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The Perkins Journal Thursday, January 5, 1984 -- PAGE 9 ' COYLE NEWS in their house on Christ- Cody and Eric, all of Those attending were Mr. Donna Burton Monday. HOLIDAY VISITORS many urban people who really scarce. Hope to ao yVelmaDowney mas eve. They also would Guthrie; Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. Roger Sneed, Congratulations to Mr. Holiday visitors of Mr.love to hunt have fed the better next week. istmas day guests in like to express their Larry Philfips, iris and Rodney and Reagan of and Mrs. Tom Black of and Mrs. Wesley Scale quail or other birds? This --- "~ )me of Mr. and Mrs. deepest appreciation to all Lore of Ponca City; Mr.Stillwater, Mr. and Mrs. Mt. Pleasant, Tex. on were Mrs. Scale's mother, snow cover will take its toll Mr, and Mrs. Bud tst Bentley were Mr. the other people who and Mrs. Pat Todd Don Williams of Guthrie; their 50th wedding anne- Mrs. Cora Moore, El of wildlife. VanDever's son and faln- ?,:~ Mrs. Pat Todd helped. The quick re- Smalley of Edmond; Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Ronald versary. -o- Monte, Calif. and sister, .... ely have returned to ey, Edmond; Mr. spense by the fire and Mrs. Earnest Bentley, Hatter, Tim and Paula; Mrs. Earlene Williamsen No one wants to tell on Louisiana after a visit in ~drs. Larry Phillips, department surely savedMr. and Mrs. Tim Spence, Mr. and Mrs. Mike Moss,PRENATAL CI~SSES of Bloomington, Calif. themselves so news is Oklahoma. and Lore of Ponca their home from burninng. Joshua and Lukas of Heather, Cory and Kyle; -o- " -o- Brian Elston of .... Coyle. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Moss, TO BEGIN JAN. 9 ater; Kenneth Stout,The Coyle Senior cite- After dinner a gift Steve and Rick, all of A new series of prenatal CLARKSON.OAKDALE ~~,,.~ ~,-,~~ ~e and Rickey Bent- zens held their December exchange was held around Coyle and Mrs. Helen classes is scheduled at NEWS Stillwater Medical Center,By Belle Whitmore ~ You Are Invited To: Coyle. meeting with a Christmas a gaily lighted Christmas Rader of Oklahoma City, beginning January 3, Mr. and Mrs. Obert ~ Monday the day dinner, the tables were tree. -o- 1984. The four-week class Ingles and Brenda, Cas- q'w~o . vT o. ! iz -/ !* z-~! ___ Christmas Brian decorated with Christmas .... MEHAN MESSAGES will inform parents-to-be per, Wyo., have returned [41rst unlteo lvletnoolst Ullurcn a of Stillwater came decorations and turkey Mr. and Mrs. Jack Another great week. about the impending home after spending a (e .......... ..... )r his grandmother, and dressing with all the Downey, Perkins, enter- There were 110 people in hospital and birth exper- vacation with his parents, ~ |005 E. ttirk - l'erkJns 7. Earnest Bentley andtrimmings was served, rained as their guests the Church Sunday starting her to Guthrie to the Mrs. Jack Coker presid-day after Christmas with a the year off right--in the ience, says Ruth Cebik, Mr. and Mrs. Devere 7_ "~ Head Nurse in the Labor Ingles. Lawrence Single- ~ Where God's word ,s taught and Y I of his parents, Mr. ed at the regular business buffet dinner in their Lord's house, and Delivery Department ton, Edmond, also spent a ~ . . . . ,~ ~ n Mrs. Glen Elston, meeting which opened home. Mrs. Cecil Downey We had two birthdays,and coordinator for the few days with his grand- ~ preaenea. LuKe t~:e-O i and Jeff. Mrs. ]fith the flag salute and gave the invocation pro- Kay Wagner and Darla parents, the Ingles. m'~ /, course. [L?Y was an overnight the Lord's Prayer. ceding the dinner. Zetterberg. Happy Birth- The classes will be held --- Sunday, January 8, 1984 .