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NOTICE group from University, Kans. will have of the evening the Friends March 25, is located west of the and 33) ! ~nile south. !Public is invited. -o- PEN- OF GOD Galloway Tom tering "End of Time t is welcome. "O- EH six guests at March meet- became There were present. on "Fans" by Carmen. a very interest, After the report was the club have a Bake their financial There will be a March 31 at Grocery Store Pot lk Dale Building to get to know each conlmunity is no the ones that Come help us Do you neighbor? The bring what ~ more met them and took ! them to Huntsville, Tex. ' where they were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Powell for dinner. At Arlington, Robert took them to the Wax Museum, the most unique museum in Ameri- ca, 200 life size wax figures, 2,000,000 antique gun collection. The spec- tacular life size wax dis- play of the Last Supper. Even Bonny and Clyde were there on display with Will Rogers, John Wayne and Lyndon Johnson. They looked like they could talk. Friday, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Whitmore, Frank ad Belle Whitmore went to Baytown, Tex. to at- tend the rehearsal for the wedding, Sat. March 10 of Vance Whitmore and Peg- gy Otto at the Woodland park Southern Baptist Church. Vance is youth minister and music direc- tor there. There were 42 guests at the supper with Mr. and Mrs. Bill Whit- more as hosl:s at a Steak house in Houston. Mrs. Whitmore's mother, Mrs. Kathy Bolen, Anniston, Ala. and Mr. and Mrs. Ron Hall and family, An- niston were also guests. There were over 200 peo- ple at the wedding. After the reception the newlyweds left for Floridh on their honeymoon trip. It was a beautiful wedding. Mr. and Mrs. Vern Van- Bebber and family met the Frank Whitmores at the Oklahoma City air- port March 14. Sorry we missed writ- ing the news last week. -O- Show in school barn Bobby the grand Steer there. It Michele 12th on her the Oklahoma Show. The was the lar- that OKC has EDEN CHAPEL NEWS By Donna Burton Today the 19th, this morning, it was snowing like a blizzard. Hope we don't get a big one. Mr. and Mrs. Roger Courtright and son Kyle visited their grandmother Mrs. Opal Courtright Sunday. Sunday dinner guests of " " * :: ........... Mr. andMrs. Wayne Bur- that two have passed ago. Mrs. Dolly Kennedy and They were and well r. T to the rela- Maner visited Mr. E. W. Bucke, Mrs. Clinton dmond, were of Lena Other visitors Mrs. Jimmy , Son and daugh- Tex. The the new oil in the There is one ton were: Mrs. Arlene Matney and Donna, and Rick Burton, afternoon vi- sitors Were Mr. and Mrs. John Doddson and Vickie, and Frank Sutliff and Lee Murlin. Everyone was sorry about Don Perceful get- ting burned so bad. We hope he gets well soon. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Stan- ton and girls of Afton spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Joe Burton, and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Stanton. Saturday Mrs. Lois Taylor called on Mrs. El- sie Pock. Mrs. Emily Floyd visit- ed Mrs. Opal Courtright Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Mrs. Dave McLemore, Lori and Shown. After- noon visitors were: Mr. and Mrs. Lane Burton and son Frank. Mrs. Oren Matney and daughter Donna visited Mrs. Elsie Pock unday afternoon. Kenny and Kathy Murlin spent the weekend with their mother Beverly in Edmond, OK. April Shipley