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PAGE 8 - The Perkins Journal Thursday, April 26, 1984 School prior to her retire- The Rev. Jim Wininger ment in 1981. officiated at the service. Mrs. Friedemann was Fairley-Hacker Funeral elected as president lect Home of Cushing was in of the State Rural charge of arrangements Teachers Association in and interment was in the SERVICES THURSDAY FOR FRIEDEMANN The funeral of Mrs. Paul J. {Lunetta Rachel) Friedemann will be at 10 A.M. Thursday, April 26, at Salem Lutheran Church. Pastor Paul Moe~sner will officiate and interment will be in the Lutheran Cemetery. Strode Funeral Home is in chsrge of arrange- merits. She died Friday, April 2( 1984. at Watsonville, California. She was 65. Memorials in her name may be made to the Feed the Children Fund of Salem Lutheran Church. The daughter of Ida Myrtle and Charles William Hodges, she was born at Hinton on January 7, 1919. She had her early schooling at Hinton; entered Oklahoma College for Women at Chickasha in 1937, and graduated from Oklahoma State University in 1941 with a bachelor's degree in education. That same year on August 3, she and Paul John Friedemann were married in Stillwater. She taught elementary pupils in Cottonwood Dependent School, Perkins Elementary, a school at Torrance, California, Coyle and Pleasant View Dependent 1973 and was also the Carney Cemetery. in her later years with the Stillwater Senior Citizens Center. At the time of her last Survivors include her illness, she was employed husband; two sons, John with the Sonic Drive-In at W. Friedemann of Ed- Cushing. mond; and Robert J. She is survived by her Friedemann of Aptos, parents of the Route 1, California; eight grand- Perkins home; three children; a brother, Bron- sisters, Luana M ae BLUMER RITES IN PONCA CITY The funeral for Mrs. Bert B. (Adella Marie Kir- by) Blumer of rural Pun- ca City was Wednesday, April 18, in Albright Payne County Education She was born United Methodist Church Association delegate to November 1, 1962 at of Ponca City. the Oklahoma Educa- Wewoka, the daughter of The Rev. George Isbell tional Association. Jessie and Thomas officiated and interment Her peers regarded her Castleberry. was in the IOOF as an outstandingteacher She was educated in Cemetary, Ponca City, and she was also an active schools at Tryon, Cushing under the direction of member of her church and and Perkins, graduating Trout Funeral Home with the Perkins-Tryon She died Sunday, April High School class of1980. 15, 1984 in St. Joseph Medical Center of Ponca City. She was 72. The daughter of Grace B. and Benjamin Franklin Kirby, she was born September 30, 1911 in Stillwater. She was a graduate of Perkins High son Hodges of Grace- Castleberry of Perkins; School with the class of mont, and a sister, Mrs. Sirilda Fay Goines and 1930. LaRue Stafford of Vickie Ruth Costello, She and Bert B. Blumer Amarillo, Texas. both of Elk City; five were married October 31, Active pallbearers in- brothers, Thomas David 1935 at Stillwater. In clude Paul Bamberger,Castleberry, Elk City; 1938, the couple moved to Dwain and Carl Hodges, Ronald Keith and the Ponca City area, Mark Landrith, and Timothy Virgil where they were engaged Edgar and Bert Trompler. Castleberry, both of in farming. Honorary pallbearers Hobart; Roger Dale She was a member of include Tom, Allen, Castleberry of Cordell; Albright Methodist and Larry Gene Church, where she taught Frank, Danny and Kenny Friedemann and Charles Hodges. -O- CASTLEBERRY'S SERVICES HELD The funeral for Rita Kaye Castleberry, 21 year-old Route 1, Perkins woman, was at 2 P.M. Wednesday, April 25, in the First Baptist Church of Carney. She died Monday, April 23, 1984, in Cushing Regional Hospital after a long illness as a diabetic. DEL-MARS GROCERY WHOLE MILK IGALLON) e DAY-LIGHT DO-NUTS ........... FRESH DAILY GOLD SpOT ICE CREAM 5 UART FREE SAMPLING FRIDAY I b 19 S. MAIN 372.21 ! I 27 thru Friday 13th Pieces R R Mat. Sat. and Sun. Open 6:30 Open 6:30 Shows 7.~0-9.