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A6-THE PERKINS JOURNAL, Thursday, February 10, 2005 By Pat Merrell Greetings to everyone from No School Friday, Feb. 18 Carney. The Town Council will The Basketball District Tour- hold board meeting Thursday, nament begins Feb. 10-12 at Feb. 10 at 6 p.m. in the Com- Mason. munity Center. At this time they -Church News will announce the candidates Welcome to all those who visited who will be running for the town us Sunday. Sunday, Feb.13, FBC board council and the city-clerk/ invites you to worship with us and treasure, after service join us for the noon The Town Water Dept. had to potluck lunch and fellowship. It chlorinate the water system due to will be a great day of celebration having a problem in the lines, in the Lord. The Firemen held their monthly As the framing continues to go meeting, which during this time up, the baptistery has been ordered they discussed plans for the 2005 and expected to arrive this week. Fireman's Festival to be held June The men plan to build the stage 25. If you would like to volunteer and install the baptistery within the to help in any way please con- next two weeks. God continues to tact one of the firemen or Chief bless FBC in so many ways. We Wilson. are so grateful to the men who vol- We welcome Earl and Regina unteer their time and work and to Arnold to Carney. They have the ladies and men of FBC who purchased Velma McFarland's prepare the noon meals. home. Bro. Joe's morning message The town of Carney sends our "All Scripture-Proven Authority condolences to the A.J. Doman comes from 2 Timothy 3:16-17. and Paul Doman families in the God's word, Holy scripture is a loss of Christine McGee. The collection of 66 books written town of Carney sends our condo- by over 35 authors in a period lences to the Goodbary families in of 1500 yrs without any error the loss of Doris. or contradiction. God's word is in *School News complete harmony. The Old Testa- The Ag. Boosters did a great ment is the prophecy of a Messiah job on their baked potato dinner to come. The New Testament is during the game Friday night, the fulfillment of prophecy to the and my goodness, it is tough to nth degree. It is a witness of the out bid some people for those prophesied Messiah's birth, life, fabulous desserts they have for death and resurrection and the the silent auction, prophecy of His return for His The 2005-2006 Carney Basket- bride, the church of the One true ball Homecoming King Ricky living God. We are to study to Evans and Queen Kala Avers show'ourselves approved Then was crowned Friday night during we are to practice what is right halftime of the boys game. The The Bible is a purifying agent, Freshman attendants: Eric Evans practical agent, perfect agent and and Brandy Bailey; Sophomore a precious agent. attendants: Chance Townsend When God's word is rightly andRyanO'Donnell;Junioratten- followed, He will bless us. The dants: Shane Cameron and Kasey eveni, ig message, "In Unity" is Hoover; Senior attendants: Char- from Psalm 133:1-3. In a world lie O'Donnell and Kala Avers; of seeming chaos and confusion, Senior attendants: Ricky Evans God is in perfect control. and Rebekah Scrogum. Crown When man keeps his eyes on the bearer, Gunner Evans and Flower prize of the kingdom of God and girl, Cambi Cmbtree. His righteousness, it is no longer The Spirt Award was given about man but God. Gods desire tot Senior Cheerleader Ashley is for his children to get along. He Simms. Congratulations to surely did not expect we would everyone, all get along in perfect unity. In Friday, Feb. 4, the Regional fact, it is good to be separated FCCLA Competitive Events at times. The gospel is spread as was held in Enid. Senior Ashley we faithfully do His work. From Simms, the Carney FCCLA the highest to the lowest, each is President, represented the Carney precious in His sight. He provides chapter. Ashley competed in Job for each one. He allows us to be Interview, Sr. Division where she a blessing to others through the placed second out of a group of blessings He provides to us. We, four. This was Ashley's first year invite you to worship the Lord to compete, with us at FBC-Camey. CARNEY BREAKFAST M O B(Illy ?J I ~ Cereal or bacon, toast, jelly, juice, milk. Cereal or Cream of Wheat, toast, jelly, hash browns, catsup, milk. Cereal or sausage gravy, biscuits, jelly, juice, milk. Cereal or waffles w/syrup, toast, jelly, juice, milk NO SCHOOL LUNCH Ml/Bday. ?J l~: Pizza, corn, salad, pears, milk. T~llltdly. 