spent Saturday night with Jana Vassar. -O- COYLE NEWS By Veima Downey Mrs. Rex Jacobs returned from Marion, Louisiana where she visit- ed her mother Mrs. Flor- ence Gilmore of Marion Nursing Center. While there some twenty five relatives and friends celebrated Mrs. Gilmore's 97th birthday. Mrs. Jacobs took a three tiered cake baked by Bea Briden- stone. It had Happy Birth- day with 97 in colorful flowers. Many gifts were brought and the honoree wore a red ribbon stating ' roday is My 97th Birth- day." Mrs. Jacobs stayed with a cousin Mrs. Billy Dumas of Strong, Arkan- sas. During that time grandson Jay Kee Logue of Casey, Illinois and Bruce Prather of Danville, Illinois, stayed with Mr. Rex Jacobs. They visited Mr. and Mrs. Larry Jacobs, Landon and Lind- say of Ponca City and toured the Continental Oil Company where Larry works. Jay Dee is major- ing in Petroleum Technol- ogy and is scouting possible jobs in his field. Then they had a luncheon visity with Mr. and Mrs. Bill Jacobs of Crescent, visited Mr. and Mrs. Mack BrazieL Lisa and Lauren of Wellston, Mr. and Mrs. Ross Jacobs, Jeree Youngker of Per- kins. On Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Rex Jacobs, Jay Dee Logue, and Bruce Prather had dinner with Mr. and Mrs. H.M. Cross of Per- kins. ,Iay and Bruce also visited Mr. and Mrs. Pat Patrick of Mustang, form- erly of Cagey, Illinois. En- route home Sunday afternoon they stopped to see Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Jones, Tonya, Ken and Michaela of Skiatook. Mrs. Jones is the former Renay Cole of Coyle and e very close friend of Jay's mother, Carole. The credit for thinking-up bifocal eyeglasses goes to Benjamin Franklin, who de- vised the idea around 1785. The BIBLE Student the former Murlin and Chris spent Oklahomans will be Place and one the weekend with the AI- saddened to learn that place in neigh- Mrs. E. W. lg- len Sheltons at Miami, OK. M gret Payne spent Monday afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Burton. Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Price and Tiffany visited relatives last week in Iowa. Saturday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Bur- ton were: Mr. and Mrs. Earl Stanton and girls from Alton, OK, Mr. and qt4rs. Frank I home eight days went on Guthrie to Tex. Their Robert Whit- Chekd ? FOODS Okla. iPOT DAIR PRODUCTS" StiUwater 372-1"210. one of their notice sons, Dr. George Ben- son, 83, is seriously ill. Kingfisher, Dr. Benson has en- joyed a long tenure as a Christian educator, , advocate of the Ameri- can Free Enterprise System, and prime mover in the establish- ment of "Enterprise , Square" on the cam- pus of Oklahoma Christian College in ' Edmond. Dr. Banson served as a Christian mission- ary II years in China from 1925-1936. He . was called home in 1936 by the Harding University board to assume the school's presidency, which poei- tion he held until retirement in 1965. He then served Oklahoma Christian College as Chancellor for a num- ber of years. Among Dr. Ben- son's monumental work has been his cru- sade against godless, international Com- munism, the inner i wor Ige of which he saw first hand in Chi- na in the late 1920's and early 1930's. ) The Perkins Assembly of God Church is hosting a visit by The Cooleys, on Sunday morning March 25 at 10:45 a.m. They will present a gospel music program called "A Time for Refreshing." They present gospel music vocally