Rim Review April 6, 2016

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Despite what other critics say, Andy McKinney says ‘Batman vs. Superman’ is an amazing film that is the most important film of the year so far. PAGE 4


Payson Friends of Jazz present the group Trace this Sunday at the Community Presbyterian Church. PAGE 2


Try a couple quick-fix dinners that are also good for you on those busy weeknights. PAGE 4



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PHS AGRICULTURE STUDENTS DO SOIL TESTS Students in the Payson High School agriculture education program host a program on fertilizer at 6 p.m., Wednesday, April 6 at the ag building. There will be lots of handouts and those attending can bring soil samples to be tested.

SCHOLASTIC BOOK FAIR The Rim Country Middle School has a Scholastic Book Fair scheduled through Friday, April 8 in the school’s library. The fair hours are from 7:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. and the event is open to the public. Visit RCMS website for more details: http://www. edline.net/pages/Rim_Country_Middle_School.

COMMUNITY BREAKFAST Shepherd of the Pines Lutheran Church, 507 W. Wade Lane, Payson, is hosting a community breakfast at 8 a.m., Friday, April 8. Breakfast includes scrambled eggs, biscuits and gravy, specialty sausage, hash browns, coffee and juice. There is no charge for breakfast, but free will offerings are appreciated. Please contact Pastor Steve DeSanto with any questions, 928-474-5440.

GARDEN CLASSES The Payson Community Garden hosts gardening classes at 9 a.m., Saturdays through May 7 at the Nazarene Church, 300 E. Tyler, Payson (or the garden as temperatures warm). Saturday, April 9, Glen McCombs, owner of Plant Fair Nursery, will teach a class on bugs that are good for the garden and those that are bad. A class on diseases of plants is planned April 16; one on tomatoes, growing from seeds and transplants, is set for April 23; and on May 7 the class is on summer crops. To learn more visit the Payson Community Garden website: www.paysoncommunitygardenaz.com.

2016 BUSINESS SHOWCASE The Rim Country Regional Chamber of Commerce hosts its annual Business Showcase this weekend at Sawmill Crossing. Members and participants get a sneak preview from 5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m., Friday, April 8. The event opens to the public from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., Saturday, April 9. Every booth will have an item or service of at least $25 in value for a giveaway. Guests must visit every booth and get their program stamped to be eligible for the grand prize to be given away by the chamber at the end of the showcase. Participants are also eligible for awards.

COLOR TIME TUESDAYS A new program of coloring fun started Tuesday, April 5 and continues from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. every Tuesday at Payson United Methodist Church, 414 N. Easy St. (behind Ace Hardware). Come and relieve your stress and enjoy conversation as you join in coloring your books with pens or pencils. Adults can bring their children to color as well. The program is free.

For information call Sally Harvey at 480-213-8472 or Joyce Kennedy at 928-978-1884.

to help you, and all proceeds directly support the library. The LFOP Bookstore is located to the right of the circulation desk just inside the Payson Public Library, 328 N. McLane Road. For more information visit the Library Friends of Payson website at www. libraryfriendsofpayson.org.

ANNUAL FILM FESTIVAL SET One child, one teacher, one book and one pen can change the world. In recognition that Education is a Human Right, and in support of education for girls and women everywhere, Amnesty International Payson and Zane Grey Soroptimist invite Rim Country residents and visitors to attend the Fourth Annual Human Rights film screening. This year’s moving film, “He Named Me Malala,” is an inspiring and deeply moving documentary about courage, survival and empowerment. It tells the true story of Malala Yousafzai, a Pakistani teenager who was targeted by the Taliban for advocating for girls education. Rather than be silenced, Malala emerged as a global voice for the education rights of all children. The two local service groups will host this award-winning film from 2 p.m. to 4:30 p.m., Saturday, April 16 at the Payson United Methodist Church, 414 Easy S. There is no admission charge and refreshments will be served. School supplies for Rim Country public schools and/or free will donations to support local events of Soroptimist International and Amnesty International Payson would be appreciated. The film is being shown in memory of Ed Blair, who was a champion of Human Rights, and who had asked that this film be shown at this year’s Payson Amnesty International Film Festival. For more information, call Penny at 928-9781268.

WOMEN’S WELLNESS FORUM The 18th Annual Women’s Wellness Forum is Saturday, April 23 at the Mazatzal Hotel & Casino. The cost is $15 per person and space is limited. Contact the MHA Foundation for program information and registration at 928-472-2588 or go online to www.mhafoundation.com. The focus of the program is memory health. The keynote speaker is Dr. Ed Zamrini, who will discuss recent developments in Alzheimer’s disease diagnosis and research. Dee McCaffrey, an organic analytical chemist and author of several books on weight reduction, healthy eating and cookbooks, is also on the program. Registration starts at 8 a.m. and the event concludes at 1:30 p.m.

LIFTING THE SPIRITS – HOLISTIC APPROACHES TO DEPRESSION AND ANXIETY Dale Bellisfield, RN, holistic nurse and medical herbalist presents a free program from 6 p.m. to 7:30 p.m., Wednesday, April 27 at the Payson Public Library, 328 N. McLane Rd. Learn about the many foods, supplements, herbs and lifestyle options which affect mood for the better (and worse). Understand how to make simple, healthful choices to build mental and physical health. To register, call 928-978-8348.

INDOOR RUMMAGE SALE Ponderosa Chapter #64 of the Order of the Eastern Star invites Rim Country residents and visitors to attend an Indoor Rummage Sale from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m., Friday, April 29 and Saturday, April 30 at the Sy Harrison Masonic Lodge, 200 E. Rancho Rd., Payson. Anyone wishing to donate materials for the sale or get additional information, including about dropping off or having contributions picked up, should contact Marjorie Winemiller at 928-468-0790. Eastern Star is a nonprofit organization dedicated to helping needy children, battered women, veterans, medical research and promoting education through scholarships.


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JAZZ CONCERT The Payson Friends of Jazz present the group Trace, performing jazz standards at 2 p.m., Sunday, April 10 at the Community Presbyterian Church, 800 W. Main St., Payson. Trace features John Hesterman on guitar and bass, as well as performing the vocals; Sandy Lamont, guitar and vocals; Jay Maynes on keyboards, flugel horn and vocals; and Gerry Reynolds, drums. Please RSVP to Gerry-Reynolds@hotmail.com. Organizers recommend a $5 donation, which includes refreshments. CALLING ALL CAR-CRAZY KIDS

The Rim Country Classic Auto Club is calling all car-crazy kids to build cardboard show vehicles for the 2016 Beeline Cruise-In Car Show. The group is hosting a “Build Your Dream Vehicle” contest, sponsored by Payson Concrete. There is no cost to enter. The event is open to individual children ages 5 to 12 plus vehicles made as a school class project will also be accepted. The vehicle must be made of 100 percent cardboard. The vehicle can be no smaller than 36 inches long, 24 inches wide and 18 inches high. Parents can assist only in using tools that are not safe. The child/class is responsible for having their vehicle placed in front of the large ramada at Green Valley Park no later than 8 a.m., Saturday, April 30, 2016 with a sign, 8-inches-by-10-inches, displaying their name(s) and age(s). Call J. Zezima at 928-478-6989 for information.

CELEBRATE EARTH DAY AT ‘BAT DAY’ APRIL 16 AT KARTCHNER CAVERNS Kartchner Caverns State Park will celebrate Earth Day and the return of the Myotis velifer bat colony to Kartchner Caverns State Park at “Bat Day” from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., Saturday, April 16. The day will be filled with family activities, presentations and hands-on activities. The cave will be open for tours but those should be reserved in advance. The event will include presentations in the theater by state park rangers and guest speakers including Keith Graves and Joel M. Diamond, Ph.D. and live animal displays by Forever Donkeys, Rescue and Adoption. There will also be displays by the Arizona Game & Fish Department and the U.S. Forest Service. During the summer months, the cave’s Big Room serves as a nursery for around 1,000 female cave myotis bats (scientific name Myotis velifer). Pregnant females return to Kartchner Caverns around the end of April, where they give birth to a single pup in late June. Arizona State Parks conducted several studies before development to see how the bats could be best protected. The results of the studies led Arizona State Parks to close the Big Room for tours while the bats are using it. The bat populations are monitored each summer to see that they remain stable. For more information visit AZStateParks.com/ parks/KACA. The admission cost is the $7 park entrance fee. Guided cave tours will also be available but should be reserved in advance for an additional cost. The park is located on Highway 90, nine miles south of Interstate 10 near Benson.