~ Those having birthdays Those present were Mr. day, girls, on four consecutive Mon- This cold weather has ~ " " ~. i. and Mrs. Earnestwere Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. Delmar Pepmil. Larry and LeeAnn Es- day evenings from 7:30 to played havoc with water IF toY would like to Lawrence Miller. Mrs. ler of Brandon, Miss., Mr. linger celebrated an anne- 9:30 in the hospital systems in Coyle. Some ~ td~rdZAlt~ nave n~ ~tTnnw, ][ .~f~ ~) ~ss their deepest Miller baked the birthday and Mrs. Charles Downeyversary. Congratulations. classroom. There is no people have been out of q) v ........ j~ v~ ,yv~ a.affi~ (~ ~s and appreciation to cake and Happy Birthdayand daughters, Carrie Next Sunday night will charge, and the class is water for weeks in their [- :\ ToyleFireVepartment was sung to them. Jane and Stephanie of be our business meeting, open to the public, homes. The gas pressure ~ Matt. 3:13-17 efficient work they Those present were Mr. Yates Center, Kansas; We hope everyone will Topics to be discussed in town was a problem, 7_ _~ and Mrs. Bud Vandeveer,Mr. and Mrs. Richard come and help make the over the four-week period but it seems to be OK ~ ~, Mr. andMrs. EdLester, Hale and son, Jason of decisions, will include obstetrical now. I Se:o Pn erkinsCable?Ch. 7, Mondaysl0a.m. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Coker, Tulsa; Mr. and Mrs. MaxOur church building anesthesia, family rela ..... i Mr" and Mrs" Eugene DwneY' Miss Cindy prject is Progressing tionships, post-partum There is an el rig ~ Bill StaeY, Pastor 47 O (o House, Mr. and Mrs. Downey and Kent McVey right along. The tapers are care, newborn care and drilling in Coyle now.~ " Phones: 5 -20 3 BIBLE STUDENTI Earnest Bentley, Mr. and of Stillwater; Miss Sherry through, the doors are finances. Several films will ~xe year 1984 wouldMrs. Wallace Gunkel, Mr. Craycraft and Mark Down- hung and the rock on the be shown, and discussions The Ea~est Bentleys ~) Parsonage 547 5177 ja good time to and Mrs. Walter Smith, ey, Perkins, Mr. and Mrs. front is up. We are getting will center on the experi- had their flue catch on fire ~ ~te more medita- Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Elmer Downey, and Mrs. ready for the painting and ence of being a new but they were lucky to get a- [on the reading and Miller, Mrs. Martha Dob- Cecil Downey of Coyle. carpet. If this warmer parent. The class also will it extinguished before too ~ying of the Bible. son and Mrs. Essa Hicks. During the afternoon weather hangs around for tour the maternity depart- much damage. ~idwriting the young ( The remainder of the Jack Downey telephone awhile we could get a lot of mont. o- Vincent VanBebber vis-- - - -- - _ _-- _ .... _ ..... - - Timothy, the ~ evening was spent in his brother Joe Wayne painting done. - ited eight days with his 15ecause of the pleasantly crowded condition at le Paul said: ~ playing games. Downey in Anchorage, We, from Mehan Union DOGHOUSE FIRE grandparents recently, the present and our desire to have room for y to show thyself ~ .... Alaska, also telephone Church, want to wish you BURNS TWO MEN Tbe White Rock vacation future growth, we at ;'[roved unto God, a ~ Mrs. Fannie Smalley calls were received from a prosperous and G~-fill- WYNONA -- Two Wy- was not the same time as d[gman that needeth ~ entertained her family another