~0 Shows 7:30-9:45 Matinee Sat. Sun Matinee Sat. Sun. Open 1:30 2:45 5:00 Shows 2:30 4"~30 7:30 ~0 424 S. MAIN 372-2614 CO~)Y MALL 624-1422 P o I i c e Romancing PG Academy R The Stone Open 6:30 Mat. Sat. and Sun. Shows 7:15-9:30 Open, 1:45 Matinee Sat. Sun. Shows 2'.~ and 5. 0. Open 1:45 Open 6"~0 Shows 2:30 5:00 7:15 ~30 Shows at 7:30, ~.45 l Miles North on 177 372-3744 Four Cheech and Chong Shows Still Smoking Up in Smoke Nice Dreams Things are Tough All Over Open at 7 p.m. Starts at Dark Quahty Chekd DAIRY FOODS Enid Okla, GOLD POT DAIRY PRODUCTS 633 N. Husband Stiilwater 372-1"|10 Castleberry of Quanah, Texas. Also surviving are her paternal and maternal grandmothers, Mrs. Sylvia Castleberry of Carney and Mrs. Dora Jackson of Oklahoma City. BERGSTRASSER SERVICES HELD Memorial services were held Monday, April 16, 1984, for Mrs. Theodore (Hazel Irene Shoemake) Bergstrasser, 81, former Perkins resident, who died April 11, 1984 at her home in Hemet, California. Graveside services were held on April 12, 1984 in Rose Hill Memorial Park in Whittier, California. She was born in Arl- ington, South Dakota and had lived in Hemet since 1972 She was a member of the First Methodist Church in Hemet. Prior to moving to California, she had been a Payne County teacher, teaching in the Perkins School District for nine years. She is survived by her husband; two daughters, seven grandchildren, two great-grandchildren; three sisters, including Alice Overholt, Stillwater; Lela Waiters, Perkins; ancl Blanche Graham of Houston, Texas. Two sisters-in-law, Clara Bergstrasser and Elizabeth Weihe of Stillwater, also survive. HOKE LUMBER CO., INC. 1011' S. Perkins ltd. Stillwater, OK 372.2372 1 a kindergarten class and was a member of the women's group in the church. She was a charter member of the Salt Fork Extension Homemakers and for a number of years had been an election counter for Kay County's Precinct 25. Her parents, three brothers and her step- mother predeceased her. In addition to her hus- band of the home, sur- vivors are a son, Bert Franklin Blumer, rural Ponca City; two daughters, Mrs. Mary Grace Ulrich of Sioux Ci- ty, Iowa and Nancy Louvenia Anderson of Eagle Lake, Texas. Four grandchildren also survive. Others surviving are two half sisters, Mrs. Mack T. (Lodiene) Nickels, Stillwater and Mrs. Betty Holl- ingsworth, Springdale, Arkansas; and three half brothers, the Rev. Thomas Kirby of Oklahoma City, and Doyle Kirby and Dr. James Kirby, both of Perkins. Memorials in her name may be made to the Albright United Methodist Church's memorial fund of the American Cancer Society in care of Kathryn Wright with the First National Bank of Ponca City. -O- t PRIVATE SERVICES HELD FOR BROTHER OF RESIDENT Private services were held for Burl B. Hill of Colorado Springs, Col- orado who passed away April 15, 1984. Interment was in the Shrine of Rest Mausoleum, Colorado Springs. He died of an ap- parent heart attack at his home. He was born October 26, 1906 in Perkins. He had resided in Colorado Springs for the past 20 years. He served in the U.S Army during WWII and received the Bronze Star. He was a semi- retired auto body repair- man and a member of the Veteran of Foreign Wars. His wife, Christine, preceded him in death. He is survived by one sister, Lois Taylor, of Perkins and several nieces and nephews. Memorial contributions can be made to the American Heart Fund in his memory. "O" EDEN CHAPEL By Donna Burton Mr. and Mrs. Jim Looney, Vickie Britton and friend Barry were Easter guests of Mr and Mrs. Bob Burnett. Easter dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Dave McLemore and family were Mr. and Mrs. Earl Stanton and girls from Afton and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Burton. Easter dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Bur- ton were Mr. and Mrs. Dan Perceful, AHene Matney and Donna, Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Price and Tiffany, Mr. and Mrs. John Doddson and LaDonna and Vickie, Mr. and Mrs. Lee Murlin and Chris, Frank Sutliff and Pauline Franklin. Wednesday evening, Mr. and Mrs. Oren Matney and Donna visited