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April 7, 1977     The Perkins Journal
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4.The Journal, Thursday, April 7, 1977 Cupids To Drug Store latest new business Close Cafe Dick and Mary announce this week effective Thursday invite area residents to come April 7, they will close The Perkins Drug Store Evelyn Scott, employees, in and get acquainted over a ..... care portion of Cupid&apos;s opened Monday, April 4th and Calvin Anthony, Phar- cup of coffee, they expand their with Lorene Redus and macist and owner. They Anthony says he is ready .  .... market business. to supply prescription needs ........ miDIk The Cupits purchased .......... business establishment .-. - from 1:30 p.m. to 7:00 p.m.  ................. Monday throughWednesday < 1963 and it has been andHowever,againthe OndrugFridaY.store : ,  i  ...... "" : PerkinsP°pularMaineatingstreet,places proper will open daily at 8:30 .... izing in steaks and " a.m. Monday through Satur- " .... wiches. The Cupits day with the pharmacy ed into the meat opening at noon on Saturday business sometime ago until 7:00 p.m. The store will have enjoyed con " :growth in that line. be closed on Thursdays. : The Drug Store will Dick reports that operate on a cash basis to intends to add another compete favorably with other meat case, 40 feet of local stores. Special sales food space, and will will be held on a regular his smoked and fresh basis for some merchandise, business, adding such Later, Anthony also plans as meatloaf and s a grand opening sale with a and meatballs, alan drawing. Having been re- smoked hams and ared in the Carney area, he and barbecued ribs. says he feel sat home among expanded business will introduce more con, [he new Perkins Drug Store occupies the building friends and acquaintances. Calvin Anthony and Lorene Redus are ready to welcome new customers with wrapped meat cuts jbrmerly housing the Grady Gardner station. He welcomes visitors to service and a cup of coffee. Evelyn Scott also works in the new Drug Store. packages, from 1 to observe the new store. pounds. "We want to thank a l_! our good cafe cus that have patronized Cu 1 __.='"- during ihe years," Dick Pat Skaggs writes EI!EIt glIAPEL I toinC°nvenience'"Wedevoteare moreS°rrYbuttimeWef°r the Carney News attention toourmeat expansion, so we a temporarily dropping cafe businegs. We'll I was born at Merrick, forward to serving you Okla. on March 28, 1933 and Mr. and Mrs. Earl Smith Whitmore were Sunday better in the meat market. moved to the Carney area in in the Clarkson community dinner guests of Mr. and t936, during the winter time are starting to build a new Mrs. Frank Whitmore. They in a wagon and team. I home. Mr. and Mrs. John were all Sunday afternoon HORSE wasn't very old, but l can Bourdette have recently visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Vcrn Mr. and Mrs. Winifred Mr. and Mrs. Harry remember those nine long completed a new one in the VanBcbbcr and family. Evans visited Mrs. Elsie Peterman and family, Mr. SHOEING miles across the country. Clarkson community. Con- Chandler, Oklahoma. Pock Sunday evening, and Mrs. C.T. Smith, Mr. Appointment or Carney has been my home gratulations to both families. Last Sunday night (Mar. Sunday visitors of Jim and Mrs. Delmar Smith and Shop and I am very proud of our Mr. and Mrs. George 27) we received another nice Taylor were: Mr. and Mrs. family, and Mr. and Mrs. Perkins Sale Barn town, school and all the Watkins visited Monday with rain l.i inch. and it was a Wayne Taylor and family; Gary Strub and family were Each Wednesday people who make up our Mrs, Jessie Lake at Still- gentle one which soaked into Mr. and Mrs. Dale Taylor Sunday dinner guest of Mr. REFERENCE FURN] community. I started to water Nursing Center. Mr. the dry soil. If you wait long and family; Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. Marvin Brier and Custom Hand Made Shoes grade school at Carney in = and Mrs. F. A. Whitmore enough, it always rains in Oney Taylor and family; family in Perry. 1939 and graduated from  were Thursday guests.Ol',Oklahoma. Mrs. JackMorgan gnu mr] i 918-374-2456 Carney High School in 1952. PatSkaggs. Mrs. Lake. Mr. And " Mrs. Frank Mrs. Maude Hanks [vir. al This year marks my 25th The Cimarron Valley Fox Whitmore were Saturday Mrs. Max Edmondson, Mrs. anniversary of graduation. I have held all offices in and Wolf Hunters Associa- callers at the Mary Brewer Ruth Etheridge, Mrs. Lydia ONE.DAY SERVICE One of my class mates, Roy the Carney Extension Home- tions Annual Spring Show home. Todd. /,  '_ PICK-UP & DELIVERY Starling is the president of makers Club, and secretary and Trials will be April 14.15 On March 28, Mrs. Shirley Mrs. Ruth Etheridge and " the alunmi association this for the Lincoln County and 16, 1977 at the old town Long, honored her husband Donna Murlin visited Mrs.  have a WARDROBE 3'ear. All seven of the 1952 Extension Club, also secre- site of Merrick. Ok. The Otis on his birthday with a Ruth Wells Saturday after- nice weekend... CLEANERS graduation class plan on tary for the Carney Alumni program Thursday is the dinner served to the follow- noon. 114W.SthAVE. being present at this years Association, and secretary Bench Show 7:30 p.m. and ing guests, Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Opal