brother, Jim ed year. o- ~] to be ashamed, ~ with a Christmas BuffetDowney of Pawhuska; his - nona men are in intensive Harrah and Wellston, so First Baptist Church care at Hillcrest Burn he came up here and lily dividing the~ dinner Friday evening, two sisters, Mrs. Gustav EDENCHAPELNEWS Center, whenahose blew visited, willbeginhaving ~of_truth.,, (2 Tim.t December 23 in her home. Furgal and Mrs. Jack Byrd By Donna Burton off a butane stove in an oil .... Relatives attendingof Bella Vista, Ark., that School started Jan. 2 at were Mr. Glen Elston, they are unable to attend _._~e 39 books of the ~ We wish everyone a rig doghouse at a drilling Happy NewYear. site near Bristow. Both Coyle. testament and the ~ who gave the invocation, due to the icy roads. The "Country Girl Ca- Morning Worship Services _~/oks in the New ~Mrs. Glen Elston and their A Christmas ~ ex- The weather is better men were in the doghouse than last week. when the hose slipped fe in Coyle burned the beginning January 1, 1984. tement offer inspir- i~ sons, Scott and Jeff; Mr. change was held around a Friday guests of Jessiefrom the stove and other day and was a Our Sunday morning schedule will be: for aToages, and Mrs. Kenneth Stout,gaily lighted ChristmasTaylor were Mr. and Mrs. sprayed butane through-complete loss. It was 8:30-9:35 Early Worship Service Mr. and Mrs. Kenton tree. Kelly Powell, Mr. and out the building, operated by Dean Carrol.9:45-10:45 Sunday School Stout, Zachery and Kri ..... Mrs. Ted Prickett, Mr. -o- A two-story house on 51,10:50-12:00 Morning Worship sha, Mr. and Mrs. Kim Christmas Eve Family and Mrs. Jerry Beverage, also burned to the ground Stout and Kimberly; Mr.get-together in the home Mr. and Mrs. Mike r ,~ '~;'-'~--'----------~ recently. and Mrs. Billy Lowery, of Mrs. Bessie Moss. McCullough, Kelly Powell / "~//have Q I you are looking for a church home, @e invite and Rick Prickett. This cold weather is you to come worship with us. New Year's eve at Mr. / nice weekend.I hard on livestock and and Mrs. Lee Murlin and .................animals. I wonder how -" ,_m ..... : ~ _ = - _ 6 pack 24 Hours -- e family was enjoyed by Gennie Hogan and Tony Rodriques of Oklahoma City, Mr. and Mrs. John Dodson and family, the Matneys, Frank Sutliff, and Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Price and Tiffany. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Taylor visited Mrs. Elsie Pock Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Burton visited Mr. and iMrs. Earl Ware Thursday evening. Pauline Franklin hosted a birthday dinner for her son, Gary Franklin and his family Tuesday evening. Those attending were Paul Strickland, Mr. and Mrs. Dodson and family, Rich- ard Dugas, and Mr. and Mrs. Lee Murlin and family. Perkins, Oklahoma Sunday afternoon Mr. el ~ ~ and Mrs. Harry Peter- mann and family visited ~" Mr. and Mrs. Gary Strub li', '~:~:~:~ [C:~::~:~:~:~::~~1~:~!~~ and family of Perry. Sunday evening visitors "X" of Mr. and Mrs. Lee ST CHARGE IT.T i Murlin and family were Mr. and Mrs. Bill Gaskins of Cushing, Mr. and Mrs. Campbell. Jeff also spent the night and Monday. ~~ C~~~ ~ Mr. and Mrs. Gene ~ ~. Colorado visited Mr. and Mrs. Bob Burnett Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Moor and Margret Friday " , evening va. se your C dit Card to Mickey Sutliff spent several days with Kenny LY..$~ ~ Murlin. Jana and Kathy uerted~ ~ a SU] ~[~rl[ ~ Murlin spent several days with LaDonna Sutliff last m n.~ d,.