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, Section A , I / - Oakes Times, Thursday, June 30, 2016 q hank you at the by Tibby Reas Hinderlie S aritan oc=ety Activities This Week Tuesday, July 5, we will pray This Thursday, June 30, we the Rosary at 10:30. In the af- will start the day by reading the temoon, we will have our Meth- Oakes Times at l0:30 and then odist Service at 1:30, Social have Devotions at 11:00. In the Hour at 2:00, and Bowling at afternoon we will have a bal- 2:30. loon popping activity at 1:30, Activities on Wednesday in- and then have Social Hour at clude praying the Rosary at 2:00. 10:30, 11:00 Devotions, and Friday, July 1, we will have 2:00 Social Hour.At 3:00pro we Manicures at 9:00 and Devo- will have our "Good 'OI Days" tions at 11:00. In the afternoon, Reminiscing Group. we will have Social Hour at The following Thursday, 2:00 and Bingo at 2:30! July 7, we will read the Oakes Saturday, the 2nd, we will Times at 10:30 and have Devo- have Catholic Mass at 10:00 tions with the Grace Lutheran a.m., Saturday Surprise at WELCA at 11:00. At 5:30, we 11:00, and Social Hour at 2:00. will have our monthly Special Activities Next Week Supper, which combines our Sunday, July 3, we will have Men's and Ladies' Nights. church and communion with Updates Pastor Gary Neuharth at 8:30, We had one pie pan go miss- and Social Hour at 2:00. ing after the Pie & Ice Cream Monday, the 4th, we have Social, so if you accidentlytook Read & Reflect at 10:30, fol- home a glass pie pan (perhaps lowed by Devotions at 11:00. if you bought a pie), please let We will begin selling ourweekly Tibby Reas Hinderlie know at popcorn at 1:00 in the Activities 742-3915. Room, and we will have Social Have a fantastic 4th of July! Hour at 2:00. Happy Fourth of July! We would like to say a big and enjoyed visiting with everyone 'THANK YOU' for all the donations that day. Now all we have, and will and support for Mike Shelton's hold onto, are the memories and Benefit. Thank you to all the volun- smile he left behind. teers that asked for donations and Rest in Peace, Mike. helped with everything from setting up, cooking and cleaning up after- I know this is late but the spa- wards. We could not have done it ghetti feed/benifit held Wednesday without your help. Also, thanks to showed unbelievable kindness, everyone that attended the benefit, support, and generosity from all Thankfully, Mike was able to attend who participated on my behalf, These sponsors encourage you to attend tile church of your choice. Sponsorship in the Church Directory is only $16 a month, BIA GRAIN Who's Eligible for Social Dear Savvy Senior, pend on how much money (earn- Who all is eligible for Social Se- ings that were subject to Social curity survivor benefits? My ex- Security taxes) your spouse or ex- husband died last year at the age spouse made over their lifetime, of 59, and I would like to find out if and the age in which you apply for me, or my two kids - ages 13 and survivors benefits. 16 - that we had together are eli- If you wait until your full retire- gible for anything? ment age (which is 66 for people Divorced Widow born in 1945-1956 and will gradu- Dear Divorced, ally increase to age 67 for people If your ex-husband worked and born in 1962 or later), you'll receive paid Social Security taxes, both 100 of your deceased spouses or you and your kids may very well ex-spouses benefit amount. But be eligible for survivor benefits, but if you apply between age 60 and you need to act quickly because your full retirement age, your ben- benefits are generally retroactive efit will be somewhere between only up to six months. Here's what 71.5 - 99 percent of their benefit. you should know. To find out what percentage you Under Social Security law, when can get under full retirement age a person who has worked and visit paid Social Security taxes dies, chartred.htm. certain members of that person's There is, however, one ex- family may be eligible for survivor