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JO-The Journal Thursday, April21, 1977 " EASTER SUNDAY There were 128 in Sunday School April 10 at the Carney Assembly of God Church. Sev. Lonnie Donaldson, pastor of the church, was very pleased with a good number of visitors that were present for the services. The Primary Class, which is taught by Mrs. Vicky Gilliam, had an Easter Egg hunt during part of the Children&apos;s Church activities. CHURCH HOLDS DINNER The Carney Christian Church had 100 in church and Sunday School Easter Sunday, April 10. The Sunday morning services were followed by a dinner in the church annex. The dinner climaxed a three-day xevival held by Rev. Ed Kuelzer of Tulsa. BIRTHDAYS Congratulations to the :following Carney people who celebrated birthdays this past week: Mike Wilson, Norman Harris, Doug Scism, Lisa Oefelein, Rhonda Was- sam, Rick Hillhouse, Farish Porter, Leroy Hancock, Winnie Corley, Danny Kit- chel and Sandra McVey. Anniversaries celebrated are Mrs. Kay Kinsey and three of her boys, Rusty, Randy and Terry from Memphis, Tenn. were a- mong those at the Kenneth Brandon reunion. SCHOOL NEWS The Eighth Graders at Carney took a class trip to Tulsa zoo, Wednesday, April 13. They all reported a good time even though it ended in a water gun fight among several students. They said that they enjoyed that almost as much as seeing the animals in the zoo. The sixth grade class plan on a class trip to the Oklahoma City Zoo, Tues- day, April 19. We hope they have fun. The Senior Graduation has been set for May 13 at the Carney High School Auditor- ium. Eighth Grade gradua- tion is Tuesday night May 17, with school being out May 18. Many school events will be taking place before these two events come up. The FFA banquet is among those events. Final plans will be announced at a later date. Everyone have a nice day From Here and There By Edna Eaton Wilson Everyone is smiling over the gentle rains these parts enjoyed over the April 15th to 18th weekend. Reports vary from an inch and a half to two and a quarter inches. "Scattered showers" was the forecast; scattered they were and in varying amounts of precipitation, but almost every sector received some moisture. Greens are more than bite-high, and those who know their mushrooms are feasting. 'Tis said the fish mud-cat and crappie are biting well, too, so there is fish for the spring fare. Diamond Valley Women's Club enjoyed their April meeting when Miss Agnes Greiner opened her home for the hostess Edna E. Wilson, Friday evening April 15. Miss Greiner graciously provided the "lesson" and the entertainment for the club and the guests with a slide tour of the countries of Ireland, the Scandinavian countries, Germany, Swit- zerland and Holland. Members present included Pearl Leach, Gladys Grant, Mary Stich, Merle Rick- strew, Mary Montague, Edna Wilson. Others present Wilson family moved to the Great Bend community northeast of Ripley. Altha was married to Harold Gartman, a teacher in Payne County schools in April 1913. The Gartmans lived near Cushing while Harold taught at Hillside, then at Stillwater where Harold was in the courthouse serving Payne County from the Assessor's office. Later the Gartmans moved to Ingalls where they owned and operated a general store. From lngalls the Gartmans moved to the Glendale Community where they lived until they moved to Missouri. Altha Wilson Gartman was a beautiful woman whose innate kindness and Christian character won the hearts of everyone who knew her. Mrs. Gartman is survived by her husband of the home, one daughter, Dortha (Mrs. Harry Erwin), three sons, Bill, Harold, Jr. and Bob, all of Lamar; fifteen grandchild- ren, 14 great grandchildren; two brothers, Wilbert Wilson (Altha's twin) of Rio Vista, Calif., and Everett Wilson of Hobbs, New Mex.; two sisters, Mrs. O. R. Elmore (Edith) of Stillwater; and Louise (Mrs. Kenneth Gard- ner) of Hemit, Calif., and. other relatives, neices, nep. hews and cousins. Mrs. Bill Leigh and Mrs. A. Ray Henderson went by plane to central Florida where they visited Rev. and Mrs. Norman Richmond and the children, Timothy, Toni and Tommy. Mrs.' Richmond is the former Louise Hender- son. Mrs. Leigh returned home due to business pressures after a week; but Mrs. Henderson (Pearl) stayed several days longer, returning home Wednesday of last week, meeting another granddaughter, Christie Freeman of Colora. do at Oklahoma City. Christie now 15 (daughter of