and instrumentally. This family's style of music is easy listening and is designed to be enjoyed by young and old. A warm welcome to extended to you to attend this special program. Carney News By Pat Skaggs Masters Four Enjoyed A very large crowd en- joyed the "Masters Four" a gospel singing group from "Branson, Mo., Thursday night, March 15. The group gave their testimony in song in the Carney School gym. Proceeds from the con- cert went to help purchase a duplicating machine and other articles for the school. The Carney Baptist Church was host to Yo Yo Collins Wed. night, March 14. The church house was full of people coming to hear the dynamic young man give his testimony of faith through his songs. Yo Yo had a diving acci- dent seven years ago and broke his neck. He is para- lyzed from his neck down. The Lord gave him a beau- tiful voice, which he uses for the glory of God. Sympathy Extended Sincere sympathy is ex- tended to the families of Etta Weeks, 90; Leota Rodgers, 88, and Carl Pi- otrowski, 64, who all passed away recently. Mrs. Weeks lived in Texas, but was a former Carney resident years ago. Carney kinfolks includes sister, Sarah Gasaway and a brother John Cole. Mrs. Rodgers used to live in CArney and was loved by many Carney folks. Mr. Piotrowski's wife Bernice was a former Car- ney resident. The Pi- otrowskis are Tryon residents. Mrs. Rodgers lived in Stillwater. Her son Dale is a 1962 Carney graduate and lives in Metairie, La. Congratulations Sincere congratulations to Mr. and Mrs. David Phipps of Carney on the March 8 birth of a son. The new arrival weighed seven pounds and ten The Perkins JournalThursday. March 22, 1984 -- PAGE i~~ ounces and has been at this address for those named James Delma. who might want to send Grandparents are Mrs. her a card: Lillie Hanmer, Phipps, Mrs. Freida Port- Beaumont Nursing Home, er and Carl Christy, all of 2224 Carroll Blvd., Den- Chandler. ton, Tex. 76201. Great-grandparents in- Community Service clude Mrs. Thelma Smith, The three churches in Chandler and Mr. andCarney will get together Mrs. James Phipps of Sunday night March 25th Carney. James also has a : brother Kyle, 2, and a sis- ter, Emily, age 1. Progress In Carney There are several new businesses going up in Carney. A. J. Dornan has moved into his new Farm Feed Store, located north across the street of Dornan's Grocery in Carney. A new cafe which will be owned and operated by Mildred Ballew is under construc- tion on the same property that the new Farm and Feed store is on. Several new homes are being con- structed around Carney. A new church house has been started. It will be called the Hi Way Hollo- hess Church located on Highway 177 west of Porter's 66 Station in Carney. Carney is on the move in construction and progress. A small town and a good place to live. A note to remind any Carney Alumni, please send in your letters before the deadline, April 1, 1984. Our Alumni Herald will begin publication around that date and be in the mail by May 1st. As my letter stated, we will dedi- cate our Herald this year to Russell and Lillie Han- met, so send in your little memories and notes that you remember about this fine couple. Note: Lillie is improving slowly and can be reached for their yearly Communi- ty Service. Each pastor will have a short message. There will be a lot of good Gospel singing. Everyone is invited to the 7 p.m. service held in the Carney High