ception. Surviving spouses and benefits including spouses, former ex-spouses that are caring for a spouses and dependents. Here's a child (or children) of the deceased breakdown of who may be eligible, worker, and they are under age 16 Widow(er)'s and divorced or disabled, are eligible to receive widow(er)'s: Surviving spouses 75 percent of the worker's benefit are eligible to collect a monthly amount at any age. survivor benefit as early as age 60 Unmarried children: Surviving (50 if disabled). Divorced surviving unmarried children under age 18, spouses are also eligible at this or up to age 19 if they're still at- same age, if you were married at tending high school, are eligible for least 10 years and did not remarry survivor benefits too. Benefits can before age 60 (50 if disabled), un- also be paid to children at any age less the marriage ends. if they were disabled before age How much you'll receive will de- 22 and remain disabled. Both bio- thank you so very much!! and everyone from the bottom of I continue to become so over- my heart. whelmed each time I think of how A special thank you to my two privileged I feel to be part of such daughters, Stacey Leigh and a wonderful community that I am Stephanie Garza...Iove you ladies! proud to call home. With that, I Thankyou all!! wish you all health and happiness. Love, Karen Roberge Once aQain, thank you to each The new rage is Pollinator Gardens to attract birds, bees and butterflies. I was able to learn about pollinators by tak- ing a master gardener class through NDSU. There is an application process with plant criteria for your garden, to be designated as a certified pol- linator garden. It is easy and fun. If interested in an appli- cation contact: Nancy Carda, Master Gardener Intern, dncar- ; / Security Survivor Benefits? logical and adoptive children are you could take a reduced survivor eligible, as well as kids born out benefit at age 60, and could switch of wedlock. Dependent stepchil- to your own retirement benefit dren and grandchildren may also based on your earnings- between qualify. Children's benefits are 75 62 and 70- if it offers a higher pay- percent of the workers benefit, ment. Dependent parents: BenefitsOr, if you're already receiving can also be paid to dependent retirement benefits on your work parent(s) who are age 62 and record, you could switch to survi- older. For parents to qualify as vors benefits if it offers a higher dependents, the deceased worker payment. You cannot, however, would have had to provide at least receive both benefits. one-half of the parent's financial You also need to know that if support, you collect a survivor benefit while But be aware that Social Secu- working, and are under full retire- rity has limits on how much a fam- ment age, your benefits may be ily can receive in monthly survivors reduced depending on your earn- benefits - usually 150 to 180 per- ings. cent of the workers benefit. For more information, visit ssa. You also need to know that in gov/survivorplan or call 800-772- addition to survivor benefits, sur- 1213. viving spouses or children are also Send your senior questions to: eligible to receive a one-time death Savvy Senior, P.O. Box 5443, Nor: benefit of $255. man, OK 73070, or visit SavvySe- Maximizing Strategies Jim Miller is a contributor Social Security also provides to the NBC Today show and author surviving spouses and ex-spouses of"The Savvy Senior" book. some nice strategies that can help boost your benefits. For example, Thank you to these purchase the bikes Hoffman Irrigation in Zastrow's Economy Oil, Inc. businesses for donations to and trophies: memory of Ashley Meyer Economy Propane LLC Hwy 1 Fuel & Service Praska's Hardware Hank NAPA Additional thank you: Dennis Roney Paul Roney I-PatRonej b k=(' ingin'g the National Anthem) Peterson Septic Service Miller's Fresh Foods (hotdogs) Shopko (donation for pop) James Valley Grain (payloader) Economy Oil (truck and trailers) Economy Propane Carlson Farms (trailer) Mertz Lumber (lathes) Simek Refrigeration (delivering cooler to Oakes) DECA (printing posters) Cily of Oakes (Lee Bredeson-delivering dumpsters to derby ring and Pat Nelson-spraying for mosquitos) Oakes Ambulance Oakes Fire Department All members that donated their time and equipment (Ken Hoelscher, Ronnie Maddock, Drew Courtney and Bob Wiek) Circle Inc. Convenience Store Carwash "The little store that treats you right'" Oakes 742-2460 Store Hours: Mon.