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PAGE 12 -- The Perkins Journal Thursday. February 28, 1985 =-= TRYON CUB SCOUTS HAVE BLUE AND GOLD in addition, the following boys received these awards: Luke Boyd--Bear Badge, 1 gold and 2 silver arrow points; Eric pack, but in the entire Twin Mounds District. For this he receives a week at Cub Scout Day Camp. A humerous skit was present- ed by the Webelos followed by BANQUET Over 60 people were in atten-silver arrow points; and Craig dance Saturday, February 23, Staten--Wolf Badge, I gold and for ,the Cub Scout Blue and 1 silver arrow point. These G(fld.Banquet at Tryon. This Wolves made the following ad- banquet, a traditional one invancements with each "bead" February for Cub Scouts, fur- ther recognized the 75th an- niversary of Scouting. The tables were colorfully decorated with yellow tablecovers and ac- cente with blue and gold felt napkin holders, made by the Webelos. Blue and yellow Liga--Bear Badge, 1 gold and 3 a patriotic closing. After a reading titled, '"this Old Flag," in which the flag was spotlight- ed in a darkened room, the au- dience joined hands and sang "God Bless America." -0- representing three achievement areas: Roy Lee Vineyard, 2 beads; James Mutters, 1 bead; Sammy Montgomery, 1 bead; T. R. Large, I bead; Gerad Hall, 2 beads; and Christopher Ben- nett, 1 bead. Cubmaster, Judy Collins presented awards to Webelo streamers decorated each table an ,were festively adorned Thomas Spaulding--Webelo ,alqr glthe walls accented by blue Badge, Scientist, Athlete, and ar d ellow balloons. A special- Geology activity badges; Webe- ly-.? orated cake, made by lo Matthew Collins--Webelo car0|,Spaulding, was featured Badge, Scientist and Artist ac- in l lde and gold with cub scouts tivity badges; Webelo Keith on each tier. Mills--Webelo Badge, Scientist Den:Mother Pam Liga pre- sefi dcl awards to the Wolves and Bears. This group held a garage sale with proceeds going to renovation of the Statue of Liberty. All boys participating and Artist activity badges; Webelo Randy Bennett--Webe- lo Badge, Citizen and Scientist activity badges; and Scott Robertson--Scientist Badge. In addition, Matthew Collins was recognized as being the top pop- corn salesman, not only in the rec, yed a Diamond Jubilee p t I .{or the patriotic project. COYLE NEWS By Velma Downey A Bridal Shower was given Wednesday evening at seven o'clock in the fellowship hall of the United Methodist Church at Glencoe in honor of Miss Kim- berly Brunk. Hostesses were the ladies of the church. As the honoree opened her gifts her sister, Miss Jacque Brunk, made a pillow of the bows in a white net pillow case made by the bride-to-be's mother, Mrs. Raymond Sand- ers. The pillow was trimmed with a blue ribbon. Guest's present were Mary and Orvil Sawyer, Otis and Rose Hite, Mrs. Patsy Brown, Henry, Valeria and Kathy Dickens, Mrs. Mattie Sanders, Mrs. Betty Spiva, Mrs. Joyce Coplin, AnnDee and Joe Bar- rows, Bill and Elizabeth Rathbun, Andy and Zola Mur- phy, Mrs. Kay Burnett, Bob and: Lois BiUett, Mrs. Elsie Srrain, Mrs. Susie Combrink, LizBarrows, the United Metho- dist Church minister, Dale Maret, Mittie Morse, Mike, Martha, Paula and Clint Stout, Mrs. Arleen Shell, Doug, Sher- ryl, Krystal and Matthew Dickens, Raymond and Cheryl Sanders, Miss Jacque Brumk, Mrs. Roseann Livingston, and Mrs. Pam Walker, all of Glen- coe; Doily and Jim Rogers, Tom Travis, and Andrea Travis of Guthrie; Mrs. Velma Downey, Mrs. Dorothy Mattingly, and Mrs. Maxine Johnston of Coyle. Mr. & Mrs. Wilmer Pepmiller, Mr. & Mrs. Michael Perrin at- tended the Valentine party at Rosewood Nursing Home in Stillwater. Mrs. Pepmiller's mother, Mrs. Jonnie Jafek is a resident there. Sunday, Mrs. Wilmer Pep- miller, Mrs. Michael Perrin and Michele visited Jeff Hughes in Oklahoma Childrens' Memorial Hospital in Oklahoma City. Later they went shopping at Quaff Springs Mall. Wilmer and Michael and