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4 - The Journal, Thursday, May 22, 1975 OC e in orse Ja The Rocking "P" Stables had a real good turnout for their first of four playdays with 136 entries. Riders were of all ages and come from Edmond. Cushing, Perry, Perkins, Stillwater, Yale. Drumright and Agra. Winners were: Peanut Poles: Monica Tay- lor. Peewees: 1. Lori Lee Sadist 2. Tim Thompson 3. Kim Taylor 4. Justin Payne 5. Jennifer Payne Juniors: 1. Dennis Brorsen 2. Puddin Payne 3. Sheita Roton 4. Kathy Mains S. Barbara Cavett Senior Women: 1. Rose Sager 2. Rome Price 3, Rose Barker 4. Jean LeForce 5. Julie Bryant Senior Mere 1. Pillip Rush 2. Gene Price Barrels: Peanuts: 1. Monic~ Taylor 2. Sherry Craycraft Peewees: 1. Lori Lee Sadler 2. Skip Harrison 3. Tim Thompson 4. Jennifer Payne 5. Kim Taylor Juniors: 1. Puddin Payne 2. Barbara Cavett 3. Sheila Roton 2. Barbara Carets 3. Sheila Juniors: 1. Puddin Payne 2. Barbara Cavett 3. Sheila Roton 4. Marble Davis 5. Kathy Mains Senior Women: 1. Margene Payne 2. Janice Partridge 3. Donna Robert 4. Joyce Harvat S. Rose Sager Senior Men: 1. Rodger Marlow 2. Natan Payne 3. Gene Price 4. John Bryant S. Virgil Partridge Flags: Peanuts: 1. Sherry Craycraft 2. Kevin McNew 3. Monica Taylor Peewees: 1. Debbie Davis 2. Tim Thompson 3. Kim Taylor 4. Lori Lee Sadler S. Jennifer Payne Juniors: 1. Sherry Kinsley 2. Linda Kinsley 3. Kathy Mains 4. Sheila Roton Senior Women: 1. Roma Price 2. Bertie Craycraft 3. ShirleyHarrison 4. Rose Barker Senior Men: 1. Gene Price 2. Phiilip Rush Peanut Stakes: 1. Sherry Craycraft 2. Monica Taylor Ring Race: Peewees: 1. Tim Thompson 2. Kim Taylor 3. Scott Speed 4. Skip Harrison 5. Debbie Davis The Cimarron Valley Exten- sion Homemakers Club met May 6 at 1 p.m. in the home of Mrs. Judy Dick with 1S members and two guests present. President Bonnie Manke called the meeting to order with Carol Davis leading the group in "Tis So Sweet To Trust In Jesus". Mrs. Mac VaSsar read scripture from .Phillipians 4:8-13. Mrs. Vassar also read "The Heart of the Home" from the book Leaves of Gold followed by prayer. Flag salute was given in unison. The Women's Collect was also read in unison. Roll call was answered by a canning problem or a solution to a canning problem. Old and new business was conducted by the president. A report on the Cake and Bread show was given. One blue, two red and several white ribbons were won. Four club men,hers entered the dress revue with all four winning a blue ribbon. The lesson was on Food Preservation presented by Elsie Grant as leader. Elsie showed how to can, using different types of jars and the correct usal~e of a pressure cooker. Group discussion and questions were answered. Rosa Lynn Baker, Ella B. McCarty and Sylvia Moser I i = II ( I I II Y Juniors: 1. Sheila Roton 2. Dennis Brorsen 3. Sherry Kinsley 4. Linda Kinsley 5. Kathy Mains Senior Women: 1. Jackie Huff 2. Rose Barker 3. Jean "LeForce 4. Margene Payne 4. Rome Price Senior Men: 1. Gene Price 2. Phillip Rush High point winners were: Peanuts: Sherry Craycraft of Perkins; Peewees: Tim Thompson of Stillwater; Jun- iors: Shelia Roton of Edmond; Senior Women: Rome Price of Perkins; and Senior Men: Gene Price of Perkins. They each received a decoupage wall plaque. The high point individual, Tim Thompson, received a saddle pad donated by Roscoe Milburn. After the show a jackpot barrel race was held with Janice Partridge taking first, Dennis Brorson, second, and Donna Roberts, third. We thank everyone for coming and hope that they had a good time. The Rocking "P" Stables will hold their next playday June 8. received birthday gifts from their Secret Pals. Mrs. Judy Dick served the guests, Mrs. Jack Vassar and Mrs. Otis Cowley and mem- bers Pat Niles, Opal Olson, Rosa Lynn Baker, Carol