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April 26, 1984     The Perkins Journal
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!:i PAGE 6 -- The Perkins Journal Thursday, April 26, COYLE NEWS Doris Disney, Mrs. by Vehna Downey Dorothy Leeter, Mrs. The Annual Guest Day Sam Page, Mrs. Luella Tea of the Y.I.M. Study Freudenberger, Mrs. Club for the high school MiMe Williams, Mrs. senior girls was held Hattie Ingle, Mrs. Elmer Tuesdey at I P.M. in the Downey, Mrs. Otto Coyle First Christian Flasch and Mrs. Velma Church. Downey. Mrs. Earnest Bentley, Nuno Campce, a foreign the president, gave a exchange student who is welcome speech and gave making his home with the a short history of the Machtolffs in Guthrie, club. She also told what showed slides of his court- the letters Y.I.M. mean. try and gave a brief You'll Improve Me. history of it. The Senior girls were Judith temperature is mild the Harshman and her year round, cars are not mother, Mrs. Karlanne driven much; people walk Harshman; Alice Richard- to where they are going. son, Cherry Conley, They have open vegetable Karen Peters, Traci Lee markets on the street, Gussert and her mother, they also have fish Mrs. Dana Gussert; markets on the street Dayna Tadlock, chorus where you may purchase director; Rhonda Hays, live fish. They have bull senior sponsor; Sandra J. fights for entertainment Henly, senior sponsor. A but they do not kill the chorus group from Coyle bull like they do in Spain. tligh School sang "Sire- It costs $200 for a pie Gifts" by John Coates driver's license, gasoline and "Truly" arranged by is 70 cents a liter and you must be 18 years old Frank Metis. Dayna Tadlock accompanied before you can get a them at the piano, driver's license. There are Members were La Ran 2500 students attending the school that Nuno at- Griffin, Kevin D. Lowery, Amber Short, Jenny Car- tends, grades 7-12. roll, Michele Yandell, Cin- The serving table was dy Phillips, Lori Clark, covered with an ecru cloth Carole Schneider, Kendra trimmed with lace. The Yandell, Cathy Johnson, centerpiece was an ar- Andrea Snow, Christina rangement of red tulips Bradford, Moneca R. and jonquils with Lozono, and Jerry Swain. bridalwreath flanked by Judy Freudenberger and 'gold tapers. Mrs. Otto Tammie Dawson played a Flasch poured the punch duet on the piano, "Hang- and Mrs. Elmer Downey ing Gardens." Guests served the cake. There were Nuno Campos of were 49 present. Portugal, Mrs. Helen Progress Sunshine Machtolff, Mrs. Rose Quilting Club met Marie Channel, Mrs. Jo Wednesday at Progress Friday, Mrs. Glenda Community Building for Bentley, Mrs. Debbie a luncheon and all day Bentley, Mrs. Essa Hicks, meeting. Mrs. Bessie Moss, Mrs. The serving table had Kaye Freudenberger, an arrangement of spring Mrs. Marion Van Coever- flowers, the invocation ing, Mrs. Lila Longan, was given by Mrs. Mrs. Kristie Smithson, Carolyn Bridenstine. Mrs. Donna Cole. Mrs. Cloris Davis Members present wc, e presided with the meeting Mrs. Dora Bentley, Mrs. opening with the Lord's III I II I I Perki s.Oklako a 547-2436 202 S. Main Member F.D.I.C. II i IIIIIII II I AA & Alonon Lions Den, 6:45 p.m. HAIR STYLES MON.-FRI. 547-5324 I P.O. Box 69 124 S. Main Perkins. Oklahoma 74059 Mother's Day I I I Dr. John Family Dentistry Pekins Roundup Club Playday I p.m. AA & Alanon Lions Den, 6:45 p.m. 1984 Prayer and ~ salute. There were 15 members and 9 guests; Mrs. Hiriam Bridm tine, Mrs. Scott Priess, Josh and Ray- mond Allen, Jennifer Bentley, Lara Bridenstine, Amanda, Jake and Jessica Marshall Mrs. Viola Gunkel, Mrs. Hortense Erwin, Mrs. Kathryn Bostian, and Mrs. Darlene Downey each received birthday gifts from their secret pals. Th0 door prizes were won by Mrs. Hiriam Bridenstine and Mrs. Wilma Ringwald. Four prizes were awarded to those wearing the pret- tiest homemade Easter bonnet. The next regular meeting will be May 9th. "O" BEAMES ANNOUNCE BIRTH OF DAUGHTER Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Beames III of Ardmore are happy to announce the birth of a daughter, Melanie Charlene, on April 19, 1984. She weigh- ed 6 lbs. 10 oz. She is welcomed at home by a big brother, C.G., age 3. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. John Knight and Mr. and Mrs.~Calvin Beames II, all of Stillwater. Paternal great- grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Beames, Madill. SHAULLS ANNOUNCE BIRTH OF SON Mr. and Mrs. Ran Shaull announce the birth of a son on April 15, 1984 at the Stillwater Medical Center. He weighed 7 lbs. 7 oz. and has been named Scott Allen. He has a big brother, Christopher, age 31A.' Grandparents are Merne and Cleo Shaull of Ladora, Iowa and Carl and Peggy Herr of Lake Almanor, California. "O" III Bowyer. Observe Fihieth Anniver.ary Mr.' and Mrs. Marvin children enjoyed an Bowyer of Perkins Easter egg hunt and celebrated their 50th an- fishing. niversary on Sunday, Gifts were presented to April 22. Marvin and them by their children; Doyle were married April Jim and Carma Bowyer, 21, 1934 in Stillwater at Shawna and Chris of Col- the United Brethren linsville; Jack and Linda Church. Bowyer, Jason, Misty They celebrated with and Michael; and John "their children with dinner and Martha, Johnny and at their Perkins home. In Marsha of Perkins. the afternoon they went Mrs. Bowyer said the to their home at Bowyer's best gift of all was son Cedar Oaks located east Jack finding out he had of Perkins where they will passed his bar exam on be moving in the next their anniversary. couple of weeks and had -o- refreshments. The grand- Musicians from 60 high school bands competed Tuesday and Wednesday at Central State Universi- ty during the state high school jazz band contest. "It was an extremely tight contest in some of the classes," said CSU in- structor Lee Rucker, co- director of the contest along with Dr. Kent Kidwell. "I think from the quali- ty of the bands here to- day, it is safe to say jazz is alive and well in Oklahoma." Winners in class 5A were Yukon, first; Ed- mond, second and Put- nam City West, third. Winners in class 4A were Claremore, first; Daniel Webster, Tulsa, se- cond, and Durant, third. Winners ill class 3A were Coweta, first: Weatherford, second, and Bethel, third. Winners in class 2A were Perkins-Tryon, first; Quapaw, second, and Car- dell, third. Winners in class A were Mooreland, first; Shat- tuck, second, and Cherokee, third. Winners in class E were Del City, first; Claremore, second, and Edmond, third. The contest is spon- sored by the Oklahoma Secondary Schools Ac- tivities Association and CSU. -0- GLENWOOD CEMETERY ASOCIATION WORKDAY The Glenwood Cemetery Association will have a workday Saturday April 28, at 8:30 a.m.--if the weather permits--if not, it will be the following Saturday. Bring shovels, rakes and trimmers. Someone has been driv- ing their car in the cemetery to have a place to twist; turn and dig out for fun. We will prosecute to the limit of the law any reoccurrences. A ceme- City Collbion t Barbara and Brandy Adams, 404 Stansbury, were taken to Stillwater Medical Center following an automobile accident in Perkins Friday evening, police records show. course to insure the safe- The pair were in a car ty of each rider. driven by Everett L. Students were con- Adams, 29, of the same tacted this week by local address, which was struck chairman, Fran Miller, and each was given a from behind by a car driven by Wesley James sponsor form. It is asked that donations be receiv- Hunt of Mulhall, accor- ding to the report, ed rather than pledging a Barbara and Brandy price per mile. This will were treated for minor in- enable all monies to be juries at the hospital and collected the day of the released that evening, Bike-A-Than. hospital records show. A prize of $30 will be The Adams' car was awarded to the person stopped at the corner or securing the greatest Main and Knipe streets donations. Prizes will also