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Local THE PERKINS JOURNAL, Thursday, January 30, 2014. A3 Check out these new books at the Perkins Library The Perkins Library, also Gods of Guilt by ConneUy Secret 6 by Kilmeade MYSTERY Johnson McKay known as Thomas-Wil- hite Memorial Library, has ordered several new )oks and would like for readers to peruse the titles. Events scheduled for the future include a Mom and Son "Knight" Out for February 7, 6:30 p.m. at the library. Cos- tumes are encouraged for both Knights and Moms (,perhaps a Princess costume??) A fun evening for all. ADULT FICTION All Girl Filling Stations Last Reunion by Flagg Christmas Bliss by Andrews Command Authority by Clancy Cross my Heart by Pat- terson Dark Witch by Roberts Doctor Sleep by King Dust by ComweU Fatal Tide by Wiehl Goldfinch by Tartt Gone by Patterson Husband's Secret by Moriarty King and Maxwell by Baldacci Lamp Black, Wolf Grey by Brackston Light of the World by Burke Longest Ride by Sparks Someone else's love by Jackson Storm Front by Sandford. Sycamore Row by Grisham Term Limits by Flyrm Thankless in Death by Robb W is for Wasted by Graf- ton ADULT NON-FICTION Dyslexia Empowerment by Foss Emerald Mile by Fedarko George Washington's I am Malala by Yousafzai Pioneer Woman Cooks a Year of Holidays by Drum- mond Superparenting for ADD by Hallowell The 5 Love Languages by Chapman The Bread Bible by Be- ranbaum These Few Precious Days by Andersen Things that Matter by Krau- thammer Tip and the Gipper by Mat- thews CHRISTIAN FICTION Quarryman's Bride by Peterson Return to Me by Austin The Amish Seamstress by Clark The Icecutter's Daughter by Peterson To Have and to Hold by Peterson Damned if you Do by Robert Parker Darling Dahlias and the Confederate by Albert Deception on all accounts by Hoklotubbe Double by Pelecanos. Duck the Halls by Andrews Ghost Gone Wild by Hart Ghost Medicine by Thurlo Home for the Haunting by Blackwell Killing Custar by Coel Minor Adjustment Beauty Salon by Smith Proof of Guilt by Todd Question of Honor by Todd Remnants of Murder by Casey Silencing Eve by Johansen Sound and the Furry by Quinn Spider Woman's Daughter by Hillerman, A Spirit of Steamboat by Perkins Exceeds United Way Goal By Suzette Barte I love living in Perkins. When it comes to generos- ity, I would put the people of Perkins up against pretty much anybody. Case in point: we just blew the top off our United Way ther- mometer by raising fnore than $56,000. When the Board of Direc- tors for the Srillwater Area UnflTod Way announced a 20t3 goal of $875,000 with a Perkins campaign z goal of $46,000, I have to admit I was nervous. Our 2012 total in Perkins was $44,000 -- which I consid- ered:'absolutely amazing! I just wasn't sure how we were going to top it this year. Oh me of little faith. Some notable sources of income for this year's campaign include the Pistol Pete 5K and Fun Run which raised $4723. Children's activities such as coin drives at Perkins- Tryon Schools raised $1778. The silent auction hosted at Payne County Bank raised $2150. This year's campaign also had several individual large donors--some choosing to remain anonymous. As in the past, the employ- ees of Payne County Bank were a driving force behind the success of this year's campaign. In addition to the silent auction, events such as-cinnamon roll sales, cili cook-off, and casual Fridays raised significant funds. The employees themselves-- many through monthly payroll deduc- tions--donated thousands of dollars to support United Way. I cannot say enough about two individuals associated with this year's Perkins campaign: Chris Petermann and Gene Wollenberg. Chris Petermann (Payne County Bank) is a member of the SUAW Board of Directors and served