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May 9, 1996

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MAY 9, 1996 resident completes mpley's Annual Commeroal School Pioneer Day resident Lisa K. Garrison recently completed the Okla- this Saturday ! ers Association's Commercial Lending School in Still- Ripley will hold their annual ' Pioneer Day celebration on Sat- ! commercial credit analyst at StiUwater National Bank, urday, May 11, 1996. The day 36 students who attended the school March 17-22 at will kick offwith arts and crafts na-State University. booths opening in the bus barn nsive week-long school is designed to prepare bankers to located downtown at 8:30 a.m. t vely as commercial loan officers. Students learned about The Cimarron Kountry Cloggers they should take in evaluating business loan requests, will perform at 9:30 a.m. down- esses are structured and how they compete and how totown while waiting" for the pa- the management of business borrowers. They also stud-rade to start at 10:30 a.m. You that affect loan pricing and approaches to loan structur- ation. Students also were given an opportunity may also want to come early and tour the Kirk Antique Car Mu- analytical techniques in a lending situation case study, scum and visit the food booths. . l klahoma Bankers Association conducts more than 60 edu- After the parade, the craft programs and seminars each year for the banking commu- the premier trade association for the Oklahoma ommer- booths will remain open while games, music and.several other gindustry, representing more than 330 banks wi hnearly activities will be held in the I dIBmployees. park. This year there will be to speak in Stillwater kiddieenjoy nearridesthefrpark.the children to tavw .asurer Robert Butkin will be the featured speaker at the Music will be provided by Alan a8 of the Payne County Democrats to be held Thursday, Dean Rogers and The Outwest ;IP m:in the Stillwater City Commission Room, 723 S. Lewis. Band as the featured band. began his public service career in 1987 as an assistant Other entertainment will be pro- general, In that post, he fought for lower utility bills for vided by Greg Savory, Lisa .,ha consumers. He also argued the landmark Illinois River Baker, Jason Savory, Stars and Stripes Cloggers, Mark Payne, a bre the U. S. Supreme Court. The Court's decision in that Cimarron Kountry Cloggers and Oklahoma protect its natural environment. is a third generation Oklahoman. He received his Bach- Stoney Phillips. All of the listed degree, magus cure laude from Yale University and a entertainers are great and they f om the University of Pennsylvania. In 1978, he was promise to bring a lot of fun and a Prestigious Henry Luce Scholarship given each year to enjoyment to the day. In the TaT rlc ns" o ou:tan.sid i:gl::d: shi:t tbflt eventing, of rain, the music will be ..... niASv e:iL; moved to the school Vo-Ag build- Butkin returned to Duncan, Oklahoma and headed Butkin The Alumni Banquet will be a rSes : sli bi gua s i 'ersd:!ehc iPisdi iia ! held in the s chool gym at 7 p.m. And to round out the evening, a street dance will be held in the post office parking lot from 9-12 I for Lincoln County On-Stage second production The Cem- ..... ab by Ivan Menchall will be held on Sunday, May 12 at 3:00 i coln County On-Stage Theater, 108 East Eighth Street ~er. ,directed by Charles Nichols, is a comedy centering upon o lmklows and their struggles after having lost their husbands. - lare:vailable for four females and one male. all preferable ag offorty , according to director Nichols. Much Iike our uction, this play will make audiences laugh a little and said Nichols. are open to all interested persons. Production dates are !i and 29. be available at tryou with music provided by the D. J. for comedy this Sunday Express of Cushing. We would like to invite you to come and join the day with us and have a memorable time. For more information, please phone Lydia Grimes 918-372-4570 or Vickie Hughes at 918-372-4287. - their husbands, one baby d- 'J-f ily. fthe s0u-thern states, we were sand they were good. " ys ago, I found this recipe for grits and cheese and liked parsley flakes salted water until done and fairly dry. Add one stick into hot grits until melted. Add eggs, one at a time, after each addition. Add milk. Pour into casserole parsley flakes. Bake at 350 degrees for 45 casserole rises some, so be sure the baking dish is tto allow for this. .good trip, in spite of the fact that when the boys went they got seasick and were a little green around they got back. about that trip now. Club meeting dates Set i Round.Up Club w-'dl be the first and of each month annual rodeo will and 29th. will hold its next meet- 15th at 8 p.m. Any club ompote in nusl a Uavalcade must k ow at mee st, all horses entering must have a nega- test. This ira new OWners mtmtemmmmmemehave r Memor i New books at the library by Helen Marler, librarian ADULT: Pull Of The Moon by Elizabeth Berg Cruel Justice by William Bernhardt Shock Wave by Clive Cussler Grand Jury by Philip Friedman Angel Flying Too Close To The Ground by Annie Garrett Banana Rose by Natalie Goldberg Memories Of Madison County by Jana St. James LARGE PRINT: The Cat Who Said Cheese by LiUian Jackson Death Of A Gossip by M. C. Beaton Lazarus Tree by Robert Richardson LARGE PRINT, NON-FIC- TION: Funny, You Don't Look Like A Grandmother by Lois Wyse You Wouldn't Believe What My Grandchild Did by Lois Wyse The Perkins Journal's annual graduation edition is next week. 1710 aet Sixth 624-0412 and show their Coggins papers each time they transport heir horse. If you would like to sponsor one of the student "grad ads" be sure to call the Journal by Friday, 5 p.m.. 547-2411 Ch4)lol) of rnemt: ~lmJue|ile or hion RANT .121 W. THOMAS, PERKINS "547-5378 Come In To Whistle Stop and Register To Win A To Be Given Away July 4, 1996 Register For The Drawing Between Now and July 4. Register As Often As You Like. No Purchase Necessary. You Do Not Have To Be Present To Win. 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