~ , & 1LT .week. Monday evening Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Peter- UUt .A l ew i mann and girls from @ ~- Woodward and Mr. and an Mrs. E. A. Petermann of .~ Stillwater visited Mr. and Mrs. Harry Petermann and family. Order A Book * Pauline Franklin and is Good with Us! If you live outside the Perkins Telephone Exchange, Use our Number is 405-547-2411) ~- Donna Burton visited ~"Lyllys Morton in Stillwater "~" Friday. "~" Monday Mr. and Mrs. "~" Jack Sutliff from Spring- ~.~ field, MO., Ramonda, Mickey and LaDonna and "~" Richard Dugas and Jeff @ .~. Campbell visit~i Mr. and .~. Mrs. Lee Murlin and .~. family. ,~. Arlene Matney and ~. Donna were Sunday even- ~ ing dinner guests of Mr. ~.and Mrs. Delbert Price ~-and Tiffany. ~.Mr. and Mrs. Hard Petermann and famil) "X* visited Mrs. Verna Smith ~" at Orlando Friday after- noon. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Sutliff from Missouri visited the Matneys Satur- day. Pauline Franklin visited New S ews/ ' otf can see by the car tracks that people are going ~ ....... places despite the heavy snows. Olhers. like you and .~-- ~" -1 "'P t' I, gl c ire ed ii---I:ecause '~ .~ the new-lallen snow is beailliful aud we want lo on- . .. It joy it and [oo~ at the p ehlres it makes on the l,tud- l~l~ ihe ~urcn is bOl'S appointed ollnry in lhii ~lili~ ~V~ world for ilmoding the knowledge of His love ~ scape Also. that frosty, crackly wired that comes to,,~, o,d ol ~ d.,~,.~ fo,.mo, to reload i~i with the first snows blows roses in our cheeks and to thai Save by Iovl~ his nel|hb~r Wdheui .~ ~'~ " ~' new energy and expectations into otlr hearts. We ~.~ this gr0vod~ in the love of God, no govern. ~.V) " - mint Or seliety or way of life will lmlg ~ c3n'[ wail to get out aiid do [hill,S and be with lltriivl,! end the freodems which we hold le ~4 people. i% door will h~ltilohtl perish, lhiitfoll, evill *il~i f,om o selfish point of view, one should solpeli ~ A New Year is tlpon lie. What wondfrftll things this the (hutch for the sole of the wilfore of him ~" " " '~ year can bring. Does the New Year lying before you iV~ lilt and hi; comely, le#ond thor however ~ _ - - - - ' . ' ' ~, with its promise, fil you with new life and excited every I~,son she,old uphold one portkipole in ~i~ ex ~ectations like the new snow mentioned above? :~: the (horib beous, it tells the truth obout ~ I: " . i:.~ man i hie, deoth and destiny; the truth which ~,/~ ~ e ) '1 ~ '1 , r . May ~.~ur NeW ~ al [e a ha~p) and trcsperous) olone will silt hm fee to live as o child of ~ i ;'t ' ' ~ ' rod ~ ~ne. and may yOU findgreat peace every day ~V~~,.~:.~:,:~:L~,.~;'~O~.~~' ~y' through worship and spiritual blessings each week ~c.,.**.A~. through attending cllurch. McDaniel & Son Hdwe Bill and Joan McDaniei 111 S. Main 547-2472 Perkins, Okla. I I The Christian Bookstore Cimarron Plaza 372-4999 Stillwater il , , H,IU mH, H , Wyatt's Cafeteria Cimarron Plaza. 377-1778 StiIlwater IIIII I A-I Tank Trucks, Inc. Oilfield Tank Truck Service 547.205s .......... Perkins 'Y' Livestock Auction Sale Every Wednesday 547-2533 Perkins, OK Perkins TV & Appliance RCA'Whirlpool-bitton 547-2177 Hwv. 177 M . ~rkil~,~)ldahoma Baker's Dry Goods 102 S. Main Perkins 547-2461 III Ralph's Packing Co. Custom Butchering .. and Processing b47.2464 e.erkq~s~ ~K [ I IIIIIII I / LONG'S Main Street in Coy|e Open 7 Days a Week 7 a.m. to 10 p.m. 466..3896_ _ 466-9~3 Compliments of Mac's Corner Corral 547-5183 Cooper Mud Company ~ N. Michigan Cushing, Oklahoma 918-225-2705 .............................m_ ~ .....