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PAGE 8 -- The P,rldma Journal Death Notices !Bryant Services ' Heid Saturday Funeral services for Willie R. ' Bill" Bryant, 85, Depew, were held Saturday, April 1, 1989, in the Stroud Church of Christ. Interment in Euchse Valley Park Cemetery east +of Cushing. Henry Petree officiat i. Bryant died Tuesday, March 28, :1989, in Cushing Regional Hospital He was born the son of W. C. Bryant and Ada (Brennon) Bryant on December 21, 1903, in En]ce, .Texas. : He was a Texas native and had :lived in Creek County most of his :life and was employed with Kerr. :McGee at Mflfay at the time of his :retirement. +~ H e is survived by his wife of ne~. ly 60 years, Rove (Kitterman) Bryant of the home; a daughter, Mrs. Ronald (Betty) Holsinger, :Cushinff, three sons, Billy Don ryant of Depew, Wayne Bryant of ulsa and Dale Bryant of Graham, exas; 14 grandchildren and 15 jgreat-grandchildran; four sisters, Opal Howell and Eunios Smothers, both of Tulsa, Juanita Ripley of Perry, Gladys Drain of Libby, M ontana lmstead Services :Held Monday Funeral services were held for Kenneth Eugene 'Trick" OknstmcL 82, Glencoe, Monday, April8, 1989 at Reavis Funeral Home Chapel+ Stfllwater. Int me was in Sunset emorial Gardens. ~: He died at his residence Thurs- day, March 30, 1989. Olmstead was born northmmt of -Marshall in Oklahoma Territory, :~Iay 21, 1906, son of Eugene and Lula Kate (Bennett) Ohnstead. He married Thelma Fern Cameron in + [ndspendance, Kay, April 28, 1944. He had lived in Coffeyvflle, Ken., ~ntil moving to the Stillwater area :|n 1959. He was retired from Gold Spot +:Dally. " Memorials may be made to DremTeam PGI3 Sat. and Sun. 2 and "4:20 Nightly 7 and ~.20 FanDmnme Cyherlle R Sat and Sun. 2:15 and 4"~ Nk tly 7:15 and Fletch Lives PG Sat mid Sun. 2 and Nightly 7 .ml ~.20 Chances Are Sat. and Sun. 2 mMI Nlghtly 7 asd ~,20 Twins PG Sat. and Sun. 2 and 4~0 Nightly 7 mtd 9:20 Sat. mid Sun. 2 awl 4k4$ Sat TAP PG18 and Sun. 2:15 and 4k10 Nightly 7:15 and ~.10 ' _ Thffi b.v. a 1989 Hospice and American Heart Association Olmstead was a member of the First United Methodist Church, charter member of the Moose Lodge, and a member of the Odd Fellows Lodge No. 14. He was preceded in death by six brotherL Survivors include four sons, Kan- ny of Eulese, Texas, Kevin of the home, Gilbert of Magnolia, Ark., sad Oliver, of San Diego, Calif.; one daughter, Mrs. Hugh (Anne) Bram- ble, San Angalo, Texas; 13 grand- children, eight great-grandchildren; two brothers, Leston of Laurel, Miss., and Loren of EnkL Pallbearers were Paul Bramble, Travis Olmstead, Mark Olmstead, Merritt Olmstead, Buell Ohnstead and Bob Williams. -o- Pritehard Services Held Sunday Funeral services for Gus O. Prit- chard, Carney, were held Sunday, April 2, 1989 in the Carney Assembly of God Church which he attended. Officiating ministers were Rev. Don Stewart, Rev. Howard Nipper and Rev. Scott Stearman. Interment was in the Carney Cemetery under the direc- tion of Hackler Funeral Home of Cushing. Mr. Pritchard died Thursday, March 30, 1989, in Stillwater Medical Center at the age of 81. He was born on August 7, 1907, in Marion County, Ark. the son of Robert Forrset and Susie (Quick) Pritchard. As a youth he was reared and educated there and when he was 19 he came to Lincoln County near Chandler. The next year, on July 21, 1927, he and the former Mary Threea Miller were married in Chandl&, the county seat. The couple fanned near Carney and to the marriage nine children were born. In addition to farming, he was employed as an cilfield pumper un- til 1962 when he took employmemt with the City of Stfllwater, retiring in 1972. In 1956 they moved to Carney. He