School gym. SWANK NAMED Margaret Swank has been elected to serve a three year term on the Board of Directors of the Payne County Conserva- tion District, according to Leonard A. Solomon, E; ecutive Director of t~., Oklahoma Conse;'vati,~ ~ Commission. Ms. Swank will serve with Ival Hesser, J,G. Williams, Lawrence Ham and Myron Denny on the Conservation District Board. The District Secre~ tary is Doris Simpson. The District office is locat- ed at 800 East 6th, Still- water, OK. -O- NOBLE COUNTY GETTING GAZABO PERRY Over $500,- 000 already has been west entrance of the county courthouse, fhe new structure will cover what was once a pond, but has been converted into concrete benches. PUBLIC WELCOME Reverend and Mrs. Bobby L. Spear Rev. Bobby L. Spear Norma Jean Butler Spear Southern Baptist Missionaries to 7"hailand The Spears will be at the TRINITY SOUTHERN BAPTIST CHURCH Of Coyle Sunday, March 25, 1984 II:00 a.m. & 7:00 p.m. (Slide show (luring evening service.) 2~ miles north of Cimarron Bridge on the gravel road i i Let's Worship m gether... Perkins --- Ripley --- Carney Tryon -- Coyle -- Glencoe --PERKINS.-- ,-,TIIYON -- ' Amembly of God Church Flrlt i~rlmtlen Cl~rd~ Devld Selnee, Putor Cimnor Ileidwln, Palter Sunday School9:45 o,m. Sunday school )0:00 o.m. Morning Worship 11:00 a.m,Worship ~tvtce I 1 :Q0 o,m. Evening Worship 7:00 p.m. &~ly @4 God i~tul~h Wed Family Nighl ~ld ~l~r, PllltOr 7 to 8:1S p.m. Sunday School9:45 o.m. Chmrt~ OE Chrtlt Morning Worship 11:00 am. MOrning Worship 10:00 o.m.Evening Worship 6:30 prn. Evening Worship 6:00 p.m. Wed. Bibte Study 6:30 pm Wed. Bible Study 7:30 p.m. IqMIt Ilklpgllt Ch'e~h Flrlt Iptllt Church Lloyd Cempbell II Sunday school 9:45 o.m, Sunday School10:00 a.m, Morning Worship I1:00 a.rn. Worship 11:00 a,m Training Union 6:00 p.m, Sun. ~vening 7:00 p.m. Evening Worship7:00 p.m. Chrlltlln Union Chtlrch Wed. Proyer Mig. 7:30 pro. Ted elbm. FIrlt Chrlltlon Ch4r/rch Sundoy SChoot 10:00 o,m. SMn~ln. II~nfll~r Morning Worship 11:(]0 o.m. Church School9:45 o.m. . CYE 6:00 p.m. Mornir~ Worship 10:45 O.m. Youth Fellowship 6:30 p.m. ---OMINOOI~- Women's Councl 3rd Tues. " Alllmdlly at ~ Church 1:30 p.m. ~ l. Collins Wed. Service 7:00 p.m. Sunday School 9:45 O m Sev4Nlth DQy Morning Worship ll:O0 o.m AdvlmtlM Evongelistlc Serv. 7:00 p.m. Sabbath School 9:30 a.m. Wednesday Midweek Service Wo.h,p Service I1:o0 o.m. ~:30p, m. United Methodlet Church United Metl~emlt Che~k ~. W. IttKy, Pmltm" I~le Mm, ot. Church School 9:45 a.m. Church School 10:00 O.m. Morning Worship II:(X) o.m. Morning Worship ~1:00 o.m. MYF Wednesdoy Midweek Service Sunday I0:00 o.m, 7:30 pro. Wedneldoy 7:00 p.m Flflt IMIplilt V~ Pentecoetel Church Mertln Immon0, P~tor ef God Sunday School 9:45 o,m. IIf.. O~IiI~IR. Plt~rMorning Worship 11:00 o.m Sunday School9:45 o,m. Troining Union6:45 p.m Worthip Service I 1:00 o.m,Evening Worship 7:30 p.m. Evongelism 6;30 p,m. wed. Service 7:30 pro, Wed. Proye Mtg. 7:30 p.m. Cl~rtk of a~dlt J41atei lunl~lr. Minister CI~AIqBI.