2/ l~: Chicken fried steak, mashed potatoes w/gravy, salad, peaches, milk. ~II1P=IglIIY~: Nachos, salad, refried beans, pudding, milk. Hamburgers w/fixings, fries, orange slices, milk. Er ldily 2Zl~ NO SCHOOL RIPLEY BREAKFAST M.OBfllIY ?dI~ Breakfast bars, cheddar munchers, or cereal & toast or biscuits & gravy, milk/juice. Sausage pancake sticks, peanut butter, syrup, or cereal & toast or biscuits & gravy, applesauce, milk/juice ~@a~dllly~dl~ Sausage links, biscuits & gravy or cereal & toast, milk/juice. Variety glazed donuts, or cereal & toast or biscuits & gravy, milk/juice NO SCHOOL LUNCH M.O.flIIIiy ?J I~: Sweetheart pizza, golden corn, Valentine cookies, milk/juice. Iglllidlly. 2/ l~: Tacos, lett/tom/cheese, sour cream, apple spice cake w/icing, milk/juice. ~/IidBRdlI1L2/I~: Cheesie ravioli, garlic rolls, golden corn, tropical fruit, milk/juice Illgllldlly~: BBQ on a bun, fries, pickle chips, pears, milk/juice. NO SCHOOL Spanish Mass Join us for the celebration of the Mass in Spanish at Sts. Peter and Paul Catholic Church in Cushing - Saturday, Feb. 19 and the 3 Saturday of every month at 7 p.m. Potluck dinner to follow All are welcome. Celebrardmos la Misa Santa en Espafiol- lglesia Catdlica de San Pedro y San Pablo, 214 N. Steele, Cushing - Sdbado, el 19 de Febrero, y el tercer Sabado de cada mes. Habrd comida y refrescos en la hera social despdes. Todos estan invitados. s annq ECU honor roll Three area students enrolled at Students who successfully East Central University achieved completed at least 12 credit grade point averages that eamed hours and met required grade them a spot on the Dean's Honor point averages during the fall Roll. semester have been listed on the Students listed on the Dean's President's and Dean's Honor Honor Roll, with grade point Rolls at East Central University. averages of at least 3.3, are listed To be included on the President's by hometowns with their majors: Honor Roll, students must have kindaChristy, chemistry, of Mulhall; a perfect 4 0 grade point aver- Marc A. Neufeld, business adminis- age, or straight A's. The Dcan's tration, of Perkins; and Rheanna L. Honor Roll lists students who Tefertiller, health, physical educa- tion & recreation (exercise science) have grade point averages of 3.3 of Stillwater. or higher Rose State College honor roll MIDWEST CITY-- Four local Melissa Sue Pendergraff of students have earned a spot on Agra, and Brenda Lynn Evans Rose State College's Fall 2004 and Brandy Nicole Wilson of President's and Vice President's Carney each earned a spot on Honor Rolls. the Vice President's Honor Students on the President's Roll Honor Roll qualify with a Students on the Vice Presi- 4.0 grade point average Brett dent's Honor Roll qualify with Daniel Wilson of Carney earned a 3 00-3 99 grade point average this distinction, with no grade lower than a C. UCO honor rolls University of Central Okla- hometown are: homa President W. Roger Webb President's Honor Roll has announced the newest list- Cherry Rollins ing of students to achieve the RachelAnn Keith - Heather Michelle university's~honor rolls. There Engelman, Elizabeth Lauren were 792 students named to Tully the President's Honor Roll, an ~- Kevin D. Brown honor achieved by those who Dean's Honor Roll recorded a straight-A, 4.0 grade- AgLa - David R. Herber point average for the semester. Glencoo - dames David Bell Mulhall - Winter Dawn Wiss There were 2,313 others names - Blair Nicole Brad- to the Dean's Honor Roll, made ley, Kerr, do Brewer, Andy Ray up of students who achieved a Cooper, Ashleigh Rochelle Hurd, 3.25 grade-point or better for the Angel Rene Palmer, damie Marie semester. Weber Area honor students listed by T 13tO D - Julie J. Wilson Covered wagon cabins being constructed By Margaret Gibson Early in the planning stages of the S.T. Allen Camp ground it was proposed to have two covered wagon cabins and one teepee tent. The Tryon Christian Union Church chose to build the covered wagon cabins. Thanks to Mac and Pat McCutchen, we were able to do the construction in a large shop building belonging to Chris McCutchen. We had blue prints to follow. We discovered we had many workers and few foremen. Dick Smith served as our technician, custodian, and supervisor. Well, we sawed, hammered, measured, hea ed and laughed for several work sessions. We roasted hot dogs at Dick and Fani's. Carolyn brought coffee and cookies. John Gibson, Bob & Ray Hunt, James, Zack & Logan Hall, Dick Smith, and Ted Gibson did the work. Tammy Dawn Gibson took pic- tures, while Margaret Gibson, Mac McCutchin, and John Purdy offered encouragement. We worked everyone from the very young to the "old". Finally, came the day the last boards were put in place by the faithful few. Now we face the task of loading it onto a flatbed and making its final run to the campsite. We look to the near future to begin building the second cabin. We have completed the build- ing of one covered wagon cabin that will sleep eight campers. It has been a fun project and actually a hard project, but fun getting together. We wish to dedicate this cabin to one of our church trustee and his wife, the late Mac and Pat McCutchen. They were killed when their Bonanza plane went down in Arkansas We miss them in so many ways and want this little wagon cabin to always represent the fun and hope that Mac and Pat's lives reflect. Ripley Rhythm selects Lauren Rossiter is a 6 grader whose homeroom teacher is Mrs 'the Firstborn. Her reading and drawing. Jane Pineda is is in Mrs. Fuch's Her mom and dad Jesse. She has Lauren Rossiter Rodgers. She is the daughter of Steven and Karla Rossiter. She has five siblings. They are Seth, Samantha, Watson, Ttmothy and Lena. They all attend Ripley Public School. She is very active in school and is in Quiz Bowl, OSU Talent search, and Ripley Rhythm Having all A's and B's puts her on the Principal's Honor Roll She has done things for the commu- nity like babysitting and singing at the Payne County Fairgrounds Christmas Party for The Sheltered Workshop. She attends Church of Jane Brian, 5. sister is Breanna. of our 5 and 6th team and is also a part of Ripley alto section. On the Honor Roll she B's. Her church Union Church. ing basketball and her friends. Tryon Library On Jan. 9, Tryon's Library Board 2005, shows an and the librarian, Wanda Sullivan, of the library met to discuss present needs that Adult patronage, 131; the library has and to plan for the 25; Children, 44; utx:oming year. Videos, 10; Due to the Asian tsunami, people The librar) have been coming to the library to new books for its view maps to see exactly where in Other items that the world this tragic phenomenon would like to took place. The library does have an future include a large atlas, but we feelthe needto acquire and stand and anothert a stand on which to keep it, so that cart for books. Since the public will have easier access planning a book sale to it. We would also like a globe another roll-around is, on a stand and an updated wall map of the world. Of course, these things cost money and it is hard to determine which items should be purchased from the $1,500 state tobuy aid funds that our city now receives annually, that would most benefit Tryon library patrons. On March 15, The Oklahoma Department of of the Librav Libraries (ODL) has requested be attending a $749,649 in additional funds for in Guthrie to prepare its 2005/2006 budget, so that Summer Reading cities can receive funding based year's upon the county's population and square mileage. If the legislature year's approves these additional funds, Tryon library would increase its Board will be budget to $3,359, thus enabling it p.m. to better serve the people who use the facility. At present Tryon library serves several of the surround- ing communities including Agra, Carney and the Iowa Nation. To help ODL get this request passed, the library encotwages as many of you as possible to contact your senator or representative at the state capitol, and ask them to support the increase in library funding. Wanda's report for the period Dec. 9, 2004 through Jan. 12, Fenton Motors of Great Financing - Outstanding Service - Best Chrysler, Dodge & Honda Also Choice pre-owned cars & Buy from someone you know, ask 1-888-375-4678 " 405-i 4300 W. 6th Ave. Jim & Ann Kinder P.O. Box 249 Carney, OK For any and all your dirt work needs. Serving Carney and the State of OK for 42 years. Fully insured. 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