was preceded in death by a grandson, two sisters and four brothers. Surviving are his wife of the home; three sons, Robert Leroy of Carney, Everett D. Pritchard of Leoti, Kan-, Gus O. Jr., of Mew quite, Texas; six daughters, Susan Marshall of Perkins, Naomi Lee Bell of Carney, Hazel Smith and Aldeda Michael, both of Monnett, Me., Rosatta Nettles of Greenville, Texas and Phyllis Morris of Omaha, Ark; 32 grandchildrs 43 t-gran two sisterL lmdne Bond of Dewey and Myrtle B erln~min of Boasier City; L~,'and two brothers, Tilford Pritchard of Longdale and J. M. Pritchard of Clovis, N.M. Serving as pallbearers were John Doman, Ted Hover, Orlie Thomp son, Philip. Roberts, Tom Bailey and Kenneth Brandon Honorary pallbearers were Oscar Nettles, Charles Kirkpatrick, and John Simpeo -0" On the average, the human body has twenty squm feet of skin, nine thousand taste bud=, five million balm, and 13 billion nerve cells. PumA,. Services Held Wednesday {Today) Funeral services for Mrs. J. B. (Esther) Pulliam, of Carney, was held Wednesday, April 5, 1989 at 10:30 am. in the First Assembly of G od Church in Carney. Rev. Lonnie Donaldson and Don Stewart officiated with intemaent in the Carney Cemetery. She died Monday, April 3, 1989 in a Midwest City hospital at the age of 84. The daughter of Z. W. and Mar tha (Johnson) Hagger, she was born in Randolph County, Me., on August 2, 1904. She came to Carney when she was in her teens and has lived there since. She and Joseph Pryan Pulliam were married in Chandler on Dec. 14, 1920. She was a member of the First Assembly of God church. In addition to her husband, she was preceded in death by a son, five brothers and seven sisters. She is survived by three daughters, Sharon Wilson of Carney, Juanita McKaughan and Wanda Foulds, both of Choctaw; eight grandchildren and 14 great- grandchildren and three brothers, Ralph Haggar of Mannford Zim Hagger of Orangedale, Calif. and Jesse Haggar of Sacramento, Calif. -O- Traver Services Held Wednesday William W. Traver, former Coyle resident, died Sunday, April 2, 1989, in the Cotes Nursing Home of Guthrie. Graveeide services were held in Clarkson Cemetery, southwest of Stillwator, at 11 a.n Wednesday, April 5, 1989. Traver was the son" of Mr. and Mrs. Burt Traver and was born Ju- ly 8, 1902 in Payne County. He was reared in Payne County and at the time of his death was retired. He never marriecL He is survived by a brother, George Traver of Louisiana and a sister, Hattie Ingle of Coyle, and a special friend, Brenda White of Coyle. -O- Coyle News by Velma Downey A church dinner was held Easter Sun- day following church servicea The in- vocation was given by Pastor Robert Stuart. Also present were Mrs. Stuart and all six of their grandchildr~ Ama~ d~ Robert and Chrlstena Stuart of Longmont, Colo., Keith, Kaleb and Kalena Hayes of Oklahoma City, Pat and Joe Blair, Oayla, Tammy and Shel- I~, Ow~l~ Mahmo~ Bigdley, Nasy Bigdley, Rahi Bigdley and Ranna Big~ey, Mr. and Mr~ Eddie Hmnmack, Dwayne and Billy, Mr. and Mrs. Olys Boyce, Mr. and Mrs. James Siesous, Dwain and Teresa, Mr. and Mrs. Delbart Woodsmall, Mr. and Mrs. Mike Waltman and Nicholas, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Linn and Donnie, Mr. and Mrs. J ames Mattingiey'and Cecil T., Mr. and Mnt Delmar Phillips, Stephenie, Dehnar J. and Brandi, Mrs Rick Bentley, Jodi, Michael and Amy Beth, Mrs. Kathleen Phillips, Mrs. Marie Sselig, Mrs. Olive Biby, Mrs. Virgie Welch, Shanmm Har- riL Mrs. Velma Downey and Chris Downey. .oo The Logan County Cimarr~ Valley Extanedon Homemakers mat in the home of Mrs. Fred Schneider for their March meeting. + The meeting began with John Fuller, representative from Oklahoma Highway