as this year's overall campaign Chair. I cannot imagine what kind of stress is associated with being charged with raising $875,000. Gene Wollenberg (Payne County Bank) served with me as the co-chair for the Perkins campaign. Let me tell you this...Gene Wol- lenberg has a huge heart for the United Way and his dedication to the 2014 CLINIC aennme; - ParU00 - Retries 321 N. Main in Peddns campaign is a big part of what made it such a huge success! Thank you Chris and Gene for what you do to make Perkins such a wonderful small town. Oh and by the way, Per- kins is not the only part of the campaign to make goal. The overall campaign for the Stillwater Area United Way did make the goal of $875,000 this year. Thanks to the generosity of people in Perkins and all across Payne County, organiza- tions such as Judith Karman Hospice, Wings of Hope, The Salvation Army, Big Brothers lig Sisters, Amer- ican Redmss, Girl Scouts, Boy Scouts and many more will receive financial assis- tance they so desperately need...tt our citizens desperately need. Visit stillwaterunitedway'rg to learn more. Tha: you Perkins for giving..for volunteer- ing.., for caring. YOUNG ADULT Emerald Green by Gier Goliath by Westerfeld House of Hades by Rior- dan OCD Love Story by Haydu Reveals by Cast Smoke by Hopkins This is What Hap- py Looks Like by Smith Unsouled by Shusterman EASY Berenstain Bears Happy Halloween by Berenstain Captain Cat by Moore Click Clack Boo a Tricky Treat by Cronin Daisy gets Lost by Ra- schka Five Little Monkeys Trick or Treat by Christelow Joumey by Becker Mountain Dog by Engle Mr. Wuffles by Wiesner Nugget and Fang by Sauer Otis Christmas by Long Pete the Cat and His Magic Sunglasses by Dean Tea Party Rules by Dyck- man JUVENILE A Pass and a Prayer by Bee Amber Brown is on the move by Danziger Apprentices by Meloy Attach of the Ninja Frogs by Vernon Bad News/Good News by Bryant Binny for Short by Bold Beauty by MackaU Boy on the Porch by Creech Counting by 7's by Sloan Curse of the Were-Wiener by Vernon Double Dug Dare by Graft Dragonet Prophecy by Sutherland Eager Star by Mackall Find Zasha by Barrow Freaky Fast Frankie Joe by Clifton Hard luck by Kinney How to Break a Dragon's heart by CoweU How to steal a Dragon's Sword by Cowell Lair of the Bat Monster by Vernon Lego Ninjago: Cole, Ninja of Earth by Farshtey I_ego Ninjago: Jay, Ninja of Lightning by Farshtey Lego Ninjago: Zane, Ninja of Ice by Farshtey Letters from the Heart by Brant Midnight Mystery by Mackall Saving the Stegosaurus by Stone True Blue Scouts of Sugar Man Swamp by Appelt Unhappy Appy by Mack- all Wild Thing by Mackall JUVENILE NON-FIC- TION The Merriam-Webster Diction of Synonyms and Antonyms The Manga Guide to Molec- ular Biology by Masaharu Filing period opens for commission seats By Van Mitchell Journal Staff Writer The filing deadline for city commission races in Perkins will be Monday Feb. 3 through Wednesday, Feb. 5 at the Payne County Election Board. Candidates can file on those dates from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Two seats on the Perkins city commission are up for re-election. Ward 2 is currently held by Don Sagersa and Ward 4 is held by John Dragoo. Both their terms expire in April. can (4os) stz-ra)4 tot amantment Hours: 8 a.m. to 400o9.m. 4:30 to NoOn Monday-Th Friday 7:30 Hours: a.m. to 5 p.m. 6p.m. Saturday 7:30 a.m. to Noon *Effective February 1, 2014 ] ,00rkins Branch Lobby Hours: Monday-Thursday 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Friday 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Saturday 8 a.rn. to Noon Drive-thru Hours: Monday-Thursday 7:30 a.m. to 5 Friday 7:30 a.m. to 6 p.m. Saturday 7:30 a.m. Friday, February 7th p-T High S00I7PTcIm mons Proceeds hdp with: