victim advocates receive training in counselling rape victims their families and friends and also in hospitals and during police and court procedures in cases of rape. Volunteers Are also needed to work on Public relations finance and child awareness programs. For More information regarding the Center and its activities or for an application for the upcoming training session at Clearfield Call either 765-1160 or 637-5262. Valentines Day dinner a huge Success at Brookville Jefferson Manor Home lots to eat a food Wras seen in abundance at a recent Valentines Day dinner at Jefferson Manor. Approximately 100-150 residents and family members participated in the program. Part of the entertainment consisted of singing by Geraldine and Al Himes of Brookville and a ventriloquist act by Mary Fitzsimmons of Brookville. Members of the Jefferson Manor auxiliary became adopt engaged Tive families for the residents whose families could not attend the festivities. The program was plan Ned by the actives department which includes Carol Pifer activity supervisor Norma Hans and Harriet Simpson activity directors and Amy Costanzo. Admissions coordinator. Anna Marie Sloniger and James m. Reitz or. And mrs. Ray Shirley Sloniger of Punxsutawney re 3 announce the engagement of their daughter Anna Marie to James m. Reitz son of or. And mrs. James Ruth Reitz of Knox Dale. The Bride to be is a 1978 graduate of Indiana Wesleyan school. She is employed at Best vending service and Burger King of Punxsutawney. Reitz is a 1981 graduate of Jeff tech Reynoldsville and is employed by Best vending service in Punxsutawney. An oct. La wed Ding is being planned. February 25 Jane Mcdonald Merle Woods William Vandervort Earl Magil mrs. Sam Williams Carol Jean Dunlap Susan Brownlee Pat Renaldi mrs. John Skraba Ellen e. Snedden Laura Wilson Tom Dezanet Richard Klingensmith Tammy Lynn Nelson Harold Goldsmith Staci Coccimiglio Cory hand Raymond w. Sulkoske Vance w. Opdyke Randy Wolverton Best wishes from Cythe courier depress v Blueberry Square muffins Are pleasantly different than the generic muffin As they re baked in one pan and Cut into squares to serve. Delicious with morning Coffee memorials honoured by medical Center Fiorelli Kay Pontzer or. And mrs. Louis f. Klubert or. And mrs. Anthony s. Guido or. And mrs. Chuck polm Harry l. Burkett or. And mrs. Edgar a. Levine Orwin and Lucille Srock Wilma and Albert Guilyard. Sci equipment fund in memory of Jessica Lynne Arthurs by Ruth Harriger Greg Cindy and Gina Castiglione Lila Mae Johns or. And mrs. John Cilladi mrs. Helen Stoke oms and Arlene Johns Richard and Genevieve Duncan or. And mrs. Fred m. Arthurs Brockway inc., electronics department Alehouse aunts and uncles. Lifeline in memory of John Abra Mavich by american legion auxiliary. In memory of James bar Clay by american legion auxiliary. In memory of Sidney Bithell or. By american legion auxiliary. In memory of Richard Carr by american legion auxiliary. In memory of Merritt Edner by american legion auxiliary. In memory of Floy d hand by american legion auxiliary. In memory of Dale Lindberg by american legion auxiliary. In memory of Kenneth London by american legion auxiliary. In memory of George Nedza by or. And mrs. Edward Buckhee. In memory of John h. Sterling by american legion auxiliary. In memory of Raymond Wesneski by american legion auxiliary. In memory of Ross Wilson by american legion auxiliary. Neonatal intensive care unit in memory of George Nedza by Gladys and dutch Bailey. Hospice in memory of Jesse Everett Beach by or. And mrs. Steve Strishock. In memory of Jeannette Rogos by Florence Luther or. And mrs. Carl Gamarino or. And or. And mrs. Carl Camarino or. Betty and Steve Gula Mildred and Dick Koval. In memory of Marie Scherer by or. And mrs. Dan Paladino. In memory of Janet Walstrom by Bettie Heigel. In memory of Lois White by or. And mrs. Dan Paladino. Wake up to the Aroma of Blueberry muffins the following is a list of Dubois regional medical Center memorials from january. Memorials May be placed through Cheryl Maples at Drmic West in person or by calling 37.t3494. In order to list individual names in the tribute books a minimum donation per family is required. General memorials in memory of James bar Clay by mrs. Kathryn Elnicki or. And mrs. Thomas Ford or. And mrs. Ronald e. Spencer. In memory of Jesse Ever Ett Beach by or. And mrs. James Fusco. In memory of Edgar brass i r by or. And mrs. Michael Kolash and family mrs. Eva Seduski or. And mrs. Edward Misiewicz. In memory of Doretta Cara Mela by Mable a Brothers and Sisters. In memory of Esther Frantz by Mick ent. In memory of George Hart by Joe and Barbara Matthews Polly and Bill endress Blanche Weaver. In memory of Twila Karnes by mrs. Jane e. Price. In memory of Bruno Lepi Onka by Twila Lepionka Back Strom and Tomasik families. In memory of Kenneth London by Bill and Joyce Kaizer. In memory of Elizabeth Mancuso by mrs. Rose Rinaldi and family. In memory of sister Annette Mcdermott by Emma and Gladys. In memory of George Nedza by Frances Mocek. In memory of James Reilly by mrs. Anna Krul. In