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THE PERKINS JOURNAL-THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 20, 1997 : ........ Mr. and Mrs. Dale Roy Jarvis Mr. and Mrs. Earl Ray Adkins "t Earl and Irene AdMns celebrate Golden Wedding anniversary Earl Ray and Lillian Irene Reddout exchanged wedding vows at the Big Creek Church of the Brethren, west of Cushing, Febru- ary 9, 1947, immediately following Sunday morning services. Since that time, Earl and Irene have spent most of their married life in the Perkins area. They are both long-time members of the Lost Creek United Methodist Church. Parents of six children, they cur- rently enjoy spoiling their eight grandchildren. The Adkins children and grandchildren hosted a family gathering on Sunday, February 9, 1997 to celebrate this special event. The couple were honored by their children with a hand-made anniver- sary quilt and a song written for the day by son Ernest. Those in attendance were: Elisabeth (Beth) Ann and Richard tlowey of Brenham, Texas, and their children David Earl and Katherine Ann. David's special friend, Kristi Jo Langdon, was also in attendance. Evelyn Raye and Rob McCaslin of Perkins, Okla., and their chil- dren, Tammy Dawn and Scott Ryan. I.'xnest (Ernie) Ray and Patty Adkins of Ada, Okla. and their chip dren, Travis Scott and Sara Rebecca. Daughter Lisa Beth was un- atiD to attend: Elaine Sue and Mike Lynch of Stillwater, Okla. Emily Joyce and Matthew Winston of Perkins. Okla. and their (hmghter Erin Brianne. Ellen Irene and Tony Long of Rowlett, Texas. Also attending were Pauline an(] Doyle Kirby, Dale and Wihna I{(,(hh)ut, Maxine Turnham, and hnogene Spurgin. Special visitors ,m'lier in the week were Kenneth and hna Jo Reddout, (]ene and ('hristine Murray, Beatrice and Jon. The Adkins wish to thank those who have dropped by, called or sent greetings. i::!!!::ii:::i:!ii!ii!i::i:ii:!:!i Live Entertainment & Dance Every Weekend Saturday, Feb. 22..."Just Jammin" Saturday, Mar. 1 .... "Back Roads" Saturday, Mar. 15..."Southern Connection" Band Starts At 9:00 $4 per person cover charge Baldwin-Jarvis wedding vows exchanged Angela Jeanne Baldwin and Dale Roy Jarvis were united in Holy Matrimony on Saturday, Februar348, 1997 at St. Mary's Catholic Church, Marian Chapel in Tulsa, Oklahoma. The [)ride is the daughter of Ray Bahlwin of Tulsa and Sandra and Robert Donceel of Houston, Texas. The groom is the son of Roscoe and Car()l Jarvis of Perkins, Okla- [)()Ilia. The bride wore a white satin gown trimmed with sequins and pearls and a cathedral-length train. The groomwore a Pierre Cardin black tuxedo with a white diamond-pattern vest and banded collar. Wedding colors were black and white with touches of gold and rose. The Maid of Honor was Kelly Mohr of Tulsa, Oklahonm. Best man was Wayne Boyce of Coyle, Oklahoma, brother-in-law of the groom. Ushers were Corey McCormick, Scott Phillips, Guy Wolcott, and Spencer Mackenzie. Lectors and Ministers of the Word were Dr. Terri DeLozier of Prairie Grove, Arkansas, sister of the bride, and Laura Clark, Tulsa, Oklahoma. Ring bearer was Austin Mackenzie. Guest book attendants were Brie Mohr and Tiffany Donceel, niece of the bride. Honored guests were Clinton and Nadine Moore of Ghmpool, Oklahoma, grandparents of the bri(le, and Mason Jarvis. Guests and the wedding party danced and toasted the bride and groom at a reception at the Double Tree Hotel, Warren Place in Tulsa, Oklahoma. The couple will reside in Jenks, Oklahoma. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Hinson, Jr. Owsley-Hinson wedding vows said at First United Methodist Church Leslie Owsley, daughter of Walter and Patsy Owsley of Perkins, became the bride of Donald Hinson, Jr. on October 12, 1996 at the Perkins First United Methodist Church. The bridegroom is son of Donald and Mary Lou ttinson, Sr., Littleton, Colo. Officiating at the 6:00 p.m. ceremony was Rev. Susan Ross, min- ister at First United Methodist Church in Perkins. Standing with the couple were: maid of honor and sister of the of the bride, Lizabeth Terrill, Lafayette, IN; best man, Howard Hinson, Denver, Colo.; brides-maids: Misia Marshall, Cornwell, NY, and Bonnie Morrison, Ft. Lauderdale, FL; groomsmen: Robert Marshall, Cornwell, NY, and Douglas Grable, Orlando, FL; ushers: Brian Knight, Lafayette, IN, and Ryan 'Owsley, Rowlett, TX; candlelighters: Drew Terril, Tulsa, OK, and Daniel Owsley, Rowlett, TX; garland bearers: Maxwell Terril, Tulsa, and Nathan Owsley, Rowlett, TX. The ushers, candlelighters and garland bearers are nephews of the bride. Following a wedding trip to Yellowstone National Park and Jack- son i:{ole, ~f, the c(mp[e are now at home in (;olden, C.Io. Card of Thanks We would like to thank everyone for your love an(l prayers. Ymlr support meant a lot to us all. The Fleet Mercer family [ those hackberries hittingthe Happy 45th, Dean E. ... RV ELIZABETH'S ,.:ii " by Elizabeth We are having such beautiful 2 beaten eggs weather. It makes me want to 1 tsp. each of work in the yard, to enjoy the oregano (crushed} sunshine and fresh air. I can go 1/2 cup without using the oxygen ma- cheese chine for short periods of time 1 (6 oz.) can now. I'm really thankful that it Melt the butter is available, but I now have an the spaghetti, idea of how an animal must feel eggs and when someone ties it up. It Form the seems cruel to me now. a "crust" in a I went to church Sunday, and pie plate. would have liked to stay for the over spaghetti spaghetti dinner we had, but had In a skillet, to go home. Spaghetti is one of ions, and green my favorite meals. You can meat is brown. make a spaghetti pie from the then stir in tom leftovers. Here's how. paste, sugar, andC Spaghetti Pie through. Turn 3 cups cooked spaghetti into spaghetti 2 T butter or margarine covered, in 1/3 cup grated parmesan cheese utes. 1 pound ground beef Sprinkle 1/3 cup chopped green pepper on top and 1 (8 oz.) can chopped tomatoes until cheese (undrained) It's worth the 1/2 cup chopped onion it. :7 2 i Local resident completes Vo-Tech truck Rodney Hensley (right) of Coyle receives his tificate from Truck Driver Training Townsend after successfully completing Driver Training program sponsored by Tulsa, at Central Tech in Drumright. to give a complete knowledge o f federal ing log books and trip records, m tor tions, as well as "hands-on" training in fleet of trucks. Job placement for the gram has been "excellent" says Townsend. Cards of Thanks I would like to thank everyone for the flowers, food, and visits while I was in the hospital. family make recovery so much easier. Thanks again, Lorene Redus Thank you to all of our friends who joined in Olson's birthday last week at the Steer Inn. Cliff and Opal Olson O