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SENIOR CITIZENS NEWS BY BETTY BEELER The Perkins Journal, Thursday, January 21, 1993 -PAGE 3 night, Jan. 11, was a night at the center The was down but the music time go on. Let me you, we miss you when absent. Besides the nine we had 30 watching and We always have plenty to keep you going. hostesses are great and are willing to help you. The were Flora Cundiff and | Gunkel. attending were: Clay- Pat Millington, Wanda Rosalind Wright, Edith Dorothy Metzger and Car- of Stillwater; Odell Giddeon of Drumright; and Vern Wells, Maudetta Triplett, Mike Watts, James Reynolds, Ed and Flora Cundiff, John and Betty Beeler, Opal Redus, Olga Tomlin- son, Raymond and Barbara Davis, Lewis and Barbara Day, Erma Shaffer. Edith Cretsinger, Margo Hughes, Esther Ham, Mack Bra- ziel, Elsie Grant and Jack and Joan Botts of Perkins. The musicians joining us were: Ival Hesser and Vic Metzger from Stillwater; Alvie Stephens of Cushing; Glen Nottingham of Coyle; Don Prickett, Evelyn Havel Jimmie Dodson, Shirley Hemphill and Jimmie Ham of Perkins; and Aunt Clara Hesser from Glencoe. We appreciate our musicians, it is wonderful that they display their talents for us. Why don't you join us to see and hear for yourself. I'm sure you would be back You want to remember that on Monday nights the door is open at 5 for those that like to come early to play games and visit. Wednesday, Jan. 13 was pot luck and LuAnn was there checking blood sugar and blood pressure. Barbara Rollins was also there for hearing aid service. We had a delicious dinner with the following present to enjoy it; limmie and Esther Ham, Wade :round,  "========liiiiiiiiiiiiiilllllllllllllllllllllllllllilii= H ' m arilsc(Cntinued from Page 1) down but the money available has Test scores were questioned. and ce gone up during this same period." "As a whole we are well above A question from the floor ad- 50 percent which is what we are /ells pointed out that each dressed how a new sports program, striving for," said Dr. Webb. "We be a pol member is a citizen of the like wrestling, can be added to had one building that was targeted coty. Perkins-Tryon. and that was in Tryon and the test ud. We have no authority as an in- "Probably," said Wells, "it would scores there have made tremendous ual. We can make no decision go through the superintendent who strides." an, 4 we are assembled as a board." would take a look at the sport Judy Collins, assistant middle _ .While we have no authority and putting it on a board meeting school principal, said: "The com- vy ano ide of the board meetings," puter labs have been a great ira- re three ow inserted, "we are still agenda to discuss." f _sted in what what's going on "We know we are short in many provement and have helped improve , I___l every meeting agenda, there's areas," said Moorman. "One of the test scores." ,n.eCe for public comment. We things contributing to a decision to Roggow's statement summed up any add new sport or course is the the meeting, the wants and needs of rail,, t take any action at that meeting number of participants compared to the school district: " . .we would like to hear what the the cost of the program." "Major money is simply hard to r wno Lhnmfity is thinking." A question from the floor ask- come by. We know there are things nother question was how the ing about starting an all-day kinder- we need. That's how groups, like "18-yearrd could improve its public garten and was answered simply by PIE, can assist by getting needed resident tions9 Roggow: materials for a classroom that don't )teaf thein Us( We are always open to sugges- "Where we would we put it?" have to come out of our budget. " r. "A s," said Moorman. =We would an ad to have an open-line of commu- eograp )1 distriq OnS. It's really easier for the to come to us than for us to o the public. Our meetings are ms open." gells agreed. "We are always in- [] gted in getting more community Ilmek," she said ! I think meetings li this are [ .M step in public relations. appreciate being invited and r IpPreciate everyone who showed " said Roggow. , llc board was asked how much School should keep in reserve for yOvcr the following year? We strive for a 10 percent ver," said Wells. ane carryover, for anyone who V 't understanding what we are Jag about, is the amount we have  'qeh school year. It's like w_ ce in your checkbook. IlSklZ.need so much money to get zzzz cu tause most  the monies ; receive don't come in until later he School year. The state has started a cash tagement program where you WINTER ALE borrow on the money you arc !g to receive. had a carryover of 14.9 g , ent in 89-90, 13.04 in 90-91, 50% - 75% OFF ==  0 91-92 and 8.93 this year," . = _ g,o,,,. MOST ITEMS .  5 arryr  n going Newborn thru Ladies Wear Pychasing computers for all ncnOols, building improvements KIDS' STUFF RESAtE . the COmmons area in the high lJ i,.,,.,,.,5, , Wells said. v"  also air conditioned the Rosewood Hills npic$school, and had to purchase ..'[? new vehicles. One school Sfillwaler - 10-5:]0 tues.