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Being First Baptist Blue and Gold Cimarron Valley Margaret Husted of Guthrie. in Tryon Church News Banquet EH Club Meets The next meeting wm be will begin Have you heard? We The annual Blue and The Cimarron Valley April 3 at Inez Barnes' 18 at the Friendly have had a revival with Gold Banquet held each Extension Homemakers home. Ruby Gearhart will God Church, Evangelist Kelly Green year to celebrate the birth- met March 6th in the be the leader. It will continue which started at the 8:30 day of Cub Scouting, was home of Mac Vassar. The ~- thru March 25. a.m. worship service, Sun- a success in many ways, president, Geraldine Allen COYLE NEWS at 7 p.m. and day. The special music has this year. Thanks to the presided over the meeting. By Velma Downey been presented by Brother boys who worked so hard, The devotion from Gen- The Coyle Senior will be directed by Vernon Day and his wife, the parents who have esis 1:14 was read by Inez Citizens held their Febru- McNelly. Nona. Beautiful music given their strong sup- Barnes and followed by is welcome, each service, port, and the scout leaders The Lord's Prayer. After Whitener is We have two morning who have given their time the flag salute, members the church, services, the first one at and talents, answered the roll call with 8:30 a.m. and then the This years Pack 24 b.ad the kind of a fan they Mrs. Jack Cokerpresid- 11:00 a.m. service. Our a spaghetti supper for the would like to have. ed at the meeting with it Chapel church attendance this boys and their fand]Jas. Ruby Gearhart in- opening with the Lord's Sunday was 302. Sunday The team work and co- traduced the program prayer and flag salute in News night after the evening operation of the volunteer which was given by Oliver unison: Donna Burton service a pie fellowship help in the preparation of Hardin. He gave some Those having birthdays received a nice rain was held and everyone en- the supper was out- very good advice on what were Eugene House and Y evening and Men- joyed much homemade pie standing, to look for in a ceiling fan, Mrs. House, and Mrs. Bud and visiting. On Monday After the meal, the par- the many types available, Vandeveer; pictures were night we had a weiner ents and families of the and how to install and taken and Happy Birth- roast for all children scouts were asked to he care for then~ He said ceil- day was sung. grades 1 thru 5. Tuesday seated in the high school in_g fans are economical in Mrs. Ed Lester baked a night is a pack-a-Pew auditorium, and the boys that they pay for them- birthday cake. A get well Night...and Wednesday marched in and were seat- selves in saved energy in card was signed for Mrs. is Pizza Blast for the ed on the floor, three years. He also Essa Hicks who was in Youth. Cubmaster Rick Ford stressed the importance of Stillwater Hospital. The church has a nurs- presided over the pack buying fans made by a ery for the little ones, a meeting. A special guest reputable company and Present were Mr. and department for the 3 year speaker, Genter Drum- sold by a reliable dealer. Mrs. Bud Vandeveer, Mr. old children, and seperate mend, an Eagle Scout So-called bargains are and Mrs. Wallace Gunkel, departments for the 4 to 5 himself, and a member of sometimes no bargainsat Mr. and Mrs. Eugene year old; and the 6 to 12 the OSU ROTC, gave an all. House, Mr. and Mrs. Ear- year old children. The inspiring and interesting Pat Niles, clothing nest Bentley. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Lester, Mr. and older children have a regu- talk to the young scouts, chairman, distributed en- Mrs. Jack Coker, Mrs. Al- lar church service geared and their families, try blanks for the Dress to their age level. Whole Matt Hrencher played Review, March 29. roye Disney, and David Silkwood. some snacks are prepared "This Land is Your After the business ses- each Sunday for every Land," on his guitar, sign, Mae,assisted by Next regular meeting will be. March 15th at 6:30. child before the song sew A number of Cubs were Ruby and Geraldine, signs, or the movie or the presented with badges served delicious refresh- The monthly fellowship devotions. There is some this evening. They were: ments from a tea table dinner was held at the and Chris visited thing for each child. We Jeromy Antle -- 2 Silver decorated in a green and First Christian Church Mrs. Dennis Gra- have a bus picking up chil- Arrow Points: Paul Ford white St. Patrick's Day Wednesday evening at -- 1 Silver Arrow Point: motif 6:30, with the minister and daughter in dren all over town for Sun- Bruce Graft giving the in- Friday evening, day School and another Danny Hart -- 1 Gold and Members present were and Kathy bus for the adults. 