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Mrs. Shermen Bower 1LLNESS Downs is presently in an Oklahoma where he has open heart sur- Ida Kennemer, Still- former resident and of Mrs. Charles quite ill at her home. Barrows, who spent Coronary IC Francis Hospital, Kan., has been is convalescing IT's A GIRL! and Mrs. David Stillwater, are the Parents of a baby girl 9 in the Stillwater She has been Misty Shawn. Mrs. is the former Porter, daughter of Mr. Jack Burnett of Mr. Andy Murphy, DEATHS residents were by the passing of Laughlin, the Jessee. long-time of this area, of this area, died 9, 1977. Funeral were held Tuesday, 12 in the Strode Chapel, Stillwater. deepest sym- to both of these been received of of Mrs. Renate Edmond. Mrs. who was 35 years the time of her death, sister of Mrs. Helga She is survived by Peter Fuhr- a 5 son, Germany, to her sister and Mr. and Mrs. Ralph in 1967. Her death result of injuries in a fall at her Her mother, Mrs. Ulm, Ger- ', is now in America and the LOCALS Recent visitors with Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Feat was their son, Paul York, St. Matthew, South Carolina. Mrs. Harold Braswell and Mrs. Nellie Stites, Stillwater, were Thursday evening visitors with Mrs. Braswell's brother, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Kincaid. Mr. and Mrs. Elton Turner were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Roth, Yale. Mr. and Mrs. Erwin Harshbarger were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Gale Murphy. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Treat Sr. and Mr. and Mrs. Dean Warden and family, Stillwa- ter, spent the week end "touring". They first visited the Cowboy Hall of Fame, Oklahoma, then journeyed to Lawton, where they observ- ed the 57th Easter Pageant, held in the Wichita Moun- tains. They returned by way of Ft. Cobb through Red Rock Park, near Hinton, arriving home early Sunday. They report a wonderful time. Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Clapp and Wilton spent sunday in Enid visiting Mrs. Clapp's sister, Mrs. Fannie Casey, and her nephew and family, Mr. and Mrs. Abram Casey. Mr. Casey is presently a patient in an Enid hospital. Mr. and Mrs. George Moore, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Marts and Mr. and Mrs. Walter Rossander were Easter Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Gary Rossander. The Rossanders, Gary and Pare, had just moved into their new home. Mr. and Mrs. Homer Leith spent last week with their son and family, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Cathey, Overland Park, Kan. During their trip they also visited Mrs. Evelyn Steinman in Nixa, Mo. Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Doyle McCub- bin and Scott were Mr. and Mrs. Randy Robinson and bab;, Overland Park, Kan., Mr. and Mrs. Mike Camp- bell and girls, Stillwater, Mr. and Mrs. Rick McCubbin and Mandi, Mrs. Frieda Focht and Dana Harem, Stillwater. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Fent spent the week end sightsee. ing. They spent sometime in Bartlesville then drove to Muskogee, where they saw the Azalea Gardens, and found them more beautiful than they had thought they would be. They also visited the museum, where two battle submarines were exhibited and open to visitors. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Price and Byron, Tulsa, spent Tuesday night and Wednes- day with Mrs. Price's grandmother, Mrs. Maude Davis. Mr. and Mrs. Chester Bilyeu, Stillwater, were Friday dinner guests of Mrs. Katie Tucker. Sunday guests with Mrs. Leta Olinghouse were Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Peterson and children, Linda and Brian, Oklahoma City, Mr. and Mrs. Brad Peterson and Amie, Okmulgee, David Hunt, Oklahoma City, and Mr. and Mrs. Jess Tipton. Easter Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Milton Nichols were Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Murphy, Mr. and Mrs. Max Haken and children, Mr. and Mrs. Rick Hesser and son, Mrs. Brenda Stephens and Micki. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Patten Jr. and Charles Patten Sr., Cushing were Sunday visitors with Mr. and Mrs. Roy Hanion, Jennings. Mrs. Letha Will, who has been spending sometime with family in Texas, returned to her home this week end. Her grandmother and family, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Stalnaker, Lubbock, Tex,, brought her home. She visited her son and family, Mr. and Mrs. Pete Will, Arlington, Tex. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Childers were Sunday dinner guests of their daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Larry Shell and children, Fairview. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Wilson and son, Tommy, of Ala- bama, were recent visitors with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Carol Wilson, and other relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Rosson and Kari, Foraythe, Mo. were week end visitors with Mrs. Rosson's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Gant. Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lester Grote were Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Huff and girls and Mr. and Mrs. David Ripley and baby. Mrs. Leta Olinghouse and Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Knox were Sunday evening visitors with Mr. and Mrs. Royce Clapham, Stillwater. Mr. and Mrs. Buster Keeton and girls, Brecken- ridge, Texas, spent the weekend with Mrs. Keeton's parents, Mr. and Mrs. O. C. Sawyer. Mrs. Emma Moebius, Yale, visited Thursday even- ing with Mr. and Mrs. Los Grote. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Wilson and son, of Alabama, were Wednesday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Merle Blanchard. Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Gant were Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Rosson and Kari, Forsythe, Mo., Mr. and Mrs. Tom Gant and children, Stillwater and Walter Nielson, also of Stillwater. Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Hammett, Vian, spent Mon- day and Tuesday with Mrs. Hammett's brother and family, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Childers. Mr. and Mrs. Meryl Porter were Saturday evening visi- tors with Mr. and Mrs. Jim Porter and family. They observed the 3rd birthday of Jolene Porter, serving cake, ice cream and all the trimmings. Jolena's twin sisters also enjoyed the party. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Linsenmeyer and Wayne Linsenmeyer, Edmond, were Sunday visitors with Mr. and Mrs. Lee Linsenmeyer and children, Tulsa. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Knox recently visited their daugh- ter, Mr. and Mrs. Leon Treece and family, Wetum- ka. All went to Muskogee to see the Azalea Gardens in bloom. This weekend, call both families for practically the price of one. It's true! This weekend-and every weekend between 11 p.m. Friday and 5 p.m. Sunday-you can place two Long Distance calls for practically the price of one week- day evening call, when ,ou dial the y. For example, a 10-minute call to Someone a thousand miles away weekday evenings (5 p.m. to 11 p.m., Sunday-Friday) would cost you $2.44, plus tax. Which, you'll admit, isn't bad. But for practically the same price, you - could make two eight- fl minute calls over the  same distance...any J weekend. It's almost like getting _ ....... one call free. w '' So this weekend, enjoy a couple of Long Distance calls. And make three families happy! Long Distance. What else is SO nice for the price? ' @ Soutlv,,amtn Bd Mr. and Mrs. Emmett Blanchard were Sunday afternoon guests of Mr. and Mrs. Dan Redburn, Pawnee. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Budzene and family, Ponca City, were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Horner and family. Mr. and Mrs. Reas Dunn, Kerri and Trevor, Norman, were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Feat. Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Porter and girls, Fairfax, were Sunday evening visitors with Mr. and Mrs. Meryl Porter. Sunday evening visitors with Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Treat, St. were Clyde Treat Jr., Stillwater, and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Budzene and children, Ponca City. Lloyd Feat and "Hap" Day were recent visitors in Oklahoma City. Mr. Day had a physical "check" at Veterans Hospital. 