BEELINE CRUISE-IN AND CAR SHOW The annual Rim Country Classic Auto Club’s Beeline Cruise-in and Car Show is at Green Valley Park Saturday, April 30. See some of the most beautiful classic, vintage and antique cars from around the state and elsewhere as local collectors host this special show. The group uses the proceeds from participant entry fees to benefit local charities each year.

LIBRARY BOOKSTORE SALE During April the Library Friends of Payson Bookstore is offering a 2-for-1 special on all books in the 50-cent area. This is the time to save even more on interesting books on a wide range of topics. Bookstore stock is constantly changing, so stop by often. Bookstore volunteers are always happy

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Fort Verde State Historic Park in Camp Verde will honor veterans at its annual “History of the Soldier” event this weekend. Programs are from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., Saturday, April 9 and from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m., Sunday, April 10. The event offers visitors a living history timeline of military and civilian encampments up to the present day and will include a presentation by Marshall Trimble, official state historian, at 1 p.m., Saturday. Through living history interpretation, the park will honor the dedication, commitment and sacrifice of military men and women from around the globe in the Armed Forces of all eras. Veterans from around the state are encouraged to attend. Activities will include flag raising ceremonies and special memorial services as well as the drill calls, colors and retreat, the firing of the cannon and Gatling gun, and military tactics and demonstrations, all performed as part of the event. Don’t forget to stop by the Dutch Oven Cookshack to see demonstrations held throughout the day. For more information about the activities at Fort Verde State Historic Park call 928-567-3275 or visit AZStateParks.com/parks/FOVE. Fort Verde State Historic Park is located in downtown Camp Verde. From Payson, take S.R. 87 north up past Strawberry and then turn left onto S.R. 260 (west), turn right onto Main Street and then turn right onto Holloman Street to 125 E. Holloman St. The main entrance is two blocks on the right side. The cost is $7 per person for children and adults aged 14 and older. Youths aged 7 to 13 years of age are charged $4 per person. There is no charge for children 6 years of age or younger.

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EMPTY TOMB AND BEYOND What happens after Resurrection followed Jesus, including His relatives and Sunday? It depends what lens you look those that were healed and delivered of demons. He handpicks these women to go through. and tell the disciples that He had For the world; bellies ache risen. because of too much chocolate Jesus appears to the disciples eaten, pretty colorful dresses, in Galilee and in the upper room hats and shoes are put back in confirming that He did indeed the closet, jelly beans settle at the rise from the dead. All of them bottom of Easter baskets, taste witnessed and saw Jesus on buds are becoming weary of eatthe cross His body being bruing eggs and family memories of dinners and time together have tally beaten and then crucified. now become history. They were there when the Roman SIMONE LAKE For the disciples of Jesus, what guards came to get Him in the happened after Resurrection garden of Gethsemane after Sunday, it is a whole other picture — a prayer. They witnessed the beginning picture of redemption, holiness, joy, rec- where Judas betrayed Jesus with a kiss onciliation, love, promise fulfilled from the all the way until He yielded up His Spirit only true God who sent His only begotten on the cross. Then after He arose, He went and appeared to His loved ones; the 12 disSon to die for the sins of the world. For the Roman soldiers and other gen- ciples that He trained for three years, the tiles, search teams were established to women that followed Him and His ministry try to find the body of Jesus, yet He and His family members and friends. was nowhere to be found because He had risen from the dead. Bribes were made so JESUS APPEARED TO THOSE HE DID NOT KNOW rumors and lies would be spread. After His resurrection, Jesus appeared For the followers of Jesus today we to two men traveling to a village called clearly see the empty tomb and beyond. Emmaus seven miles from Jerusalem. After the empty tomb: Not knowing He was the risen Messiah JESUS APPEARED TO THOSE (because God had not revealed it yet), HE KNEW, HIS DISCIPLES they shared the horrific events of Jesus’ Webster’s dictionary defines appears crucifixion and were grieved in spirit and as “come out, come into sight or show up, mind until Jesus revealed Himself and they come into public view” and that is what rejoiced begging Him to come and stay an he did after he rose from the dead. Jesus evening and eat dinner with them as their first appears to the faithful women who hearts burned knowing they had seen the

Risen Lord Jesus. Jesus appeared to the Roman guards who were in charge of the outside of His tomb, in which they became very afraid. JESUS COMMISSIONS HIS DISCIPLES TO APPEAR TO OTHERS

Before his ascension, Jesus is clear in the work He commissions His followers to do. After training up the 12 disciples, He commissions them to “Go and make disciples of ALL nations baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit, teaching them to observe all the things I have commanded you ... and I am with you always, even to the end of the age.” Those who follow Jesus Christ as Lord and Savior have the task of “appearing” to others for the purpose of telling them about Jesus who was raised from the dead the only One who can redeem us from our sins and make us pure again. So those that we know and those we do not know, we are commissioned by Jesus Christ Himself to share Jesus with them so others will repent and turn and serve Jesus as Lord. Now that the tomb is empty will you reflect upon the state of your “beyond”? What does your soul look like now and beyond into eternity? Will you secure your “beyond” by believing that Jesus was raised from the dead? Will you receive Him when He appears to you through His word and this article? Believe, Repent, Receive. Then go, tell, share, that others may know about the empty tomb so that their “beyond” is

secure because of what Jesus did on the cross and through the empty tomb and His Ascension where He is currently sitting next to God the Father praying for us now! Praise be to His holy name. RESOURCES:

Matthew Chapter 28 Mark Chapter 16 Luke Chapter 24 John Chapters 20 and 21 NOTE: Firm Foundations is published every first Wednesday of the month in The Rim Review UPCOMING CLASSES:

Tuesday Bible studies — I & II Peter and Judas Morning and evening classes offered For more information go to: www.simonelake.com ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Simone Lake is a Christ follower, bride of Pastor Dr. John Lake (of Church on Randall Place), Bible teacher and a passionate pray-er. A graduate of Golden Gate Theological Seminary, Simone holds a master’s degree in theology studies and apologetics certificate from BIOLA University. She is an active member of International Women in Apologetics. Visit her on: www.deeprootsinchrist. com, www.simonelake.com, http://deeprootsinchrist.sermon.net, http://womeninapologetics.com Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn Please note, she has a new email address: simonelake3@gmail.com.


Extend the garden season with spring planted bulbs BY MELINDA MYERS GARDENING EXPERT

Keeping your garden looking its best throughout the growing season and into fall is possible with the help of low maintenance spring planted bulbs. Plant them in spring among other annuals or perennials and watch as these bulbs brighten the garden, adding new life to your late season gardens. Whether your gardens and containers are in full sun or shade you’ll enjoy the attractive foliage and pop of color that dahlias, cannas, calla lilies, caladiums and elephant ears will add to the landscape. These easy care plants reward you with loads of beauty. Just plant, water and enjoy. Quality online retailers like Longfield Gardens (longfield-gardens.com) offer the greatest variety of color, shapes and sizes as well as planting and care instructions. Grow dahlias in sunny areas with at least six hours of sunlight for the best floral display. Simply plant the tuberous roots four to six inches deep with the stem facing up after the danger of frost has passed. Use dahlias in a cutting garden or as an attractive screen along fences and property lines. Use the shorter more compact border dahlias, like “Gallery Pablo” in containers on your patio, balcony or deck where you

Photo courtesy Longfield Gardens

Calla lilies, like “Night Cap” with its black flowers and the white blooms of “Crystal Clear,” are spring planted bulbs that thrive in full sun or part shade and can be cut to create an elegant display indoors.

and the hummingbirds will enjoy their blooms. Wait until the danger of frost has passed to plant cannas in a full sun to partially shaded locations. Plant the canna rhizomes

horizontally two to three inches deep with the growing point facing up. Take advantage of their bold foliage and use cannas as a backdrop in the flower border or screen in the landscape. Use as a vertical accent in a large container or select dwarf varieties for smaller pots. Calla lilies are another spring planted bulb that thrives in full sun or part shade. The speckled foliage adds color to the garden all season long. Include these one- to two-feet-tall plants in the front or middle of the flower garden or as a vertical accent or filler in a pot. And don’t forget to cut a few flowers to enjoy indoors. The black flowers of “Night Cap” teamed with the white blooms of “Crystal Clear” create an elegant display. Like the other bulbs, wait for the danger of frost to pass before planting them outdoors. Plant the knobby rhizomes two to four inches deep with the growing point facing up. Add some color and plenty of wow factor to shaded areas with the foliage of caladiums and elephant ears. These tropical beauties thrive when soil and air temperatures are warm. Wait for the danger of frost to pass and the soil to warm, 65 to 70 degrees, before planting them in the garden.

