Movie Review

K.F. Bailey, Publisher Melanie Bailey, Assistant Editor P O Box 207 Lakewood, WI 54138 Phone; 715-276-6087 Email: knkids@aol.com May 8th
Rachel McAdams, Channing Tatum, Sam Neill, Scott Speedman, Jessica Lange, Kristina Pesic, Brittney Irvin Paige and Leo (Rachel McAdams and Channing Tatum) are a happy newlywed couple whose lives are changed by a car accident that puts Paige in a coma. Waking up with severe memory loss, Paige has no memory of Leo, a confusing relationship with her parents (Sam Neill and Jessica Lange), and an ex-fiancé (Scott Speedman) she may still have feelings for. Despite these complications, Leo endeavors to win her heart again and rebuild their marriage. Rated PG-13 for an accident scene, sexual content, partial nudity and some language. 104 Minutes Daniel Radcliffe, Ciaran Hinds, Janet McTeer, Shaun Dooley, Alisa Khazanova. Arthur Kipps, a widowed lawyer whose grief has put his career in jeopardy, is sent to a remote village to sort out the affairs of a recently deceased eccentric. But upon his arrival, it soon becomes clear that everyone in the town is keeping a deadly secret. Although the townspeople try to keep Kipps from learning their tragic history, he soon discovers that the house belonging to his client is haunted by the ghost of a woman who is determined to find someone and something she lost... and no one, not even the children, are safe from her vengeance. Rated PG-13 for thematic material and violence/disturbing images. 95 Minutes

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Rhinelander, WI: April 17, 2012 – Over the last two years the Chequamegon-Nicolet National Forest (CNNF), in cooperation with an interagency enforcement action, eradicated approximately 80,000 marijuana plants that were cultivated by large Drug Trafficking Organizations (DTO). These grow sites were located on the Nicolet land base (2010) and the Chequamegon land base (2011); both were first reported by hunters. The illegal activity of growing and harvesting marijuana on public lands is expected to continue. The safety of the public and employees is the top priority for the Forest Service. National Forest and other public lands are being used for these illegal operations as they are often vast, uninhabited acres the growers find have the right conditions for their illegal operations. Typically planting occurs in the spring and the plants are harvested in late summer. These DTO marijuana growers are dangerous and are known to carry firearms! The CNNF asks that visitors be aware of their surroundings and know what to do to remain safe. Knowing how to recognize grow sites is vital. Indicators of illegal marijuana grow sites include:  Isolated tents in the forest where no other recreational activity is present  Garden tools, bags of fertilizer, and large amounts of garbage Nicolet grow site showing part of the resource  Signs of cultivation/soil disturbances in unlikely areas concern with fertilizers and garbage. 1 to 2 acre cleared areas with stumps up to approximately 3 feet tall If you encounter a site, or unusual circumstances you should take these actions immediately:  Leave the area as quickly and quietly as possible  Do your best to know your location by use of landmarks or waypoints Notify local law enforcement authorities, if on National Forest you can also notify the local Ranger District Office. Authorities will continue to work together to decrease this unlawful and damaging activity. Your assistance is important to help stop marijuana growing in your National Forest.

On April 23rd, a Monday night the Second Open Lioness Fashion Show was held. What a tremendous success it was! Waubee Lake Lodge was the location for this fabulous event. One hundred forty plus women enjoyed a delicious dinner followed by the fashion show. Twelve models (and one gentlemen escort) entertained the large group wearing a wide variety of styles from elegant outfits to adorable sleepwear. Everyone agreed that they want this to be an annual event. Who knew Lakewood Ski & Sport, Picket Fences/Northern Perks, Frame of Mind Boutique, and The Little Shoppe on the Hill had such a marvelous array of women’s clothing. These shops provided the forty-nine different outfits worn by local women who did the modeling. With the price of gas there’s no need to travel just check out these shops! Shopping local will be a lot easier for area women’s clothing with all the new, wonderful fashions available at these shops. Additional photos on pgs 5, 6, and 11

