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Glencoe News by Mrs. Shermen Bower ill - LOCALS has been ill for three months. I  Mrs. Grace Newbold, Two other of Mrs. Holland's I Mrs Josephine daughters Mrs. Nell Droke Ic Morrison and Mrs. Putnam and Mrs. Everal ly were Monday Wyatt went to visit Mr. and  callers on Mrs. Mrs. Thrush on Thursday Davis. returning Friday bringing Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Taylor Mrs. Holland home. Pawnee were Wednesday Mr. and Mrs. Franklin afternoon visitors with Mr. Fuss, Lone Chimney area tad Mrs. Jim Kincaid and were Thursday evening and Mrs. Sherman visitors with Mrs. Maude Davis. Mrs. Maude Davis re- David Downs is convelsc- ntly received word her ing at home after spending Ster-in-law Mrs. Myrtle several days in an Oklahoma avis) Royster, San Demis, City Hospital, wishes to fliFornia, had suffered a thank the good people for attack, kindness and cards while Mrs. Mary Redburn, there. nee was Friday visitor (Please Excuse) Mr. and Mrs. Emmitt Mr. and Mrs. John Marsh, mu Emporia, Kansas were week- Mr. and Mrs. Miles end visitors with Mr. and Tucker and family Mannford Mrs. Orvil Sawyer and Mrs. Ld Mrs. Jessie Clark Lizzie Clark. Saturday even- ill,ater were Sunday din- ing all visited Mr. and Mrs. guests with Mrs. Katie Clarence Ittner at Rosewood c]:er. Manor Nursing Home, Still- Mr. and Mrs. Bud Brown, water and were entertained Perkins were Sunday after- by a group of Country and visitors with Mr. and Western Musicians and rs Tom Brown. singers from McAlester, Mr. and Mrs. Ernst Wewoka, and Stillwater. Westmorland, Stillwater Later all went to the Were Monday visitors in Hearthstone Nursing Home Gl.tcoe. They also visited to be entertained again by the Senior Citizen Center. the group. Playing and Mrs. Emma Holland re- singing. On Sunday Mrs. tUrned Fridayafterspending Lizzie Clark was also a two weeks in Joplin, dinner guest with the k[ s,,ouri visiting her daugh- Sawyers. Mr. and Mrs. Charley Clyde Treat Jr. and family, rtsh. Mrs. Thrush (Vera) Mr. and Mrs. Dean Warden and family Stillwater and Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Horner and family were Sunday WHOLE MILK dinner guests with Mr. and $1. 's GALLON Mrs. Clyde Treat Sr. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Linsenmeyer were invited to 547-264900r Parents Day held Sunday at BALLI00OH ALL RCA, / WHIRLPOOL APPLIANCES STILLWATER'S MOST COMPLETE HARDWARE:GIFT & SPORTING GOODS ITEMS China, Crystal, Silverware So. Main, Stillw, ater 372-0468 I I DRINK MILK Central State College, Ed- mond where their son Wayne attends. A lovely day was spent by all. A noon luncheon was served. The Glee Club rendered several numbers. The Chorus also sang several numbers. Each mother received a Carnation corsage where they regi- stered. Wayne took them sightseeing around the cam- pus. Mrs. Eleanor Miller and Mrs. Elizabeth Turner were Monday morning callers on Gertrude Linsenmeyer for coffee. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Baker spent Sunday n Sapulpa visiting their daughter Mr. and Mrs. Kenny Applegate. Other guests were Mr. and Mrs. Jackie Jones and family and Mr. and Mrs. Rick Weaver and family, the children of the Applegate's. Mr. and Mrs. J.D. Sears and J.D.'s mother Mrs. Beulah Sears, Barnsdall were Sunday visitors with Mr. and Mrs. Roy Baker. Mr. and Mrs. R.E. Peterson and son Brad Peterson and little Amie spent Saturday visiting Mrs. Lela Olinghouse and Mr. and Mrs. Jess Tipton. Amie is the great-granddaughter of Mrs. Leta Olinghouse and Mr. and Mrs. Jess Tipton. Mr. and Mrs. Jay Hicks, Thayer, Kansas were Sunday evening visitors with Mr. and Mrs. Rob Broyles. All went to Stillwater to visit Mr. and Mrs. Bill Kistler, Pawnee who are both patients in the Stillwater Municipal Hospital. Mrs. Hicks is the former Pearl Wells sister of Mrs. Bill (Lula) Kistler. Thursday visitors with Mr. and Mrs. Charley Sears were Mr. and Mrs. Claud Kin- nemer Waterford, California on Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. J.D. Sears and Mrs. Beulah Sears, Barns- dull visited Mr. and Mrs. Charley Sears. Mr. and Mrs. Les Grote, Mrs. Emma Spurgon, Paw- nee, who had broken her leg. She is goind real well for an 86 year old. Mr. and Mrs. Les Grote andMr, and Mrs. Ed Grote were Sunday dinner guests with Mr. and Mrs. Earl Lynch, Pawnee. Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Vogle, Lone Chimney area were Thursday evening visitors with Mr. and Mrs. Les Grote. Sunday dinner guests with Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Shell were Mr. and Mrs. Kibry Brock, Stillwater, Mr. and Mrs. Jon Brock and Will Sherman, Texas. Tom Focht, Rusty, Tommie Sue and Rick Leith. Mr. and Mrs. Mike Coates and Michele, Luther were Saturday visitors with Mike's grandmother Mrs. Faye Murphy and other relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Milton Nichols, Mr. and Mrs. Max Haken, Shelia and Brett, Mr. and Mrs. Rick Hesser and Ricky, Mrs. Lilly Nichols and Mrs. Faye Murphy were Sunday dinner guests with Mr. and Mrs. Jim Stephens and Nichole. Mrs. Eddie Porter, Faiffax had minor surgery on her foot Monday in Fairfax Hospital. We wish her well. Mrs. Loa Lee Creager and Janet, Pawnee were Sunday afternoon visitors with Mrs. Creager's parents Mr. and Mrs. Myrle Porter. Other guests were Mr. and Mrs. Jimmie Porter. HOSPITAL NOTES Kathy Spiva returned home Thursday after spend- ing over a week in the Stillwater Municipal Hospi- tal. Wilma Clapp was a patient in the Stillwater Municipal Hospital last week. DEATH Funeral services were held last week in the United Methodist Church, Bartles- ville for Bob Whitson son of Mrs. Myrtle Whitson and the late Francis Whitson, Still- water. They were long ago residents of Glencoe. Bob was born in Glencoe and had many friends and relatives. He was also a nevhew of Mrs. Arthur Peterson, Paw- nee. pioneer day '77 Well Saturday, April 9th was Ripley's Pioneer Day. ,And even tho it was Easter weekend a lot of people turned out. This year they had a very good parade in fact it was the largest one I can remember. Everyone seem to enjoy the many food booths, game booths, the arts and cafts displays, the free bar-b-que, fiddler's contest, street dance and teen dance. Plus the children had a full day with water guns and squirt bottles. It was a beautiful spring day for us this year which made it great for the Rodeo and the children games in the park and the horseshoe pitching contest. A lot of hard work was done by all too few people. I don't know any class, club or organization that couldn't have used a lot more helping hands had they been offered. Thank God we still have enough people (young and old) that have enough self respect and pride to pitch in and get this thing done. But out town is no different than any other that has people full of fancy words and ideas which is great but with out the action to go along with them. You still have what you started with "Nothing" and I might add because you gave an hour of your time six months ago by no means ends there. If you have doubts, "share" is full defined in the dictio- Y , nary. I m sure glad Mr. Webster when writing that dictionary didn't decide he had done his share with just the idea or all of man kind would be short of a few million words and their meanings. So the next time someone asks for your help whether it be your family, friends, town, country or world, ask yourself one question, am I doing, my share or am I too selfish to share? PARADE THEME This years parade theme was "We've Come Along Way". The floats all did an outstanding job expressing their ideas. The Ripley students had some very good floats which an awful lot of young folks put in a lot of work on so I want to try to name them all, I'll just say you all made a lot of parents and teachers and towns people happy to say thats our kids. The Chamber of Commerce had a nice float which was built by Don Sneed, Rick Baker, Don Mattox, Ruby Baker, Vicki Watts and Elaine Garmen. The Payne County Civil Defence Units did them- selves proud as did everyone else who entered the parade. I'm sorry I did not have the pleasure of seeing each entry NOW OPEN PERKINS DRUG 246 S. MAIN PERKINS, OKLA. New Prescription hours Saturday 8:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. Rest of store open as usual FOR ANY INFORMATION REGARDING I PRESCRIPTIONS CALL 547-2079 We can transfer your prescription from any store...just bring your bottle by. CALVIN ANTHONY (Owner & Pharmacist STORE HOURS: 8:30 a.m. to 7:00 P.m.,IMon.-Sat Rx Dept: 1:30 p.m. to 7:00 p.m.-Mon., Tues., Wed. & Fr i. and 12:00 to 7:00 on Saturday-Closed Thursdays as I was helping with the Chamber of Commerce Bo- oth and missed some of the parade. But in any case the Student Council and Ripley Town Council, Chamber of Commerce, Ripley Fire Dept. VFW and Lions wish to say thanks to each and every entry of the parade and hope to see you back next year. It would be impossible to name each person who gave their service on Pioneer Day. As per usual Sheriff Frank Phillips and the Sheriff's Posse were on hand. They are a grand group of men and are always ready to help us when we need them. We thank you again for another job well done. Also doing a fine job were the Cushing Auxiliary Policemen and our Ripley Deputies. All I can say is its great to know these men are on hand when they're needed and their pay is knowing they have helped themselves by helping ot- hers. It was also a pleasure to see Mr. Joe Manning, Mr. Robert Murphy, Mr. Ulysses Cruzan and Retired Deputy Sheriff Harry McKnight. To Larry Eslinger who put in many long hours working with the school and the town getting this Pioneer Day put together, we can only say Larry there