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THE PERKINS JOURNAL-THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 6, 1997 SCHOLARSHIP FUNDING is the topic of discussion at the .initial meeting of Meridian Technology Center Foundation's advisory com- mittee. Serving in an advi- sory capacity to the Founda- tion are, standing from left, Harland Wells, Perkins; D. Jo Ferguson, Pawnee; Ernest Davis, Guthrie; and Malinda Berry Fischer, Stillwater. Seated from left are Angie Heddleston, Foundation sec- retary/treasurer; Vonda Evans, Foundation develop- ment officer, and John Cathey, Stillwater. Commit- tee member Dr. Francis Tuttle, Stillwater was unable to attend. 135 ;= S. Main N Call Attorneys At Law • Perkins 547-2479 or Women's Council Women's Council of the First Christian Church met for their regular meeting January 21, 1997, with Ruth Wassell presid- ing over the meeting. Aanita Eades opened the'meeting with her devotion, "Friendship in Love", reading scriptures from 1st John 4:11. She also shared rhymes and scriptures taken from memory books belong to Mr. Eades' great-grandmother. The Women's Council prayer fol- lowed, given in unison• Minutes of the previous meet- ing and treasurer's report were iven by the secretary. Groul? members will continue making lap robes and bibs as their prqject to be given to mem- bers at home and to the nursing h()mes. Aanita will chair the can- celed stamp collecting project. Card chairman, Okemah, re- ported having mailed many kinds of cards to members this past month. The group will be serving the IAons Club in July. "Thank you" correspondence was read, received from the Cypert family for the recent con- tribution sent to medical re- search in memory of their son, David, and the meal served to the family. Ruth offered prayer for the ill and shut-ins. Prayers and thoughts go out to Margret Gra- ham who suffered a light stroke recently. Congratulations to Deno and Tonya Lester, a baby girl (Jordon Lyle) and to Bryan and Abby Whitmore, a baby boy (William Grey). Martha Bowyer presented the program, "Many Wonders, The Hen Egg" from the book "Strange Short Stories". God or- dains all nature with a bond of love, skill and wisdom. She read scriptures from Luke 13:34 and John 6:3-5. Closing benediction was prayed in unison. The next regular meeting will holds meeting be February 18, with Okemah as program leader. At the close of the meeting Ruth served refreshments of brownies and coffee to Martha White, Okemah Darby, Martha Bowyer and grandson, Aaron Johnson, Aanita Eades, and Geraldine Allen. II II I , .... i i School menu this week: *MONDAY, February 10 - Break- fast: long johns or asst. cereal; sau- sage pattie; asst. fruit juice; toast for cereal; variety milk. Lunch: Frito chili pie w/shredded cheese or fish nuggets', salad; peaches; variety nfilk. 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