Davis, Mary Dodson, Elsie Grant, Geraldine Allen, Bonnie Man- ke, Pat Hise, Donna Frank, Mae Vassar, Sylvia Moser. Irene Kisling and Erma Brixey. Y.H.O. Enjoys Salad Supper The Perkins Y'.H.O. Chapter met Monday evening, May 19, in the Home Economics Cottage. A lovely salad supper preceded the business meet- ing. During our business meet- ing it was announced that Sandina Kinzie was the recipient of this year's $50 scholarship award from the Y.H.O. Officers for the coming year were elected and are as follows: Judy Moorman, pres- ident; Mary Kay Jennin~s. vice-president; Galene Moor- man. Secretary and Treasurer; Connie Walker, historian; Diann Logan, reporter; and Connie Rafferty, past presi- dent. Gifts of appreciation were presented to Virginia Sasser and Connie Rafferty. Members attending the meeting were Connie Walker, Mary Kay Jennings, Galene Moorman, Twila Longan, Connie Rafferty, Diann Logan, Janet Trybom, Virginia Sas- set, Judy Moorman and one guest, Roberta Hooper. TIE Club Elects Officers The TIE Club held their May meeting in the home of Mrs. Ellen Dickson. There was no guest speaker for the meeting. Officers were elected for the coming year. They are as follows: President---claudean Reynolds; Vice-President--El- len Dickson; Secretary--Judy Spillers; Treasurer--Judy Scott; Reporter--Willa Jean | Help, UNLIMITED r* Professional Hay Hc~ling. $k end up * Fence Repair * Plowing " Brush Hailing " " All Types M Farm Labor gALL= FARIII IHIuIIrlD Stillwater- 405-372- 7985 FOWLER Arnold Grant Fowler, mayor of Tryon for 30 years, died,at his home in Tryon Saturday, May 17, 1975. He was 71. Funeral services were held at the Tryon Christian Church Tuesday at 2 p.m. with the Rev. Ted Gibson and the Rev. H. I. Jones officiating. Interment @as at the I.O.O.F Cemetery at Tryon under the direction of Strode Funeral Home. He was born April 18, 1904, at Tryon, the son of Oscar G. and Myrtle Seelig. He was married to the former Gladys Todd in Tiajuana, Mexico, March 24, 1942. Fowler lived in Tryon until moving to Wichita and later to Los Angeles. During World War II he was a driver with the Merchant Marines. He moved back to Tryon in 1945, purchasing the Home Lumber Co., which he owned and operated since. He held membership in the Tryon Christian Church. He was also a charter member of the Perkins Lions Club and a former member of the I.O.O.F. A sister, Leta Seelig, preceded him in death Oct. 14, 1973. Survivors include his widow of the home, and one daughter, Mrs. Vladis (Leslie) Henkuzens. KINKADE Funeral services for Betty Joe Kinkade, 27, Tulga, were held at 10 a.m. Monday, May 12. Mrs. Kinkade died Friday, May 9, 1975. Dr. L. E: Whitley officiated. Interment was in the Lawson Cemetery at Yale. Pallbearers were Gilbert Lance, Pat Pittman, Raymond Maples, Johnny Knight, Tom- my Gripe, David Nelson and Lloyd Wilburn. Casey; Historian--Stella Hughes; and Parliamentarian --Joan McDaniel. After the business meeting lovely refreshments were served to members. "We all make mistakes. Henry Ford forgot to put a reverse gear in his first auto- mobile.'--William R. Lewis, The Lynden (Wash.) Trib- une. BALDWIN Rachel Mac Casey Baldwin, 78, of Coyle, died Wednesday, May 14, 1975, at the Guthrie Nursing Home. Services were Saturday at 2 p.m. in the Coyle Christian Church with the Rev. Dean Robbins officiating. Burial was in Oak Grove Cemetery at Coyle with Strode Funeral Home in charge of arrange- ments. Pallbearers were LeRoy Cundiff, R~chard Cundiff, Carl Roy Cowger, Pat Smalley,Tim Smalley and Melvin Graham. Mrs. Baldwin was born Feb. 21, 1897, at Coyle, the daughter of George W. and Nellie Cowger. She was married to Ottie J. Casey at Coyle Dec. 24, 1916. He died May 2, 1954, and she was later married to Elmer Z. Baldwin at Coyle. ~le