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! Thoughts and Things from The 1ournal Staff a over the pestff I it was in- to be more or bound over the little projects up that had I am occa- by close my habits, so have shown concerto I have completely reformed. I spent more time looking for the Scrabble game Saturday than cleaning, if that tells you mucLL There are times when one has a particularly dif- ficult run of a few days in a stretch and can seem to actually pinpoint all of the reasons. I am hoping that the spell will pass with the weather and the raying of taxes. --Janet ies Acts are selected selected appearance. Red Also, Diana Rudd will an- direct the Magnificent Music Makers; Richie Blubangh, Nicole Bus- acts will ap- tian, Kerry Bowling, Cassia Burton, Kristy r:30p.m, in Duffle, Tara Harp, Jan gym- Hollenback, Matt Hren- event is cher, Derek Longan, year by Travis Majors, Cheri of McKinnis, Heather Mof- fat, Philfip Raines, Rachel Singers Sharp, Caprecia Sloan, under the Charles Ventris, Amber of Rosalee Williams and Stephanie Marilyn Wooden. accompan- Willingham reported she was looking for short, Cimar- humorous skits for are Billie tween acts. She said in- Bates, dividuals or clubs could Diane enter skits. Persons in- Elwood, terested in doing skits laches, Rhona should telephone Will- Kirby, ingham at 547-2079 or Leslie 547-5069. ouilanda Sex- This year's emcee will Sparkman, be Dr. Larry Gill, and Jeree superintendent of the Perkins-Tryon school n8 gospel system. Bob Duke, A final List is not yet vans, Keith available for contestants Monica in the Ms. Perkins pageant which will be held with the Follies, ac- 'songs solo as cording to coordinator act. Patty Johnson. Red She said she had several make an entries but some names STILLWATER FRUIT AND VEGETABLE MARKET 229 S. Perkins Road Plants (tomato, popper, cabbage, broccoli) Garden Fresh Vegetables Open Mon-Sst. 9 &m.-6 p.m. 624-8446 We took Heath to see Tank last week. Now this movie was rated PG so we figured a dirty word here and there or a suggestive scene, but he watches to- day's television so he can handle that. Were we in for a surprisal Here is a movie with a good story, we laughed, cried and even got angry, so why in the world did they have to use so much dirty language. I mean, like every other word, several of which we had never heard before. Believe you and me we exercised some Parental Guidance on the way home. I want to give you peo- ple who drive small cars fair warning. Stay off our country roads! The recent rains have left holes large enough to bury a Voikswagon. --Earlene were unconfirmed. Johneon said there should be "a lot of new faces" in the pageant which in- volves men competing for the title of "Ms. Perkins." Pageant contestants can range from high school students to city of- ficials. Businesses and organizations usually sponsor candidates. -o- OREO COOKIE CATTLE CHANDLER --The F. A. Turk farm west of Chandler features 16 remarkably marked black and white cattle many have called "Oreo Cookies." The cattle have a white band around the middle, just Like the well- known cookies. -o- LABOR DAY IS DERAIL DATE? CUSHING --Labor Day was given as the date that rail service may stop at Cushing, when Santa Fe closes down the Camp to Cushing line of 25 miles, which they claim is unprofitable. Cushing business people are look- ing into a project to lease or buy the line and operate their own system. In a meeting at Chicago, Santa Fe officials said they are committed to closing the line and are confident the Interstate Commerce Commission will rule in their favor. South Main Member F.DA.C. your social security check .,,d''efl. ~' lme ,] -., * - 1 direct m m today mad 'r. ge for you ' it. It only takes a mmute and you did. Latlon ~-~-~-~- The Perkins JournalThursday, April 5, 1984 -- PAGE 3 For the past two days was placed into the bill. (Wednesday, Thursday) While at first blush this 'K ch said. 'We beLieve it William D. Ruckelshaus, appears to be a very is an idea whose time has Administrator of the En- desirable addition, my come." vironmental Protection concern wu the final Even now, several Agency (EPA), has been pemmge by tlm House and months away, the local in Stillwater on the OSU Seuatge of HB 1462. I did DU chapter and its plan- campus. He addressed a not want this controv ning committee is public group Wednesday sial amendment to 'qove meeting and orga dzing afternoon in the Student the bill to deatl " lessen- every detail of the oncom- Union Theatre; conducted ink the poseiblity of its ing "Green Wing" day. a brief press conference, final passage. As a result , Membership in "Green andweshonorgusstatan of a technical parliamen- It has well been saidyoungsters ages 7-17,Winge" is only $5 a year, evening dinner in thetary procedure after ap- that no organization is throughout the Unitedincludes the DU maga- OSU Student Union. Heproval of the bilL I was