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The Perkins Journal Thursday, May 3, 1984 -- PAGE 13 CROSS every night at Southern MEHAN UNION SENIOR CITIZENS McDaniel. EDEN CHAPEL CONNIE KIRBY They range from $500 LT LOST Heights United MESSAGES ARE GUESTS OF President, Pat Nfles, By Donna Burton AWARDED to $2,400 depending on Methodist Church in Sorry I didn't get any SCHOOL welcomed everyone and The week is starting SCHOLARSHIP grades and ACT scores. Cross was Stfllwater. On the first news in last week, but I"It makes me want to Florence Holbrook toldout pretty after all theOklahoma State aspecial wayTuesday of each month,wasn't feeling too weli so come back, at age 86,"the group about our club. storms; we were all very University has awardedInformation about lay at Lost the 2 churches alternate I didn't make it to church, was the reaction EffieThe Mutual Improve- lucky around here. an academic scholarship OSU's scholarship pro- Methodist going up there. They had 186 for Emerson, one of the ment Club celebrated its Sunday, a lot of to Connie Kirby, a senior day was of- Eden Chapel people Easter services last Sun- many guests here at the 60th anniversary this relatives got together at at Perkins-Tryon High gram may be obtained by designated served in April and Max day. We had 100 for high school last Wednes- year. Mr. and Mrs. Bob School. calling the OSU office of High School and College Day." Rudd, minister, said, '"We church this Sunday. With day The perkins-TryonBecause of the incle- Burnett's home for dinner OSU scholarships are Relations at one of theall worked our guts out the time change, I would School invited the ment weather, our pro-and visiting, awarded based on 1-800-522-6809 or in the and loved every minute of imagine that some Perkins Senior Citizens to gram for the evening was Mr. John Berray from academic achievement in joined in itl It was a very rewar- overslept. We were happy come and have lunch and unable to attend. Texas spent the weekend high school or junior 1-405-624-5358. served inding experience." to see everyone out. visit the school plant. The serving table was with Mr. and Mrs. Bob college. -o- in the This Tuesday was Lost Monica Nettles and They were served a fine beautifully decorated Burnett. rnmunity.Creek's turn. The LoveTom Arthur celebrated dinner and then they en- with a white tablecloth Mrs. Oren Matney and t Jtruct the Feast is a free evening their birthdayslast week. joyed a group of songs by with pink embroidered Mrs. Lee Murlin visited L building meal sponsored by We had four birthdays the high school choir,flowers, a pinksilkflower Mrs. Elsie Pock on SUMMER TIME few yearsSouthern Heights. It is this week; Janet Lara,, Serving the guests were arrangement and pink Thursday. greatly with served 5 nights a week. Vida Davis, Kevin Zet-members of the FHA. tapers in silver Emily Floyd visited PRODU :eep and As many as 50-75 people terberg and Stormy. Hap Some of the other cam- candleholders. Opal Courtright on :e of the have served in anpy Birthday toeveryone, ments given were: Mrs. Refreshments of limeFriday. ARE NOW IN tys willing to evening .... We have several Emerson--"I sent 3 sherbet punch, cake Saturday visitors of %-- asked and Upcoming events in- visitors; Dale Cox, Becky daughters through school decorated with individual )Hr. and Mrs. Wayne Bur- Time To Stock Up On All g'for those clude: A cookout at the Summers and Dave, here. I came through pink rose buds, sugar- ton were Mr. and Mrs. Summer Time Needs. that need fix- Arthur farm on May 5 Robin Ester Gordon school here in a tw story coated pecans, and pink Dan Perceful, Mrs. and also serv- {leave Eden Chapel at 5 We also had d special brick schoolhouse"; Vern mints were served to the Mrs. Lee Murlin, Shella SUrer at the P.M.