Use caladiums to brighten containers, dress up window boxes or edge a shady pathway. The colorful leaves stand out amongst the greens of shade gardens. Team variegated varieties with complimentary colored begonias, coleus or impatiens. Include elephant ears in the garden or containers. Their large heart shaped leaves give a tropical feel to the patio, deck or pool area. Consider planting one, two or more to create an impressive welcome for guests or a bold statement in the landscape. They pair nicely with caladiums, coleus and other shade loving plants. Make this the best season yet with the help of spring flowering bulbs. You’ll enjoy the variety and late season color these easy care plants provide. 

Melinda Myers has over 30 years of gardening experience and has written over 20 gardening books, including “Small Space Gardening.” She hosts The Great Courses “How to Grow Anything: Food Gardening For Everyone” DVD set and the nationally syndicated “Melinda’s Garden Moment” TV and radio program. Myers is a columnist and contributing editor for Birds & Blooms magazine and was commissioned by Longfield Gardens for her expertise to write this article.

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This is an amazing film I might be the only reviewer on the planet that news editor Perry White with a believable vigor. liked this movie and I liked it a lot. This thing is, Diane Lane fills the role of Martha Kent, Superman’s as they used to say in the 1950s — stupendous. It adopted mom. Jeremy Irons has a much too small role as Alfred, the Wayne family butler. really is. It feels like getting thrown into Holly Hunter gets to play a powerful senaa tornado and spun around for two-and-a half-hours. tor. All these seasoned professional actors It is the loudest movie I have seen, come up to the mark. maybe ever, and the pace does not slacken But Jesse Eisenberg as Lex Luthor at all. It doesn’t slow down to develop the makes the most of his time on screen. His characters. It doesn’t slow down to explain Lex Luthor brings that character into the plot events. Like an avalanche, it just new century. His Lex is a tech-wizard, perkeeps on rolling, ignoring our conventions haps a genius and as played by Eisenberg, and even our wishes. absolutely insane. He lets his crazy out at Israeli actress Gal Gadot, late of the Andy McKinney a public gathering in a scene that makes “Fast and Furious” fabulously successful Reviewer the film for me. films, plays Wonder Woman. She just pops Co-writer Chris Terrio has a slender up in the story, totally from nowhere. She sees that resumé in Hollywood, but did pen the script for Superman and Batman have screwed things up “Argo” to excellent success. His teammate David so completely that she is compelled to come out of S. Goyer has a lot more experience as a writer. He retirement after almost 100 years to lend a hand. has about 30 writing credits, including seven credits Critics didn’t much like that, but I am perfectly OK for either Batman- or Superman-related films. They with a 100-year-old or older super hero entering the produced a script that allowed director Zack Snyder story full blown with no good explanation. to craft the scope and pace of the film to his vision. I am OK with Batman, wonderfully acted by Ben Other critics also didn’t much like the lack of Affleck — who would have guessed? — having very dialog in the film. Terrio and Goyer wrote in enough serious mental issues. A stack of his friends at dialog so that we could tell what was what, but left Wayne Enterprises died in the last film as collateral enough as blank pages so that director Snyder could damage. Batman blames their demise on Superman. fill in the space with amazing action. He thinks Superman should have been more careful Known for his innovation and imagination, Zack of human life. He comes to believe that Superman Snyder has directed such films as “300,” “The doesn’t care much about human life, as he is after all Watchmen,” the 2004 version of “Dawn of the Dead” a space alien from a different planet, Krypton. and the 2013 prequel to this film, “Man of Steel.” He Superman, again played by Henry Cavill and well can do it. played, buys into that sad look at things to a degree. The people seem to like this kind of film, a film He thinks that he perhaps does more harm than that simply sweeps the viewer up in the action good and perhaps should step back, to fade into and carries him away. Many skeptics thought that retirement and stop the Super Hero business entire- spending a quarter of a billion dollars to make a ly. It is always useful to question our own actions movie was the very definition of folly. But people are and motives. But he does not go nearly as far as lining up. “Batman vs. Superman” had the sixth largest Batman would like. Batman thinks that Superman, with his Godlike domestic opening weekend of all time and took in powers, has become Godlike to too many people. an enormous $424 million worldwide. The PG-13 Batman wants to take Superman off the board, film lasts a very long two hours and 31 minutes, but for the public good, of course. He has his famous believe me it does not run too long. The studio is Batman gadgets to help him, but now re-enforced projected to release an even longer “directors cut” version in due time. with Kryptonite. I think this is an amazing film and give it an outAmy Adams does her best in the smaller role as Lois, the intrepid reporter who loves Superman. standing four out of five saw-blades. It is the most Laurence Fishburne plays the angry, driven, cynical important film of the year so far.


Good for you quick-fix dinners Busy weeknights call for quick family meals, but with the right ingredients, fast food can actually be good for you, too. A meal that includes dairy is right in line with the recently released 2015 Dietary Guidelines for Americans, which recommend three servings of dairy foods every day. That’s because dairy foods such as cheese, milk and yogurt provide a unique package of nine essential nutrients: calcium, potassium, phosphorus, protein, vitamins A, D and B12, riboflavin and niacin. Individuals and families that want an extra reminder about the importance of integrating three servings of dairy into their daily diet can take the Dairy 3 for Me pledge as motivation. There are many delicious and creative ways to get your three servings of dairy every day, such as using plain Greek yogurt in place of mayonnaise in your favorite rec-

ipes or substituting syrup on pancakes and waffles with flavored yogurt. For more deliciously quick dinner recipes, and to take the Dairy 3 for Me pledge, visit MidwestDairy. com.


• In 1819, some Native peoples in the United States got quite a surprise. Fearing trouble from tribes, a group of western river explorers traveled in a steamboat that had been modified to resemble a fire-breathing serpent. • After the disaster of the Exxon Valdez, the oil tanker’s former captain, Joseph Hazel­ wood — who evidently had been so drunk that he was passed out in his bunk when the devastating collision occurred — was hired by the New York Maritime College. His job? Teaching students how to stand watch. • At one time in New York City it was against the law to play pinball. • Tombstones weren’t always used to record information about




A titan of industry is sent to prison after she’s caught for insider trading. When she gets out, not everyone she screwed over is willing to forgive and forget.

R • No Passes • 1:00, 3:10, 5:20, 7:30


A first person action film from the eyes of Henry, who’s resurrected from death with no memory.

R • No Passes • 4:00, 7:00

When a teacher is asked a question in class about Jesus, her reasoned response lands her in deep trouble and could expel God from the public square once and for all.

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Fearing the actions of Superman are left unchecked, Batman takes on Superman. While the two superheroes fight each other, Lex Luthor creates Doomsday to destroy Metropolis

PG13 • No Passes • 1:00, 4:15, 7:30 (4:15 in 3D) The Portokalos family secret brings the beloved characters back together for an even bigger and Greeker wedding.

BEEF BURRITO WITH PEPPER JACK CHEESE AND BLACK BEANS Total preparation time: 9 minutes; makes 6 servings 1/2 pound ground beef sirloin 2 teaspoons minced garlic 1 cup chunky salsa, divided 2 cups cooked brown or white rice 6, 9-inch whole wheat flour tortillas 1, 15-ounce can black beans, drained and rinsed, divided 1, 11-ounce can corn kernels, drained, divided 2 cups shredded pepper jack cheese, divided sliced green onion, including green tops CONTINUED ON PAGE 5

the deceased; they were originally just large, unmarked slabs of stone placed atop a grave as a barrier to ensure that no undead creature or ghastly spirit could escape to trouble the living. • The woman who was declared the female winner of the 1980 Boston Marathon had the title stripped from her after officials noticed her absence from any of the photographs or video footage from the middle of the event. It seems she veered off course, killed a little time around town, then rode the subway a spot less than a mile from the finish line, rejoining the race at the very end. • Thought for the Day: “A man who has never gone to school may steal from a freight car; but if he has a university education, he may steal the whole railroad.” — Theodore Roosevelt


PG13 • No Passes • 1:00, 3:10, 5:20, 7:30


In a city of animals, a fugitive con artist fox and a rookie bunny cop must work together to uncover a conspiracy.

PG • No Passes • 1:00, 4:00, 7:00


A young girl suffering from a rare digestive disorder finds herself miraculously cured after surviving a terrible accident.