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From the Editor-news and notes
The McCaslin Lioness annual fashion show was a huge success. Friends and neighbors came to enjoy the new clothing designs of the summer season and to enjoy a wonderful meal served at Waubee Lake Lodge. It was nice to see a lot of familiar faces. Winter was over or so we all thought but Mother Nature knew it wasn’t. She dropped a few inches of snow in the area and on the east coast. The news world lost one of our greatest newsman, Mike Wallace. He interviewed many of the Presidents and Heads of State. He covered some of the historic times of our history. He will be missed. There are so many things that are planned for the month of May. St John’s Lutheran Church will be confirming this years confirmation students. The Suring Historical Society is hosting an antique/collectible appraisal as is the Oconto County Historical Society. The Super Valu Volunteer Brat Shack is open for the season. (see pg 5) Rainbow House: Toiletries are needed for men, women, children and infants who find shelter at the Rainbow House Shelter. Please drop your donation at Tantalizing Tanning, Pour Haus or at Timberline Breakfast Restaurant. This is one way we can help them to feel better. Get Well Wishes to all of our friends and neighbors. UPCOMING EVENTS; See page 19 for all of the monthly events scheduled. The weather– It is now SPRING in the northwoods but someone better tell Mother Nature. Lately our weather has been cooler at night and a tad warmer during the day, high 50’s. Birthday Wishes to all of our friends and neighbors; Brian Bailey, Sue Ostrowski, Jenny Decker-Bailey, Samantha Jade Bresnyan, Sue Eichinger, and if I don’t put this one in I’ll be in a lot of trouble (g) Melanie Bailey, my daughter! Happy Birthday kid! A special birthday to remember, my late daughter Cassie. Gas prices have gone up actually but not as much as they were a year ago. They’ve gone from $4 plus down to $3.98 and a penny or two of more or less. To find out where the best price for gas is locally and regionally, go to www.Gasbuddy.com Go to our website and just click to read at www.scribed.com in newspapers and publications for updated news and photo’s. And, be sure to stop by our page on Facebook. The Timber News. Join in or start a new discussion.
OCONTO COUNTY For details see: http://www.ocontocounty.org/ Tuesday, 1 May ATV Trails Open Summer Long Poker Run 5/1/12 - 9/29/12 Horse Trails Open Friday, May 4 to 6th - Speckled Band – Oconto; 4 – 6 pm May 2012 DescriptionSpeckled Band by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle. Join us for this chilling thriller as Sherlock Holmes and Dr. Watson become involved in the mysterious death of young Julia Stoner. Did she die of fright, as her sister Helen believes, or something more unsavory? Was her half-mad step-father to blame, the dangerous gypsy living on the grounds, or the sinister housekeeper with the criminal past? Spend an exciting evening with us and find out! Information (920) 834-4353. www.machickaneeplayers.org or visit BayShore Books LLC 302 Co Saturday, 5 May Girl Scout Walk Run – Oconto The Oconto Girl Scouts are hosting a 5K FUN Run/Walk on May 5th, at 9 a.m. at Sharp Park. For more information call 920-371-6039 Opening day of fishing Spring Opener Fish-O-Ree – Mountain Saturday, 5 May 2012 Spring Opener Fish-O-Ree Noon - 4:00 P.M. Live Trout Pond for kids up to age 12. Catch your Trout 2 for $1.00. Live music, raffles, refreshments, food and Bouncies for the kids. For more info call Karen at (715) 276-6248. At the Bill Lazansky Town of Mountain Community Center in the pavilion. Thursday, 17 May 6:30 Hearing Seminar and Dinner – CMH Thu, 17 May, 6:30 – 7:30 CMH Senior Specials Dinner Seminar with the Hearing Studio of Northern Lights Clinic. 4:30 P.M. at Community Memorial Hospital, Oconto Falls. Registration required (920) 846-2813. Friday, 18 May Mother/Daughter Banquet – Gillett Mother/Daughter Banquet to be held at Hillside Assembly of God Church 6:30 P.M.Contact (920) 855-2962. Saturday, 19 May Booyah Bash – Suring 11:30 – 12:30 American Legion Hall Suring Park Time: 1130 til ? Burgers, Brats, Dogs, Potato Salad, Lemon Aid, and Chicken Booyah. Bring your own beverage if you don’t want lemon aid. Please feel free to bring a dish to pass. Directions: Hwy 32 to Suring, right at Village Hall. To the park, Legion Hall located behind Baseball Diamond. Brought to you by The Breed Ditch Bangers, Snowmobile and ATV ma’lukes. May 25th-to28th Memorial Weekend Celebration - Oconto Falls OCONTO FALLS Oconto Falls Memorial Weekend Celebration Softball & volleyball tournaments. Carnival, fireworks, parade, car & truck show, ping pong drop, food, refreshments, and truck pulls. Located at Memorial Field. Contact Mike at (920) 846-3850. Saturday, 26 May Crooked Lake Fire Department Auction 11:00 – 12:00 Auction Sponsored by the Crooked Lake Fire Dept. at Sportsman’s Club in Crooked Lake. 11:00 A.M. view items, Noon auction. Contact Wally Remic (715) 276-7777. Sunday, 27 May McCaslin Lioness Club Faire 13th Annual – Lakewood 10:00 A.M. to 3:00 P.M. at Lakewood Festival Grounds. Great food, beverages, pies, book sale, silent auction, spin-the-wheel, children’s games, including a bouncer, and a variety of crafters. Lot’s of family fun to kick-off the summer in the Northwoods. Contact Linda Ziegler at (715) 850-2210 or ziggss@granitewave.com.

