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C. larkson.Oak Dale News BELLE WHITMORE large crowd assembled April 29, at the Church in Coyle Pay their last respects for 6.5, of Coyl Thursday, April at Stillwater Municipal He was born July 1911 in Coyle where he lived. He attended at Oakdale and was a School graduate. 32nd degree Mason a member of the First Coyle. is survived by his the former Marie a daughter, Anderson of Okia- City; a son, John of sister Jo Ann Gra- of Oklahoma City; a Leon and mother, Thomas, both of sympathy and love to School is out this early because of a program to start which includes to the High School. Going is Supt. and is High School Jonese Carnes is and James is Salutatorian of Class. Steen & Riden PAINT SERVICE FREE ESTIMATES Interior-Exterior Painting Complete Dry Wall Service PHONE 405-372.3050 or 405-377-0980 . ~ . The Home Builders EH Club served the Rolley Allen Sale Saturday. There was a nice crowd at the sale. The Aliens are moving to Carney, where Mr. Allen formerly lived. We will certainly miss them from our community. Mrs. Allen has been a mere. ber of the Home Builders club for a long time and they were both members of the Community Club. We wish them many happy years in their new community, but hope they return often to Oakdale. We recently received 2t/ inches of rain. Coyle report- ed. 7. These rains have given new life to the wheat, grass and the gardens. Bugs also seem to thrive. A bug for every crop-- Mr. and Mrs. Vern Van- Bebber and family were sun- day visitors of his mother Viola in Perry. They also called on Bessie VanBebber of Perry and Sunday after- noon on Mr. and Mrs. Frank Whitmore. AREA RESIDENT IS LT GOV. FOR CIRCLE K Robert Whitmore, pre- med major at Lee College, Baytown, TeL and 1976 graduate of Ross Sterling, is the new lieutenant governor for Circle K's District VIII of the Texas-Oklahoma Dis- trict. Robert is the son of Bill and Mary Ann Whitmore and the grandson of Frank and Belle Whitmore, Coyle. Robert's father is a 1951 graduate of Coyle H.S., and he's a 1955 B.S. in S.turday L'00*7 cription hours } a.m. to 2:30 p.m. ff’ of store open as usual ANY INFORMATION REGARDING CALL 547-2079 Photo.finishing quick service-- not over 2 to 3 days  the most. i Graduation Gifts and Cards available for Grads ANTHONY (Owner g Pharmacist Engineering from OSU. He was also an honor student at OSU. He has been with DuPont, LaPorte, Tex. since graduation. Robert was elected in Waco recently at a district convention of Circle K, which is sponsored at LC by the Kiwanis Club. Whitmore was graduated cure laude at Sterling, where he was a member of the National Honor Society. He is a member of Phi Theta Kappa, the scholastic honor society at LC. Whitmore lives with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Whitmore, at 2305 French Place, Baytown.. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Whitmore were among those who enjoyed the Annual REA meeting at StiUwater, Saturday. Mr. Whitmore was one of the lucky prize The TIE crew working on rest shelters are, left to right, Larry Huff, Billy Coonrod, Roibin Hudson, Kevin Vaverka and Stan Yaseck. The Perkins Journal Thursday, May 12[ 1977.9 GRADUATES FROM BASIC STOREKEEPER SCHOOL Navy Storekeeper Seaman Recruit Milton Q. Hines, whose wife Valerie is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Grady Val Gardner of P.O. Box 485, Perkins, Okla., was graduated from Basic Store- keeper School. During the five-week course at the Naval Technical Training Center, Meridian, Miss., students received an introduction to the organiza- tion and functioning of the Navy's supply system. Con- centrating on shipboard sup- ply applications, they stud- ied the procedures of requis- tioning, issuance, inventory- ing, storage and accounting of foodstuffs, clothing and repair parts. He joined the Navy in November 1976. "O" INITIATED INTO PHI KAPPA PHI Ninety-three scholars at Oklahoma State University, taken from the upper 5 percent of the graduating students in each of OSU's colleges, have been initiated into Phi Kappa Phi. Included are Robert P. Evans, Perkins; and Jennifer Hon- eycutt and James Strine, Glencoe. -O- Mothers •were not forgot- ten as most everyone had guests over the holiday. "O" Farmers Union Youth Camp Farmers Union Junior Youth Camp F.U. Junior Camp will be June 6-8 at Roman Nose State Park at Watonga, Okla. This is for children from first grade through 7th grade. Registration and camp fees are due by May 20th. Camp fees are $7.00 per person. Please call Mrs. Harvey Brixey, youth co-ordinator for your reservation -- 547-2251. "O" PERSONALS Get'tie Grimm, wife of Ralph Grimm of Perkins, en- tered