-Sat. ____.m  burned and another ,xzdStolen, said Moorman., "But, Cut'the carryover may have gone :EItoWl}HISN{]OI00NK CARS ,N* TRUt; BESTIN00EwDEALSITherel :you go! I vt . . Oldsmobile ay, CONVENIENT DRIVE-UP MEMBER IFI Mon-Fri 7:30-6:00 Sat 9:00-12:00 LAUNDRY & CLEANERS INC. 402 S. Main Stillwator, OK 405-372-0644 Hearing Tests Set For Cushing i Cushing-- FREE electronic beadng tests will be given ,at the Cimarron Hearing Aid I Center Monday thin Friday 9-4, Wednesday 1-4. Anyone who hat trouble hearing is I welcome to have a test using our modem electronic equipment to determine if his I loss is one which may be helped.  of the cues of hearing los= will be I of how the ear works will be shown. =0000kfter Only Eight Months, Our Weight Control Program is Definitely Missing Something... "t 000 Pounds!' ;/'.About 1, .. [Card the latest about Stillwater Medical eater's New Direction Weight Manage- teat System? It works! Oaly eight months, our clients have IrlllCkly and safely lost overl,000 pounds. rod, because New Direction is a complete 'eight management system - not a diet ' Call today for you FREE ?F orientation to learn more about NEW DIRECTION ;.t.,= ,  e for those with 40 or more pounds to lose or OUTLOOK for hose with less than 40 pounds to lose. We'll be happy to help get you on the road to a healthy life for the rest of you life! The Healthy Lifestyles Place 624.1260 .__.ey'll probably never see those excess Ipds again. New Direction emphasizes .LONG weight control rather than Harris, Pete and vmia (.iunkel, Claud and Mildred Cash, Alpha Bower, Donna Burton, Bob and Georgia Bumett, Gertrude Ishmael, Dora Mercer, LuAnn Boettler, Jack and Joan Botts, John and Betty Beeler and Mack Braziel. Monday, the ladies put another quilt in the frames. It is Brenda Gill's quilt and it sure is pretty, it is a Dutch Sun Bonnet Girl. Friday, Jan. 12 was Birthday Dinner. There are lots of peo- ple that have birthdays in January. The birthday people are Josephine Bays, Rosa Rains, Gertrude Ish- mael, Ruby Dodson, Mack Bra- ziel, Effie Emerson, Joh- Beeler, Flora Ctmdiff, Evelyn Havel, Edith Cretsinger, and Jeff and Brenda ";ill. Those present for the dinner were Gertrude Ishmael, Mack Braziel, John Beeler, Flora Cundiff and Jeff and Brenda Gill. The Happy Birthday song was lead by Jimmie Ham after Gertrude Ishmael led the group in the flag salute. The prayer was then given by Pastor Jeff Gill of the Christian Church. I.G.A. furnished another beautiful birthday cake, it was chocolate with white icing, decorated in mauve and a beautiful shade of blue. Thank you I.G.A. This is so nice of them and we really do appreciate it. We had a delicious meal and everyone seemed to enjoy it and the fellowship. It was nice to have Brenda, Jeff, Chad, Cassie and Christie Gill join us. Others present other than the birthday people were Bob and Georgia Burnett, Lula Stratton, Betty Beeler, Ed Cundiff, Jimmie and Esther Ham, Jack and Joan Botts, Alpha Bower, Dora Mercer, Elsie Grant and Shirley Hemphill. After dinner Geraldine and Wayne Allen joined us. Some quilted, others played Tic and dominoes. It was a good day, thank you one and all. Just a reminder, the Mystery Dinner is coming up the 22nd and the second pot luck on the 27th. The Payne County Assessor will be at the center on Feb. 2 from 9 to 4. We have a party every Saturday evening from 5 to 9:30. We had a nice crowd o : turday night with everyone hm,g fun. Those present were Jack and Joan Botts, Bob and Georgia Bumett, Virgil and Goldie Bean, Claud and Mildred Cash, Ed and Flora Cundiff, Mike Watts, Shirley Hemphill, Olga Tomlinson, Elsie Grant, Wayne and Geraldine Allen, Alpha Bower and John and Betty Beeler. That's all for this time folks. See ya. oAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAo "SM" auctions get the actio4M  STYRLING MILLER ,p=r. REArL ESTATE & AUCTIONS We Specialize in all types of Auctions Auto Life Fire Truck Commercial Monthly Payments RICK JARVIS Insurance Agent (405) 547-5175 114 S. Main Perkins, OK Farmers New Wodd Life Instance Go. Mercer bland. WA SIRLOIN TIPS LA Y HUFF For Perkins-Tryon School Board Larry Huff believes there are three important factors needed to achieve a strong school system, they are: 1. An open-minded school board willing to listen to and uphold the rights of the Administration, faculty and staff. 2. The encouragement of parental and community input and participation in conjunction with the school board and administration. 3. The need to listen to the ideas of the student body and to support all activities from educational to extracurricular. Remember, this is your school system! ! VOTE LARRY HUFF for Perkins-Tryon School Board NEW! Progressive U-Pick-Em in 17#'s for $350 Will Add $50 Each Session Until It Reaches $2,000, Then One Number Will Be Added Each Session Consolation $200 All Minis Will Pay 100%.70% , Jan. 20 Hardluck Nighe Bingo on the Hardluck '4111 Number and Receive Ss.oo Ja/l. Worst Card "75 $1 Blackout '400 on Bon $400 Progressive Black-out Starts in 57#'s Consolation $200 A Number Added Each Week