The Suring Area Historical Society and Friends of the Library proudly presents; What’s It Worth? An Antiques and Collectibles Appraisal event featuring author and antiques expert, Mark F. Moran of Iola, on May 20th at the Mt. Olive Lutheran church at 208 N. Burk St., Suring, WI. Brunch will be served from 11:30 to1:00 with a $5.00 fee. Antique appraising is from 1L39 to 4:00 with a $15 per item fee. Spectators for the event are $3 at the door. A portion of each fee will benefit the two groups. Formerly senior editor of Antiques and Collectibles Books for Krause Publication in Iola, he has also been a contributing editor

for Antique Trader magazine. He has served as editor of Antique Review East magazine as producer of Atlantique City, an antique show held in Atlantic City, NJ, and as editorial director of f-W Media’s Antiques Group. He is the author or co-author of more than 25 books on antiques and collectibles including thee editions of the 800 page annual Warman’s Antiques and Collectibles. Moran bought and sold antiques for more than 30 years, specializing in vintage folk art, Americana and the art. He has been an appraiser of antiques and fine art for more than 20 years. Registration is required. Call 920-842-2442 for more information. Mark may also be found at his Facebook page, Mark F. Moran Appraisals of Antiques & Fine Art. He will also be available on May 19th at the Oconto County Historical Society at 1 p.m. For details, contact the historical society. http://www.ocontoctyhistsoc.org/

Memorial Day Parade – Mountain -Sun, 27 May, 12:00 – 3:00 Starts at Noon, coming from Cty W West to Hwy 32, down 32 to Sparkys Lane. Lots of fun, live music by "Nite Shift", refreshments and raffles. Call Sarge at (715) 276-9957 for more info or to enter into the parade. Located next to Schoolhouse Bar in the pavilion. Friday, 1 June Beyer Historic Home and Museum – Oconto Beyer Historic Home and Museum - Tour the fully restored and furnished Victorian Mansion. Adjacent annex, urban barn and log cabin contain Copper Culture artifacts, early settler and logging items, carriages and electric cars. www.ocontoctyhistsoc.org Call for times (920) 834-6206.

Several Special Programs to be held at NARA: Highlight National Archives Records in Washington, DC. For details go to http://www.archives.gov/ **Lakewood Area Chamber of Commerce: See http://lakewoodareachamber.com/index.shtml (see Events above) **Forest County: http://www.forestcountywi.com/ **Langlade County: langladecounty.org/Tourism/CalendarOfEvents.aspx