Max Pepmiller of Stillwater, attend: ed the tractor pull at the Okla- homa City Fairgrounds. The Logan County Cimarron Valley Extension Homemakers' Club had for their February meeting, their annual Sweet- heart Night Out for husbands and wives, February 12, 7:00 p.m. This year they enjoyed the evening and a delicious meal at '"]'he Station" in Stillwater. Those attending were: Mr. & Mrs. Ed Ford Mrs. Arlene Hicks Mr. & Mrs. Darrell Nivens Mrs. Diane Lamecker Mrs. Sammie Dawson Mr. & Mrs. Paul Channel Mr. & Mrs. Tommy Bentley Mrs. Fred Schneider Mrs. Wayne Whitmore Linda Downey & Mike Henderson Mr. & Mrs. James Freuden- berger The March meeting will be held in the home of Mrs. Tommy Bentley with Mrs. Darrell Nivens as lesson leader. "0" Neon tubes were shown for the first time at the Paris Motor Show in 1910. Its main drawback was that it only came in red. DONATIONS Wl SCHOOL BUSSES CRESCENT - defeated a bond bsue! the school bus fleet, her of Commerce Aiding Learning (PALS), met and Crescent School Trust Fund and ting plans to rinse purchase of at bus before next Solicitations and projects will be used the funds needed. NEWSPAPER ITS NAME SHIDLER -- Review has changed after 57 years. It known as The originally was The Review in 1927, / published at A moved to Shidler. Horn said after all The Review will be only Shidler, but Grainola, Foraker, Kaw City, Webb rest of the Osage of these towns are the zip code list still remain as @ CUSTO#~ HOMES REMODELS ADDPTIONS CLJSTO~ CABINETS Uem 4rt ur IJuildcr 40s.372-4e,~-" 4 i Perkins Builders Supply Now Open to tiw Public Hours: 8 to 5 Weekday 8 to Noon Saturday 547-5333 ili~hua.~ 177 - 33 ,h'l, 2 miles east i 405/372-6542 Office 405/372-7 ! 12 Home I Oakley Fence Company Free Estimates --- Weod-I~rt~y -:- rd~ Uak PAUL BROWN 2504 East Sixth Stillwoter, Okla. 74074 Prestige Fashions 125 S. Main Perkins, Oklahoma Open 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Junior and Misses Sportswear CLOSED WEDNESDAY GREENWARE - FIRING - SUPPLIES CONNIE CUNDIFF. OWNER HOURS: M T TH F 1 0 TO 6 SAT, 9 TO 1 W OF PERKINS ON HWY 33 PHONE 377-0274 (405) Real Estate- Insurance- FARMERS UNION HOMEOWNEF~S FA~MC~WNE~S AL;TOMOB~LE PF~OPE~TY AND LIFE BILL WELLS, Broker Ro,m~ 301 First Nat'l. [;Gnk Btlildmg Phone 405t372-5655 Stillwoter, Oklo, 74074 i i i The Christian Bookstore gt2.4 reading ar all ages. J-4 'W,...,,, ,#.,. Realtor-Associate Select Homes Ace~cy Off: 4051372-4344 Res: 4051547-5384 207-A S. Main P. O. Box 1655 Stlllwoter, OK 74076 Paul's Boot & Saddle Shop " Boot & Shoe Repair " Saddle & Tack Repair Custom Saddles Paul J. Rocers Ov,'ll{~r 107 \V M,:,s,'s ()k. 71()2} {:~EWAYNE LUSTER AND ASSOCIATES AUCTIONEERS - BROKERS 20 YEARS SUCCESSFUL SELLING uster Auet/on ~14 DELAWARE ST PHONES OFF 405-3~6"-'23(~0 % PERRY OKLAHOMA RES 405-336-9458 WE SPECIALIZE IN ALL TYPES OI~ SALES / STILL VAI-[-R M()NUMEN1 (.OMPA',,'f i JOhN and MERLE HARSHBAAGER i d D BOa ~3 -- Shq~,at~ ,.3K 74075 Iff VCHtN VLR! N[[D, qY Fit)i'lL ~,%'~)~ ARt ,, . ] :-"~..,~.. f- ,,~,~ . - ~ ~ .~, ,. l Office I-Iour~ /~n..Fri. 9 a.m.-6 p.m. Sat~r6~ 9 o.m.- 1 p.m. Bhr, k, Fiehl J iehl I rw'ddk gi ic Individual and Family Health Care 615 Unlver~lty StilN~te, OK 74074 DAYlS F. BLACK D.C.. Offi~: 372.4482 BRENDA ILA~I~FIU B.S.. D.C. f:n~cg~W: 372-3231 KI~NIL~ I~ FIiI~ I,$., D.~- ~e 372-S466 McCoy & Cromer Pointing Co. JOHNIE McCOY LOYD J. ~T. t. BOX ~7C RT. ~. 8OX et TRYON, OK T4~75 TRYON, OK 91 ~ 3"~4-247e 91 e.374-242~ We $pecia e In Watch Repair JOHN H, L[.ONARD Cettlt*ed watch Tec~mmlan i TULSA MAINTENANCE SUPPLY. INC. dill3 ,I72.t~61:l Ntiliwater 191~ 667)-~:1 Ifi "l'ul'-:a HAKO MINUTEMAN MACHINES Critical & H.E.P.A, Filler Vacs H.D. Commercial-Industrial Carpet & Floor Machines BUTCHER BRAND Floor Care & Sanitatio~ Supplies Jack Johnson. Sales Representative 1701 Eastern Ave. Stillwater. OK 74074 I JEWELRY REPAIR DESIGNING & APPRAISAL ClMARRON 372-GEMS Hours 10-5 Thurs. 10-6