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PAGE 6- The Perkins Journal Thursday, May 6. L993 ii WANT TO BUY RED CEDAR LOGS 6" diameter &amp; up, small end 48", 88", or 100" long d___A'l--I Ok) L:::LIUL::::I2[ Cimarron Cedar Co. Highway 33, 3 Miles West of Langston Day Special Hanging Baskets Flower Arrangements 405-._._.__.22 8 2-77___j3 9 After Only Eight Months, Our Weight Control Program is Definitely Missing Something... 11 Jl3k JnL Jl3k '.'. About l00OOO Pounds!'.'. Heard the latest about Stillwater Medical Call today o you n( Center's New Direction Weight Manage- orientation to learn more direction ment System? It works! about NEW DIRECTION ,u,. ,,  .. ,,., for those with 40 or more pounds to lose or OUTLOOK for hose with less than 40 pounds to lose. We'll be happy to help get you on the road to a healthy life for the rest of you life! The Healthy Lifestyles Place 624.1260 In only eight months, our clients have quickly and safely lost over 1,000 pounds. And, because New Direction is a complete weight management system - not a diet - they'll probably never see those excess pounds again. New Direction emphasizes LIFELONG weight control rather than just loss. i Church Services Chapel Services Direct Cremation .Pre-Arranging Locally owned and operated Steve and Lisa Hickey - Owners 515 South Duncan 372-1811 Shop the A cew rCrad/zia." ] Classifieds-" l We d., Early and Late IWl Packs $5.00 NEW! Progressive U-Pick-Era in 29#'s for $2000 $1.OO For a . Will Add $50 Each Session Until It Reaches . $2,000, Then One Number Will ,Be Added Each ." Session Consolation $200 rl. v $400 Progressive Black-out Starts in Added Each BIBLE EVANGELISTIC TEMPLE Jerry Sparkman 547-5076 CHRISTIAN CI-I-UIH OF PERKINS Jeff Gill 547-2004 I First United Methodist By Susaq Ross This Sunday, May 9, our scrip- tures will be Psalms 31, Acts 7:55- 60, John 14: 1-4, and I Peter 2:2 - 10. The sermon title will be "Only Holy, Royal and Chosen People Need Apply." The children's choir will be singing "Love, Love, Love" to help us honor mothers. The Covenant Care Ministry Training will be held Sunday evening from 5 to 7. The nominat- ing committee will meet Wednes- day, May 12 at 6:45 p.m. and the trustees on Thursday, May 13, at 7 p.m. On May 16, we will have our second Mission Potluck of the year. The speaker will be Rev. Olaf Hoggard of Stillwater, who directs a summer recreation program for Native American youth. May 23 will be Senior Recognition Sunday, a day to honor those graduating from high school or college this spring, Our Sunday School classes for all ages meet at 10 a.m. and our weekly worship service begins at 10:55. Seventh [MY Adventist By LaVerne Lymkey CHURCH OF CHRIST RIchard Poe 547-5393 CHURCH OF THE"': ...... ' FIRST BORN " ..... 547-5406 I Corinthians 2:1-2. It was our plsure to welcome Glen and Beatrice Lemon from Michigan, the sister and brother-in- law of Pastor Don Baker. The "Life Him Up" series given by Pastor Scott Baker has been very enlightenS. Our message, given by Bob Turner formerly pastor at 'IIoma Park, Md., was about recognizing each member as a representative of Christ. The scriptures were Romans 8:39 and 10:13, but there are many more scriptures to lead one to a better life with God. Our closing song was "To God Be The Glory" and our benediction was given by Bob Turner. The Good News By Richard Poe, Preacher Greetings from the saints, that assemble for worship and study at 1200 N. Lovers Lanel An invitation is extended to you to come and be . our special guests. Congratulations to our Bible Bowl team of Cassy and Katy Chruch and Katerra and "lhbitha Slaton for placing second in a field of approximately I00 teamsi There will be a ladies' nlte out on May 14, 6 p.m. at the Our opening song was "The Lord building. Ladies are invited to in Zion Reigneth" and our pastoral attend and bring a favorite food prayer was given by Doug Johnson. for potluck and be prepared to Our special tithes and offerings will share an interesting anecdote. The go to help Tulsa in their time of motivational and humorous tape, need. The scripture reading was I "God Uses Cracked Pots," will be i ..... i PAYNE COUNTY BANK lJk" 202 South Main * P.O. Box 579 Perkins, Oklahoma 74059 405/547-2436 y Hours: Mon.- Frl. 8 a,m,-3 p.m. Saturday 8 a.m.-12 noon Drive-in Houm: Mon.-Frt. 7:30 a.m.-4 p.m. ,, , Saturlay 7:30 alto.-12 noc,t , Perkins Builders Suonlv 1 I'! Mon.-gri. 7:30-6 p.m.'' -[ J Now Open Sat. 8-5 p.m. 1 mile E. on Hwy 33 405-547-5333 -- . iii i ill illil i l I - Perkins Insurance Agency i21 N. Main 547-2971 ,- i iii i ii i i . _ i Perkins "Y" Livestock Auction, Inc. sale Every Wednesday WeAppreciate Your Business Jimards Sale Barn Lee CrayCraft 918-2737 405-547-2533,405-547-2760 I ii ii iiii EDEN CHAPEL FIRST .BAPTIST FRIENDS CHAPEL SEVENTH DAY ADV UNITED METHODIST Larry Wilson Darrel Oshorn Don Baker Max Rudd 547-2494 466-2582 547-2861 m 547-2102 I Ill II i i i UNION t. -FIRST ASSEMBLY OF GOD FIRST UNITED METHODIST : : LOST CREEK . MEHAI EslingC " David Raines Susan Ross UNITED METHODIST 547-5111 547-2481 Max Rudd 918-372-4544 n 1. 