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2nd Annual Logging Camp Restoration Charity Golf Outing
Dear Friends of the Logging Camp: I need your help. Our second annual golf outing to raise money for the logging camp restoration will be June 10. Bring your friends and come out to golf, shotgun start at 11:00 a.m. or for the 5 p.m. dinner/raffle/ drawing. Just like last year, it will be a great time for a great cause! If you can donate something for the hole prizes or a prize for the silent auction/raffle, that would be greatly appreciated. For the non-golfers like me: I will need at least 8 volunteers this year. (thanks to everyone who helped last year!) Ken Kline is assisting me and we really expanding this event. I also need salads and desserts for the dinner. You can also help by buying a ticket for our Lucky Lumberjack Drawing. One very lucky winner will take home $1000 that day! Fill out one of the attached green coupons and send it with your check to Logging Camp Museum; 16965 Nicolet Road; Townsend, WI 54175. The drawing will be held at the Golf Outing on June 10 at 5:00 p.m. And if you can sell a ticket or two, that would be wonderful! If you cannot be with us this year, you can still make a huge difference by sending a donation. Despite five years of fund-raising efforts, we need to raise $15,000 more this summer to finish the project. All donations will be greatly appreciated, and of course, all are fully tax-deductible. If you have any questions, please contact me. I would be happy to answer them. So please join us this year on June 10 and bring your friends. Whether you gather as part of a foursome or just come for the dinner and silent auction, we guarantee a fun time with great golf, food, drinks, prizes and more. To request a registration form call Kathie Marsh at 725-276-6515

Wisconsin Rural Water Association’s (WRWA) Water Conservation Poster Contest Winners Announced
Water is one of our State’s most precious resources. The Wisconsin Rural Water Association conducts its annual Water Conservation Poster Contest to assist water utilities and teachers throughout the State to educate kids on the importance of water. The votes for WRWA’s fourth annual Water Conservation Poster Contest were tallied and the winners have been determined. The contest is open to all students 1st through 6th grades throughout the State of Wisconsin. Teachers were asked to first talk about water conservation with their students and how important this resource is to Wisconsin. Teachers then submitted their top entries to WRWA. Over 430 entries from schools from all over Wisconsin were received for the contest. The finalists of each grade were posted at WRWA’s Annual Technical Conference in Green Bay, attended by water and wastewater utility operators throughout the State. Attendees were asked to vote for the best poster in each grade. First place winners in each grade will receive a $100 savings bond and their school was entered into a drawing for $500 for supplies for the school. Second place winners will receive a $50 savings bond. The money for the prizes was donated by the Society of Water Professionals. The Winners: Grade 1st Place 2nd Place 1 Abbey Gryboski Wabeno Elementary Wabeno, WI; Kassidee Linssen Wabeno Elementary Wabeno, WI 2 Ashley Crary Loganville Elementary Reedsburg, WI; Madison James Thorp Elementary Thorp, WI; 3 Sam Putzer St Jerome Parish School Oconomowoc, WI; Hannah Pittner Woodland Elementary, Appleton, WI; 4 Brooke Web Thorp Elementary Thorp, WI; Yasmin Mirhashemi St Mary’s Greenville, WI; 5 Lily Wagner Westfield Elementary Westfield, WI; Donna Johnson Cumberland Middle School Cumberland, WI; 6 Mitchell Trebe Amherst Middle School, Amherst, WI; Arelis Nieves Amherst Middle School, Amherst, WI; The six first place winner’s schools all had a chance at winning the $500 for the school. The winner was drawn at the Conference on March 29th. Amherst Middle School

was the winning school.
Congratulations to all the winners. WRWA would like to thank all the schools that participated and the Society of Water Professionals.

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The Spring Fling Dinner will be held at Lynda’s Sky Harbor on May 15, 2012 starting at 4:30 PM. Contact Joyce West at 715-276-9409 to make reservations. The first AARP brat fry of the season at the Lakewood Super Valu will be held on May 5, 2012. All persons 50 and over are invited to join the local AARP Chapter. AARP meetings are social, entertaining, and informative. Meetings are held at the Lakewood Presbyterian Church on the fourth Tuesday of each month starting at 7:00 PM. Contact Joyce West, Membership Chairman, at 715276-9409.

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National Guard and Reserve Mobilized as of April 17, 2012
This week the Army, Navy and Air Force announced a decrease in activated reservists, while the Marine Corps and Coast Guard announced an increase. The net collective result is 628 fewer reservists activated than last week. At any given time, services may activate some units and individuals while deactivating others, making it possible for these figures to either increase or decrease. The total number currently on active duty from the Army National Guard and Army Reserve is 51,056; Navy Reserve, 4,586; Air National Guard and Air Force Reserve, 10,146; Marine Corps Reserve, 4,731, and the Coast Guard Reserve, 834. This brings the total National Guard and Reserve personnel who have been activated to 71,353, including both units and individual augmentees.