25ih WEDDING ANNIVERSARY Mr. and Mrs. Marion Clark were entertained, on the occasion of their 25th wedding anniversary, by their daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Merle Blanchard. Dinner was served at Holland House, Stillwater, with the following present, Mr. and Mrs. John Clark and Shara Kay, Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Young, Stillwater, Mrs. Eva Brown, David Clark, and the hosts, Mr. and Mrs. Merle Blanchard and children. A beautiful cake, baked in the shape of wedding bells, was presented to the honorees. A lovely time was had by all. WORTHWHILE CLUB The Worthwhile Club met April 5 in the home of Mary Sawyer. President Pearl Broyles called the meeting to order. The Scripture, Matt- hew 7:1-14, was read by Mary Sawyer. Present were Leta Olinghouse, Pearl Broy- les, Franie Brown, Ana Huff, Lucy Baker, Sepha Barrows, Helen Marts, Goldie Nelson, Katie Price and the hostess. All signed a card to be sent to Joe Barrows, who was hospitalized. Games were played with Lucy Baker and Franie Brown winning prizes. Refreshments of cake, ice cream, punch and coffee were served. The May meeting will be held in the home of Lucy Baker. Table was decorated beautiful in Easter tradition. Mrs. Charley Patten, Jr. and son, Larry went to Waurika Saturday bringing little Keith Patten home with them for a visit. Mr. and Mrs. Billy Smith and family, Piano, Texas and Mrs. Esther Smith, Perry, were Saturday afternoon visitors with Mrs. Laura Roberson. Mrs. Smith and Mrs. Roberson are sisters. Mr. and Mrs. kendall Bunton and family, Erie Kansas, were weekend visi- tors with their parents, Mrs. Laura Roberson and Mr. and Mrs. Laurence Creager. Mrs. Mable Stalnaker died Sunday, April l0 at a Midwest City hospital. Fun- eral services were held Tuesday morning at l0 a.m. in the United Methodist Church, Stillwater. She had lived in Stillwater and attended this church for many years. Mr. and Mrs. Michael Hyman, Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie Yandell, Mr. and mrs. Mickie Cole and Kenneth Stalnaker, all of Lubbock, Tex., all came to attend their grandmother's funeral, Mrs. Mable Stal- naker. -O- WORTH THINKING ABOUT At a recent Town Hall 100 meeting I overheard some- one say, "Ripley will never get anywhere as long as people yell about paying sewer charges which are too small at present." or "We have no city property tax to bring in extra money", and they don't want to have the town ordinances enforced. To which someone else answered, "You're right, and the best thing for people like that is if they don't want to be part of a town and its rules, then they should move." Altho these two people will remain nameless, I can only say, "Yea, keep up the good work" on those comments and the many other good ones I heard at that meeting. It was great to see so many express their feelings about their town. HAPPY BIRTHDAY Our April birthdays are: Herb Shoup, Kay Hendrick, Lisa Ham, Reva Mander- ville, Jered Prickett, Kyle Miller, Frank Kelly, Billy Thompson, Cathy Priekett, Scott Miller, Clint Vincent, David Kendrick, Tammy Courtright, Tom Arthur, Jenny Briscoe, Matt Zetter- burg, Karen Vaughn, Joe Kendrick, Bobby Mitchell, Lana Perryman, Irene Busch, Jai Freeman and Melton, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Boyles, Mr. and Mrs. J. Roland Orchard, Mr. and Mrs. Los Watts, Mr. and Mrs. Mike Kendrick, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Dennis, Mr. and Mrs. Troy Davis, an Mr. and Mrs. Joe Phillips. Happy Anniversary. May the Road of Life be long and filled with love. So goes the news from the Biggest Little Town in Payne County. -O- Good Cheer Club mot April 8 The Good Cheer Club met Friday, April 8 at IXL Community Building with the officers as hostesses. The tables were decorated for Easter. A covered dish luncheon was served at noon. The business meeting was called to order by the president, Maurine Riggs. The devotional by Sylvia Moser and the Lord's Prayer was repeated in unison and flag salute given. Penny Prize winner was Cloda Arthur. Several members reported visiting and calling on shut-ins. Those present were Cloda Arthur, Alice Cundiff, Ber- i nice Jordan, Sylvia Moser The Journal, Thursday, Aprii21, 1977-3 Ripley News TOWN NEWS FROM can be done that will not RIPLEY conflict with the city program The Town of Ripley is for updating sewer and water plagued with numerous conditions. 