more than one generation States, Canada, and zine, and other benefits attended a breakfast with able to retain control of away from extinction.Mexico. !such as participation in student leaders Thursday the bill to provide me with Failure to interest and The first annual Payne' the day. morning, additional time to motivate the oncomingCounty "Green Wing" The tentative day's pro- In next week's Journal evaluate the poseibLity of generation in the goals, day is scheduled for gram for August 25, some details of his visit final passage of the bill. activities, past, present, August 25 at Sanborn scheduled from 9 a.m. to will be presented. Currently, the bill is on its and future, can sound the Lake and the Izaak 1 p.m. is as follows: --Land way back to the House for death knell. Walton League Club- Introduction and .... consideration of Senate Keenly aware of the house, according to welcome--Frank Lewis. amendmentaHopefully, a above, Ducks Unlimited Chuck Ketch, Payne Hunter Safety-- solution will be found soen sponsors the "Green County DU Chairman. Randall Leigh, Delbert and this bill can then be Wing" program for 'Whis is a fine step for- Foltz (State Game enacted into a law. ward for DUin this ares," Rangers) I am always available to Waterfowl Identifica- anyone who might have a Brahm's Requiem will tion--Ban Frits. question or comment Ap regarding any issues we premier on ril 17 Decoys (how to make; how to place)--Bili Hicks. may handle at the State C a 11 i n g Capitol. My address is: A new English editionconcert beginning at 8:00 Demonstrations--Max By smmtor Shedriek Senator Bernice Shedrick, of Johannes Brahm's p.m. in the Concert Hall Johnson (also a contest). Legislation creating aRoom 426, State Capitol, deutsche$ Requiem will of the Seretean Center, Retrievers -- demon- new law to address theOklahoma City, OK premiere in Stillwater on OSU. stration by Mike Morgan question of what may or 73105, or P.O. Box 843, Tuesday evening, April Dr. Lara Hoggard, in- with his dog. may. not be done with Stillwater, OK74076. My 17. A 150-voice choir, ternationally known Reloading Techniques political campaign con- telephone number in Okla- comprised of the newly musical artist and -- Conrad Kleinholz. tributions in Oklahomahoma City is (405)524- formed Stillwater Com- teacher, will conduct the Blinds and dress -- wes approved by the State -0126, Extension 572; in munity Chorus and theperformance of his ownmembers of the Senate this past week in Stillwater, (405)743-4500. University Chorus, and work. JoAnn Ottley, committee. floor actium The measure, -o- the Oklahoma State soprano from Utah, andPubLicity --Randie Per- House Bill No. 1462, University Symphony Charles Nelson, tenor due, Fish Fowl editor. which I am spo o in Wl3at Motl3ers wm p form the new veT- from East Texas State Food and refreshments the Senate offers specific S OUJ Know sion of the Requiem at a University, will be the -- John Brnnnemer. guidelines as to the soloists. Members of the Lunch will be served disposition of camp AbOUt Teetlling SENIOR CITIZEN Oklahoma Symphony wiliwith Red's Dell, Wonder contributions received by By NEWS join the OSU Symphony Bread, and Coca Cola fur- candidates for public of- Dr. John Thompsen, Jr. By Mildred Cash for the concert, which is nishing the menu. Par- rice in our state. D.M.D. Floyd and Mable sponsored by the OSU ticipants receive DU but- Under present law, per- Your baby will develop Caldwell returned home Department of Music. tons and decals. sons running for pubLic of- two sets of teeth. The first last week after spending Hoggard, aformerprc Each summer eight rice in Oklahoma have set is called primary or the winter in Texas. lessor of music at theyoungers are selected to nearly unlimited power to baby teeth. The second Mable had the misfortune University of North visit the Canadian duck say what willbe done with set is called permanent to have pneumonia butCarolina began a study of breeding grounds. Win- any contributions theytestb. Generally, babies she is feelinglots better at English translations of ners are selected from a receive. In addition, there begin to teethe when they this time. the famed Requiem while writing contest sponsored are no limitations on what are four months old, but Bob Rylant visited the a director of choral ac- by DU. Additional infor- candidates can do withyou may not see the first Center Friday. He and his tivities at the University mation on this will be money remaining after a teeth until six or seven family were here to help of Oklahoma in 1942. presented in a later campaign has been corn- months, his father, Jim Rylant Through discovery and column. pleted. It is not illegal in Baby's first teeth must celebrate his birthday, exploration, he found SENDING BILL Oklahoma, for example,push or cut through the April 1. They live inmany inaccuracies in the FOR BRIDGE for a candidate to keep left gum tissue. It