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Oconto County Genealogical Society Secretary, Sharie Merline recently donated 7 Volumes of Civil War Soldiers Names, Residence, Enlistment Date, Side Served, State served & service record. The Areas covered are Oconto County as it was in the Civil war in 1860. This area was much larger then. It includes the areas of Forest, Harmony, Pensaukee, Marinette, Oconto, Stiles, Chase & Suamico. If you are searching for your ancestors, Oconto Co. Genealogical Soc. would be happy to help you and we can check the volumes in our research room to see if your ancestor is listed. http://www.wiocgs.org/

The St. John Lutheran Church, Townsend held their Ladies Spring Community Tea on March 28, 2012. Entertainment was provided by Merlynne Lavigne, pianist and Nancy Jo Gardner soloist. A beautiful fountain, birds and spring flowers set the mood for a lovely evening. Hostess: Lorry Runge/Bluebird, Jill Marshall/Bluejay, Sue Eichinger/Sparrow, Lisa Diamond/Woodpecker, Deb

With a grant from the Mead Witter Foundation of Wisconsin, the Wabeno Public Library is pleased to be augmenting holdings with attention and focus on the Wisconsin and Great Lakes region. We will continue to be purchasing in our popular adult fiction, dvd’s, and ereader fiction. Enhancing our large-print selection with purchased titles will also be made possible by the grant. We welcome requests for purchase as well as for inter-library loan selection. The Mead Witter Grant has also enabled us to purchase new computer task chairs for patrons, children’s chairs for the summer program, a cart for display and moving of books, and a few other touches to the library. These purchases would not have been possible without the generous support of this foundation. Fiction: Dead Deceiver, Victoria Houston (Wisconsin author); D.C. Dead, Stuart Woods; Secrets of the Lost Summer, Carla Neggers; Presumed Guilty, Tess Gerritsen; Cinnnamon Roll Murder, Joann Fluke; Guilty Wives, James Patterson; Celebrity in Death, J.D. Robb; Stay Close, Harlan Coben; A Texan’s Honor, Shelley Gray; An Amish Family Reunion, Mary Ellis; Reservation Blues, Sherman Alexie. Adult Non-Fiction: Gabby, Gabrielle Gifford and Mark Kelley; Kindle Fire for Dummies, Nancy Muir; Roadside Geology of Wisconsin, Robert Dott and John Attig; The Upper Country: French Enterprise in the Colonial Great Lakes, Clairborne A Skinner; Shipwrecks, Monsters, and Mysteries of the Great Lakes, Ed Butts; Lake Michigan Rock Pickers’ Guide, Bruce Mueller and Kevin Gauthier; The Great Lakes: The Natural History of a Changing Region, Wayne Grady; Agate of Lake Superior, Bob Lynch. Reference: American Medical Association Medical Guide; Famous First Facts About the Presidents; Famous First Facts About the Environment; Famous First Facts About American Politics. Children’s Fiction: We have purchased twenty of the short chapter books in the Magic Tree House Series by Scholastic Press; Grandmother’s Pigeon, Louise Erdrich. Young Adult Fiction: Wolfsbane, Nightshade, and Bloodrose, all by Andrea Cremer; In Zanesville, Jo Ann Beard; War Horse, Michael Morpurgo Young Adult Non-Fiction: The Birchbark Brigade: A Fur Trade History, Cris Peterson; Teen Faq’s on Bullying; World War I; World War II; Korean War; Vietnam War; War on Terror

Markusen/Lovebird, Lois Radloft/Assorted birds,Colleen Cumber/Chickadee, Doreen DeWilde/Gold Finch, and Cathy Lundgren/Hummingbird. All of the guests were escorted by the young ladies of the St John Youth Group.

The Ladies Aid of St. John Lutheran Church in Townsend is holding their Annual Spring Bazaar on May 21, 2011 from 9 AM to 2 PM. Enjoy free coffee while browsing thru great “white elephants and let the aroma of fresh bakery entice you to the delicious assortment of yummy cakes, breads, pies and all sort of good things. All proceeds go to support our community and missions, locally and nationally.