'unwanted and untagged The Lights committee with dogs. As a result, the town chairman, Rick Baker, has council has announced that consulted with John Fuller, after April 23rd, all untagged Engineer for State Transpor- land unlicensed dogs will be tation Department, Perry. picked up in conformity with The report confirms the Ripley's town code (Article replacement of stop signs 3). and a survey to establish The board of trustees has possibility of better plans in made arrangements for Dr. regard to the curve ap- Hugh Karstetter, D.V.M., proaching the town on Cushing, to be at Town Hall Highway 108 from the south. on Saturday, April 23rd from A recommendation will 9 a.m. to 12 noon. This follow from Fuller concern- convenience is for those who ing the results. The Chamber would like to protect their of Commerce will have this town by cooperating through information at its next vaccinations, tax and licens- regular meeting. esfor theirdogs. The Water and Sewer The Chamber of Corn- committee and the Christ- merce met April 14th at the mas Program committee are Ripley Cafe with Don expected to report on future Mattox, president, presid- plans at the May meeting, ing. Don Shoed was the also. acting secretary. Gone Or-  Steve Ward, Lions Club, chard is financial chairman, read a statement asking for Reports were made of vat- help in cleaning up city ious committees on old and property including vacant new business. The Street lots and the right-of-ways. committee, with Nathan Chamber of Commerce Milton, Chairman, consists members were asked to help of members Marie Snavely, with a project for a covered Steve Ward, Don Mattox and pavilion in the city park. Don Sneed. Reports included Other new business in- plans to meet with county cluded the consideration of a officials On April 18 in behalf Swap Shop in the Chamber of upgrading city streets, officer with a portion of the Another effort in improve- funds going to the Chamber meat is to see if road work of Commerce. -O- 1 I Tryon Notes by Nancy Durbin II "- ] I III  I Betty Carder, Nancy Dur- Bwyer'$ bin and Mike Staten Goroge accepted the Tryon Town 100 Day Symbol for the town last "West of the Cemetery oa week. The symbol will be Kalpe Sneer, lndnet. Park framed and we shall have it Phone: 547-2020 Perkins on display in the Post Office in the near future. ONE.DAY SERVICE " The Tryon Jaycees and PICK-UP & DELIVERY Jaynes will be electing new officers. I shall have more on WARDROBE this next week. C L E A N E RS Have you noticed Mary ll4W.8IhAVE. ' Vassar is not at the store? Still-w-ater She has undergone surgery Pho.372.7022 at Stillwater hospital. Mary we hope you will be back at home real soon. The Perkins-Tryon High THE School held their Jr. and Sr. LIGHT TOUCH Banquet and Prom Friday, April 15. At the Tryon Grade School on Friday, April 15, the ' B school held a day long event yl "Field Day". All students did their best in all the events and most of them won ribbons. Services were held on April 12 for Lee Borough, at the Christian Union Church. I1[ Officiating was Rev. Ted ! father for the fifth tiwa Gibson. Interment was at. the was asked where are th( Harmony Cemetery in Try- on. HELLO WORLD Mr. and Mrs. Elmo U "Butch" Baker are the parents of a daughter, Jennifer Leann born on April 14 at the Stillwater Munici- pal Hospital. She weighed seven pounds, 10 ounces. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Elmo Baker of Tryon and Mr. and Mrs. Bill g Amoricen Wilson of Tulsa. Carpet, Cleane .o- 773 Deidra Morris. So Happy and Maurine Riggs. '  " n Birthdays to all of you. The next meeting will be [ Those celebrating Wed- May 13 at IXL Community OPEN I ding Anniversaries in April Building with Margaret are: Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Graves as hostess. PERKINS DRUG Prescription hours '' Saturday ] Save on Storage Grain Bins ' 8:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. g Equipment. Rest of store open as usual (While it Soybean i Cotton Seed Lasts) Specializing in Oats, Rye & Wheat Custom Seed Cleaning & Treating Bermuda Grass Sprigs Dug & Loaded Custom Field Spraying for Weeds & Insects Na-Churs ; Liquid Fertilizer Plea.T-4 Foliar Feed a JIM GRAVES I mile west, It A mile north o Route 2, Box 105 HWF. 177 & 33 Intoreectlon FOR ANY INFORMATION REGARDING PRESCRIPTIONS CALL 547-2079 We can transfer your prescription from any store...lust bring your bottle by. tCALVIN ANTHONY (Owner g Pharmacist STORE HOURS: 8:30 a.m. to 7:00 p.m.,'Mon..Sa 1 Rx Dept: 1:30 p.m. to 7:00 p.m.-Mon., Tues., Wed. & Fri. and 12:00 to 7:00 on Saturday-Closed 'TSulays ., "lrJ IIIII II Ill  . " " __