Courtright Stiliwater alumni banquet, an annual and treasurer for the Sat. presentation of trophies. Ottaway, Mr. and Mrs. visited Mrs. Emey Floyd Pho.372-7022 event at Carney that I look Assembly of God W.M. Congratulations to Coyly James Fairbanks, Jimmy Friday. forward to every year, which (Women's Missionaries). At 4-Hers for so many placings and Schelby, Mr. and Mrs. A birthday dinner was" is held the last Saturday present time I have taken on in the recent cake show and John Long, Mr. and Mrs. held at the home of Mr. and OPEN night of May each year. another job at Deiner Mills in creative cooks event(several Dick Rodger and Julie, also Mrs. Harry Peterman and I am married to Bill Chandler as a folder of live in Payne County).Coyle Mr. and Mrs. Joe Long and family March 27th for Susan Skaggs who is a native of T.shirts. I enjoy music, and won 43 blue placings-ribbons Elizabeth. They all wished Petermann, Those there PERKINS Marlow, Okla. We have four writting poetry. I wrote a and trophies, him many more happy were: Mr. and Mrs. C.T. children, Patty, who is song "At The End of Day", Mr. and Mrs. John birthdays. Smith from Orlando, Mr. and married to Mojtaba Baei and but didn't have it published Mrs. Marvin Brier and DRUG lives at Merrietta, Okla. as the price was far out of Dawn Brodlc00y Recipient family, Mr. and Mrs. Gary Mojtaba is attending college reach, anyway it was set to Strub and family Of Perry, at Gainsville, Texas. Mike, music and lhave the record. Mr. and Mrs.Delmar Smith Come in for a cup of ouroldestsonisasohomore lhavewrittenforthe of NOC Sct 1 ship andfamily, offe in high school and likes Chandler Lincoln County l(} C[r Monday Mr. and Mrs. C e and get acquainted. showing animals in the fat News for over two years now Alva Murlin and Mr. and stock shows and the fairs. He and for the Perkins Journal Dawn Denise Bradley, a retained for four semesters if Mrs. Lee Murlin, Jana and RX SERVICE AVAILABLE also plays baseball. Marybell almost two years. Perkins-Tryon High School college grades meet eligibil- Chris visited Mr. and Mrs. 246 S. Main Perkins, is in the eighth grade and is I like the Perkins Journal senior has been named one ity requirements. Jack Sutliff and family. active in basketball and is very much and especially of the recipients of the Recipients are requested Saturday night guests of 47-2079 president of her class, enjoy "Drifting Down Me- Regents Scholarships for to notify the college of their Mr. and Mrs. Harry Peter- Melvin our youngest is 11 mary Lane" and "Sound Northern Oklahoma College, acceptance of the scholarship mann and family were Mr. CALVIN ANTHONY and in sixth grade. He also Off." ' Dr. E. E. Vineyard, North- awards by April 15. Unused and Mrs. Bill Petermann and likes basketball and base- My main pet peeve is ern's president, announced funds will be awarded at a family from Marlow. (Owner & Pharmacist) ball. someone who does not din today, later time, according to Dr. Rev. Max Rudd visited We live on a dairy farm their lights at night while Dawn was selected by Vineyard. Mr. and Mrs. Verlin Nelson STORE HOURS: 8:30 a.m. to 7:00 p.m., Mon.-I three miles south of Carney. driving down the highway. I members of the faculty and family, and Mr. and Rx Dept: 1:30 p.m. to 7:00 p.m.-Man., Tues., Wed.' Anyone who has a dairy am not one who gets mad Student Personnel Commit- Mrs. Flay Caldwell, Thurs- Fri. and 12:00to7:00 on Saturday-Closed knows that there is always easily. 1 just hold on to the tee to receive the annual day. work to be done. I enjoy thought thatour Lord made a award. church work, and help teach way for us to all love one Scholarships are made on ! children's church in the another, and that we are to the basis of academic Sa.e on home heating and cooling. Carney Assembly of God turn the other cheek and performance, student activi- costs with these OG&E Tips on insulation. Church. I also enjoy basket- forgive seventy times se- ties and diversity of scholas- : ball, baseball and anything verity. To me that means a tic interests as well as need. , b,/q, Heat is always moving.., trying to get in or out of the home. However, heated air docsnt move that interests my family, lot of forgiveness for us all. The $100 scholarships can be ,as fast through insulation. This is why insulation h¢lps your home block out the heat in summer . Spring and Easter , '-G,ux BLOUSES vii II tLII IH K'X'." t,'Xc4.rCjfi?' windows to insulate ..;1  ..  ... or going out ) ] x:.'-'.' .' ,  | " Thesearebutafewwaysyoucanhelpyour- t "'''*,P-..: .., ima." - a,  I ./ self hold the-line on home hearth- and coati- '  KAYSER,I " Have attic and walls checked to makc sure you have ' I ," ,,n.t S " " ' adequate insulation. And don't forget to check the I  f_, .o: ..... ;A.. utri#t.  ..... h .... // /A  h,atmg and return sdr ducts for proper insulation  ................. - -  t il/Z,! i " Sweetwllllam gowns g robI  I, ;k  : I l ..%-'  OG&E office for your feco'pyo "f'eoiet ] A':--- I "How to Save on Your Electric Bill," It will be  helpful in . . . YOUR FUTURE THAT \\;T ,'CAFTANS - •  LOOKS ELECTRIC. ili' \\; \\;\ Solids & Stripes [* Serve as an after 5 hostess I ( .':'\\; ', 1 attire or an out for the evening ,,'1 I ," VIOLAS BOUTIQUE Pho. 547-2862 603 E. Kirk Ave. HOUS: 10:00 A.M. to 5:30 P.M. Perkln space under floors for LICTN SINVICI