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“My Journey” By Bonnie Vrchota
Smelly Hair Syndrome
Whenever I’m in the store, it’s inevitable someone will walk past me and whew, I can smell their hair. Time to wash your hair? Maybe, for some. However, I recently learned that washing your hair may not help for some. There is a condition called Smelly Hair Syndrome, and for some people this has a negative impact on their social, personal, school and work lives. Anyone can get it at any time, too. There is a sebaceous glad that produces an oil. The odor is so strong that other people notice it. Some medicated shampoos have been suggested, like Nizoral, Selsun Blue, & Neutrogena T/Gel. However, the best treatments so far are antibacterial agents like Triclosan (used in the Dial body wash). This helps prevent bacteria from growing, while the sulfur reduces scalp oiliness. Even if you don’t have this problem, if you feel some itchiness on your scalp, or have problem smelly or oily areas, try using Dial Antibacterial Body Wash in Lavender for those troubled spots. Then rinse, shampoo and condition like usual. No one wants to think they smell bad. But, this is really worth a try.

Quests and members of the McCaslin Lioness Fashion Show were shown the history of the Lioness and the projects members have participated in throughout their communities.

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A Word or Two From Dr. Adam
Sciatica
Sciatica describes persistent pain felt along the sciatic nerve, which runs from the lower back, down through the buttock, and into the lower leg. The sciatic nerve is the longest and widest nerve in the body, running from the lower back through the buttocks and down the back of each leg. It controls the muscles of the lower leg and provides sensation to the thighs, legs, and the soles of the feet. Although sciatica is a relatively common form of low-back and leg pain, the true meaning of the term is often misunderstood. Sciatica is actually a set of symptoms—not a diagnosis for what is irritating the nerve root and causing the pain. What are the symptoms of sciatica? The most common symptom associated with sciatica is pain that radiates along the path of the sciatic nerve, from the lower back and down one leg; however, symptoms can vary widely depending on where the sciatic nerve is affected. Some may experience a mild tingling, a dull ache, or even a burning sensation, typically on one side of the body. What are my treatment options? For most people, sciatica responds very well to conservative care, including chiropractic. Keeping in mind that sciatica is a symptom and not a stand-alone medical condition, treatment plans will often vary depending on the underlying cause of the problem An Ounce of Prevention Is Worth a Pound of Cure While it’s not always possible to prevent sciatica, consider these suggestions to help protect your back and improve your spinal health. • Maintain a healthy diet and weight • Exercise regularly • Maintain proper posture • Avoid prolonged inactivity or bed rest • If you smoke, seek help to quit •Use good body mechanics when lifting