is not cur- Spearman, Tex. various English transla- DAMAGE over funds for his or her prising then that most We have a very prettytions of German, signifi- STROUD --County own personal use-- babies areuncomfortable quilt in the frames for cant textual differences Commiseioners havesent whether the campaign was and irritable when this DO Mrs. Ibison. She is giving among the English veT-P. O. Falco Trucking won or lost. This is wrong, curs. You should makeit to her granddaughter sions, and even altera- Company a bill for in my opinion, sure, though, that this iT- and husband as a wed-tions in Brahm's musical $60,000 to repair a bridge House Bill No. 1462 was ritability is not due to a ding gift. patterns, which the Commissioners drafted to supply new real illness which may be Cegil and Opal Redus Tickets for the allege the trucking corn- rules by which future can- mistakenly thought to be spent the weekend in Hot didates for pubLic office a sign of teething. Springs, Ark. attending Stillwater performance pany damaged when one may be obtained at 121 of their trucks turned must abide. It will do just Usually your baby will the horse races. Seretean Center. All seats over on it. The bridge was that, if it gains final show that he is teething The Cashs, Dale and are $8.00. located near Happy passage into law as by biting his hand or Florence Holbrook and Valley. expected, other objects, crying at John Baker spent Sunday The hill states "contribu- Teethii shouldnotcaueenight and drooling, in Mooreland, OK tions received by a can- celebrating their REVIVAL didate for any public office high temperature, cough, birthdays. shall be used to defray any ear or eye in factions. Alpha Bower visited Friends Chapel campaign expenditures or There is no connecting relatives Norman over any ordinary and between early and late the weekend. April 8-15, 1984 necessary expenses incur- teething and intelligence, We had a big c uwd for red by the candidate in strangth or health of the Music Night and three Sunday . 11:00 AM ' connection with his duties permanent teeth. Eachnew musicians from Yale. " " es a holder of the public baby is dilferent in its Hosteeses were Georgia Evening 7:30 PM office. Said contributions rate of tooth develop-Burnett and Mildred * " " ' shall not be used for any ment. If a baby begins to Cash. other purpose. The bill teethe early, however, he Don forget the Pot Hiram Bridenstine goes on to provide that will probably develop his Luck Dinner Wednesday Evangelist contributions and any permanent teeth earlier. April 11th. esrned intermt not used in Gospel Singing is EVERYONE WELCOME! the above-stated manner Teething pain and Thursday night, April The church is located =even miles west on 5.H. 33 from the nine-mile corner south of 5tiliwoter and must be returned to con- discomfort can be helped 19th beginning at seven 'h mile south tributors, donated to other in some babies with o'clock. campaigns or political par- teething medications -c. ties, or retained by the which contain a topical candidates for use in anesthetic such as Baby future elections. Orajel. You may want to These few, simple in- give your baby something structions are what isto "chomp" on. Teething BIG CREEK CHURCH OF THE BRETHREN lacking in Oklahoma cam- rings and hard foods like (3 Miles West of Cushtne on Hwy 33) palgn finance law--or,carrot sticks and toast are perhaps I should say, the helpful since they satisfy lack of campaign finance baby's urge to push the law in Oklahom& They are teeth through the gum April 9- 15 desperately needed, I tissue. beLieve. "FAITH - LIVING During the course of the Remember that the bill's passage on the teething process is part of Senate floor, a very con- baby's normal develop- IN THE troversi amendment-- omeat. Patience and love eliminate any appoint- wiUhelpspeadyourb_aby EIGHTIES" ment of tag 8gents by through this period ot members of the executive discomfort. RONDAY - SATURDAY AT 7:~0 P. ~. or legislative branches-- ROBERT A. BYERLY , I , I SUNDAY AT 10:~5 A,M, B.A. OKLAHOMA STATE UNIVERSITYMONDAY: "HAVE GOSPEL WILL TRAVFL" WIN THE BEEFI """ D.ST, TERPLE UNIVERSITY TUESDAY: ~'|r HAPPENED ON & STDF STREET" Home Grown) PASTOR: WEDNESDAy: YOUTH NIGHT ~'THE TURNAROUND" LAPORTE-RICHIGAN CITY, IND, THURSDAY: "HONEST ANSWERS FOR HONESt With $160.00 purchase, register to win one- PASTOR OF CHURCHES: OUe ST IONS" half side of beef. CUSHING, OKLAHORA (1939-19q ) FRIOAY: "CHRIST IkT THE CENTER" , KOKOR0, INDIANA (1gqq-1951) , PROFESOR OF RELIGION SATURDAY:"THE OTHER SIDE OF THE OO$PEL" June 2, 5 p.m. E~,.....o... PA (1952-197,) su.oAv: PAL. SUNDAY "THE t,,.E #,I~0VE EVERY NAME" EXTENSIVE TRAVELER It LECTURER EUROPE. AFRICA, INDIA, HOLY LAND SPECIAL RUSIC We Give S&H Green Stamps, PASTOR: WATERBED ROOM ...... .... , ,: ..... -,-,,o. cox " " CHiLOREN"$ STORY TIME each night ............ NURSERY PROVIDED 1911 N. Boomer (405) 372-0900 ' 'I ~ ' II II