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Chapel--Lost Church News a little late to be New Year's Eve? New Year's Eve Youth group had was called off bad weather and is aturday Chapel Good and Happy New Prophecies" this Sunday at Harris, before that the first :is the most impor lays the foundation of the classes. nights we have the seven "I in John. These different than night Bible very informative Why not take this Lenten for Easter in way? Cross has been quilt squares at Lost Creek in for the Annual and Auction of March. Another at Lost Creek is Shower for the kit- Creek. It will be March 9. -o- BAPTIST NEWS Cowger Balm in the 8:30 a.m. 257 at the service; 50 in and 10 in the a total of 365 in largest number we and we give our Lord for our music, '"some- Snowing," was Brenda Perkins. Brenda for sharing with us. Iber .... • c s text for the Acts 1:443, Presence of was his second ser- series on the message at service, ' od is Any- eautiful truth" ! done. MEHAN UNION MESSAGES • By Larry Eslinger - Sunday was a special dayl The Spirit of the Lord was with us, and we were blessed! One hundred and twenty-six souls were there, and we had specials from Diana Spiva and Diana Brakhage, Toma Lynn Arthur, The Choir, The A-Team, and Communion. I know some grandparents and parents who were blessed when Sean Spiva and Sarah Eslinger recited the 23rd Psalm. Sarah is truly a blessing from the Lord and we love her very much. The new baby appears to be growing and doing welL He or she should arrive in the last part of April. I saw the geese headed north last Thursday evening about 3:30. 1 I1 take their word for it that Spring is here. That and the fact that everywhere you go it seems there are potatoes and onions for sale. March 10, at 7:30 p.m. we will be showing the film, '"Sand Castles." It is a story of Chris- tian Marriage. It is a film that's relevant to the needs of our time. Make plans to come, and br;ng a friend, to see '"sand Castles." March 24, at 10:00 a.m. will be Family Sunday. Ashley Alexander and Beverly will be there to minister in word and music. There will be a covered dish dinner in the fellowship hall after the meeting. This will be an opportunity for worship and fellowship. Come and enjoy some good music, good com- pany, and good food. Prayer List: Nicholas McKnight, Ruia Hudson, Rusty Whitefield, Emily's parents are traveling, LEnds Kelly, Julia McCory, Mark Moorman, Drew Bever- age, Jimmie Willlson, Grandma Pogue, Donald Wilson, Lindsay Reed, Tim Merril, Diane Brak- hage, and Orene Deam -0- March 9, 7 a.m.-- Breakfast at Make plans now FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH NEWS "Life In The Spirit" "Because those who are led by the Spirit of God are sons of God." Romans 8:14 will be the basis for the sermon this Sun- day at the First Christian 4:7-I 2. Church. Plan to attend morning Ethel service at 10:45 um, and Share" the specialwith us as Ran Runyon, mlnln. singing, ter, will be preaching about the characteristics of lives which are led by the Holy Spirit. Ac- cording to Ran, '(It is from this text that many Christians receive extraordinary inspira- tion and spiritual insight." "a of this Congratulations to Steve and W t] ministry. Candy Barrett who came for- it ess Training ward and announced their dacE- at 9:30 a.m. and .sion for Christ, having been Senior Adult baptized last Friday night. :3C p.m., wedding "Exciting" best describes this special time of year as we ad er and Sue are seeing growth in our ser- Request: vices, and members busily Owger, ill in preparing for the 87th anniver- sary of the church. Committee KY, at Mercy members are planning for the special service and activities and be a part of awhich will be March 10. ndly Church where )le is taught. You al place if you're in Teen hour will be at 6:00 p.m. or an adult• You are Sunday in the fellowship hall. always welcome. The lesson will be about Pride 0" IBLE STUDENT author of the Christ in describ- upon the concerned with He had and concern for the In Matthew said: "For ye have the taught about and a ' certain beggar Is, {verse 20), which gate, full of sores." Christ eulogized who hath cast s cast for all they did r abundanc but she cast in all that she 43-44)• "O- JOE CLEANERS Window Beautifully and Fan Folded . 