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1 attending were Opal Cout xight, Ed. !EDEN CHAPEL NEWS By Donna Burton na Tab6r, Judy Buntin, Grace Jones Day was nice, but cold. and-lydia Wright. and Mrs. Aubrey Thompson~ The next meeting will be with Judy on Mrs. Elsie Pock Monday.Buntin, Jan. 8. and Mrs. Charles Mudin andThose spending Christmas day with City visited Satur- Ms. and Mrs. Lee Mudin and family and Mrs. Wayne Burton. were Mr. and Mrs. Bill Gaskins, the s. Ruth Etheridge spent Oren Mameys, Mr. and Mrs. Don with her daughter, Mr. andPamfful, Mr. and bits. Wayne Burton, and family. Frank Sutliff, Mr. and Mrs. Delben s. Wendell Morton visited Mrs. Price and Tiffany, and Pauline Franklin. Pock Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Stanton, Dean- and Mrs. Wayne Burton visited na and Shannon from Afton and Mr. Mrs. Don Perceful Friday. , and Mrs. Clay Campbell are the and bin. Joe Burton were Saturday evening dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs of a baby boy born Dave Md.emore, Lori and Shawn. 20, 1984. He has been Donna Burton visited Elsie Pock Japhes Campbell. He i big sister. Grandparents are Mr. one day last week. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Button called Danny Kinkade and great on Kenny Moor and Margaret one day is Opal Couttri_'ght. last week. and Mrs. Jerry O'Neal are the Mr. and Mrs. Earl Stanton, Dean- lyarents of a baby boy born 21, 1984. He has been na and Shannon of Alton spent the Calvin. He has a big slates Weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Alvin are Mr. and Mrs. Stanton, MS. and Mrs. Joe Burton and Courtright and great- other relatives. is Opal Couttright. Mrs. Ruth Walls and Mrs. Reba Allen Couttright and son Joe Burton called on Mr. and Mrs. Harry Courtright visited Opal McKnight Sunday evening. Wednesday. Mrs. Reba Button and Mrs. Rena Driskell and girls visited Mr. Button called on Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Burton Monday. Howard Etheridge and Delsie Sunday ehoon. Burton Quilting Club met Lottie Sharpton Dec. 18. Those Sunday visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Button were Mr. and Mrs. Lee Mudin and family, Mr. and Mrs Rick Button and Pauline Franklin. Mrs. Reba Burton and Mrs. Rena Button visited Mr. and Mrs. John McKnight and family Tuesday. Mike Campbell and son, Robert Campbell and Beverly and children called on Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Burton last week. A Happy New Year to All! "4)- SANTA GOOD TO FIREMEN CHANDLER -- Santa came to the fire and police station with a much ap- predated gift, a new microwave oven. Fire Chief David Hoover said the crew had been wanting a new microwave, and this new one arrived out of the blue Monday night. No one knows for sure just who took care of getting it, "but we sure do appreciate it." It will mean the end of cold meals for dispat- chers and other emergency service regulars. oOo HIGH INTE~ RATES HURT CRESCENT -- Virgil Melson, president of The Bank of Crescent, said high interest rates hurt business activity in a town or area. He predicts they will be lower in 1985, which will cause purchases to be made that were not last year. He said that last year people wanting to buy larger items would take a look at what the high in- rarest rates did to their payments, and back off, not buying. "With the in- terest rates going down, these people are back in the market." "O" LAST TRAIN RUNS CUSHING -- Santa Fe trains have been running through Cushing since 1902, but the last one made its route Thursday, December 27, 1984. In the next few days, however, a new short line, the Cimarrun River Valley Railroad, owned and operated by Cushing Rail Car and MBF Industries, will begin providing rail service from Cushing and Camp. -o- NEWLYWED IS MURDERED MORRIS -- It was Christmas Eve here when an argument ended in the death of 17 year old Johnny Ralph Gordon, who had just been married three weeks earlier. He was shot in front of the fireplace at his mother's home, said shooting witnessed by the mother, wife, brother and sister of the deceased. He was allegedly shot with a deer rifle by Eddie Oliver McDaniels a