}; Round-Up day atvisitor, Rachel Reese. She Wells--"I organized the following members andBrown, Kenny, Kathy Lost Creek on May 20 is Robin and Disney first.little league team in guests: Carol Acuff, Inez Murlin and Beverly and 1 14th of this {morning and afternoon}; Rseses' new daughter; she the area. Our field was Barnes, Jessie Scaggs, Rick Burton. Inr the dutyVacation Bible School at is six months old and a lit-, right where the gym Edna Chesney, MadelynLee Murlin visited Mr. the church's Lost Creek in July; Trip tie doll. They are thank- stands now;" Elsie Glidewell, Ellen Dickson, and Mrs. Charles Murlin With Wilfred to Eureka Springs, Pas- ing the Lord for their Jenkins--"I taught here Kelly Kinder, Linda and girls one evening last sign Play and Thorn- .healthy little.girl, for 20 years. There's so Doyle, Anna Marie week, while Lee was at- aarried to crown Chapel on July 28 There will be' a baby many more organizations Evans, Margaret Hren-tending school with Bell and the & 29. . shower for Rachel at the and more materials to cher, Yvonne Evans, Telephone Company in are a strong Something is always church fellowship hall on work with"; Nelson Wands Gill, Jeanne Oklahoma City. , Lost Creek going on at Eden Chapel May 7th at 7:30 P.M. " Cundiff-- "The high McDonald, Florence Mrs. Jessie *I aylor and Lost Creek. Come school was where the Holbrook, Juanita Hols- visited Mr. and Mrs. see our new baby. ' Elementary was. I wentinger, Donna Stallard,Jerry Beverage on Satur- fine a day and be a p.ar: of it. Everyone come out and his honor, . " " We have several praise here for 3 years." Thrissa Johnson, Barbara day evening. add- reports. Barbara Davis is Both the guests and the Kirby, Lela Waiters, Pebble Murlin visited in the ENERGY SAVING doing well after gall blad- school personnel enjoyed Margaret Husted, Ruby her uncle and aunt, Mr. EMERGENCY NUMBER 547-5069 der surgery; Kathy Lester is doing much better after the car accident. We thank the Lord for their recovery and pray that he continues their healing. We had a special song by Dianna Spiva accom- panied by Laurie Dooley name HOUSING AND EN- member. VIRONMENT L a plaque PROGRAM Payne County Exten- the inscrip- sign Homemakers are Cross - sponsoring a House and on it. Yard Day at the Cam- added to 'munity Building on the name. County Fair Grounds, east of Stillwater, Thurs- on the piano, Love day in day, May 10. The public isCrucified and ,4rose. Wilfred is invited .. free publica- We would like for you tions, exhibits and to put these on your as Santa program, prayer list: Rhonda Foote Lost Creek, The program begins at and Barbara Miller have the cam- 10:00 A.M. with three the flu and Mr. Har- inscrip- "workshops." These are dgrave isn't feeling well; s "Wilfred repeated at 11:00. You also, Florence Nettle's Our Santa can choose two...all are aunt is in intensive care. excellent. Dr. James of Lost Knight, OSU Architect Cha.. l Engineer; Mrs. Sue OLIVET EXTENSION a new Wflhams, Energy HOMEMAKERS NEWS 15repar. -Specialist, and Mr. Bill The Olivet Extension cleanin- Blair from REC will beHomemaker's Club met held presenting the first threeApril 17 at the home of sessions. Beulah Cox. The Presi- Other speakers and dent, Jewell, presided demonstrators include over the meeting. One Sue Herndon, Equipment song was sung and the and Appliance Specialist, Lord's Prayer and Flag OSU; Mrs. Leora Doyle, Salute were said in is Mrs. Nellie Godfrey andunison. Gladys read a nice that we Mrs. Bessie Buntin. scripture reading based the last You have a choice of on Luke 24:6 for the two sessions of the four in devotion. Beulah gave the 'not the afternoon. A variety lesson, native and Shocker. of Extension publications adopted flowers. on "Energy Saving in Four members attended Housing and the Environ- the health fair and three nearly ment" will be available, members have reserva- ago in The programspecialists tions for the extension will assist individualshomemaker's tour. with special problems and- Charlotte Corn became We are liD- questions on housing and a new club member and period energy saving. Do you we are glad to have her. or need insulation, solar Jewell and Beulah age. The Age water heating, new equip- received gifts from their ment, lower utility bills or sunshine sisters. 