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February 4, 1993

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PERKINS CHAMBER OFFERING $25 FOR PHOTOS By Lynn Kinder, Chairman th._t.  Economic Development Committee r  j) Perkins Chamber of Commerce voted last summer to develop and )r me Pt quality-of-life brochure that could be used in attracting individuals DOaro. asked messes to relocate to Perkins. ) ...... ,  Chamber&apos;s Economic Development Committee, with the u ce 1 . .. "Jn of OG&E s Business Development Center and Payne County ).rme Ctmic Development Corporation, has the initial wording and layout I Doaro i k . - --t orocaure completed Four color pictures are needed to finish this Bours [0 ". . . timo :t. The Chamber is sohcitmg color photos, along with the negatives, v. submitted for the review of our committee. rd hast Chamber will pay $25 for each photo selected for use in :five y a.. ure. We are looking for photos of our recent Harvest Fest ass a bl3t. IOn, sporting events, civic or church functions or pictures that de schod the good quality of life we experience in Perkins. the cla deadline for sending in your photos is Feb. 20. Please send your tools. and negatives to Lynn Kinder, % Payne County Bank, P.O. Box acres rkins, OK 74059. If you have any questions, please call the trned per office at 547-2131. , with 00ogo00elntire home from The Perkins Journal, Thursday, February 4, 1993 -PAGE 3 SENIOR CITIZENS NEWS BY BETTY BEELER My what a beautiful Sabbath Day the Lord gave us. I hope you all enjoyed it to the fullest. Last Monday night sure was an exciting night at the Senior Cit- izens Music. Jim Music brought the following from Crescent; Lee Brooks Otha Lee Brooks, Ella Jones, Louise Banks, Don Ende- cott, Andy and Olive Wehrlen, Roy and Betty Ransford, Georgia Rice, Veta McGuire, Myrtle Cook, Alice Vance and Edith Clark. Also from Crescent were Ruby Endicott, Hazel Henning, Donna Donaldson, Phyllis Myers, Ennice Johnson, Lavon Phrimer, Ina Don Norris, Madison Cox, Glen and Alta Gooch, Dortis and Edaa Carmichael, Elsie wallace, Reba McClure, Euniee Cassiday, Agnes Linson, Erma Lee Smith, Harold and Lavone Phelan and Clyde and Also from Perkins were Joyce Ools, Mary Burchett, Erma Shaffer, Edith Cretsinger, Margo Hughes, Letha Grimes, Lorayne West, Iia Leach, Frances Burton, Wilia Ram- say, Katherine Cross, Quincy Rusco, Lewis and Barbara Day. Mack Bra- ziel, June Juach, Elsie Grant, Don Prickett, Olga Tomlinson. Dr. Vir- ginia Webb and her husband Perry also joined us. Perry and Bud Smith are related. We were so happy to have all these people to join us and enjoy the music. The musicians were as follows: Bud Smith, Ortha Lee Brooks, Roy and Bett Ransford, Myrtle Pick, Hazel Harming and Harold and Lavone Phalen of Crescent; Jim Music, Alvie Stephens, Robert Tipton, Carroll McGiunis and Bob Scott of Cushing; Aunt Clara Hesser of Glencoe; Marvun Nelson Claud and Mildred Cash, Alpha Bower, Dora Mercer, Ed and Flora Cundiff, Quincy Rusco, Lula Stratton, Gertrude Ishmael and Mack Braziel were there. The Blairs were guests of Jack and Winnie Moser. We had a good meal and lots of good fellowship. The afternoon was spent playing games and quilting. Saturday night, Jan. 30, a group went to Crescent to a bean dinner, which was a fund raiser for the fire department. Those who attended were Mack Braziel, Bob and Beorgia Bumett, Donna Burton, Elsie Gram, Pete and Viola Gunkel, Ed and Flora Cundiff and John and Betty Beeler. The above joined the following at the Senior Citizens for the Saturday night party; Naoma Woods, Alpha Bower, Ella B. McCarty, Veru Wells, Maudetta Triplett, Mike Watts, Wayne and Geraldine Allen, Olga Tomliuson, Joan Botts, Joyce Ools and James Reynolds. My, an evening well spent. On Thursday, Feb. 4, we will be having a chili and stew supper. There will also be several kinds of homemade cobblers to choose from for dessert. The cost is $3.00 for adults and $2.00 for children under 12. Hope to see you then. Wednesday, Feb. 10 is pot luck. Bring a covered dish and join us. This is also the day to get your blood sugar and blood pressure checked and hearing aid service, too. These services are from 9 to noon. We do hope you will feel free to take advantage of these services. That's all for this time, hope to see you there. Virginia Dugger. of Yukon; Woody Patty of Norman; the onla,[#, |11, ]Am, ea, & IP  Those joining us from Marshall Vic Metzger, Allen Cain, Ival 9t LD.L.a. were Pete Myroue, Erma McGin- HesserandVic Denny of