1 Silver Arrow Point: Ker- Geraldine Allen, Rosa vocation. ~SPent If you need a ride to. ry Bowling -- Bobcat: Bil- Lynn Baker, Inez Barnes, Those attending were church call the church ly VanStavern -- Bear: Nina Bigler, Erma Brixey, Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Graft, and visited office and let them know. Stance Hurst, Kevin Agnes Cowley, Ruby Phillip and Katy, Mr. and WayneBur- There will be a work day Minor, Keith Savage, Gearhart, Madelyn Mrs. Nell Robison, Mr. , to get the mobile home Michael Allen -- Gold Ar- Glidewell, Oliver Hardin, and Mrs. Loyal Bourdette, JJ and Mrs. Wayne ready to move on Satur- row points: Cody Blair- Ella B. McCarty, Pat Mr. and Mrs. Earnest 1 Gold and 1 Silver Arrow Niles, Mae Vassar, the Bentley, Mr. and Mrs. Were Tuesday day, March 17. Meet at dinner guests of~ Jerry Sadler's. The church Point: Scott Ford -- Ar- hostess, and one guest, Bobby Smitheson, Mrs. Franklin. , has purchased the mobile tist and Craftsman: Jason Donna Haynes, Mrs. Bes- not much news Week. evening Mr. Wayne Burton and Mrs. Jim Mrs. Sue and girls were there. and Mrs. Oren Mat- Donna visited in Iowa a few week. evening of Oilton Wright of Still- Mr. and Burton. ;luck dinner will be Prairie Saturday, 17. Eat at 7 p.m. is welcome. and Mrs. Lee and Mrs. Wayne home to house the Hardnack, Danny McNel- vLsi ed Opal Cour- "Clothes Closet' for the ly -- Craftsman: Matt Sty( ay everiing, needy. The church also Hrencher -- Craftsman Lis enough news has an emergency food and Citizen: Travis ae~,ayneBurtons she]f for the needy. Ifyou Majors -- Artist Let'sWorsh ip ~s don't want to know of a need in the cam- The scout leaders were ~tthem, theybet, munity contact the presented with Plaques I~g ne up with some church, and potted plants, et h e r .. Saturday, March 17, Den I gave the closing. "i]Urton Quilting 7:00 is the wedding of The next Pack Meeting L With Opal Court- Dana Westfall and Mark will be March 27, 1984 at 6. Those at- Larson. the First United were Lottie Many of the ladies are Methodist Church in Per- 1, Edna Tabor, making plans to attend kins. It will be a Perkins -- Ripley -- Carney untin, Grace Falls Creek Seminar the Father/Son Cake Bake, Tryon -- Coyle -- Glencoe Wright. latter part of April .... if with the cakes to be auc- -rex,m- Were Carolyn you have not signed up, tioned off. It should be a M. uy Of .rs ch,tl# ,, of Colorado, don't put it oft because lot of fun to see what the O.,d Illlnlm. lllttor Cm nor llaldwln, fill#Or Sunday ~hool 9:45 am Sunday Schoo~ 10"00 om and daugh- this is a beautiful beauti- fathers and sons do to E~e.,ngMrn~ng Wo,,hiPW=sh~p ":CO7:CO p~ .... Wo,,h,p Se,v,~.A..~ly of ~":=cho~ .... Shatter and Vi ful experience and tel- decorate their cakesl wed ~o~,y N,gh, ~.,l~ ~, .... ~.l#o, 7 to 8:15 p.m. Sunday School 9:45 am If anyone has any pic- ~ Of chm, Morn~og Wor.h,r ~:00 om Mr. and Mrs. lowship. Morning Wo~Ithip I0:00 o m, Evening Worship 6"30 pm 'OUrtright and Sunday night five pea- tures of any of the scout- E~en~ng Worship 6:00 p.= Wed Bible Study 6:30 pm Glenda ple were baptized, and ing events that they wed. B~UeSt~dyFirst Doptll# Clburclb7:30pm F|~t kptll#{~tt#~LiOyd Coral|belt |l y Linda four were baptized on would like to donate to the su,day School ~:,5 .... so,d~ S~hoo~ ~0:CO .... Mornlng Worship 11:00 o m, Worship I I:00 o.m Monday night and we Pack Photo Album, please ~ro~.~ng V.~on ~:00 p~ Sun, E ..... g ~:~0 ~.~ Christian Unkm Church Evening Worship 7:00 p.m. have two more nights to call Cindy Antle, w~. ~o~o, mg ~:~ p.~ ~od ~t~. ~--~, IIIIl~t ~lsrh~ltsl Chulndb Sunday School 10:00 o m. ""-~k_ ............ go. Come visit and wor: 547-2837. ~y~.~,,m, MorningWorsh*p ] ] : ~ .... Church School 9:45 o,m. CYE 6:00 p.m. rllllVe a ship with us this next Sun- - ~" Mor.~ng Worsh~p ~0:~ .... Youth Fellowship 6:30 p.m. --OLINO~III-- Week en d. day and see the results of ASHLEY w .... ,s c .... ,i ~d ~ .... *,Nm~|y of ~,v Ch~,~ 1:30 p.m. ~s It. I~)lllt~s ........... the revival. There is a ALEXANDER wed ~,~o ~:co p~ Sondo~ S, hoo~ ~:~ o for and ~11~ I~t Morning Worship I I:00 a.m ~..~ everyone you INJURED ~d,,,l# E~onge..,,~ s.,~ ~:oo p Scd)b~th ~chool 9:30 o.rn Wedneldoy Midweek Service are invited We will be PERRY- Entertainer wor,h~p~rv,c. N:0o .... ~:~p~ looking for you this Sun- ch. u,|t.d a ay. See you in church.Ashley Alexander,when his auto,71' Wasa w. Church School ?:45 amChurch School 10:00 am injured Mo,.*ngWorsh~p 't't:00 .... MorningWo.ship ~'~0om --~y~'" Goldie L. Bean 1973 Lincoln, went out of Now c..~.~t ~o.o-,~|, MW 5:3o p m a~lenl/Iflk Pll#or Wednesday Midweek Service control and collided with a o:co .... p Wednesday 7:00 p.m. FtrSt Iklptll# Church ----o___~uar~ railing near a con-v~,~ ,.~,~.~ ch~h ~=.~, ,,.,~.., ~.~, LOOKING AT Of ~ Sund@y S