memory of Jeannette Rogos by Rogert a. Ortenzio rehab Hospital services corp. Garden state rehabilitation Hospital Craig Carpin the clone a family Ronald Rogos. In memory of Charles a. Ruffner by mrs. Rose Rinaldi and family. Hahne regional cancer Center in memory of e. Yuonne Blakeslee by Laura c. Skehan or. And mrs. Lester Logan or. And mrs. Richard Hoynoski Mick ent Ange Riccadonna Peg Varner second flood med Surg a Drmic Drmic medical staff Kathryn and Jim Henretty or. And mrs. . De Vittorio Shirley l. Fedeli mrs. Helen r. Fennell or. And mrs. Raphael j. Evins mrs. Margaret 3 eggs 2 cups All purpose unbleached or self rising flour 1 Teaspoon baking soda it Teaspoon Salt 2 cups fresh or Frozen blueberries thawed drained i Tablespoon flour heat oven to 350 degrees. Grease and flour 13 x 9-Inch pan. In Small bowl Combine All filling ingredients set aside. In Large bowl Combine Margarine sugar sour Cream Vanilla and eggs at Low Speed until blended. Lightly spoon flour into measuring cup level off. Blend in 2 cups flour baking soda and Salt at Low Speed until moistened beat 2 minutes at medium Speed. Spread half of Batter in prepared pan. Sprinkle filling mixture evenly Over Batter carefully spread with remaining Batter. In Small bowl Combine blueberries and i Tablespoon flour tossing gently to coat. Spoon Over top of Batter. Bake at 350 degrees for 40 to 50 minutes or until cake Springs Back when touched lightly in Center. Cool slightly. Sprinkle with powdered sugar if desired. Cut into squares. 15 Servings. Erma Bombeck at wit s end giving nature a a a boost for any product that promises to take 15 minutes off my life. My bathroom sink is lined with vials and bottles of mysterious for Mulas pledged to tighten up my face remove chins take away lines and eradicate wrinkles. They Are made from some of the most unlikely potions known to Man Turtle Oil roots of a Cactus. And mud from the dead sea. They All have something in com bion. They All Cost a Fortune will it forever and will bring out every allergy in my body. The hygroscopic salts that were to reduce stress and revitalize my skin cells As i soaked in the tub Otayde me sneeze for three hours. The abrasive scrub that was to remove All my dead skin and leave tee with the texture of a newborns behind made me itch like a hound dug with fleas. F the Miracle Cream that was to Arase three children an unpaid orthodontist Bill and to extra pounds from Christmas from my face made my eyes swell shut. At first i thought it was just a coincidence. Then i began to question How come i Wasny to allergic to supp Hose glasses or ointment for chapped lips but Only things that improved my looks the message was quite Clear. God does not want me to remain Young. He wants me to grow old As he has something in mind. I wish i knew what non aging sex Symbol is definitely not a possibility. I figured that out for myself. When i saw Elizabeth Taylor and Joan Collins with Eye make up i figured a Little color on my eyelids and a thin Pencil line under them be threatening. Wrong. My eyes turned red my lids swelled and i looked like i had spent the entire night drinking with the australian army. The Only thing i can figure is in a being singled out to become a Symbol of the struggles of America. Like the statue of Liberty. In my face will reflect the Hopes and dreams of the tired and oppressed. The Frontier Mother who gave birth on her lunch hour. The women who put Equality above themselves. Who toiled in the textile Mills with Norma Rae. Who fought against the evils of society with Carrie nation. Yeah that a probably it. I will be the Universal face the world will respond to. A did t i see you at Appomattox a they will say. did t you used to be Barbara Frietchie a whatever i have been Given a a a sign that is my destiny but i can to help thinking what would it Hurt to give nature a Little boost after All even the statue of Liberty gets a sanding Job every Hun dred years or so. Bits and pieces hot ideas for better baking years ago the temperature of your oven depended on the Type and amount of Wood used preventing uneven Browning or burning meant watching and turning items in the oven constantly. Today a automatic meal timers advanced temperature controls and other convenient features on modern ranges make it possible to get Quality baking results with a lot less time and Effort even better results Are possible however with the right cooking utensils. A for cakes and cookies use aluminium cake pans and cookie sheets. A using the right cookie Sheet is important allow two inches of free space on All sides of the Sheet and bake one at a time. A Glass absorbs heat and bakes faster. If you use Glass dishes for baking reduce the temperature by 25 degrees it int necessary to lower the oven temperature for casseroles meats or pies baked in Glass dishes Blueberry Square muffins sugar softened filling i Teaspoon cinnamon i cup sugar i cup Graham Cracker crumbs Batter i cup Dairy sour Cream i cup firmly packed Brown it cup Margarine or butter i Teaspoon Vanilla

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