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PERKINS JOURNAL, Community Calendar ' Apdl 22 - Earth Day ?April 23, 10 a.m. - "Teddy Bear ,Parade" of Perkins daycare chil- ',dren downtown. ~,Apd124- Perkins Main Street Tum the Century Dinner at high school ommons area. i.Apdl 25, 2 p.m. -Annual Marena Cemetery meeting at the cem- :etery. '.Apd124, 5-7 p.m. - Perkins V.F.W. ,Post #7322 Annual Fish Fry; band ',wUl play from 8 p.m.-12 a.m. '-April 26, 7:30 p.m.- Perkins-Tryon ,High School and Jr. High School ',Choir Concert at the high school qmmons area. April 29, 7:30 p.m. - Perkins- ~tyon Intermediate and Jr. High IBand Spring Concert at high ,school gym. i'May I - May Day !.May 1, 1-3 p.m. -"Music'for Uttle iMozarts" Piano Preschool Day at iEduCare. ,May 3, 7 p.m. - Perkins-Tryon 4-H neeting at Evans Ag Farm. i'May 3, 7:30 p.m. - Perkins-Tryon ;Board of Education meeting at ;superintendent's office. i'May 6, Noon - Perkins Chamber ~f Commerce meeting at Lions Oen. May 6, 7 p.m. - Perkins-Tryon Ag Booster meeting at Evans Ag Farm. ' May 7- Perkins Chamber of Com- !rnerce Legislative Appreciation Golf 7roumament at Cimarron Trails. May 8, 2 p.m. - Annual Iowa Chapel Cemetery meeting at icemetery. 79154 A few thun. derstorrns "posl~bte. Sunset: 8:08 PM 67147 A few thun- demtorms perique. Sunset: 8:09 PM 66/41 Occasional showers. Highs in the mid 60s and lows in the low 40s. 8unzet: 8:10 PM Thursday, Apdl 22, 2004 Takedown Club accepts donation Members of the Grover Rains Takedown Club were presented with a $6,300 check from the Masonic Charity Foundation last week. Perkins Masonic Lodge Worshipful Master Robert Sasser presents the check to Takedown Club President Melanie Williams (center). Also on hand for the presentation were (I to r) Masonic member Harland Wells, Takedown Club Treasurer Denise Lowery, Sara Williams, Masonic Secretary Bill Hughes, Takedown Club Vice President Leisa Ward, and Takedown Club member and namesake Grover Rains. The large donation came to the club through a cooperative effort involving the local Masonic Lodge, which matched funds donated by the Perkins Community Foundation, Grover Rains, Harland Wells Companies, and Mike McWherter. Williams said the funds will be used to pay for a variety of items for Perkins-Tryon wrestlers and the wrestling program. I Believe in OKLM OMA 74/49 Times of sun and clouds. Highs in the mid 70s and lows in the upper 40s. ~nrJse: ~q~tH AM Sunset: I~:11 PM At A Glan 1 Cities 70150 Mostly sunny. Highs inthe lOw 70s and lows in the low 50s. Sunset: 8:11 PM t 83 60 pt sunnyOklahoma City 81 57 t-storm J',~n/ffie 85 62 pt etalny Okmuigee 77 57 t-storm 75 53 t-storm Pads Valley 84 59 t-storm i -Broken Bow 82 62 pt sunny Perry 79 53 t-storm J ,~Cleremom 75 56 t-stormSallisaw 79 61 pt sunny J ~ordall 84 53 t-e~ormSapUll~ 77 56 t-storm J ,Duncan 86 60 t-stormShawnee 82 57 t-storm ~1 Reno 81 54 t-stormSnyder 86 55 t-storm ~EIkCIty 83 51 t-storm~illwater 78 52 t-storm " Enid 77 52 t-ldormTahlequah 78 60 pt sunny ]~Guymon 72 43 t-~orm Tulsa 76 57 t-storm 8s t-sto 8o t-storm 79 60 pt sunnyWeatherford 81 52 t-storm J :Miami 75 55 pt sunnyWewoka 81 58 t-storm l.-Muld~ogee 77 60 pt sunnyWoodward 76 46 t-storm 6034 pt sunny Boalon 68 48 rain NewYo k. 73 51 rain Ch~=go 62 43 rest sunny Phoenix 89 61 sunny Dallas 87 66 ptsunny SanFranctemo68.50 windy Denver 53 37 rain Seattle 65 48 pt sunny Houston 84 69 pt sunny$1. Louis 72 52 pt sunny .Lo~i .Ang~ 74 58 pt sunny Weshlr~lon, IX; 79 53 t-ston'n 83 73 pt nny ' New First Full Last ~e Sun Mort 4/24 4/25 4/26 IIii i:ii i!ii! i !i !i !! !! i: i!!iy loilon i: J " High High High High High TI~-. Wlndex~ ntO" 11 tlemi~e~ie t3~;; ,i .! Current Events: Music: Monday 7-9 p.m. Birthday Luncheon: Third Friday each month at noon (May 23) Mystery Dinner: Fourth Friday each month (April 28) We leave promptly at 5 p.m. Hostess with the mostest Mattie Lee Thompson greeted 81 guests and 21 musicians. Kitchen Hostesses were Millie Weaver and Stella Rogers - thanks! Millie Weaver, sandwiches and coconut macaroons; Cyndi Pape, cookies; Edith Cretsinger, tuna sandwiches and cookies; Geral- dine Allen, sandwiches; Norma Bentley, chips and dip; Kathleen Johnson, angel food cake; Kathy Lazenby, chips and salsa; Stella Rogers, peach cobbler and sand- wiches; Thelma Smith, carrot cake; Bonnie Blumer, pizza. Thanks for all the delicious food your bring, and to those who help in the kitchen. *** Musicians helping us this eve- ning were Max Colvin, Leo, Bill Baker, Chet Smith, Norvil Cole, Perkins; Wayne McGuire, AI Jones, Gene Morton, Elois Edwards, Cushing; Millie Weaver, Gray, Charles Kilborn Clifford Creekmore, Bud Smith, Crescent; Anderson and Betty, Max Porter, Glencoe; Baker, Tryon; Stella Agra. We appreciate each much - thanks! The moon was bright, was free, Fruits and flowers tog grew On many a shrub and tree; And all put on Hanging in the Like a picture But the most beautiful red, white and blue Our national flag represel ll. , The living country and is[ sidered J[ To be a living thing, eval . atic of The respect and pride See SENIOR t . t I should know. Not long ago, my life took a turn for the worse. My body began to revolt. I became lethargic. Couldn't perform even the most basic tasks, like tossing the baseball to my grandson. Months passed without any change. Then I called on the doctors and staff of Stillwater Medical Center. They approached my illness in a way the others didn't. By using a non-invasive technique they were able to pinpoint the source of my problem and fix it. Together And for that, I'm truly grateful. Stillwater The technology to treat. Stillwater Medical Center they got me back in the game. 1323 The compassion to heal. West Sixth/Stillwater, OK/405-372-1480 www.sti/Iwater-medical.Org is an Affiliate Partner with Perry Memorial Hospital.