waiting to make a left be given for the most laps turn onto Knipe when it around the course. Other was struck by the Hunt prizes include a pocket car which was travelling calculator, pocket radios, at approximately 20 miles a basketball, several T- per hour, according to the shirts, a paint-by-number report. Hunt told officer kit, ceramic piggy bank, Mike Beard he couldn't My Little Pony, a haircut see the car because his at Riverside Beauty windows were fogged due Salon, chicken dinners, ice to the rainy weather, cream cones and everyone Hunt was cited for participating will receive operating a motor vehicle a free Coke from Mac's with defective equipment Corner Corral. and for following too Mrs. Miller is anxious close, causing an accident, for the event and says Damage to the Adams that all money raised will vehicle was estimated at be sent to St. Jude's $700; damage to Hunt's Children's Research car was estimated at Hospital. The children $1,700. Hunt's car had to who go to St. Jude's be towed from the scene. Hospital are afflicted with the most devastating kinds of childhood diseases: acute tery is no place for a driv- lymphocytic leukemia, ing course. Anyone old Hodgkin's disease and enough to drive a car other forms of cancer, in- should know better and fantile malnutrition, mus- be responsible for their ac- cle disorders, sickle cell tions. Anyone seeing this anemia, and other go on should notify the childhood maladies. They sheriffs department, need the best, most up-to M. Nelson date medical care Chairperson available. This is what -o- they receive, regardless of their economic status. St. Jude's Children's Local s IResearch Hospital Bike- Bike.A-Than A-Than will be held Satu~ Junktion, The day, April 28, beginning i P.J.'s Flowers, at 2:00 P.M. at the Gifts, Patsy's Perkins High School. The I and Ceramics, route will be carefully Drug, Riverside marked and scouts will be Salon, Rick placed around the entire surance, Tag Oliver's Baker's Dry ~[en Smith's _Dr. John and Rebecca at the Steer Tire Repair #2, Food Store McDaniel's The Demon's Mac's Corner Everyone donation of $25 will receive For more phone 547-2267. date of May set. Cheryl I~ A Perkins among four chandising Central State to be named winners. Second the Fashion $100 Cheryl Lile. She is the Mr. and Mrs. Perkins, Okla. The based on achievement, in the fashion and written I I m I ,,"IgbW II lRir '" : II II Sr. Cit. Board Meeting Sr. Cit. Widow's Luncheon. , I ,. Sr. Cit. Bible Study Chamber of Cam- ~ "~/.//,f. / 9:30-10:30 a.m. merce 12:00 p.m. ""~._ x~c,~,~~ ~.,., ~. ~- Ceramics I-4 p.m. M.I. Club 7:30 p.m. ~ Jaycees 7:30 p.m.~~~"~--~'~- Cimarron Valley-EH Fire Dept. Meeting ~~. 1:30 p.m. 7:30 p.m. III $r. Cir. 10 11 Bible Study City Council Meeting 9:30-10:30 a.m. Round-Up Club 8:00 7:30 p,m, Ceramics 1-4 p.m, Sr. Cit. Potluck Din- p.m, Lion's Club Board of net Blood Sugar O.E.S. Chapter 119 Town & Country Lions Club 7:00 p.m. Trustees 7:30 p.m. and Blood Pressure Eastern Star 7:30 1:00 p.m. Sr. Cit. Western Elm Grove EH 7:30 testing Music 7:30-10 p.m. Masonic Lodge//92 P-T School Board 7:30 7:30 13 ].m. i iI I Illlll I 14 15 16 17 C.=be, o, Commerce St. Cit. Bible Study 7:30 o.m. Park & Rec. Board 9:30-10:30 a,m. Sr. Cit. Clean-Up Me ':ng 7:00 p.m. Ceramics 1-4 p.m. Day 9 a.m. hr. ~.-,,. Western Olivet EH 1:30 p.m. Sr. Cit. Gospel Music 7:30-10 p.m. Lions Club 7:00 p.m. Singing 7-10 p.m. M.I. Club 7:30 p.m. Jaycees 7:30 p.m. I 1 21 Lions Club 7:00 p.m. O.['.S. Chapter 119 Eastern Star 7:30 Sr. Cir. Western Sr. Cit. p.m. Music 7:30-10 p.m. Masonic Lodge //92 Potluck Dinner 7:30 p.m. 18 Sr. Cit. Birthday Dinner EH I II I Flowers & Gifts Patty Johnson "We wire flowers nationwide." I I I Bobbie's Style Oon Sullivan Hair Care Products ,~ Bobble Gottfrled ml W. of Hwy 77 on Hwy $$ North side of road. AA & Alonon Lions Den, 6:45 p.m. H I i I H Lions Club 7:00 p.m. ":~;} ,~ Music 7:30-10 p.m. / Memorial Day I I II I I IIIII III I