died Nov. 3, 1973. Mrs. Baldwin was a member A fatal accident happens of the Christian Church at once in a lifetime. Coyle. - ! One Stop Shop for Grocery and Gas Grocery Carney, Oklahoma Hwy. 177 [405] 865-9202 Exta fancy ge Memorial Wreaths $3.00 Each II Still water Survivors include two bro- thers, Carl Cowger of Coyle and Clyde Cowger of Friend's Wood, Tex.; five sons, Glen Casey of Guthrie, Clarence Casey of 843 W. Cantwell, J. C. Casey of League City, Tex.; Eugene Thomas Casey of Stillwater and Cleo Casey of Weilston, plus 15 grandchild- ren and three great-grandchild- ren. She was preceded in death by a son, a brother and five sisters. The United Methodist Wo- men met May 12 at 2 p.m. with 16 members and one guest present. President Dora Mercer called the meeting to order with Nola Casey giving the opening prayer. Old and new business was discussed. The society voted to give annually to the Karen Barnes Memorial Scholarship Fund. The program was presented by Eleanor Nutt, Thora Cundiff and Elsie Jenkins. The program was on Christian songs and their history. They were categorized in special departments: 1. Guidance: "Lead Kindly Light," which was sung at President KeTnnedy's funeral. 2. Comfort: "Twenty-third Psalm" and "What A Friend We Have In Jesus". The author of this hymn had lost a daughter by drowning. This song was found after the author died by drowning. 3. Meditation: "Sweet Hour of Prayer", whose author was blind. 4. Submission: "Jesus Lov- er of My Soul," written by Charles Wesley, 1740. 5. Faith: "My Faith Looks Up To Thee." 6. Salvation: "The Old Rugged cross", written by GeorRe Bernard, 1913. RAMSEY Clyde R. Ramsey, resident of Yale for more than 50 years, died Thursday, May 15, 1975, at his home of an apparent heart attack. He was 79. Funeral services were at 2 p.m. Monday in the Memorial Chapel ot Yale Funeral Home. Burial was in the Lawsbn .cemetery. The Rev. Warren Lamons, First Baptist Church minister, officiated. He was born Dec. 21, 1896, at Wetmore, Kan., and spent his early life at Hiawathia, Kansas. He joined the U.S. Navy in 1918 and was honorably discharged in 1921. That same year on Dec. 22, he was married to the former Anna Turner in Oklahoma City. They moved to Yale where they lived all their married life. He was employed by the Yale Oil Co. as an accountant for many years. After the company closed the Yale Refinery, he was self-employ- ed as a bookkeeper and accountant, handling the accounts of companies and individuals. He was a member of the Yale First Baptist Church, the Yale Masonic Lodge No. 312, and was a lifetime member of Lowman-Clarke American Le- gion Post No. 161 of Yale. M ortar Aw ar d to Rupp of Perry Oklahoma State University's Mortar Board, an organization of 30 of the top senior women on the campus who were selected for their outstancling scholarship, leadership and community service, has awarded its annual $300 scholarship to Martha Rupp, Perry, who will be an OSU junior next year, majoring in English. Anita Wyrrick, Tulsa, Mort- 7. Love: "Blest Be The Tie That Binds". The group joined in singing these hymns. Closing prayer was given by Thora Cundiff. A big beautiful bouquet of Mrs. Niles graced the table. Mrs. Pat Niles and Erma Brixey served refreshments of angel food cake with fresh strawberries, whipped cream, coffee and tea to the following: Pat Niles, Elsie Jenkins, Grace Hudgens, Gay Clark, Effie Emerson, Ruth Stanley, Bertie Tarleton, Thora Cundiff, Vir- ginia Hawxby, Nola Casey, Opal OIson, Claudine Rey- nolds, Erma Brixey and one guest, Mrs. Ardoth Van Winkle of Dawson, Nebraska. Mrs. Van Winkle is the mother of Virginia Hawxby. Prejudice is a timesaver; it enables you to pass judgment without getting the facts. Before , credit cards, we always knew exactly how much