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THE PERKINS JOURNAL, Thursday, March 10, 2005 - A3 Valens to perform at ilable at libran had a little lamb Shows her bottle baby, Pistol Pete, to Pam Foutch's Oak Park Gospel Singing Jubilee will be held Saturday, March 12, 7 p.m. Oak Park is honored to present Frankie Valens and wife Phyllis. Frankie Valens was a popular singer in the '60s and '70s, singing songs such as The Lion Sleeps Tonight, Pretty Woman, Sixteen Candles, This Magic Moment, to name a few. Phyllis is a concert pianist. They travel the Nation singing for the Lord. Don't miss their music and testimonies. Oak Park Retreat Center, 805 E. Kirk, Perkins, 405-547-1140, 742-7040, Joyce Bastion. Free admission, offering taken. Con- cessions available. Photo provided Frankie Valens The following books have been added to the Thomas-Wil- hite Memorial Library since March 1. Call today to reserve your copy (405) 547-5185. Adult Fiction: "Dark Eye," William Berndhardt; "For- gotten Man." Robert Crais; "Sight Hound." Pam Houston; "Wizard and Glass." Stephen King; "Conviction." Richard North Patterson; "Honeymoon." James Patterson; "Prince of Fire." Daniel Silva; Non-fiction: "Your Best Life Now." Joel Osteen. Mystery: "Death of a Bore," M.C. Beaton. Science Fiction: "Outstretched Shadow," Mercedes Lackey; "To Light a Candle," Mercedes Lackey. Large Print: "Assassins." Tim LaHaye; "The Indwelling," Tim LaHaye. Young Adult: "Girls in Pants," Ann Brashares. Juvenile: "Rave Master #1- 3," Hiro Mashima. The following books are on the "yellow dot" Scholastic Reading List for Perkins- Tryon Elementary. Easy: "Big Egg," Molly Coxe; "Circus Fun," Margaret Hil- lert; "Classroom Pet," Grace Maccarone; "Color Dance," Ann Jonas; "Dance Annie," Dawn Friedman; "Dinosaurs Dance," Larry Brimmer; "Fire, Fire said Mrs. McGuire," Bill Martin; "Giggle Belly," Page Sakelaris; "Happy Birthday Thomas," W. Awdry; "Just a Little Different," Bonnie Dobkin; "Larry and the Cookie," Becky McDaniel; "Lucky Song," Vera Williams; "Mines the Best," Crosby Bonsall; "Pal the Pony," R.A. Herman; "Too Many Dogs," Loft Haskins; "White Rabbit's Color Book," Alan Baker. 3ol Storytime announced Preschooler to Memorial on Tues- ).rn. Each week theme tories and crafts. call the ;47-5185. Program does your March 29 - Family Pets April 5 - Puddle Fun April 12 - Easter Parade April 19 -Adorable Baby Animals May 3 - Our Special Fami- lies May 10- Ocean Explora- tion May 17 - Lady Bugs May 24 - Good Night :: ::i i iii: !il !i:iljli/ :i/:i:j Fishing' popular activity for many Oklahomans Nearly 42 percent of Oklaho- mans have been fishing in the past two years, according to a recent survey by Oklahoma State University. The survey bolsters the fact that fishing and wildlife conservation are important to most Oklahomans. In fact, last year when "Sports Illustrated" magazine asked their readers their favorite sport to play, fishing came in number one ahead of all others, including golf, base- ball and swimming. The surveys are supported by an unrelated report on fishing sta- tistics published by the American Sportfishing Associati00. The Details Our Experienced Officers Is Your Investment Safe? Brokerage Service IRA's Are not FDIC insured May lose value Are likely not reinvested in your local community Values of Our Traditional Pastime," shows how fishing remains a popular activity that not only provides a relaxing pas- .time but also creates a significant economic impact. Here in Oklahoma, fishing statistics support the national trend. According to the report, more than 44 million Americans fish - 774,254 of which fished in Oklahoma. The report shows that an impres- sive $484 million in retail sales were generated by Oklahoma's anglers, which rippled through the economy to generate $992 report, "Sportfishing in erica: million in economic output for The Oklahoma fishing indus- try supports over 11,000 jobs and those workers earned $245 mil- lion in salaries and wages. Fishing-related purchases in Oklahoma generated $27.5 mil- lion in state tax revenues and $25 million in federal income tax. Fishing also greatly supports our nation's conservation efforts through the Sport Fish Restora- tion Program. Special federal taxes on fishing gear and motor- boat fuels channel hundreds of millions of anglers' dollars toward state fish and wildlife conservation and recreation programs each year. The American Sporffishing Association's analysis is