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New at the Lakes Country Public Library
The Pine Needle Quilter's met on April 16 with 33 members present and 1 guest. The meeting was called to order and minutes read. After Show n' Tell, Maggie Blair gave an interesting demo on a 3 pocket purse. KNITTING NIGHT AT LAKEWOOD LIBRARY Knitters of all skill levels are invited to Knitting Night at the Lakes Country Public Library in Lakewood. Experienced knitters can bring their projects to work on; beginners bring yarn and knitting needles and learn this exciting craft. Knitting Nights are the first and second Wednesday of each month, from 6:00 PM to 7:45 PM at the library. If you have questions, please call the library at 715-276-9020. Friends of the Library Book & Video Sale Memorial Day Weekend- Friday May 25- 2:00-8:00 pm, Saturday, May 26- 9:00 am - 2:00 pm Book Discussion Group The book club meets the first Thursday of the month at 11:00 at the library. The group is always looking for new members. May 3- "Not Without My Daughter" by Betty Mahmoody June 7- "Tender is the Night" by F. Scott Fitzgerald New Books Into the Darkness - V.C. Andrews Aunt Dimity and the Village Witch - Nancy Atherton The Gilly Salt Sisters - Tiffany Baker The Innocent - David Baldacci Kaleidoscope - Gail Bowen Letter from a Stranger, Barbara Taylor Bradford The Big Cat Nap - Rita Mae Brown Mystery Writers of America Presents Vengeance - Lee Child Gypped - Carol Higgins Clark The Lost Years - Mary Higgins Clark How to Eat a Cupcake - Meg Donohue The Unseen - Heather Graham Gossip - Beth Gutcheon Death Comes Silently - Carolyn Hart Highland Avenger - Hannah Howell The Flatey Enigma - Viktor Ingolfsson Afraid to Die - Lisa Jackson What Doesn't Kill You - Iris Johansen The Wind through the Keyhole - Stephen King A Natural Woman - Carole King Beastly Things - Donna Leon Barefoot Season - Susan Mallery Capitol Murder - Phillip Margolin Last Will - Liza Marklund The Limpopo Academy of Private Detection - Alex McCall Smith Sacre Bleu - Christopher Moore The Expate - Chris Pavone Dorchester Terrace - Anne Perry The Cove - Ron Rash The Witness - Nora Roberts The Lifeboat - Charlotte Rogan Stolen Prey - John Sandford Come Home - Lisa Scottoline Angel of the Dark - Sidney Sheldon After Camelot - J. Randy Taraborrelli Playing with Books - Jason Thompson The Beginner's Goodbye - Anne Tyler Harbor Nocturne - Joseph Wambaugh Elegy for Eddie - Jacqueline Winspear New Large Print Books Vigilante - Stephen Cannell Down the Darkest Road - Tami Hoag Home Front - Kristin Hannah Lone Wolf - Jodi Picoult The Summer Garden - Sherryl Woods The Fear Index - Robert Harris The Jaguar - T. Jefferson Parker Blue Moon Bay - Lisa Wingate The Wedding Kiss - Hannah Alexander Tickets for raffle quilt and handouts are available for our Oct 6, quilt show at Suring High School. Early entries are due in August. Members were reminded that baskets are needed for bucket raffle. May sewing session is May 7. The last installment of the Mystery Quilt was handed out. We have already seen some finished products. So far we have 50 soldier quilts completed. Walkers are still needed if we want to march in the Mountain Memorial Day parade. Backing for soldier quilts is still available. We meet at 7 p.m. the third Monday of the month for our regular meeting at Breed town Hall and Community Center. Sewing sessions are at 1:30 p.m. the first Monday of each month. New members are welcome.

Paducah Expo Center 415 Park Avenue Paducah, KY 42001 April 25-28, 2012 Show Hours: Wednesday through Friday, April 25 – 27, 9:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. Saturday, April 28, 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.

Monday, Tuesday and Thursday Wednesday and Friday Saturday

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Sunday

9 a.m. to 5 p.m. 2 p.m. to 8 p.m. 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Closed

P O Box 220 Lakewood, WI 54138 Ph: 715-276-9020 Fax: 715-276-7151

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THIRD QUARTER HONOR ROLL 2011-2012 The Wabeno Area Elementary School Honor Roll is now determined by the same standards that the high school follows, separating highest honors, high honors and honors. Also students who have F’s on their report cards are not included in the honor roll. Please extend congratulations to our students who are recognized on the honor roll for the third quarter of the year. HIGHEST HONORS (4.0 Grade Point Average) 6th Grade-Emma Barfknecht and Hannah Christianson; 5th Grade-Robert Brauer, Jacob Christianson Jr.,Rhiannon Hooper, Madelyn Korbas and Aidan Lowery; 3rd Grade-Clayton Janesch, Matthew Seeber and Evan Thomas. HIGH HONORS (3.50 through 3.99 Grade Point Average) 6th Grade-Kassidy Ashbeck, Courtney Brooks, Caitlin Cassidy, Margaret Chickey, Ellena Donaldson, Tyler Harris, McKenzy Mischo and Hailee Powers. 5th Grade-Michael Austin, Connor Brunette, Hunter Exferd, Adam Gill, Ava Holdener, Trina Leonard, Benjamin Richling, Lindsey Schuhart and Grace Warrner. 4th Grade-Skylar Anwash, Kelly Boor, Forest Burki, Jordyn Calhoun, Alexis Childress, Riley Godin, Brandon Hansen, Brandon Jameson, Lauren McKenna, Connor Monnot, Jesse Pakulski, Sydney Rabe, Logan Riebe, Cassidy Tucker-Webb and Jaliyah Warrack. 3rd Grade-Emily Christianson, Thomas Gryboski, Emma Harris, Kylie Higgins, Brylee Joachim, Conor Lowery, Penelope Peters, Jacob Schmidt, Jackson Smith, Michael Stamper, Trista Weiss and Michael Wynkoop. HONORS (3.00 through 3.49 Grade Point Average) 6th Grade-Jordan Burki, Brenden Dorner, Hannah Eernisse, Evan Eggert, Dylan Houts, Lyssabeth Kaster, Michael Kerscher, William Rabe, Max Skenandore and Trevor Tallier. 5th Grade-Nathan Beyer, Logan Carter, Kalynn Fernandez, Gabrielle Fuentes, Stephanie Haring, Ryann Mason, Derek Moravec, Thomas Quinn, Jennifer Shopodock, Joshua Stefanski, Ahbram Ventura-Bishop and Day Breanne Winkler. 4th Grade-Brianna Balfantz, Dalilha Bulmer, Shanna Flannery, Waleli Frank, Ethan Higgins, Johnny Hill, Star LaBarge, Morgan Mattern, Logan Porter-Thompson, Jade Schmidt and Madison Soman. 3rd Grade-Raelee Anderson, Alexzandra Kaster, Kiara Moravec, Grace Novak, Monique Shepard, Saidee Soman and Autumn Stoffregen.