aren't enough words to express how happy we are to have you back in Ripley with the School system. I understand there will be a meeting soon to start plans for next years Pioneer Day. With the hopes of starting early it will ease the last minute work load. EASTER EGG HUNT There was an Easter Egg Hunt at the track field for kids of all ages. There were prize eggs. The hunt was sponsored by the Ripley Chamber of Commerce, Ripley Lions Club, Ripley Cafe, The Shop and Get Quik. There was a sum of 110 pound of eggs for the children to enjoy. Vice President, Rick Baker of the Ripley Chamber of Com- merce expressed his thanks to those who donated their money and time. Those people spent a lot of time wrapping those eggs they are Vicki Watts, Clydene Lemon, Ruby Baker, Jeanne Osborn, Doris Dodion, J.O. Dogion and Elaine Garmen and many others who help get the eggs out. I might add Mrs. Lemon is a member of the Chamber of Commerce (Ripley) but lives in Monette, Mo., so she and Jeanne Osborn came down from Monette to help out with Pioneer Day. Elaine Garmen once again did a lot to help as she did with the C of C Pancake Supper earlier this year. Somebody's missing the boat by not getting her for a Chamber of Commerce Member. Cancer Drive is said to be a success We would like to take this opportunity to thank every- one who has helped with the Cancer Drive this year. We are in sight of our goal for the Cancer Crusade this year (as of Monday, 11th, our contributions totaled $966.78) and we are urging everyone who hasn't given as yet to join other generous citizens in fighting Cancer. Anyone who would like to contribute may do so at the Payne County Bank or mail contributions to Ellen Dick- son, 216 N.E. 4th, Perkins or Joan McDaniel, 520 N.E. 6th, Perkins. A special thanks goes to Clarrcy Cook and the Senior Citizens for preparing the Crusade Packets, to Naudain Lore for serving as Business Crusade Chairman, to Elsie Grant for hosting a coffee in the Olivet Community which raised $54.35, to the children and teachers in our school system who have helped with the "send a mouse to college" phase of our campaign which now totals $57.36, and last, but certainly not least, to the following volunteers who canvassed door to door: Stella Hughes, Dorothy Lancaster, Lorene Redus, Shirley Hall, Judy Spillars, Roberta Hooper, Connie Walker, Willa J. Casey, Sherry Henigman, Barbara Tarlton, Virginia Hawxby, Dennis Hawxby, Katrina Jarivs, Twila Longan, Judgy Moorman, Galene Moorman, Karen Branstetter, Mary Nelson, Mary J. Alexander, Linda Doyle, Opal Baker, FROM ME TO YOU I personally would like to say Thanks to all the peple who gave their time. Names of these wonderful people need not be named as they will feel the Thank You l So if you don't feel my "Thank You" why not join in some of the many activities going on around Ripley and next time you'll have the feeling. And I might add it's a great feeling being on the inside looking out. So goes the news in the "Biggest Little Town in Payne County." Carol Acuff, Barbara Miller, Linda Shingleton, Teresa Niles, Betty Branstetter and Linda Parrack from the High School Student Council and Diana Herring, Lori Hatfield, Peggy Smith, Joana Bostian, Donna Saunders, Brad Clay- born and Travis Fowler from the Middle School Student Council. Again, many thanks to everyone who has contibuted so generously with the hope that "WE CAN WIPE OUT CANCER IN YOUR LIFE- TIME." Ellen Dickson and Joan McDaniel Co-Chairmen, Cancer Drive Perkins Concerned Property owners board will meet The Board of Directors for the Concerned Property Owners will meet at 7:30 p.m. Thursday, April 14, at the Cimarron Valley Co-op conference room. The board will discuss a general meeting for the membership at this time. However, the main purpose is to analyze the future course of action in relation to tax problems. Interested persons may contact Leo Graves, chair- man of the Membership Committee, for information regarding membership, etc. Wayne Allen will also be available for help in these areas in the future. It is reported that Allen is currently in the hospital. Also, membership applica- tion forms may be picked up at the Journal office on week days. Although this meeting of the new tax organization is basically for the board of directors, it is open to the public. However, tax pro- blems as such are not on the immediate agenda as much as plans to meet these problems in the best possible manner, Youngker stated to the Journal. 8x.10 PORTRAIT (in Living Color) ONLY PER PERSON potO plank's PLUS 50( CAMERA CHARGE ay 4'1p try" ANY AGE . . . ANY SIZE FAMILY LIMIT 1 SPECIAL PER FAMILY CHOOSE FROM FINISHED PHOTOGRAPHS I "CUPID'S MEAT MARKET Across from City Hall in Perkins r APR. 16 8:30 a.m. to 6 p.m. AFTER aL 10% OFF ,ON ALL MERCHANDISE VIOLA'S BOUTIQUE' 603_E. Kirk Ave. .OURS: 10:00 A.M. toS:30P.M. Pho. 547-2862 Perkins