boy friend of the dead boy's mother. oOo TEACHERS MOVING ON KINGFISHER -- John and Debbie Gudey, school faculty members for the past 61/2 years have submitted resignations, complimenting the The Perkins Journal Thursday, January 3, 1985 -- PAGE 5 faculty and administration, but criticizing the board of education, with whom they've had an ongoing controversy for sometime. He is school counselor and she is a 2nd grade teacher who was chosen as the school's master teacher under a unique pro- gram. They will te ~ch in Garden Ci- ty, Kansas, effective in early January. They are among several faculty members who have resigned since a fuss last February, including the retire- ment of a longtime school superintendent. -O- PERRY TG&Y MANAGER PERRY --Jerry Scott, who has been manager of the TG&Y store in Cushing for several months, will become manager of the Perry TG&Y, repladng Wayne Self who is going to a similar position in Tahlequah. TO GET TRASH CARTS CHANDLER -- The armory is be- ing used to put the wheels and handles on an army of trash carts that will be given to izsidents as part of the new trash hauling contract with Browning-Ferris Company. Several hundred of the units are being assembled and will go into use in mid- January. The city has been picking up the trash. WANT AMBULANCE ELECTION WELLSTON -- Wellston's May(~ John Ford has met with county com~ missioners to ask them to call a speciat election to see ff taxpayers want to vote a three-mill levy in the Wellston school district to fund that city's am- bulance operation. The Commis sioners are checking the legality of the proposal before setting up an election date. -o- JOHNSON TO BE SUPT. DRUMRIGHT -- Arthur L. Johnson was named to become Superintendent of Drumright SchooLs July 1, 1985, following the recent retirement of Fay StoUt. He has serv- ed as high school prindpal for the past two yeats and has taught and been ad- ministrator at Central Vo Tech School for six years, and five years teaching at Buffalo, Oklahoma, and one year at Chertycale, Kansas High School. -O" THIEVES ARE BUSY PERRY -- Police here have been Paced with a rash of breakins and burglaries. Included in the list since Christmas day are Hoggatt Barber Shop, Radio Shack, J. I. Crossfield. Chevrolet, Oklahoma Natural Gas Co., Chamber of Commerce office and law office of Harvey Yost. 405/372-6542 Office 405/372-7112 Home : Oakley Fence Company , Me QUILTING ---- Free F'~timotes ---- l K~ F * INSTRUCTIONS ;eca1[~ AUTHORIZED BERNINA DEALER W~l~-~V'll~/ ":" ~ ~ltk IT see ~ TOM ~k JANIFER BROWN 1712 Cimsrron Plaza )kt getus t~~ 405-372-7269 , 8tlllwatm, OK PAUL BROWN Stillwoter,2504 EaM;Okla. 74074 }1~ Sixth liSpS, , .... ? maRRy t~ I I I I ira lr I Style J estige Fashions aperna~ Cuts-Sculptured Nails- Facials Perkins Builders Supply lern ls~ Manicures P'r , Acre2[ Now Open to the Public tsaders.+ ~ ' J 125 S. Main rthpla~ Hours: 8 "to 5 Weekdays I e~k;,~, Okt.ho,.. [emg~ Fhe CuUmg Room 8to Noon Saturday * ~ Open 9a.m. to6 p.m. stre~ Located in Main Mall----Phone 372-2090 , f147-fi333 [t he Rckt ,~ SHARON KINZIE I Junior and Misses Sportswear BONNIE COX 708 S. Main II'ghway177.33 Jet. 2 miles east :7=rsws t , Owner'StYlist Stillwater, Okla. 74074 I , whe~l STILLWATER MONUMENT COMPANY / t | ] OUt tc~ NEW &'USED \ .ew Locs.,o.-,,0, s ~...,...o.o /! ilg~ ~rld,~ ~asad~, .R.NW'"E - .,R,.O - "UP'~'" NOBLE COU NTY TRACTOR, Inc. s,,~,c~ ~.~. ~o~ ~..c,,...~t ~.o ~,, / a asada I l ~~o~ ONN,E CUNOmF. OWNZR W. O, PERKINS ON (4A/,F3u72.%a948 Rural Route 3 SAT. 9 TO | PHONE: 377-0274 (405) (After 5:30 p.m.) Stitlwater, Okla 73074 le rui~ HOURS: M. T. TH. F. IO TO 6 HWY. 33 Pfingsl ~ ,, atmg t] ~ ~ Hmmg ~.J:rt. 9 u.n~-6 p.. , [ DuB an] ly patti~ n out] i;:ilj :. 29,~ i1 '!1' Paul's Boot & Saddle Shop ~1~ U "Boot & Shoe ,epoir ~ BI~ J H~ ~~ ~W " Wells AgenGtj " * Soddle & Tack Repair lfldfo/dt~ and e~d~tj H~ C~'e ; ~) Custom Saddles sis u, v l t r MERCURY $~llNmtm',og 74074 BILL WELLS, Broker Room 301 Phone 405/372-~ff~55 First Not'l. Bank BuildinO Stlllwater, Okla. 74074 i i I i i The " Christian o.kstore k reading all ages. Paul J. Rogers Owner 107 W. 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