1 Eden to decorating ideas...just to After the business sos- Jewish mention a few. You may sign, Beulah served mcep- ' receive the door prize, refreshments to members, Chairman Mrs. Ad- Edna Close, Carol Jarvis. dison Brown and her corn- Jewell Mahar, Gladys In- death of mittee invite you to come man, MaudetLa Triplett, the for an hour or two or the Peggy Lawyer, and today, whole day and stay for guests Aileen Gibson, Mark lunch with Pi e Vale Ex- Charlotte Corn and Alta One but tension Homemakers Youngker. the Group. The next meeting will come. -o- be May 15th at the home of Carol Jarvis. Lynn Cicle was winner of Microwave Register during the month of May for a 99 Dark Snack e Perkins, Oklahoma the day so much that Gearhart, Joan McDaniel, plans are already being Judy Spillars, Pat Niles, made for a return visit Eloise Parsons, Erma next year. Shelby and the hostess, -o- Ella B. McCarty. MUTUAL IMPROVE- MENT CLUB MEETS The last meeting of the The Mutual Improve club year will be a "Salad ment Club held its annual Supper" at the home of Guest Night on April Ellen Dickson on May 26th in the home of Ella 10th, with Wanda Gill B. McCarty. Serving as serving as co-hostess. It co-hostesses were Erma will be our annual Dues Shelby, Anna Marie Day and election of Evans, Fern Chrystal, officers. Billee Fisher and Joan -o- and Mrs. Jessie Smith, in Cushing on Tuesday. Last week visitors of Jessie Taylor were Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Beverage, Mrs. Vivian Tipton, Mr. and Mrs. Kelly Powell, Mr. and Mrs. Ted Prickett, Mr. Don Prickett, and Mr. and Mrs. Mike McCarthy. Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Price, Mr. and Mrs. Lee Murl n. Mrs. Arlene Matney all went bowling in Cushing Friday evening. HOURS: 8:30-6:30 Mon.-Sat. 8:30-1:00 Saturday 547-2079 246 S. Main Let's Worship Together - ATTEND-THE CHURCH OF YOUR CHOICE THIS SUNDAY Perkins -- Ripley --- "Carney Tryon --- Coyle -- Glencoe --PnKINB-- Sunday School 9:45 a.m. --TIVON-- Morning Worship 11:00 o.m. Flhrst Christian Church Evening Wondllp 7:00 p.m,Ikndd Cretin', PWlt~r Wed. Family Night Sunday School10:00 o m. 7 to 8:15 p.m. Worship Service ) 1:00 a.m. Clwrch Of ChrMt Ewmtng Wonlhlp 6:00 p.m,Sunday School9:45 a.m. Wed. BIbleStucly, 7:30p, m. MoeniJ,gWorship ll:00a.m. First JelNlOtf ~ Evening Worihip 6:30 p.m, "~ ~ leldnl ~ L wed. Bible Study 6r30 p.m, j First IMptlst, Church Sunday Worship e:3o o.m. :i Lklyd Cemlchell II Sunday WorshiplO:S0 o.m. ,. Sunday School 10:00 o,m. Training Union 6:00 p.m. -Worship 11:00 o.m. Sunday Even. 7:00 p.m, Sun. Evening 7:00 p,m Chrl~len Union Church Wed. Eve, 7:30 p.m. To41 @lbe~t. I~mr Fhlt ChrMtkm Cll~lt Sunday School 10:0Q o.m. IBimyml, ~ Morning Worship I1:00 a.m Church School 9:45 o.m.CYE 6:00 pm Morning Wor~ip10:45 o.m. Youth Fellowship 6:30p.m, --I~JINCOe.-- Women's Council3rd Tues. Almmdbly of G~I Church 1:30 p.m. ~ R. COIIInl Wed. Service 7:00 p.m. Sunday School 9:45 o.m~ e~ i~/ Morninu Worship 11:(X) o.m. Ad~mtlst Evangelistic Serv. 7:00 p.m. School 9:30 o,m. WedneKIoy Midweek Service Worship Service I 1:00 o,m. 7:30 p.m. United Methodist ChurchUnWed MeShdiet Clmrch IMv. W. Itmcy, ~ Ikle Meret, Prater Church School 9:45 o.m.Church School 10:00 a.m. Morning Worship 11.'00 o.m. Morning Worship I I:00 o.m. New ~ Ittlk)wdtlp MYF 5:30 p.m. ~ ~ Wednesday Midweek Service Sunday 10:00 a,m. 7:30 p,m. Wednesday 7:00 p.m. first klptlst VMeO INmtNNmm~l ~ Mirth Ibmmmlk ~ , OI/~ Sunday School9:45 o. rn. W.C. Qe'~kNll111, ~ Morning Worship I1:00 o.m. Sunday School 9:45 o.m. Training Union6:4.5 p.m. Worship Service 11:00 o.m. EveningWorship7:30 