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COMFORT FOODS MADE FAST AND HEALTHY! A TASTE OF HAWAII! PINEAPPLE GREEN BEANS By Healthy Exchanges 1/2 cup chopped onion 1 (8-ounce) can pineapple tidbits, packed in fruit juice, drained and 1/4 cup liquid reserved 1/4 cup water 1 tablespoon cornstarch 1 1/2 teaspoons reduced-sodium soy sauce 2 cups frozen cut green beans, cooked, rinsed and drained

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They’re really nothing fancy, but they are a little bit different, tasty and fast to fix when dinner needs to get on the table sooner rather than later. Beef Burritos with Pepper Jack Cheese and Black Beans (top photo) which just take 9 minutes or Hot and Sweet Grilled Cheese sandwiches (bottom photo), which take 16 minutes.

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In a medium nonstick skillet, brown ground beef and garlic over medium heat, breaking beef mixture into smaller chunks with spoon. Drain fat and stir in 1/2 cup salsa; set aside. Spread 1/3 cup rice in center of tortilla, leaving a 1/2-inch border. Scatter about 2 tablespoons of beans and 1-1/2 tablespoons corn over rice. Spread 1/3 cup beef mixture and 1/4 cup cheese over corn. Top with 2 teaspoons salsa and a few pieces of green onion. Fold in two opposite edges of tortilla 1 inch each and roll up. Place, seam side down, on microwave-safe dish. Repeat with remaining tortillas. Place burritos in microwave and heat 1 minute, or until heated through. Serve with remaining salsa.

HOT AND SWEET GRILLED CHEESE Total preparation time: 16 minutes; makes 4 servings


3 tablespoons peach preserves 1/2 fresh jalapeno, seeded and finely chopped (about 2 teaspoons) GRILLED CHEESE

1-1/2 tablespoons unsalted butter softened 4 slices 12-grain bread, divided 2 slices white cheddar cheese, divided

2 slices pepper jack cheese, divided 2 slices smoked Gouda cheese, divided 1/2 small avocado, thinly sliced, divided To make peach jalapeno jam: in small saucepan over medium heat, combine peach preserves and jalapeno. Stir mixture constantly until preserves are melted. Remove from heat and set aside. To make sandwiches; heat large nonstick or cast iron skillet over medium heat for about 2 minutes. Butter one side each of 2 slices of bread. Turn buttered slices over, buttered side down and spread peach jalapeno jam over second side of each bread slice. On top of jam side of each bread slice, layer 1 slice cheddar cheese, 1 slice pepper jack cheese, half the slices of avocado and 1 slice of Gouda. Spread jam on remaining slices of bread and place jam side on cheese. Spread remainder of butter on bread on top of sandwiches. Place sandwiches buttered side down in pan. Partially cover with lid, allowing steam to escape, and cook for 1-1/2 to 2 minutes, or until bread is toasted and browned. Flip sandwiches over with spatula. Partially cover with lid and cook for additional 1-1/2 to 2 minutes, watching carefully for bread to brown and cheese to melt. Remove lid and check for doneness. Remove sandwiches from heat and cut in half. Serve warm. Source: Midwest Dairy Association and Family Features

1. In a large skillet sprayed with butter-flavored cooking spray, saute onion for 5 minutes. 2. In a covered jar, combine reserved pineapple liquid, water and cornstarch. Shake well to blend. Pour mixture into skillet with onion. Stir in soy sauce. Add green beans and pineapple tidbits. Mix gently to combine. 3. Continue to cook over medium heat for 6-8 minutes or until mixture thickens

and is heated through, stirring constantly. Divide into 4 servings. TIP: If you can’t find tidbits, purchase pineapple chunks and coarsely chop. * Each serving equals: 76 calories, 0g fat, 1g protein, 18g carb., 68mg sodium, 37mg calcium, 2g fiber; Diabetic Exchanges: 1 Vegetable, 1/2 Fruit; Carb Choices: 1. © 2016 King Features Synd., Inc.

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DJ Craig and Keith Morris photos

The annual Optimist Fishing Festival is this Saturday, April 9 at Green Valley Park and it is fun for all ages. With the help of an extra stocking by the Arizona Game and Fish Department, catching a fish is almost a guarantee for participants, no matter their age or skill level.

Celebrate fishing Rim Country residents and visitors are fortunate to have an abundance of lakes and creeks in which to fish just about year-round ... If it’s too cold in the late fall or early spring, just head south to Roosevelt or take advantage of the fishing at Green Valley Park. It is stocked most of the winter and this weekend it will get extra helpings of the scaly prey. The Rim Country Optimist Club’s 10th Annual Fishing Festival is from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m., Saturday, April 9. No fishing license is required for all those who register. This is an event for all ages. There will be food, music and a big raffle in addition to help with fishing, including some equipment to use. This year the huge raffle is bigger and better than ever. It will include two Cardinals preseason tickets, a guided fishing trip for two, fishing equipment, many gift certificates, and a variety of items and baskets of items resulting in 43 raffle drawings. Even if you don’t fish, be sure to stop by to see what’s going on as you might wish to buy raffle tickets. The festival is the result of a cooperative effort of the Rim Country

Optimists, Payson Parks and Recreation, Arizona Game and Fish, Payson Fly Casters, Scoops Ice Cream, Fred the DJ, DJ Craig (photos) and Payson Rotary Club Foundation, which will provide hamburgers, hot dogs, drinks and more. For more information contact either Jim Tye at 928-468-2453 or Joan Young at 928-472-2264. GETTING READY FOR THE REEL DEAL

Roundup columnist Dennis Pirch offers the following advice to both veteran and novice fisher folk since it’s time to go fishing. The rifles and archery equipment from the hunting seasons have probably been stored in the closet not to be used again until early fall. It’s time to head to your favorite lake or stream and try out that new fishing equipment or your favorite rod and reel. The second half of the promised wet winter failed to materialize. Now with warm, dry weather for over a month there is an early spring. The urge to go fishing has come sooner to Arizonans, which has been CONTINUED ON PAGE 7

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Make sure your fishing gear is in good order before hitting the lakes. Why risk losing a great catch due to a worn out line?

Check equipment before heading to the lake FROM PAGE 6

obvious by the high number of bass boats heading south on the Beeline with the destination being Roosevelt or Apache Lake. Spring fishing is upon us when bass and crappies are moving to the shallows for the annual spawn. As the water warms to the lows 60s, these game fish become more active and the bite improves. Before you wet a line, here is an important tip that will improve your fishing effectiveness: Strip that old line from the baitcaster or spinning rod and replace it before the first cast! There are numerous factors that will weaken the tensile strength of old line on a reel. Any knick or abrasion in the line will cause it to break when pressure is applied at setting the hook on a fish. When a rod and reel is transported to the lake in the bed of a truck any contact with other hard surfaces can increase equipment failure, which includes fishing line abrasions. Monofilament can also become brittle when stored for extended periods of time, which reduces casting distance in addition to diminished tensile strength. There is nothing more disheartening than setting the hook on a big fish only to see the line break for no apparent reason. Extended sunlight can also weaken line. When fishing rods are strapped to the deck of a boat or stored where the tips are vibrating in the wind, bad things happen. If you are using a spinning rod for finesse fishing, then 4to 8-pound test should be the line selection. Of course clarity of the water is a factor in addition to the drag resistance set on the reel. Big fish can be caught on light line providing that the line is abrasion free and the drag is set properly for the strong run of most game fish. A baitcaster rod and reel is a different situation depending on where one is fishing for bass. Obviously, in heavy cover a stronger line poundage is needed where vegetation or submerged logs are an obstacle. Casting distance is also critical with water clarity and a baitcaster using proper line can really improve water coverage. Finally, when the day is done on the water, take the extra precautions and safely store your fishing equipment in a boat rod locker or a rod glove, which will protect the equipment and the line. Periodically check the line by running your fingers across the surface to check for any slight abrasions that do happen. For the recreational angler, it is also a good idea to replace the line after every third or fourth trip to the lake because so many of the weak spots are undetectable. Increase your chances of catching the big one by the proper care of your fishing equipment. It’s time to get the fishing rods out and head to your favorite fishing spot, spring has sprung! This weekend take a friend fishing and enjoy the Arizona outdoors, God’s creation.