the Stillwater Munici- pal Hospital Monday morn- ing for observation. .o. Bob Story to wed in Colorado Mr. and Mrs. T. O. Dickerson of Palm Desert, Calif., announce the engage- ment of her daughter, Cath- erine, to Bob Story, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Harper o€ Perkins. The wedding will take place June 10 in Colorado Springs. The couple will re- turn to Oklahoma after the wedding where Bob will re- sume his graduate work at OSU. Bob Story was a Perkins High School graduate where he was active in FFA, con- tinuing as a Vo Ag major at OSU. He is currently teach- ing at Lamar Junior College in Lamar, Colo. Trades class is building rest shelters at local park The rest shelter is being built by the Perkins-Tryon High School Construction Trades class under the direction of Mr. Blubaugh, instructor. Roibin Hudson, foreman, is in charge of the class project. His crew includes Stan Yaseck, Larry Huff, Kevin Vaverka, Billy Coon- rod, Allan Wall and Bob Gordon. The course is a two-year program to acquire practical familiarity in a variety of trades and specialized skills. The goal is to obtain outside opportunities with local businesses for only the cost of material. The projects must be short termed in order to provide more learning experiences, Blu- baugh stated. The boys tackle such jobs as roofing, framing, finish work and basic electrical wiring under supervision. They also do brick laying and house painting. However, Blubgh said anywork .at the school is their first obligation. Transportation presents a problem for other than local work. Larry Huff said woodwork interested him most. Billy Coonrod likes cabinet work. Roibin was definite about his preference for furniture and wood work. Kevin Vaverka's main interest is automotive jobs but does shingling also. Stan Yaseck was described as an "electronic nut." As a result, members of the class find the type of construction most suited .to their liking. In this manner, the instructor said, a sampling of various con- struction jobs give the boys a good idea of the possibility of further training in skilled labor. The rest shelter and chain-link fence are being paid for by the TIE Club at a cost of around S500. -O- Hostesses for TIE Club Mrs. Lorene Redus and Mrs. Joan McDaniel were co-hostesses for the May 3 meeting of the T.I.E. Club. It was held in Joan's home and was preceded by a salad supper. The meeting was called to order by president, Ronay Smith. The Lord's Prayer was prayed in union. The roll was called and minutes read by secretary, Joan Me- Daniel. Ellen Dickson reported on suggestions made by club members through a mailed questionnaire, on how meetings and membership might be improved. It was voted to make cer- tain amendments to the con- stitution. A committee was appointed to do this. The new officers for 1977 are: President-Shirley Hall; Vice-president-Joan McDan- iel; Secretary-Claudean Rey- nolds; Treasurer - Lorene Redus; Historian - Ronay Smith; Reporter-Judy Scott and Parliamentarian-Patty Johnson. Suggestions were then given for the programs. Ellen's mother, Inez Bar- nes, was kind enough to loan the club a film entitled, "We the Women". It was narrat. ed by actress, Mary Tyler Moore and told of the pro- gress women have made through the years, beginning with the Suffrage Act. Refreshments were then served to Ellen Dickson, Shirley Hall, Joan McDaniel, Jeannie McDonald, Lorene Redus, Claudean Reynolds, Judy Scott, Ronay Smith and guests, Bee Bridenstine, Willa Casey, Billie Darrow, Jeanne Hall, Roberta Hoop- er, Katrina Jarvis, Twila Longan and Gwen Reynolds. "O" PERSONALS Sunday dinner guests on Mother's Day of Mr. and Mrs. Ray V. Henderson, Perkins, were the following family members, Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Davis, Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Davis and son, Matthew, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Stanbrough of Guthrie, and their daughters, Nancy of the home and Mrs. Beth Smith of Edmond. -O" weekend... I Reg. suggested retail price $179.95 Batteries included at this low price .q inch black & white T.V.s start as low as $88. 3-way AC/DC operation ':2:'-0.,Ohoo. .... FANTASTIC... In your car or cam. 5'tl Plays off veh*cies 12-volt Cigarette IDEA litfOr SedOCket Ptug-in p ...... d  tts Pl.,.oo,o ....... h.,o.o,. FOR THE battery pack asmbly 8atteres play up to four hours, rechar e from . . . AC:o:g ............. h, set GRADUATES! --Great for tornado news coverage! CHUCK'$ Whirlpool APPLIANCE CENTER n 2 miles south on hwy. 33 to hwy. 18 south Cushing 918-225-0598 .t*l, i ..... • .%::.?*..;:::';. ... 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