p.m. Evangelism 6:30 p.m. Wed.Service 7:30 p,m. Wed, Prayer Mtg. 7:30 p,m. Church of Christ Jlemee lunner, MIofeter OFIAIleL-- Sunday Schoo~ 9:45 o.m. f~lll~l~ Motbll~ ~ ~orntng Worship 10:4,5 o.m Mne all4d, ~ Youth Meeting 6:30 p.m Morning Worship 9:4~ o.m. Evening Worship 7:30 p.rn Sunday School 10:45 o.m. Wed. Service 7:30 pm Evening Worship 7:00 p,m. Wed. Bible Study 7:00 p.m. --CAINIY-- UMYF 7:00 p.m. Flrot Chrlstlmn Church ~ Sunday School |O:OD o,m. Church Servitor II:00 o.m ~IM ~ Youth N~mting 3:100 p.m. Mill an4Jd, I~lstor Evening Service 6:30 p,m. Sunday School 10.'00 o.m.Amembly of ~ atw~ Morning Worship 11:00 o.m. Lof~l~ 1~l~llilllll, lllst~ Sunday School9:45 o.m, --IIIq~Y-- Church S~rvice 10:45 o.m. ~ Of ~ Evening Worship 6:30 p.m. Arnold Iklmlttk, ~ Wed. Evening 7:00 p.m. Sunday School 9:45 o.m. Morning Wo,t~ip 11:(]0 o.m. Youth ACtivities 6:30 p.m. --Alma CHUlICHIm.- Evening Wonhip 7:20 p.m. Wed. Service 7:30 p.m. B ml. Welt of CvlhlnI FIr0t United Method,s Reymer Cee, Pmtor Suncloy School 9:45 o,m. W. WoedH~ ~ ~ning Worship 10:45 am. Morning Wmihtp 9:30 o.m. Evening Service 7:30 p.m. Church School 10:30 o.m. Bible Study, Tues. 7:30 p.m. Wed. B~ble Study 7:30 p.m.Choir, Wed. 7:30 p.m. Youth Meeting 6:00 p.m. INenwnd Vnllny Clml~dk e4 Christ I ml I Of ItlUvmter on il Bible Study 10:00 o.m.Suncloy School 10:00 o.m. 1 t:00 o.m. MornlngWo~hip I~m' Morning Worship 11:00a.m, Evening Woehip Young People 7:30 p.m. I, Inn christina Evening Worship 7:30 p.m. PMI Mudaett. Prater Pwedlee ~ Ml~hm Sunday School I0:00 o.rn. Jeckle McAnelly Morning Wo~hip 11:~0 o.m. ~ 1, I ml W Of Youth Follow~Ip6.'00 p.m.I~lllwnlor Evongell~lc f~k'v. 7:00 p.m. Sunday School I0:00 a.m, Wed. Sm'vl~ 7:00 p,m. N~rning Worship I 1:00 o.m, Evening Worship 6:00 p.m .-OVIJli m.ku U~km lkw~k Pkll Ivilli~ Climb n,d l Of 11r/im lllm~ W. ~. Ml~hter Mohlm llm~ Sunday School 10:00 o.m. Larry I~lnaer, Pedlar Morning Wotlhip II :00 o.rn. Sunday School I0:00 o.m, Yo~h Meefln~ 6:30 p.m. Morning Worship I I :00 o.~n. Evening Worship 7:30 p.m. Bible S;udy 7:00 p.m. Wom~m's Council, 3rd Wld. Young People 7:00 p.m. Sunckw School 10:00 o.m. Worship So.ice 10:4~ o.m ml l Id IOA Sunday School 10:00 o.m. Trlni~ Tabernacla Mornir~Worshlp | ;:00 o,m. Pentecostal Church Evening Wo~htp 6:00 p.m. of God ~te,~ che~ 723 E. 17th St~water vel I~lensttne. I~st~r 7 ml W Of Perkins 5unclay A.M. 10 a.m. on Nwy 1,1 Sunday School 10:00 O.eh Sunday P.M. 7 p.m. ~orn~ng worsh~p ~:~0 o.m Thurs. P.M. 7 p.m. 7:30 p.m The Church is G0d's appointed agency in this world for spreading the knowledge of His love for man and of His demand for man to respond to that love by loving his neighbor. Without this grounding in the love of God, no government or society or way of life will long persevere and the freedoms which we hold so dear will in- evitably perish. Therefore, even from a selfish point of view, one should support the Church for the sake of the welfare of himself and his family. Beyond that, how- ever, every person should uphold and participate in the Church because it tells the truth about man's life, death and destiny; the truth which alone will set him free t0 live as a child of God. ! i Early churches used steeples to make the building higher than all others in the city. People could see God's House from any direction, and could easily find their way to a place of worship, Today, with many office buildings towering into the sky. churches are not always the tallest buildings. However, churches still point the way to God, and provide a place of worship. Coleman ! This Message Sponsored By. . Mc Daniel & Son Hdwe. "A OoOd Herdw~re In Good Town" BlU end J~lm McO~nl~l 11 ! S. Main S47.'J472 Perkln~, OK ,, kker'! Dry Goods Store 102 S. Meln Po~lnl S47-2461 e~ The Christian Book Store Let tl~ Ckrbtlen Ik~km Nelp Ulht tl~ Weyl Clmerren b ltlllw~lq)r 17249'Be ~. 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