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GOLD-TRIMMED ACROSS 1 In boots, e.g. 5 Accident 11 Leaf-cutting little colonist 14 Lend ___ (assist) 19 Roof border 20 Pungent yellow cheese 21 Corp. leader 22 Go-kart, say 23 Nickname for a really strong novelist? 26 The Carolinas, e.g., in Caen 27 Wings for women 28 Many a flower girl 29 Fen plant 30 Wilhelm’s “the” 31 Return to get H.G. Wells’ title Dr.? 36 Eschew 38 Topped party appetizer 39 “___ won’t!” 40 Prefix with 81-Across or 31-Down 41 British poet as a young badge earner? 45 “The Streak” singer Ray 48 “___ a living” 49 Company IDs 50 Arthur of old TV 52 Sister record co. of Virgin 53 Nudge 54 Neoprene produced at an Alabama university? 60 Italicize, e.g. 63 Whitman or Disney 65 Some HDTVs 66 Singular 67 Chicago airport 68 Baby kangaroo living on a

Pacific island nation? 70 “Friday the 13th” villain 71 Arial is one 72 Potter’s dirt 73 Shred up 74 Most darling 75 Very breezy summer month? 78 Jay replaced by Jimmy Fallon 79 Greek letter 80 Min. fraction 81 Handed out playing cards 83 Item in a nest 86 Dunce 90 Convertible carriage used to transport popes? 94 Suffix in sugar names 95 Give support 97 Port in Italy 98 Greasy 99 Boyfriend who’s always upbeat? 104 ___-rock (music style) 105 Hebrew letters after alephs 106 Exit opposite 107 Pilot planes 110 Opinions offered 111 Singer Gene who should never be forgotten? 116 Black, in Bordeaux 117 Blvd. or rd. 118 Limited release? 119 ___ Sous-le-Vent (the Leewards) 120 Affirm 121 Cold War-era state: Abbr. 122 Train base 123 Safari shelter

DOWN 1 Late-night host Meyers 2 “How funny!” 3 Adds vocals to, maybe 4 Denigrates 5 Cosmo, O and GQ 6 Suffix with fool 7 Grab a chair 8 Stable feed 9 Turkish title 10 Attacked like a lion 11 “The Mind of ___” (PBS cooking series) 12 Former liberal, briefly 13 Many “Olé!” recipients 14 “Am not!” rejoinder 15 Spiteful sort 16 College life 17 Final profit 18 Creator of the Lorax 24 Private AOL exchanges 25 “___ ToK” (Kesha hit) 31 Estimate 32 Not falling for 33 Ovine calls 34 Springfield storekeeper 35 Bishops’ hats 36 ___-fi film 37 Crude home 38 Diner hirees 42 Almost there 43 Dwindle 44 Axon’s place 46 Aussie bird 47 Tremolo’s kin 51 Bowed 53 Fluster 54 Resembling 55 One-eighty 56 Con’s vote 57 Groundwork

58 Greek Cupid 59 Pay to live at 60 Large couch 61 What you used to be? 62 Bonged 63 Ragamuffins 64 100% wrong 68 ___-bah 69 Pa Clampett of TV 70 Interim ruling group 72 11th-cen. king of Norway 74 Prison parts 76 Mu ___ shrimp 77 Wilhelm’s “I” 78 Cake tier 81 Dunce 82 Allure rival 83 Fit to print, after revisions 84 Missy 85 84-Down’s counterpart 86 Working farm horses 87 “It’s finally clear to me” 88 Pork-filled pastry, e.g. 89 Rabbit head features 91 Put in cipher 92 “I knew it!” 93 Absence of restriction 96 Krispy Kreme inventory 100 One of Kirk’s lieutenants 101 Blender brand 102 Ferret’s kin 103 Wilhelm’s “the” 104 Parade place: Abbr. 107 City in Iowa 108 Driving exam taker, often 109 Lead-in to “while” 112 Road topper 113 “... Mac ___ PC?” 114 Fabled flier 115 Reindeer cousin

ARIES (March 21 to April 19) Regarding your upcoming challenges, the Aries Lamb should very quickly size things up and allow you to make the best possible use of whatever resources you have on hand. Good luck. TAURUS (April 20 to May 20) You rarely blame others for missteps that worked against you. But this time you need to lay out all the facts and insist that everyone acknowledge his or her share of the mistakes. Then start again. GEMINI (May 21 to June 20) You might want to start making vacation plans. And don’t be surprised by unexpected family demands. Maintain control. Be open to suggestions, but don’t get bogged down by them. CANCER (June 21 to July 22) Work with both your Moon Child and Crab aspects this week to keep both your creative and your practical sides balanced. Your intuition sharpens, giving you greater insight by the middle of the week. LEO (July 23 to August 22) The Big Cat finally should have all the information needed to move on with a project. If not, maybe you’ll want to give everything a new and more thorough check before trying to move on. VIRGO (August 23 to September 22) Too much emotional pain caused by someone you can’t win over as a friend? Then stop trying to do so. You have other things you need to work on this week. Go to it, and good luck. LIBRA (September 23 to October 22) It’s a good time to reassess where and how your strengths can help you build, and where your weaknesses can hinder you. Remember to build on your strongest foundation. SCORPIO (October 23 to November 21) That personal matter that seemed so hard to deal with should be less confusing now. Don’t rush. Let things happen easily, without the risk of creating even more puzzlement. SAGITTARIUS (November 22 to December 21) Change continues to be a strong factor in many important areas. Keep on top of them, and you won’t have to worry about losing control. A personal situation takes on a new look. CAPRICORN (December 22 to January 19) A business offer sounds intriguing. But if you don’t check it out thoroughly, you could have problems. Take a set of questions with you when you attend your next meeting. AQUARIUS (January 20 to February 18) Your self-confidence should be coming back. That’s good news. But it might be a bit over the top right now, so best to let it settle down before you start making expensive decisions. PISCES (February 19 to March 20) Your life, your decisions. Good enough. But be sure you have all the facts you need to put into the decision-maker mixing bowl and hope it will come out as it should. BORN THIS WEEK: You find much of your creativity with new people who give you much to think about. © 2016 King Features Synd., Inc.

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JUST FOR FUN KING CROSSWORD DOWN 1 Floral garland 2 Type squares 3 Perch 4 Not wobbly 5 Barbecue fare 6 Old French coin 7 Satisfies 8 Moulin Rouge dance 9 Taking care of business 10 Arp’s art 11 Basin accessory 16 Wacko 20 “An apple ___ ...” 21 Opposed 22 Accomplishes 23 Loosen 24 Colorado ski mecca 26 Regal 27 Cherished 28 Satan’s specialty 29 Tear 31 Midwestern state 34 Two-position switch 35 NYC area, with “the” 37 Charlotte’s creation 38 Ror-schach picture 39 Modern-day coin 40 Summertime pest 41 Perry of pop 44 Hot tub 45 Director Spike 46 Allow 47 ___ Baba




1. MATH: What Arabic number doesn’t have a counterpart in Roman numerals? 2. THEATER: What is the longest-running musical in performances in Broadway history? 3. ASTRONOMY: What is a blue moon? 4. TELEVISION: Who played the lead in the drama “Perry Mason”? 5. LITERATURE: Who wrote the books “Ethan Frome” and “The Age of Innocence”? 6. GEOGRAPHY: What major city lies on an island in the St. Lawrence River? 7. U.S. STATES: What is the state capital of Idaho?


8. MOVIES: Who was the voice of “The Iron Giant” in the movie? 9. MEASUREMENTS: What is the name of the unit used to measure energy in food? 10. MUSIC: Who had a 1985 hit with the song “Saving All My Love For You”? Answers 1. Zero 2. “The Phantom of the Opera” 3. When there are two full moons in the same month 4. Raymond Burr 5. Edith Wharton 6. Montreal 7. Boise 8. Vin Diesel 9. Calorie 10. Whitney Houston



Find the listed words in the diagram. They run in all directions — forward, backward, up, down and diagonally.