Jo Alice) visited relatives in Oklahoma a few days, returning home early this week. Guy Lozier, a former Newport, Ark., over the weekend to move the household effects of the Emmons family from New- port to their home in Stillwater. Lord's Prayer was prayed and the Flag salute was given by all. A report was given on the dress revue. The club had one best of class, 5 blue and Mrs. Emmons, who for a two red ribbons. number of years has been first grade teacher in the Peggy Wolfe gave the lesson on "Low Calorie Newport Elementary Schools Cookery." will return to her home in Those present were as Stillwater at the close of this follows: Lorrayne West, Jane school term. **** Listerman, Judy Moorman, Patsy Lile, lone Bliss, Audrie Plant cucumbers, toma- Moorman, Juanita Walker, toes, beans and sweet peppers on Wednesday, Thursday and Friday of this week, according to "the ole gardener who goes by the signs." Next Friday night is music night again at Diamond Valley. Hear Now[ Y'all Come! All the music, the fellowship, visiting is free. You are welcome. -O- Elm Grove EH Club news Ethel Edmondson hosted pastor at Diamond Valley the April 12 meeting of the will preach again here Elm GroveExtension Home- Sunday, making the fourth makers club. She prepared a Sunday in April Guy has delicious Spaghetti supper been with us. for all members. * * * * The meeting was called to Mr. and Mrs. O. J. order by Juanita Walker, Cunningham and Earl Era- President. Audrie Moorman mons made a trip to gave the devotion. The Mary Kay Jennings, Edmondson, Alice Connie Walker and Moorman. The next meeting May 10 at the :;ch with Marie West -O- Personal Tuesday visitors and Mrs. Ralph Grimm! Mr. and Mrs. Less Ripley and Mrs. Top Quality full grain leather and hand sewn QUODD in double glove leather, moosehide, deerskin and hide in soft sole and crepe s Children's sizes thru Ladles Size 10 These include Concho Boots All authentic Indian Styling VIOLA'S BOUTIQUE HOURS: 10:00 A.M. to 5:30 P.M. 603 E. Kirk Ave Mr. and Mrs. Robert and be friendly to someone, included special guests Pritchard and Mr. and Mrs. -o- Brenda Gould, Anne Allison I RonnieHancock. andco-hostessMissGreiner. _- 901 EAST SIXTH May all of you have many . Refreshments were served more happy birthdays and Persona/ and the mystery gifts were anniversaries, shared. All present declare--" STILLWATER EASTER REUNIONS the occasion most enjoyable. Several reunions were Maude Markee has had as **** " GIBSON'S held on Easter Sunday. guests, her sister, Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. A. Ray am  Store Hours: ...... VernaClow of National City, Henderson are enjoying am Among mem were me amner mford oof , Calif., Mrs. Geneva B' turkey hunts these c II  9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Dally" at the A. J. Dornan s home of Cerritos, Calif., her mornings, although so far, Ill :: : : !n Carney, the Bob Skagg s daughter and a cousin, Mrs. the turkeys are wary. II lll lldll uA llM "1 agree, south of Carney and Cleo Berentz of Nowata, **** l to 6p.m. Sunday the Kenneth Brandon home s rec ed Okla. Word ha been eiv am =  w _ v .----. north of Carney. -o- here of the death of Altha =ll  ,r ,   t, [l L  , .--  Wilson Gartman (Mrs. Har- _. ,====m ....... | old Gartman) at Lamar, Mo. ml ]A .... ,,: Al ALL K{s41[  I on April 4, 1977. Funeral Ill /]| VlJrt, t |AlUlDI D#'i I services and burial were at .::::::" I--"----,, V wit nllLl",t,#l, I Lamar on April 7. APPllANCI:S I Mrs" Gartman was well il )ql L) ! {|- )., ii i    i ............. | known in Payne County. am  ));, Territory in November, 1898, HARDWARE-GIFT & SPORTING GOODS ITEMS | the daughter of W. B. and I Cora Doop Wilson, both of i China, Crystal, Silverware | pioneer families. Altha I[ []  //? | moved with her family to am .......... ,, . ,.,=,A I Stillwater while still a small child In 1910  I.. L.'s)v i eIo :DO. ram, ,mw, mer /z-u4ee [ the W B m" Do Somethinfl : I l f ; About Saving "ONE DAY ONLY 1 = 'L= Energy And .: " am  Money .SAT. APRIL 23 OeO Conside/The Heat Pump. : _ ,f your present heating system is costing more to operate -f 10 a to 5 p 't than you think it should. ..consider replacing it with the rum .m. .m. electric heat pump. It's both a heating and cooling system in one. Plus, it saves energy and money because it uses I   electricity to move heat .................. I ] "L. -- Here'show " 25 tO 50 % ' it works to save. 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