4th ~ Main ater Oklahoma and Self Righteousness. This will be the third of the series of lessons in which the teens are learning what the Bible says about friendships, how to build them, strengthen them and keep them. Would you enjoy sharing and singing the Christian songs we all know and have grown up with? Attend evening services this Sunday at 7:00 p.m. and be a part of our '"Singspiration." You are always welcome at the First Christian Church. For Good Cable TV CALL 547-2122 Pick Up Cable TV Schedule at PERKINS TV & APPLIANCE Each Week Main 547-5263 Perkins, OK Area Piano Students HIGH PRAIRIE Compete in Stillwater 4-H NEWS cookies they sent to the Valen- tine Box Supper and Sale. Twenty ight piano students The tligh Prairie 4-H Club of Diann Rudd played in the met February 14, 7 l m. -o- Junior Federation of Music The president Toni Young call- TOWN & GOWN HOLDS Cluhe Festival bekl in Stillwater ed the meeting to order. Vice AUDITIONS on Saturday, February 23. Two president Scott Shenold led the Auditions for the popular Nell of the students received a pledge and salute to the flag. Simon Comedy Barefoot in the special honor ofheingchoeen to The minutes and roll call were Park will be held Monday and compete in the afternoon Play- read by Kristi Hill Tuesday, March 4 and 5, at 7:30 off Redtal. Theeestudentswem A report was given on the p.m. at the Town and Gown Tara Harp, a sixth grader from Perry Sheep show by Stacy Community Theatre, 2.2 miles Perkins, and Keri Brown, a fifth Shenold. south of Gixth on Perkins Road grader from Tryon. A report was given on the in Stillwater. Valentine Box Supper by JanEVivia Locke will direct the Students received a Superior Hybsh& It was a success and production which opens April rating were: Judy Freuden- everyone had furl 25 and runs through May 5. berger, Cheri Johnson, Michelle Michael Henry gave a report "A bubbling, ribtickling cam- Duke, Lore SeDan, Tara Harlt on the Pig show at Pryor. Scott edy" is how the New York Rachalle Johnson, Suzy Cons- Shenold had Grand Champion Times described the ins and teen, Toms Arthur, Erica Crane, Gilt winning a trophy and five outs of life for newly-weds Car- Jennifer Gibson, Karl Brown, hundred dollars. Michael Henry, ie and Paul Bratter. He is a Marcia Northcutt," Lisa Lan- Toni Young, and Stacy Shenold serious young lawyer, she is his caster, Susan Petsrmann, Kevin also' attended, pretty and addled young bride Vassar, and Rachel Sharlx Jacklyn Shenold told of the who insists that he go walking Slide tape that is going to be barefoot in the park with her. Those receiving an Excellent made to educate the public on They move into a high-rent rating were: Christy Lancaster, 4-H. It will be shown at schools apartment that is too high up, Kathy Constien, Jenniler Brake and to civic groups. If anyone too highly priced, too small and Julie Rogers, Densice Shingle- has group 4-H pictures we could right below the loft of an out- ton, Keith Savage, Missy Chit- use contact us. The pictures will rageous gourmet cook who wood, Krissa Grader, and Shel- he returnecL climbs across their window ly Flynm High Prairie had eight mem- ledge to get into his apartment. Raegan Savage and Angola bars showing prizes in the Na-Enter her mother on an inspec- tional Showmanship during the Lion tour of their new home and Moorman received a rating of Berkshire heeter White Swine the play becomes a delightful Very Good. Several of the students who Conference the 22nd. Toni adventure of loving and fight- received a Superior rating will Young won Reserve Grand ing and making up. be playing thte Sunday in the ChampiorL Director Locke is looking for Young Peopleb concert span- Nancy Thomason was in- four men and two women to sated by the St. Cecilia Music traduced and gave a program on play the six characters, all of them good comedy roles. Corie Club. This recitalwill be at 2:00 Advertizing. It was real info is in her 20's, a lovely young, in the Sheerar Center at mative and furl Stillweter. Thanks to the members and energetic woman, "full of hope -o- mothers for the cakes and for the future " Her new hus- The ~'erkins Journal Thursday, Feoruary 2tl. I,~,~ PAGE 1.5 band, Paul, is in his mid-20's and quite conservative• Corie's mother, who is "very much a mother," according to Miss Locke, is in her 40's. Victor Velasco, the gourmet, is an outspoken man with boundless energy and an eye for the women. He is in his 50's. A delivery man and a telephone repairman complete the cast. Persons interested in per- forming or working on the crew are invited to attend one or both evening audition sessions. The auditions are open to everyone. Newcomers are welcome. "0" SHELTON LUMBER CO, Lumber & All Other Building Materials 9th & Lowry STILLWATER, OKLAHOMA KERNS Construction Co. Asphalt--- Sond--Gravel Stillwater, Oklahoma 1805 S. Perkins Road i i ii ROACHES? MICE? Lawn 8, Tree Spraying A & B ECO-SAFE PEST CONTROL CO. 372-4934,, , 547-2660 I Attend the Let's Worship Together . . . --Im~KINS-- elrst kptlst Church Seventh Ony Adventist --EDEN CHAPEL-- Mahan Union Church llbert Smith. 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