ACROSS 1 Not as much 5 Ump 8 “The Da Vinci ___” 12 Send forth 13 Hosp. section 14 From the start 15 Turkish city 17 Pleasant 18 Urban carrier 19 “Fear ___” 21 Grown-up 24 Verdi opera 25 Zilch 26 Crusoe or Gilligan 30 Actor Danson 31 Suggest 32 First lady 33 U-235 and U-238 35 Actress Barbara 36 John Irving’s “A Prayer for ___ Meany” 37 Part of WWW 38 Panhandler 41 London’s ___ Gardens 42 Breather? 43 Columbus’ benefactor 48 Exam type 49 Suitable 50 Rod partner 51 Carry 52 Deposit 53 Bigfoot’s cousin


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Rim Country Church Directory Calvary Chapel Payson 1103 N. Beeline Hwy. at Sherwood Dr.; (928) 468-0801, office@ calvarypayson.com, calvarypayson.com. Sunday: Services at 8:30 & 10:30 a.m., Devotion & Prayer at 6:30 p.m.; Tuesday: Men’s & Women’s Discipleship at 6:30 p.m. Wednesday: Fellowship Dinner at 5 p.m., Service at 6:30 p.m.; Thursday: Christ-Centered Recovery & Young Adult Fellowship at 6:30 p.m. Childcare is provided for all of the above services. Catholic Church of the Holy Nativity A Roman Catholic Church under the Personal Ordinariate of the Chair of St. Peter. 1414 N. Easy St.(corner of Easy Street & Bradley Dr.), Payson, AZ 85541, (928) 478-6988, wwwholynativitypayson.com. The Rev. Fr. Lowell E. Andrews, Pastor. Sunday: Mass 10 a.m. Wednesday: Low Mass & Holy Unction 10 a.m. First Wednesday of the month: Benediction & Chaplet of Divine Mercy 5:30 p.m. followed by potluck supper. High Holy Days: Mass 10 a.m. Christopher Creek Bible Fellowship - I.F.C.A. 1036 E. Christopher Creek Loop, first driveway past fire station on left. Pastor Ed Hepworth, 478-4857 (church), 478-4310 (home).10:30 a.m. Worship Service and Children’s Sunday School (nursery provided). Tues. & Thurs. Bible Studies. Join us Palm Sunday, March 20th , for a FREE Southwestern Gospel Concert with Phil Dickey during the worship service. Potluck to follow concert. Church of Christ 306 E. Aero. Sunday Bible classes 10 a.m., Worship 11 a.m. For Bible studies any day of the week, call Bob Nichols, 468-0134. By understanding and living the principles taught in the New Testament, we attempt to accomplish the spiritual mission of the church, rather than being a social or recreational institution.

ing you join us on our journey! First Baptist Church of Pine 4039 N. Highway 87, 476-3552, Website: www.fbcpine.com. Sundays: Sunday School 9:15 a.m., Morning Worship Service 10:30 a.m., Evening Fellowship 6 p.m. Communion service the first Sunday during Morning Worship. Men’s Fellowship Breakfast 8 a.m. first Saturday of each month. Women’s Bible Study 9:15 Tuesday mornings. AWANA program on Mondays as follows: Sparks for K-2nd 2:30-4 p.m.; TNT, Trek and Journey 6-8 p.m. All other activities, please contact the church office Wednesday 10 a.m. to noon or Friday 9 a.m. to noon. Gospel Meetings All are invited to come and hear the simple teachings and doctrine of Christ. The gospel of Christ still provides an anchor for the soul in a turbulent world. These meetings present the gospel story simply and freely. Tuesday from 7-8 p.m., Mogollon Health Alliance, 308 E. Aero Dr., Payson. Mount Cross Lutheran Church (ELCA) 601 E. Highway 260 (across from Tiny’s Restaurant), 474-2552. Ken Lentz, Interim Pastor. Sunday Worship Schedule: 8:30 a.m. Traditional Service; 10:30 a.m. Praise Service. Holy Communion is celebrated on the 1st & 3rd Sundays of each month. Visit our website atwww.mountcross.org. Church office hours: Monday-Friday 8:30 a.m.-2:30 p.m. Mount Cross is a warm, loving church community that extends itself to others and welcomes everyone with joy.

Community Christian Church An independent, undenominational fellowship. Meets every Sunday at 10:30 a.m. in the chapel at Majestic Rim Retirement Living, 310 E. Tyler Parkway. Open Communion served every Sunday. Community Presbyterian Church 800 W. Main Street, Rev. Charles Proudfoot, Pastor. Sundays: SON Risers Adult Bible Class at 8:30 a.m.; Hymn Sing at 10:15 a.m. followed by Morning Worship at 10:30 a.m. Bible Time and nursery care for children provided. Office hours are weekdays 9 a.m. to noon; 474-2059 office, 474-0624 fax, E-mail: cpcgen@ yahoo.com, Website: cpcpayson.org. Crossroads Foursquare Church We invite you to join us Sunday mornings, 10 a.m. Find us at www.crossroads4square.com, on Facebook or at 114 E. Cedar Lane, Payson. Desert Community Christian Fellowship, SB Pastor Eric Woods, (928) 479-2216, 173 Stephen’s Way, Tonto Basin. Sunday School 9:15 a.m. Sunday services 10:45 a.m. and 6 p.m. Wednesday worship 6 p.m. Expedition Church 301 S. Colcord Road (two blocks west of Hwy. 87, just north of Bonita). Expedition is a non-denominational church whose mission is to “make disciples who love God and people.” Sunday services are at 9 a.m. and 10:45 a.m. For more information, go to www.discoverexpedition.com, Facebook at ExpeditionChurchPayson, or call (928) 474-9128. We look forward to hav-

Rock of Ages Evangelical Lutheran Church (WELS) At Rock of Ages you will find a worship service designed to praise God and enrich faith. Our purpose is to serve all people in God’s world with the Gospel of Jesus Christ on the basis of the Holy Bible. We are a friendly, family oriented church. All are welcome! Rock of Ages Lutheran Church is located at 204 W. Airport Road (corner of Airport Rd and North McLane). Pastor David Sweet, (928) 970-7606 or (928) 474-2098. Sunday Worship Service is at 9 a.m.; Sunday School and Adult Bible Class at 10:15 a.m.; Holy communion is celebrated at the 2nd and 4th Sunday of the month. Adult Bible class is held on Tuesdays at 1 p.m., Thursdays at 9 a.m. and Saturdays at 9 a.m. Shepherd of the Pines Lutheran Church (LC-MS) 507 W. Wade Lane, 928-474-5440, Pastor Steve De Santo. Sunday: Adult Bible Study 8:30 a.m., Sunday School 8:30 a.m., Worship Service 10 a.m. Holy Communion is celebrated on the 2nd and 4th Sunday of the month. St. Paul’s Episcopal Church WE Welcome Everyone. 1000 N. Easy St. (Corner of Sherwood & Easy St.). 928-474-3834. The Rev. Daniel F. Tantimonaco, Rector. Sunday: Holy Eucharist Services are at 8 a.m. and 10 a.m. The 10 a.m. service includes traditional and contemporary music. Child care is provided. Wednesday: Service of Healing & Holy Eucharist at 9 a.m. Visit our Website: www.stpaulspayson. org. Email: stpaulspayson@gmail.com. WE Welcome Everyone. Seventh-day Adventist Church 700 E. Wade Lane, Payson; Pastor Steven Salsberry; Elder Sharon Judd. Saturday services: Sabbath School/Bible Study 9:30a.m.; Worship Hour 11 a.m. We welcome all visitors. Come and join us for uplifting fellowship. Call 928-474-9209 for Prayer Meeting times and location, and for coming local events, or visit our website: http://payson.adventistfaith.org.

Church of Christ in Payson 401 E. Tyler Parkway, (928) 474-5149. Sunday: Bible Class 9:30 a.m., Morning Worship 10:30 a.m., Singing Practice 5:30 p.m., Evening Worship 6 p.m. Tuesday: Ladies Bible Class 10 a.m. Wednesday: Bible Class 6:30 p.m. www.paysonchurchofchrist. com Church on Randall Place, SBC (in Pine) Pastor John Lake. All are welcome! 6338 W. Randall Place (turn west on Randall Place road near the Thrift Store) Sunday Morning Prayer: 8 a.m. to 8:30 a.m., Sunday Adult Bible Enrichment 8:45 a.m. to 9:40 a.m., Sunday Worship Celebration: 10 a.m. Sunday Communion 2nd Sunday of the month. Sunday Fellowship Meal every 3rd Sunday of the month. Women of CORP Ministries and Bible studies lead by Simone Lake. Other various Connection Groups available throughout week. For more information, contact: 1-928-476-4249 (ch), 1-928-472-6439 (pastor’s hm) 1-928-970-4249 (pastor’s cell), Email: pinerandallchurch@ hotmail.com Website: http://churchonrandallplace.org Online Sermons: www.sermon.net/CORP

all ages! For more details and information on other weekly events, check out our website at www.pbcpayson.org or call the church office at (928) 474-9279.