we were broke. H am' s Autor Service AND ALIGNMENT CO. 2010 S. MAIN STREET STILLWATER, OKLA. 372-6727 We are overstocked on Gibson freezers and refrigerators- INVENTORY MUST BE REDUCED Medel f 14A~tl~ Now In Invoice Cost, PLUS Freight PLUS 10% Delivery and Installation Fxtra. FROZEN FOOB OENTER 523 Washington Stlllwater 372-8481 His wife of the home ar Board president, said Miss survives as does a daughter, ~: Mrs. Edward A. (Shay) Rupp was selected for the ! award from a list of more than Humphrey, Littleton, Colo., 50 applicants, based on her and two granddaughters. demonstrated two years ofiliiil WITHOUT scholarship attainment, lead- ::: ership, service and need. ~i~il Mother's Day iii We Have Phone Calls i What You Need to Mrs. Br xey Mrs. Ella t~rixey had the T-Shirts, Perforated pleasure of receiving four Jerseys, Cotton Jerseys phone calls all in one day from her daughter, Florence Hen- son, granddaughter, Viola: iii!!i DILLINER Walter Wilbur Dilliner, who went to Perkins with his parents as a child, died in Stillwater Nursing Home, Saturday, May 17, 1975, at the age of 86. Funeral services were at 2 p.m. Monday in the Perkins Strode Chapel with the Rev. Van Nickelsofficiating. Burial was in the Perkins cemetery. He was born at Milan, Kan., June 13, 1888. He lived in Perkins until moving to Beaumont, Tex., returning to Perkins in the mid-50s. He was married to Lillian Wellington in Perkins. He had been a resident at the Nursing Center for about two years. He was a painter by occupation. No survivors are listed as his wife, his son, Gordan Dilliner, four brothers and three sister, all preceded him in death. Millican, great-granddaught- er, Judy Millican, and !~ great-great-grandson, Allen :ilili Eugene Millican. !iiii All wished her a happy Mother's Day from California~. She also received a call from her sons, Glen and Barney, in Salt Lake City and a call from i~! her daughter, Faye Short of Midwest City. Mrs. Brixey's sister, Alice Chapman, also called from iiiiiii~!~i!iiiiili~!i!iiiiii ~=,~ Stockton, Calif. iiii::i l She also received a card i::!::!i from Buddy Brixey in Hooker. iii::i:: And one from Ora Brixey i!i!!!il 372-4d43 who's on her way to Africa. 011 S. MAIN Youth or Adult Softball Teams or Little League Baseball i AT PRICES YOU CAN AFFORD! 5pot , cevycep GRAVEN Funeral services were held at 2 p.m. Friday in the Yale Funeral Home Memorial Chapel for Earl E. Graven, 75, a retired Texas Co. employee who died Wednesday, May 14, 1975, in the Pawnee hospital. Jim Rhoades of Yale and Larry Judd of Tulsa officiated, with burial in Lawson Ceme- tery, under direction of Yale Funeral Hon~e. Graven was born, June 13, 1899, in Lebanon, Mo. and lived in Sapulpa many years before moving to the Jennings area and then to Yale two years ago. He was employed by the Texas Co. for more than 40 years before his retirement in 1964, He was married to Edna Nevergall in 1918 and later to Orpha Wallace, who died in 1968. He was then married to Pat Rozook, owner I ON ALL FABRICS Includins out lovely bridal fabrks, transition fabrics end early Fall fabrics. In st~_k fabrics fo*r all seasons at Frye s. Sylvia Skinner, April 25, 1970. A member of the Yale Church of Christ, he is survived by his widow, Sylvia, of the home; three sons. Clair of Ponca city. Voiney of Williams, Ariz., and Leon of Yale; two daughters, Mrs. Bob Blair of Tulsa and Mrs. "-- Richard C, oben of Wichita; a step-son, Lester Skinner, Yale; three stepdaughters, Mrs. Charlene Eikenbeary and Mrs. Oleta Ellington of Yale and Mrs. Mary Brady of Tulsa; 29 grandchildren and 11 great- grandchildren. . All thing tome to those 4~IR Jl~ ~ who wait-except the man who owes 229 S. Knoblock YOU'LL FIND IT (NO NO ONS) PRICES GOOD.. THURSDAY FRIDAY SATURDAY CLOSED ON SUNDAY SEPT. 1ST