based on data from the National Survey of Fishing, Hunting and Wildlife- Associated Recreation, con- ducted every five years on behalf of the International Association of Fish and Wildlife Agencies. The survey data is collected by the Census Bureau and complied by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service. The full report is avail- able online from the American Sportfishing Association at www.asafishing.org/content/ statistics/economic. The 2004 Oklahoma Social Indicator Survey of adults, age 18 and over, was conducted by the Bureau for Social Research (BSR) at Oklahoma State Uni- versity. A total of 1,221 telephone interviews of randomly selected Oklahoma residents was com- pleted in November 2004. For more information about fishing in Oklahoma, log on wildlifedepartment.com W~MImER FDIC To the Perkins Call Thank you for your subscription! Your subscription is impor- tant to us. Thank you's go to the following people who have renewed, or are new subscribers, to The Perkins Journal: Perkins-Tryon: Gayle Sager Russ & Kathy Van Stavern Jon & Julia Bartram Mr. & Mrs. Pat Knapp Marla Mahar Michael Radle Ray & Laura Gann Rena Burton Ernest & Ruth Strubhar Edward & Kari Ware John Hopper Jim & Elsie Bick- ell Ronald & Anita White Ed Payne Jodie Armstrong Betty Hudson Robert & Norma Constien Mike & Donna Payne Homer & Hazel Kennedy B.J. Craig Robert & Barbara Ahring Kent & Rosalee Taylor In State: W. Frank Evans, Cleveland Jim & Shirley Wells, OKC Bonita Warren, Stillwater Mary Jo Drum- mond, Stillwater Michael Stano, Stillwater Teresa Stokes, Glencoe Houston & Co Inc Stillwater Tim Caillouette, Edmond Robert & Vicki Phillips, Stillwater Richard Barton, Stillwater Margaret Orr, Stillwater Leonard Robinson, Stillwater Fred A. Shultz, Stillwater Carmelita L. Bell, Stillwater Carol Maciula, Stillwater Norman Durham, Stillwater Chuck & Sue Feasley, Still- water Jim Huston, Stillwater Tom & Barbara Welp, Still- water K.W. "Bud" Horn- berger, Stillwater Lloyd Salsman, Stillwater Don & Shirley Haggerty, Stillwater Susan Cox, Stillwater Dan Coyle, Tulsa Harriet Holsapple, Tulsa Helt Pho- tography, Stillwater Merl Kinser, Coyle Bob Evans, Tecumseh M.W. McGuire, Stillwater Wilmer & Mary Lou Paine, Stillwater Jeff Fielding, Cushing Hessel Properties, Stillwater Ken- neth & Linda Edmondson, Stillwater Shirley Knight, Owasso Charles Porter Agency, Stillwater Ed & Wanda Friedemann, Stillwa- ter J.D. Blakeley, Carney Funk's Country Body Shop, Stillwater Gene Ragsdale, Stillwater Tom & Ruth Stover, Stillwater Jean Heldreth, Ripley Lynn & Annual m. n's Ministries Proceeds will be applied to the Assembly of God building project. Hope to there! Sharon West, Stillwater Perry Thoele, Stillwater Jon & Nancy Patton, Still- water Century 21 Global Realtors, Stillwater Mr. & Mrs. James Foley, Stillwater D.N. & Wilma Reddout, Bartlesville Madge Emer- ick, Stillwater Steve & Sara Ray, Stillwater Bernard Simon, Stillwater Mary Rupp, Perry Joe & Peggy Markham, Stillwater Robert & Mary Park, Stillwater Ernie Pickens, Stillwater Judie Vierling, Stillwater David Hartman, Stillwater Dorothy Johnson, Stillwater Jean Monlux, Stillwater Rhonda Markum, Stillwater Bob Fellows, Stillwater Pat Pittman, Stillwater Frances F. Mullon, Ripley Mr. & Mrs. Kevin Collin, Stillwater Wallace & Billie Sadler, Stillwater. Morris Knipe, Edmond J.D. Longan, Perry Out of State: Jimmy Gard- ner, Arlington, TX Pauline Hansen, Springfield, CO Mr. & Mrs. Bill Evans, Tucson, AZ You've got a friend! Want to buy a friend a sub- scription and save $4? See form on page four To: Louis & Maretta Davis From: Milton & Jennifer To: Connie Tanksley From: Milton & Jennifer To: Colm & Kathy McCau- ley From: Harland Wells To: Frances McGrew From: Harland Wells To: Michelle McGrew From: Harland Wells To: Gilbert & Joyce Pat- terson From: Harland Wells To: Eric & Jamie Wells From: Harland Wells To: Happy Wells From: Harland Wells To: James & Donna Wells From: Harland Wells To: Richard & Peggy Wells From: Harland Wells To: Robert & Liz Wells From: Harland Wells To: Tony & Tiers Wisely From: Harland Wells To: Jane Wells From: Harland Wells To: Clint & Veronica Lilies From: Harland Wells To: Craig Clarke From: Doris Clarke To: Dr. Wm. L. Fielding From: Jeff Fielding To: Mr. & Mrs. Grady Gard- ner From: Jimmy Gardner To: Teresa Wesley From: Jonita Milligan The world is filled with willing people; some willing to work, the rest willing to let them. -Robert Frost