Shiloh Christian Fellowship 501 E. Rancho Road (across the street from Payson Elementary School), 474-3138. Non-denominational church teaching verse by verse and chapter by chapter through the Bible. Contemporary Worship and family oriented, children’s ministries and nursery provided. Sunday Worship Service at 10:45 a.m. Bible Study on Thursday at 6:30 p.m. New Life Foundation Hwy. 87 (next to Windmill Corner Inn), Strawberry, 476-3224. Services: Wednesday, 7 p.m.; Saturday & Sunday, 9 a.m. Payson First Church of the Nazarene Come join us for a time of fellowship and worship as we praise the Lord! 200 E. Tyler Parkway (928) 474-5890. Sundays: Morning Worship Service 9:30 am; Sunday School for all ages 11 a.m. - 12 p.m. Monday- Friday: Safe Haven Childcare Center 7 a.m. - 6 p.m.; Lighthouse Club 2:30-5:30 p.m. Tuesdays: Prayer and Praise 6 p.m.; Wednesdays: Women’s Bible Study 1-2 p.m.; Children’s Quizzing 3-6th grades 1:30-4:30 p.m.; Thursdays: Youth Night 6:30 p.m.; Last Saturday of each month: Men’s Fellowship Breakfast 8 a.m.; Senior Activities each month. For more information on locations, times and topics contact the church office. Office hours: 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. and 1-4 p.m. Monday through Friday. Payson United Methodist Church 414 N. Easy Street (between Zurich St. and Malibu St. behind ACE Hardware); Pastor Carl Peterson. Services: 8:30 a.m. Informal; 11:00 a.m. Traditional. Safe nursery care provided. We are a growing, multi-generational faith community where our hearts, minds, and doors are open to all people. Our mission is to Love Like Jesus. For more information on our choir and handbell programs and ministries and mission to the community, visit our website: paysonumc.com or call 928-474-0485, M-F, 8 a.m. - 12 noon. Ponderosa Bible Church of Payson 1800 N. Beeline Hwy. Dr. Joe Falkner - Sr.Pastor, Sunday: Traditional Worship Service 9:30 a.m., Contemporary Worship Service 11 a.m. Nursery, Adult and Youth Bible Studies during both services. Wednesday evening fellowship and Bible study for

Tonto Basin Bible Church Hwy. 188 off Dryer Dr., Tonto Basin, Pastor Robert Melotti, (928) 479-2299. Sunday School for all ages 9:30 a.m., worship service 10:45 a.m., Children’s Church 10:45 a.m., no Sunday eve. service. Wednesday Night Bible Study Fellowship 7 p.m. Potluck every third Sunday at noon following the worship service. Tonto Creek Shores/Tonto Valley Bible Church Lots 240-241 Valley View Road, Gisela, 474-1360. Valley View Drive, Gisela; Pastor Ted Tatum. Sunday School 9:30 a.m., Sunday Morning Worship 11 a.m., Sunday Evening Service 6 p.m. (combined service with both churches). Tonto Village Chapel Tonto Village Chapel exists to serve, love and uplift the Lord Jesus Christ. Our mission is to operate in the community as a light House through fulfilling the great commission as found in Matthew 28:18-20. We welcome an opportunity to worship with you on Sunday mornings at 9:30 a.m. with Sunday school/ Bible study at 10:45 a.m. for adults, children and youth, or Tuesday evening Bible study and prayer meeting at 5 p.m. For questions or information please call the Church at (928) 478-5076. Unity Church of Payson Join us and live Practical Christianity, a positive path for spiritual living. We sing, laugh, love, pray, and support each other and our Payson community. We meet at 600 State Highway 260, #14 (Board of Realtors Conference Room, back of Tiny’s parking lot). For more, go to www.unityofpayson.org (See ‘What’s Happening’ tab for Transforming Your Life with Dream Mapping Workshop beginning April 9 10:30 @Payson Community Kids) or call 928-478-8515.

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MERCHANDISE ANIMALS Dog Nail Clipping in the comfort and convenience of your home by Tracy. Local professional groomer of 24 years. $12.00 928-978-4959

FURNITURE Cherry Buffet w/China Top Federal Style, $800. 928-951-0899 Electric Recliner / Lift Chair Brown upholstery with side pocket for remotes. Transitions from recliner to lift occupant to standing. $199.00 928-978-1323 Mission Style Premium Wood & Leather Sova, Love Seat, Chair and End Table, $800. 8x10 Off White Shagg Rug $50. 562-505-6622 or 928-474-6696


www.cancerbenefits.com Flagstaff Office; 928-774-1200 or 800-414-4328. 10ft, 20ft, 30ft. and 40ft. Shipping Containters, Call 928-537-3257 Items For Sale: Powerful Deskside server computer, Misc Electronics, Cedar Chest, Humidor, Delonghi Oil Heater, Self watering system, Nordic Exercise Bike, Musical Instruments, Slide Projector and accessories, Contact # 817-371-9550 Respironics EverGo Portable Oxygen Concentrator Excellent Condition! Two Rechargeable Lithium Ion batteries, AC & DC power cords, carrying case. FAA Approved for air travel. Sells new for $4,000 + tax. $1,500. Call 928-476-2000 THE BLIND DOCTOR Broken Blinds? Saggy Shades? Droopy Drapes? WE CAN FIX THAT! Dani 928-595-2968 BLINDS & DESIGNS Repairs, Sales, Shade Screens & More! Used Golf Clubs 1. Complete Set of Titleist Irons, $150. 2. Complete Set of Iron, #1, 3, 5, 7 Hybrid Woods w/Bag, $400. 928-474-9559

TOOLS Wood shop tools for sale at Estate Sale April 8-9, 2405 W. Graff includea joiner, drill press, scroll saw, jet lathe, table saw, DADO blade set, router, belt sander, bandsaw, hand sander, micrometers, etc. Call 928-474-2176

PERSONALS Ride Sharing on a regular basis between Payson & Flagstaff, will share expenses! 872-233-5152

YARD SALES/ AUCTIONS ESTATE SALES 3. April 8-9 at 2405 W. Graff: Roll top desk, wooden gun cabinet, queen bed, Indian rugs, Lazy Boy recliner, wooden rocker, cedar chest, Willamena chair, mirrors, wall hangings, area reugs, lamps, chairs, refrigerator, BBQ, garden tools, many wood shop tools. Call 928-474-2176

MOVING SALES Moving Sale: 407 W. Black Forest Lane, Fri. & Sat. April 8 & 9 from 7am to 1pm: Nice Varety!

YARD SALES 2. 1501 Cloud Nine Parkway, Fri. & Sat. April 8 & 9 from 9am to ?: Professional Meat Smoker, 20 Gallon Propane Tank, Treadmill; No Junk Here! 4. Multi-family yardsale, Fri. & Sat. April 8 & 9 from 7:30 to 3pm No Early Birds 203 N. Fawn in Manzanita Hills Indoor and outdoor furniture, sm kit appliances, yard and shop tools, linens, holiday decor, SW pottery, art work, depression glass, books, toys, flute with case, ice making machine, stainless sink, crafts and much more! 7. Dave s Auto, 281 W. Round Valley Rd, Fri. & Sat. April 8 & 9 from 8am to 3pm: Tools, Tools, Tools and Tool Boxes, Storage Containers (16, 22, 23, 25, & 40ft Long), Car Dolly with Good Title; A lot of Good Guy Stuff ! Call with Questions! 928-978-2274

Needed: Part-Time Bather & Brusher also needed Part Time Experienced Groomer, 928-468-1914 Walmart now Hiring for the following positions: Cashiers Deli Produce O/N Stocking O/N Maintenance Day Maintenance Garden Center Apply in Store on Kiosk or online @ walmartstores.com


AUTOS/VEHICLES 1986 Capri Bayliner, 19ft Long, Runs Great, 125 Horse Outboard, $5000.obo 928-978-4572

CARS 1992 Cadilac DeVille, $1000. 1990 Hull Double Axel Trailer 7x17 Flatbed, $1500. One Log Splitter, $700. Out-of-State Owner will Take Highest Offer First Week of April 928-978-2192

Mobile RV & Trailer Repair! Call Carl 928-951-3500

TRAILERS 2002 Quad Trailer, Purchased new at 4 Seasons in Rye, 14 x5 , Like new tires, spare never used, Single axel, Have clear title, Asking $750. Call 928-978-4692 7x14ft Single Axle Flatbed Trailer, Permanant License Plate and Lights installed, $550.obo Call 928-363-1060 or 928-951-5153