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Our Friends at Church
St. John Lutheran Church, Townsend Services are held: Service times Sat. 5:30 p.m. and Sunday 9:00 a.m.. The Christian Food Pantry is always in need of food and/or cash donations. Right now we are short on canned meats like stew or lunch meat, canned spaghetti, varieties of soups, canned fruit like fruit cocktail and pineapple, peas, carrots, potato flakes, pasta noodles, macaroni, and rice. Please bring these offerings and place them in the shopping cart in the church entryway. Thank you. First Presbyterian Church, Lakewood, Wabeno & Laona Forest Larger Parish office-715-473-3603 St. Mary’s of the Lake Catholic Church Students who wish to participate in the Youth Group, call for details. 276-7364. Upper Room Family Church, Service Time: 6:00PM Sunday, 715-276-3255; Pastor: Wm. Shane Wheeler Temporarily meeting at the Lakewood Presbyterian Church Hwy 32 in Lakewood; Children’s Sunday School and Adult Bible Studies Wabeno Elementary Students and Lakewood Super Valu Go Green Winners! Paige Peterson and Myla Volk were the April winners of the Lakewood Super Valu “I got caught going green” tshirts. The students where caught doing a "green" deed, picking up trash on the playground, during the month of March. Thanks for helping the Earth girls!! Way to Step it Up!! The Wabeno Elementary Students have been stepping it up this year. The students have been working on respecting one another. This weeks winner was Mrs. Palubicki's 2nd grade class. The students have been working on how to work together.

Saturday Masses-Silver Cliff 5:30 p.m.; Lakewood 4 p.m. Sunday Masses-Lakewood 9:00; Crooked Lake 7:30 a.m. Weekday Masses-Tuesday thru Friday Lakewood 8:30 a.m. Parish Picnic August 2012 Rev. Jason Blahnik, Pastor

Laona---Sun.56:00 p.m. Lakewood ---Sunday 8:00 a.m. Wabeno---Sunday 10:00 a.m. Church School During Service Lakewood & Wabeno & Laona Parish Office-4347 N. Branch St., Wabeno 715-473-3603 Lakewood 1552 Hwy 32 Pastors Dennis & Wendy Mannering

Service Times

St. Ambrose Catholic Church-Wabeno Saturday—4 p.m. Sunday—10:30 a.m. St. Mary’s of the Lake 15232 Cty. Rd F Lakewood, WI 54138

Stephen Mueller, Pastor Scott P. Wycherley, Music Director Services are Saturdays 5:30 pm and Sundays 9 am Bible Classes: Wed. Breakfast 7am, Thur. 10 am, Men's Class Thur. 7 pm Memorial Day to Labor Day Saturday 5:30 p.m. Sunday 10 a.m. Call for details: 715-276-7214

Website: www.stjohn-townsend.org

Mr. Chrisman's 3rd graders really Stepped It UP! They have been working on their being kind to others. They won the traveling trophy for stepping it up this week, April 17, 2012. Way to go!

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