Stillwater; VVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVV the C I Ill vvaoilin on, .... nis, MyrtleStreck, Ben Streck and and from Perkins, JimmieDodson, : ANCjELA e last 10 f our di. week, Congress did away from Dover were Myrty and Lela Jimmie Ham and Evelyn Havel. aeone fLUClaers for private school McCormick. Oh my, they were all just great. If V at 9 q, strengthened gun control From Stillwater we had Jack you haven't been to our music night urned prayer to high school and Euen Brian, Dorothy Metzger, you ought to come out and see what  . ) , . V Carroll McLain, Clifford and Lois you have been missing. I'm sure you V Game s Hair Demgns v ld many , Dwightpu missed the passage f the 'McKaughn, Grace Higgins, Ralph will think it is a treat. We do.  is offering V_ board. [laws, don't storry alx,ut it. and Selma Fisher, Kaye Cain, The hostesses were Katherine vanousss during the National Youth Rosalind Wright, Wanda Davis, course others did lend a helping Bessie Maebins and Franklin and hand, which we appreciate. Plenty   Cmod  _..._ 9 Wilma Combs. of good refreshing cakes and ( pt.,t/S  Thru ( harpoo- . Others who attended are; Runt cookies, coffee, tea and just plain  and Elba Vassar and Dale and water. Lila Hart from Cushing; Bill Pot luck was last Wednesday, --k "$22 /Feb. 16, 1993\\; ana ] and Eva Cox of Carney; Odell Jan. 26, with thefollowingpresent, : "Lonx/-lair / 229 S. Main y/e/ ; Giddeon of Drumright; and pete John and Betty Beeler, Donna and Viola Gmlkcl and Glen and Burton, Pete and Viola G-nel, : " 547"5555 / Esther Nottingham of Coyle. Shirley Hemphill, Jack and Winnie  ad many 'r,DwightD miSSll ,.tle passage of the Doara. '3aws, don t worry about it. e citizee done in a mock session of mmnity.rship Congress in Washing- !.C. -Tryon junior Tammi Mcln- Sadler as among the delegates who ............,#re accomplished in a few --aan_ the elected delegates le to get done in full regu- .was a great experience,  Last but not least, those attend- Moser and Paul and Barbara Blair said about her six days / f. -- -,-dhington last week. We met ) (of Rockaway Beach, Miss.). Also .oa [.ective state leaders, learned t <  ms, Othe workinRs of Congress, the historical sites, met i of the national media and I ade some great friends." latire, the daughter of larry txie Johnson of Tryon, and Mclntire, lives with her Bother, Carol Cargill, carries Fade-point average, is active FHA, gifted and talented m and last semester, while lag s_chool in Lexington, was TAMMI MCINTIRE member of the Spanish Club. She's enrolled at PTHS for the spring semester. Her future plans include a college degree with a major in physical therapy. you need someone to that job that you never for? Perkins-Tryon High Band will tackle Ihing (well, almost l)An  support will help send n a performance trip to tonio, Texas t Call one of these jbers and describe the job ou need finished and a ' .-, member, will get in Wtth you. ing from Perkins were Ed and Flora Cundiff, Maudetta Triplett, Vern Wells, Richard Grimm, James Reynolds, Alpha Bower, naoma Woods, John and Betty Beeler, C.N. Thompson, Mike Watts, Sy Watts, Harold Blackman, Alene Blackman, Katherine Watts, Donna Burton, Bob and Georgia Bumett and Virgil and Goldie Bean. For the Future of Your Children JOBS V 0 ) 1: i 064. Mr. Taylor - -,- ii00ob '2425. Band Room ,..+,+ou., inson - Kathy Constlen -Charlssa For Perkins/rryon School Board Hazelbaker Michael Brown ree PERKINS DRUG . Your "Love" Connectmn Assorted Chocolates Candy Hearts Cordial Cherries ve ai l GUes s ,d Poison 03" OOrges Mareiano n B Christian Diet Fruity Hearts GiorgiO ,.. BY Beverty Hills Dharlet,  ex'cla-ma'tion...  Chantilly Lady Stetson Spray Mist Special VALENTINES CARDS FOR THE WHOLE FAMILY Morn - Dad - Sister- Brother Husband - Wife Sweetheart 246 S. Main 547-2414 _ -= "i"i ' " OPEN L + Flowers & Gifts Specials for Valentines .Balloons Fresh Flowers ,Funeral Work .Plants .Gifts of All Kinds Locally owned and operated By Martha Bower Where the heart is... 1. Buy a pound of gourmet coffee 13. Park free 2. Balance your books 14. Get a perm 3. Order flowers 15. Qualify for a !oan 4. See the leaves turn 16. Find a last minute gift 5. Learn a new computer program 17. Get a car wash 6. Rent an apartment 18. Purchase a greeting card 7. Purchase farm supplies 19. Mail a package 8. Make copies 20. Buy health care needs 9. Buy g & oil 21. Insure your belongings 10. Deposit your paycheck 22. Hire a contractor 11. Shopfor furniture/antiques 27. Rent or watch a movie 12. Play m the park 28. Buy a home