TRUCKS 2005 Chevy Silverado 3/4 Ton, 4 door 4wd, Duramax diesel, All the Goodies, Second Owner, Purchased in 2007, 35K Orig. Miles, Nicest In AZ, $28,900. Call Don, 602-647-2014 or 928-468-1068


Chaparral Pines Golf Club Needs: Landscape and Facility Assistant Worker, 20/hrs p/w, (Flexible), $10.p/h. Drug Screening; Pick-up Application at Security Gate

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HANDYMAN Laborer/10-Wheeler and Backhoe Operator Immediate opening for a laborer/10-Wheeler and Backhoe Operator. Requirements: Class A Drivers License, manual labor, lift up to 100 lbs., Familiar with excavation tools and equipment.Competitive Wages. Send Resumes to office@stodghilltrucking.com Contact Tanya (928)476-3554


SERVICES HOUSEKEEPING HOUSEKEEPING ETC. Cleaning Services, Regular Schedulled Cleanings, Organizing and Move-Outs! Call Shari for a Quote! 928-951-1807

Order: 10081092 Cust: -John Inc Limited &CO Keywords: PERSONAL ASSISTANT NEEDED by a real estate profes art#: 20133968 Class: Administrative/Professional Size: 2.00 X 3.00


by a Real Estate Professional. To organize and run errands. Basic computer skills needed, good organizational skills and prior experience in real estate not compulsory. $300 per week + bonuses. Interested person should contact: goodjesus247@gmail.com Order: 10081044 Cust: -Hospice Compassus Keywords: Employment ad art#: 20133908 Class: Healthcare Size: 2.00 X 4.00


FT Maintenance/Laborer, $10.p/hr. Must have AZ DL/Apply in person: The Rim Golf Community Association 904 S. Beeline HWY Suite B NO PHONE CALLS PERMITTED

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Hiring in the IPU Hospice Aide Payson, AZ office: PRN Hospice Aide

If you are passionate about impacting patient & family care and enjoy working with a great team, a clinical position with our company may be the perfect opportunity for you! We have great benefits and competitive pay.

To apply online and learn more about an exciting opportunity to work for Hospice Compassus: Pease visit our website at www.hospicecompassus.com Call Mary Jane Rogers at 928.472.6340

Don s Handyman Home Repairs, Mobile Home Roofs, Backhoe Work, Drains, Driveway, Landscaping, Yardwork Tree Trimming, Hauling! Senior Discount: 928-478-6139 JIMMY S ALLTRADES Residential Repairs Since 1993 FREE ESTIMATES Plumbing, Electrical, Sun Screens, Dryer Vent Cleaning, Gutters Cleaned 928-474-6482 not licensed

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REAL ESTATE HOMES FOR SALE 3 BR. 2 BA. Manufactured Home, 206 N Whiting, Payson, AZ, 85541. 1720 sq. ft., 1986 $179000. 928-595-0207 Mountain Home in Pine, 3000sf, 3-Story, 4Br/3Ba, Lower Level Apt, Incredible Views, Forest/Rim, 2-FPs, Large Lot/Privacy, 928-978-0089

MANUFACTURED HOMES FOR SALE 1983 MH 2 BR, 1 BA, 14 x 56, close in Payson 55+ age park, $16,500. Financing available Call 480-390-8901 New Cavco 2 BR, 1 BA, MH 14 x 48, close in Payson 55+ age park, $39,900. Financing available 480-390-8901

MOBILES FOR SALE 1 BR. 1 BA. Mobile Home, 8143 w. fossil crk. rd.#1A, AZ, 85544., 1994, custom metal pitched metal roof. $5,500. 480-519-5119 Foreclosures: 30 Homes, both New and PreOwned to Choose From, Free Delivery, Call Bronco Homes, 1-800-487-0712

CLERICAL/OFFICE Looking for Clerical Worker for Medical Office Must have Computer and Typing Skills 25-30hrs/per.week, Monday through Thursday; Send Resume to PO Box 1318, Payson, AZ 85547

CONSTRUCTION New Homes,Remodels,Decks, Painting, Garages, Wood/Tile Floors, Affordable Prices, Don 928-978-1996, Lic. & Bonded, Res. Lic.#ROC185345 Commercial Lic.#ROC182282 In Payson Area 35 years

Caregiver: Must have Experience in an ALF, with ALL Certification & Fingerprint Clearance, Call 928-468-2461


5. 2101 Cold Springs Point, (Payson Pines) Fri, Sat & Sun. April 8, 9 & 10 from 7am to 12 Noon 6. 904 Rocky Road (Stone Creek) Thurs., Fri. & Sat. April 7, 8 & 9 from 8am to 3pm: Queen Size Sleep Number Bed, Kitchen Aid Mixer (Like New), Twin Beds, Master Bedroom Suite, Large LG TV w/Stand, Beautiful Old Rocker, Ladders & Lawn Tools, Formal Dining Room Set, Sofa w/Built-in Recliners and Much More! Everything Must Go!


GENERAL Local Home Entertainment Business, Seeking Installer, Duties Include; Home Wiring, Audio/Video Installation, Some Out-of-Town Work, Experience Preferred, 30 to 40 hrs-p/w, Call 928-468-1155 or Email Resumes to:scott@azwhe.com

Email to Mary.Rogers@hospicecom.com

Move-in-Ready 55+ Park 2Br/1Ba, New Windows, Storage Sheds, Refrig., Washer/Dryer, Screened Porch, Fenced Yard, Nice Space, 705 E. Miller, #14, $8900. 928-978-2658 REPOS: 2, 3, & 4 Bedrooms, Starting from $9,989. Call Bronco Homes: 1-800-487-0712


Adult/Senior Living Studio and One Bedroom Apartments Starting at $615. with All Utilities Weekly Light Housekeeping Included Small Pet OK with Deposit Meal Service Available Call Angie M-F 8-5 928-474-1120

APARTMENTS FOR RENT 2Br/1Br Water, Sewer, Trash Included, $600.mo + $600.Dep. Pets-No, 928-478-6188


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COMMERCIAL FOR RENT Office or Retail Space Lowest Rates In Payson Private Bath,500 sq.ft. On Upgraded Remodeled Units, 1 Month Rent Free 602-616-3558

HOMES FOR RENT 3/2 Upscale Quiet Neighborhood, 2-Car Garage,Storage, Serene, Private, Minimum maintenance backyard w/deck & tall trees. Lap-dog only, Lease + Deposits. Must See!928-978-9100 Beautiful 2 Story 3Br/3Ba, Upgraded Kitchen, Spa Bath, View, Quiet Neighbohood, Oversized 2 Car Garage / Workshop Space, Down Stairs ideal for teenager or mother-in-law quarters, $1400.mo + Dep. Call 928-978-9100 Best Rim & Airport view in town! Lovely unfurnished 2 BR, 2 BA home in quiet area across from forest. Above airport at 2602 W. Bulla Drive. Large covered deck & fenced yard. Small dog OK. Beau. interior, great room w/open kitchen. W/D incld. A great place to live. $1.200.00/month, 602-763-4397. For Rent 3Br/2Ba + 2-Car Garage and Yard in the town of Payson; $1100.mo + Sec. Dep. Call Sherry 949-212-8911 Nice 2Br/2Ba Home in Gisela on the River, $800.mo Required First/Last + Securty Dep. Avail. May 1st, Call 602-696-7017

PAYSON TRAILER RANCH 1 & 2 Bdrms Starting at $425.00 Spaces starting at $310. 1st Mo + Deposit! All Include Cable/Water/Sewer/Trash Calll 928-517-1368

Star Valley - 2Br/1.5Ba, Owner Pays Water/Trash, $625.mo Call 928-472-9065

HORSE PROPERTY FOR RENT One Acre Horse Property in Town 2Br/1Ba-Den,Restored Home on Private Acre, Central Heating, Cooling, FP, Laundry, Fenced Yard,Stable $1250.mo 928-288-2440


A Cozy 1Br/1Ba, Mobile,Private lot in town location,Covered porch. Immediate occupancy, $400/month. References and rental history required. Agent/Owner 928-472-8430. Mountain Shadows R.V. & Mobile Home Park, Nice quiet family park, Travel Trailers, furnished $400.00 mo, RV Spaces $256.55 mo, with onsite Manager, Laundry, Shower, Game room, and Wifi, Call Shawn at 928-474-2406 RV Space 55+Age Park, $275.mo Sewer and Trash Included, Pets-OK, 480-390-8901


LOOKING FOR: 3Br+/2Ba+, 1/2+ Acre, 2-Car Garage, Ready to Move in Now! Call 720-955-0121

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