Department showing a film pertaining to safety in connection with "Adopt A Highway. "The group chose this as one of their projects for 1989. President Arlene Hicks called the business meeting to order. The hostess gave the devotional from Proverbs. The group repeated the flag salute. Roll call was answered by giving 'qNhat is your most difficult coming project?" Ten members answered roll calL Guests were Christopher Nivens, Robbie L amecker, Kara and Justin Whitmore. Mrs. Wayne Whitmore presented the lesson, '~enning Update." What's new from the USDA. Counie gave many new rules to follow. One should have pressure cooker lids checked each year. Honey keeps in freeezer, does not turn to sugar. Only needs thawing before using. She had new handbooks issued by USDA to sell. Scholarship forms ware handed out. The group voted to purchase trophies for the local Bake Show. The group voted for each member to give $I for Christmas store and Senior Citizens of Coyle. These are both projects for 1989. G ail Ford reported an the club's outing on February 14 to 'TIaunted House" in Oklahoma City. County Bske show is April 5 and was reviewed by Diane Lamecker. Kay Adair volunteered to take entries to Guthrie. They may be left at Arlene Hicks' house. Diane Lameckar vohmtsered to bake a loaf of quick bread for District Council Meeting in Enid. On March 25 each member was to Bake and Take some article to someone who wouldn't bake for themselves. Cimarron Valley EH will pick up trash on their two miles of "Adopt A Highway" at 9:00 on April 8. Project Sheets were handed out. Kay Adair reported on County Council meeting held February 23. Creative Writing and Photography was entered by Linda Pickle, Vicky Hicks and Arlene Hicks. Vicky won a white ribbon on one photo. Kaye Freudenberger received her 25 year pin. The president handed out literature and encouraged members to Vote '~/es" on Question 620 on March 14 balloL Arlene Hicks gave the tre&surar's report and reported the dub had sold 83 cookbooke to date. The club will meet April 3 at Diane Lameckar's home. Agnes Schneider will be lesson leader. Arlene Hicks won the mystery gift. TOWN TO ELECT LIBRARY IS EXPANDED TOWN MEETING YALE - A $50,000 LSCA Title PAWNEE - A II Federal funded grant has made published in the possible the 18x50 foot expansion newspaper of the Yale Library. The new Meeting for the room will be used for story hour, Blackburn to summer reading program, adulttreasurer, town programing such as group and trustees. Those organization meetings, a storage the town meeting area and larger office area It will qualified voters who have a kitchenette and be equip- the town limits. ped with its own heating and air passed the town conditioning unit. year for towns -o- population. THE PERKINS DRUG Steve Willingham, Owner.Pharmacist HOURS: Men. thra Fri. 8:30 to 6 p.m. Saturday: 8:30 to 1 p.m. Phone: 547-2079 Perkins 246 Emergency Night Number: 547-5069 --tree limbs need to be bundled in 4 ft. lengths --Please leave items at the curb (Street Side) before 8 a.m. --Special wflIbe available for those who make arrange in, advance by contacting City Hall at 547-2445 or 547-5440 BEFORE May 4, 1989. BFI will make available to the residents of Perkins the Landfill between the hours of 8 am. to 4 p.m. Saturday, May 6, 1989. Proof of residency will be required at the Landfill gate. CARS running or not can be donated to the American Cancer Society by calling toll free 1-800-522-8139 ask for Joyce. {Can be used as tax deduction should you itemize) SPONSORED BY: BFI, +Town of Perkins, Perkins Chamber of Commerce (In case of rain there will be an alternate date arranged.) 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