-Sat. 7 a.m. to 9 p.m. Sun. & holidays 9 a.m. to 8 p.m. Store: 742-2174 Taking you farther 601 Main Avenue, Oakes, ND 701-742-2112 Stanon FI NANCIAL Oakes: Cell: 742-3745 710-0711 1041 Ivy. Ave. 103 S. Main St. Oakes, ND LaMoure, ND 58474 58458 ECONOMY OIL INC. 1234 N. 14th St. Oakes, ND 58474 Ph: 742-2231 or 2043 Toll Free: 800-327-1558 economy@drtel, net STOCKS BONDS CDs IRAs MUTUAL FUNDS Tammy L Bender Financial Advisor 412 Main Ave Oakes, ND 58474 701-742-3552 Member SIPC 742-2219- Oakes MORE RIGHT THAN RAIN Zack's Repair 221 4th St. S. Oakes, ND 742-2131 Oakes Church of the Nazarene Adult Sunday School: 9:30 am Sunday Worship Services: 10:45 am Wednesday Activities: 6:30 pm 1019 Ivy Ave, 0akes o (701) 742-3193 AWENDEK REALTY Peter Awender, Broker 701-742-2456 Sara Iverson, Sales Associate 701-742-3947 AwenderRealty.cora 8366 Hwy. 1, Oakes, N.D. "Trusted Accounting Professionals Since 1978" V. NELSON C PA, LTD. 516 Main Ave., Oakes, ND 58474 701-742-3375 Grace & Nazareth Lutheran Church, Oakes Pastor Austin English July 3-8:30am Nazareth Worship, 10:30am Grace Worship July 5-11am Devotions at OGSC Lutheran Church's Sunday morning worship service can be heard on your computer at or listen live on KDDR 1220 AM. First Presbyterian Church, 6th and Ivy, Oakes- Pastor Steve Olson Sunday - Worship 10am OCN-Church of the Nazarene 11th and Ivy, Oakes Pastor Kelley Lovelace, 742-3193 Fridays-7:30pm Hispanic Worship Sundays-9:30am Adult Sunday School, 10:45am Worship & Naz Kids-Children's Church (nursery provided). Tuesdays-7pm Hispanic Bible Study Check us out on the web at www. or "Like" us on Facebook! United Methodist Church, Oakes & Cogswell 742-2925, Pastor Steve Olson Sundays-Cogswell: 8:30am; Worship Service Oakes: 11:00am Sunday School; 9:30am Worship. Wednesdays-Oakes: 6:30pro; Bible study; 7:15pm CIA. School-9:30am Sts. Mary & Mark Episcopal Church, 8th & Ivy, Oakes Rev. Doyle Burkhardt,742-2213 Linda Hokana, 742-3558 Sundays - 10:30am St. Charles Borromeo Church, Oakes 742-2418, Fr. William (Bill) Gerlach July 2-10am Mass at OGSC, 5:30pm Mass at St. Charles (Reconciliation starts at 5pro) July 3-10:30am Mass (Reconciliation starts at 10am), 10am Rosary for Vocations July 5-5:30pm Mass at Hospital July 6-8:30am Mass July 7-8:30am Mass Zion Lutheran Church, Gwinner 420 1st St SE, Gwinner-Missouri Synod. 678-2401 Pastor Matthew Richard, 680-2658 Cell Sunday-9am Sunday School for adults and children, 10am Divine Service, *Communion 1st and 3rd Sundays of the month* Wednesday-9am Pastor's Bible Study, 4pro Confirmation "The Lutheran Hour" radio program heard Sundays 7:30am on KFGO 790AM, 4:30pm on KFNW 1200 Our Savior's Lutheran Church, ELCA 8630 104th Ave. SE, Oakes. 742-2696 Sunday Worship-8:30am; Sunday School- 9:30am Savo Apostolic Lutheran Church, (Stateline Road) Pastor Reino Maunu Sundays Worship Service-10:30am Communion-2nd Sunday of every month. , : St. John's Lutheran Church (LCMS), 120 S. 9th St. Oakes Rev. Jonathan Fisk Sundays-SS at 9am; High school & Adult Bible Study at 9am; Worship at 10:15am Wednesdays-Mid-Week Worship at 7pm Good Shepherd Lutheran Church, Englevale Pastor Cheri Danielson, 432-5688 July 3- 10am All Parish Worship at Zion with Potluck following July Zion St. John's Lutheran Church,Verona Pastor heri Danielson, 432-5688 3- 10am All Parish Worship at with Potluck following Southeast Baptist Church 111 N 6th St., Oakes, 742-3699, Pastor Jeff Moore Sundays-9:30am Sunday School; 10:30am Worship; 6:30pro Evening Services Wednesday Night Services-7:00pm