547-5207 L I part of the entertainment, a great darkness, to a couple of what seemed like cross of Christ is central I was the recipient of a generous permanent fixtures around Ripley, tianity. Kendie Hope Church, the daugh- act this past week. As I was and who I considered friends. I will The 6 p.m. service ter of Ken and Edie Church, has visiting in the home of one of the miss seeing Butch Shoup driving his solo by Jeff Gammill e been in the hospital since her birth members of the church, the subject red truck down the highway pulling Is No Secret." The ti on Feb. 15. She has continued to of lawnmowers came up. I needed his backhoe somewhere. And he sermon was "What DO J improve and it looks like she may to buy one and was asking some won't be seen out stacking his wood With People You Don't be able to come home in a couple questions. Shordy after I returned for sale. He will be missed at the Brother Wilson read Matt of weeks! We are thankful to God to the building, the daughter of coffee shop and at Men's Breakfast 48. In this passage JesoS Lh for this blessing, the lady I was visiting, called and and Bible Study. Thanks for all you love our enemies and pf The congregation is conducting a gave me her lawnmower. (I would did. persecutors, both of whi(  food drive for the Turley Children's mention her name but I don't think Another lon 8 time Ripley resi- to do, but Jesus connna m Home in Tulsa. The pickup date she would want me to.) dent has gone to, with the Lord, Earl Twenty-two women is May 11. Jim Lolley, who is in I was overwhelmed with her Fairchild, businessman, rancher, Creek for the Women's t charge of the drive, has challenged generosity. The mower was almost husband of long time school teacher, Friday and Saturday. A the church to collect 250 items. We new. I tried to pay her, but she Eleanor Fairchild, passed away last time was experienced W w are close, refused, saying it was a gift. It Saturday. He was a real estate man mended, d Congratulations to Larry Tomlin- really touched my heart and made who had a "deal for you." " If I Another event which t e son who was reccndy named Lion of me realize again how important it is were your age" he would say. He now is the book "EI l1 the Year by the Perkins Lions Club[ to have the fight attitude toward our was a colorful Earl. God" being taught. It is ( Good News! The past Monday possessions. Thank yon "KW." Both of these men were an Sunday from 4:30 p.m. " evening, one of our young ladies "Where is our treasure, and what important part of Ripley and they Wednesday from 6:30 p. was baptized into Christ! The sermons for the past Sunday has it done to our hearts?" will be missed. Vacation Bible Sclgj were, "Where Is Your Treasure and Have a great weekl Monday, June 7 and et m Est Baptist Church What Has It Done To Your Heart?" Mchan Messages By Sandy Edwards June 11. It starts at 9 a.P ,, and "It Bites Like a Serpent and By Larry EsHnger Soggy wool weather described 11 Stings Like an Adder." Praise the Lord! April showers Sunday, May 2. That was outside;  "1. For the past several months, bring May flowers. We should have inside, the 10:50 a.m. service fea- ] the Sunday morning sermons have lots of fiowersI Exciting things are tured "Senior Adult Day." For the ,, centered around Jesus' teachings going on around Mehan, there was children's sermon, Goldie Stewart Bible Rea$ found in Matthew 5-7, commonly a big yellow grader out Tuesday told the children that God loved called the Sermon on the Mount. In moving dirt and getting the pad them. The senior choir sang "Old Guides avail0 Matthew 6:19-24, Jesus stresscs the ready for the new sanctuary. Fred Time Medley" and later "Jesus Is by writing Bt s importance of laying up treasures in Wheatley was doing the driving. Coming Again." A testimony was Thanks Fred! heaven rather than on carth. Reason: Saturday .vend of the men given by Charles Gardner. Brother of Faith, P.O, ! Wherever your treasure is, there Larry Wilson read from Matthew  . g will yourheart be aso.l put up .chain link. r fence for ar 7:l-8 and the tifle ofhis sermon was 2566 Stfl]w i ue eve" --li it is a good thing conm'uctmn barrie, and. the baReN "It Is Good For Us TO Be ,Hem." ) -- ..... t, ,, ,,a exmi,,,, ,, boards have been put m place, ow He pointed out that a person scom- . Oklahoma 74 li ri "'--1 d check r we wt wait to some more ory yes pe oatcai y an ou " l ' panions are important, and that the ;;-; "in" .-tJ  In ' mme, we ,e pung "e"',v-v'*s of thee worla and down a foundation of prayer. We "e" --] " "" ..... R ......... t want to braid on the ockf neglect mat wmcn m permanen ,rt,. _. _, ........ Sunday I EADES HARDWARE &APPLIANCE J He< and eternal in heave. When greed L "' ,?.?,:v,-.-, ,,-.,, --?, .--- --.-r ..-o .nO n' " "" --" = " I 11 .= ,,.,,..   , tj, ,, l,,,.,, l,.,,eti,n I.doA ,, ,xit h nmn men worship the almighty dollar lthe"Vne'.'-,,..',:-a, (405)547-2477 rather than the Almighty God, it is .... e - : We have had to say 8ood ! 00MENeTA4LN FALLMYE00ERSH,P FRIED CHICKEN 8 PC. $5.99 CALLAHEAD  124 Main Perkins 547-5183 --, a H ..... : ' THE CHSTIAN BOOKSTORE THE PERKINS DRUG " F0rAi Your Molar's Day Gills. Steve and Kristy Willingham, owners Monday thru Friday 8:30 to 6 Sat. 8:30 to 1 246 S. Main 547-2079 Emer. Night# ti, Perkins, Ok. 547-5069 g z h FJMILY TA'P, AIt , 121 W. Thomas Perkins, OK i