Mr. and Mrs. Charles Murlin and girls in Oklahoma City. Rena Burton called on Elsie Pock Thursday eve ning. There will be a work day at the Glenwood Cemetary on Saturday, Register during the month of April for a HOTPOINT MICnOWAW to be given away. ... SPECIAL*.. Bar-B-Q Beef Sandwich * 2 potatoes * Z" Perkins, Oklahoma Leave the Phone on the Hook ln~ormstion about your changing Rhonda Johnson, Msnager There seems to be an increase of customers who, for one reason or another, have been leaving their tele- phone receivers off the hook. This presents problems for the customer as well as the company. First of all, by leaving the tele- April 28th. * phone off the hook, you are discon- There will be a pot-luck necting your telephone service. dinner at High Prairie Friends and neighbors trying to Saturday evening, April reach you would find a continuous 28, at 7:00 P.M. busy signal or ringing, while you are Pauline Franklin and not even aware they are calling. Donna Burton visited Mr. At the same time, the telephone and Mrs. Dan Perceful switching office is unnecessarily tied Friday afternoon. We up. In other words, the dial tone is hope Dan will get well being wasted by someone who is not soon. using it. Ruth Etheridge spent This unnecessary demand on the Easter with Mr. and Mrs. telephone network causes problems Wayne Taylor and family, for other customers. Leaving your Mr. and Mrs. Lane Bur- phone off the hook could be the ton and Frank visited Mr. cause of someone else's slow dial and Mrs. Joe Burton and tone or delay in switching their calls. Mrs. and Mrs. Earl Stan- Plus, if you're on a party line, you ton and girls Saturday could interrupt service to everyone afternoon, else on the line. Mr. and Mrs. Mark What happens when you leave Furgason and Dermis your phone off the hook? Courtright of Stillwater Depending on the type of central visited Mrs. Opal Court- switching office that serves your right Sunday afternoon, town, many different things can Mr. and Mrs. Earl Stan- happen. For example, an excessive ton and girls, Afton, wait on dial tone will trigger an spent the weekend with alarm signal on your set. If this is Mr. and Mrs. Fred Stan- ignored, an alarm in the central of- ton and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Burton. J 6 pk 16 oz. telephone sen, ice from lice will notify technicians trouble on the line. In some offices this automatically cut off the leaving you without In other offices, your manually disconnected. Once your service is people calling no longer signal. Instead it will caller as if the telephone is ringing when it isn't. Depe the equipment and the the technicians, the line is retested and service restored. Also, sometimes a caller reach someone with a receiver off the hook may trouble report to the repair If a telephone coal technician is sent to check and the trouble is a receiver ~ set, the company may customer for a repair visit. charges would apply only a home or business where trouble is found not to be iv western Bell Telephone's Rhonda Johnson, Southwestern Bell Tele 519 S. Husband Stillwater, OK 74074 377-4944 {call collect) Contactyour participating Trane Dealer by find out how mucn you can save. Your Trane dealer wants you to be cool and calculating about your centrat&ir During April and May, before the sweltering nightsof summer. Before busiest season. And while you can save up'to $250* during your Trane dealer's Calling your Trane dealer makes more sense than mere dollars, though Trane/GE has the world built with Climatuff compressors, feature Spine Fin, the best heat transfer system in the business and provide filter/dryers on every unit, which remove water and contaminants. So act Now! Preserve your comfort and your cash. Have your new Trane Central Air Conditioning system installed before May 31, 1984 and save up to $250"! Pogue Heating & A C Perkins 547 5046 *The $250 figure is baud on a Tmne partictl:~ng cleeler mlmto up to $160 o~11dl EIi~ ~ and estimated first year energy savings of $75 to $140. lb figure your savings, Southwestern Bell II the onl