-- Sunday School 9:45 o.m. United MotI~ Chur~t Morn,ng Wo~htp 10:45 am. MI Ill/,d~J, I~l~@r Youth Meeting 6:30 p.m. Morning Worship 9:45 o,m. Evening Wonlhip 7:30 p.m. Sunday School 10:&5 o.m.Wed. Service 7:30 p.m. Evening Worship7:00 p.m. Wed. Bible Study 7:00 p,m. --CAI~I[Y-- UMYF 7:00 pro. first Chrhltlen Cl~rch Sundoy School10:00 o,m. -.LOl~lr CI~SI( -- Church Services 1 l:00 o.m. United Methe~llt Chw'clbYouth Meeting3:00 p~m. MOIl IhNId. IqNt~r Evening Service 6:30 pm. Sunday School 10:00 o,m. Alllmlily ot ~ Morning Worship 11 :gO o.m. Lonnle I~meldkm~. Pcmt~r Sunday School945 a,m. --SlPLIY*- Church Service 10:45 o.m. C~Mrdl Of ~ Evening Worship 6:30 p.m. Ilellth. PoJeor Wed. Evening 7:00 p.m, Sunday ScHool 9:45 o.m. --ANA CHUIICHIIS-- Morning Worship 11:00 o.m. Youth Activfftel 6:30 p.m. E..nlng Wo.hi, "? Wed. Service 7:30 p.m.I ml, Wll# Of C~lhlns Iqrlt ~ MethodlM hymer Cox. Peltor Sunday School 9:45 o.m. t~lry W. WntlelL, I[~mtor Morning Worship 10:45 o.m. Morning Worship 9:30 o.m~ Evening Service 7:30 p.m. Church School 10:30 o.m. Bible Study, Tues 7:30 p.m. Wed. Bible Study 7:30 p.m. Choir. Wed. 7:30 p,m, Youth Meeting 6:00 p.m. Olemm~ Volley Of ~ i ml I Of Stlll~t~r O~ $1 Bible Study 10:00 o.m.Sunday School I0:00 o.m. Morning Worship 11:(}0 o.m. Morning Worship 11:00 o.m. Evening Worship 7:00 pro. Young People 7:30 p.m. firm Cl~lltlen Church Evening Worship 7~30 p.m. PIMI Meillott, Pester Po~lSlle leqlt|lt MIImtle~ Sundoy School 10:00 o.m. JI41ckJe McAnolly Morning Worship 11:00 o.m. ml g. $1 ml W Of Youth Fellowship 6:00 p.m. StlllwethlW Evon~olist(C Serv. 7:00 p,m. Sunday School 10:00 a,m. wed. Service )':00 p.m.Morning Worship 11:00 o.m Evening Worship 6:00 pro, ~-- ~ Unkm Chl, n~ Fllrtt Cl~'kltllm ~ S ml S Of iT/on I1~ W. (k~f. Ml~loterMelm. Ihmd Sunday School 10:00 o.m. LAinW IIIIIqllr, Plltlr Morning Wonlhip 11:00 o.m.Sunday Schoot 10:00 o.m. Youth Meetln~ 6:30 p.m. Morning Worship 1 I:00 o.m. Evening Worship 7:30 p.m. Bible Study 7:00 p.m Women's Council, 3~d Wed. Young People 7:00 p.m. //~Nt 2 p,m~ U llm'~ Fr~llburl~MothedMt Rkr~ ~nclay School 10:00 am. Worsh~ Service 10:45 a.m. II ml I Of 1OA Ikln~ Sundoy School 10:00 am. Trinity Tabernacle Morning Worship I 1:00 O m. Penteosfol Church Evening Worship 6:00 p,m. of God Br~,,,~ Ch,~., vel ~Me, Pelter 723 E. 17th slilllwater, 7 ml W Of ~kl~, Sunday A.M. 10 a.m. e~ N~/$l Sunday School 10:00 a,m. Sunday RM. 7 p.m. Morning Worship 11:000.m. Thurs. P.M. 7 p.m. Evening Worship 7:30 p.m. Wed, Worship 7:30 pro, ATTEND THE CHURCH OF YOUR CHOICE THIS SUNDAY Years of service, covering many miles, and carrying heavy loads have taken their toll on this tire. however, if you put it in the hands of an expert. this tire may he rehuih, and renewed fro' years of service. Hm~ like the tire x~e are, x~orking at home m' (m the .iob, meeting the chal- len~:-es that come up each day. Hoxx ~l()Od it is then t() enter the house ~,[ the Lord. an(1 let our 3Ia.,ter rem,Ad. rebuild, and strengthen us for the days ahead. Attend church, regu]ar]y ,and receive . t the N,netits of a bountl:ttll love. Co!*'~*- Ad-. This Message Sponsored By . Mc Daniel & Son Hdwe. "A (leeel Norlh~lro In Town" Sill end J4mn Mc0enlel !11 S. Mln $47-2472 Perkins, Og Baker's Dry O~lods Store 102 S. M~I~ I~rkk~ $47-24~1 The Christian Book Store Let tl~ Chrllthln Io~kltore Help LIIht tim Woyl Clmarr0n Pllm Stlllwetor II72-491~ Perkins '" Livestock Auction Sele Every wednelday 547-25Sl II~rk In~ OK Lonlfs Grocery-Gibble Gas & Tire Shop Moin ltrlet in Coyle OINm 7 Deye Week 7 o.m. to 10 p.m. 4~I-92el. Wyatt'$ Caf~torla "It's the Slit ~ Stylo Co@lklnll in Town" CImerro~ Plebe gtl|lweter SlrT. 1YTll Perkins T.V. & A lience AppIle~ $47-2122 Hwy 177 N Of City PIIIK INIL OKLAHOMA Cooper Compliments of McAnally's Grocery $47-511~ Ilelph's W. Freemen St. I~rk I~#. OK ] .) ,P