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AT LAKE .Scouts; Scott Ford, Matt BLACKWELL Hrencher and Travis Ma- of Pack jars advanced to Boy their monthly Scouts. on May An impressive Arrow of Lake Carl Light Ceremony was held The meeting at thelake. Boys conduc- with the ting the ceremony were which dressed in Indian at the lake. costumes and headdress. )s in our Boys receiving the Arrow district of Light Award were and in- Scott Ford, Matt Hren- events for the cher and Travis Majors. and take Several boys and their ~tthe Cub-O-Ree.families and Cub Scout events were: a leaders braved the YWalk. an obstacle weather and camped out clinlbing and on Saturday night after a tree, learningall the events and types and ceremonies of the day. fires and Thanks to all who par- camp- ticipated and helped make ways of the Cub-O-Ree, pack and baking over meeting and campout learning about such a success. different -o- learning the to chop wood COYLE NEWS and "hands .....By Velma Dewey by each Cub. The May Fellowship of badges the First Christian at the camp- Church was held in the eeting were.~ Fellowship Hall. The in- and Jake vocation was given by earned their Bruce Graft. A spaghetti Allen, Ray dinner was held. Those at- l~Leonard Geer, tending were Mrs. Graft, eyser, Bryan Katie and Phillip; Mr. and Tony Wilson Mrs. Nell Robison, Mr. Wolf; Kelly and Mrs. Earnest Eric Bentley, Mr. and Mrs. Bryan Payne Bud Vandeveer, Mr. and a (;old Arrow- Mrs. Donnie Darrow, )my Antic, Ray Dudley and Dana; Mrs. Geer, Martha Dobson, Mrs. eYser. Matt Bessie Moss, Mrs. Donna Bryan Payne Haynes, Mrs. Essa Hicks to the rank of and Mrs. Loyal Jeromy Bourdette. tturst, Mother's day guests in and Matt the home of Mr. andMrs. ~d one Michael Perrin and )oint; Kevin Michele were Mr. and Bryan Payne Mrs. Max Pepmiller and two Silver Mrs. Jonnie Jafek, 0fats; Kerry Stillwater. Mr. and Mrs. ~arned his Bear; Wilmer PepmiUer and Stance Michael cooked the dinner Blair, Kevin which was a barbequed Hopper, turkey with all the and Billy trimmings. advanced to Miss Michele Perrin of Webelo participated in the Walk- O 185 R 14 RADIAL TIRE O starting June I / A-Than for the March of Dimes that was held at Lake Hefner in Oklahoma City. She placed third and was presented a designer telephone by John A. Brown Co. at Quail Springs Mall, Saturday. Miss Andrea Charlotte Travis of Guthrie spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. James Mattingly and Cecil Thomas. Mrs. Velma Downey and Charles Cecil Downey went to Guthrie to get her Friday afternoon. The Women's Council of the First Christian Church met Wednesday at 1:30 in the Fellowship Hall. Mrs. Maxine Johnson presided and opened with the Christian Women's Fellowship Prayer. Ruth Henthorn read a poem "Friend of the Aged." Minutes of the previous meetng w~e lead, by the secretary, Mrs. Velma Downey. They were ap- proved; she also gave the treasurer's report. There were fifty sick calls and cheer cards sent. The devotional service was presented by Mrs. Lou McCarty, "A Mother's Parable" taken from Genesis 7:17. Mrs. Neff Robison con- ducted the Bible study on Vocabulary Exercise Over Galatians. The meeting closed with Council Benediction. Those present were Mrs. Johnston, Mrs. Robison, Ruth Henthorn, Mrs. Lena Persing, Mrs. Lou McCarty and Mrs. Velma Downey. The Council will dis- band for the summer and resume their meeting on September 19th. The Progress Sunshine Quilting Club met for their May meeting in the Progress Community building. Hostesses were Mrs. Lepta Thornley and Mrs. Darlene Downey. Mrs. Carolyn Bridenstine gave the invocation. The serving tables were arranged with a bouquet of spring flowers. Ruth Ann Bridenstine presided with the meeting opening with the Lord's Prayer and flag salute. There were 17 members and guests were Mrs. Hazel Carrier, Stillwater; Mrs. Wyanona Priess, Josh and Allen, Amanda and Jessica Marshall, and Lara Bridenstine. Mrs. Priess later was welcomed as a new member. Door prizes were won by Mrs. Viola Gunkel and Mrs. Kathryn Bostian. Mrs. Julia Davis received a birthday gift from her secret pal. The next meeting will be June 13th. CITY BUDGET PRO- ,~ BLEMS~GREAT WYNNEWOOD - The Wynnewood city council committee chairman, said that seven city depart- ments have already spent more than 80 percent of their budgets with 2~ months to go in the fiscal year. Two departments have spent more than 90 percent. The April 9 meeting saw council members juggling the budget to meet the payroll. ELEVATOR BEING SOLD AT AUCTION FAIRFAX--A north- side Fairfax landmark, the Fairfax grain elevator, is scheduled to go under the auctioneer's hammer at I0 a.m. Satur- day. Dale Shoptaw, who has been associated with the business for 33 years, first with his father, Or- ville Shoptaw, said he is selling because the pressure of the business has become a little wear- ing after all those years. Oil Change Oil Filter & Lube Air Breather {up to 5 quarts) staying open from 7:30 a.m. 'till 9:00 p.m. 7 days a week through harvest Have New Hours 7: 7:30-12:00 Sat. We Make Corner Main & Thomas Road Service Phone: 547-2030 Calls. James Fairbanks AGRA HIGH SCHOOL BACCALAUREATE HELD The 1984 Seniors of Agra High School held their Baccalaureate on May 13, 8:00 p.m. Guest speaker was Rev. Les Cole of Edmond. Com- mencement wos May 18, 8:00 p.m. in the Agra High School Gymnasium with Senator Bernice Shedrick as the guest speaker. The class Valedictorian was Harold Wayne Roe, son of Bill and Marie Roe, and class Salutatorian was Kimber- ly Deann Jackson, daughter of Gerald and Erma Jackson. The class officers are: Harold Roe, President; Billy Golliver, Vice- President; Chris Hois- ington, Secretary; Travis Herrmann, Treasurer; and Elmira Burton, Reporter. Robin Trout and Sue Chestnut are the Senior Sponsors. The seniors went to South Padre Island, Texas and Mexico for their senior trip on May 5 through May 11. Everyone enjoyed sun- ning on the beach, playing in the water and buying souveniers. We would like to thank everyone for supporting us during our senior year and making the senior trip possible. And special thanks to the sponsors who went on our trip. Mr. and Mrs. Trout were unable to go on our trip so Mr. and Mrs. Larry Parks went as our other spon- sors, also Terry Byerly. -Oo ON TIME THIS YEAR CLEVELAND--Last year the community swimming pool opened late in the summer because of delays in a remodeling plan. This year, the pool will be opened on May 30 for the summer season. The refurbishing job last year was done by public subscription and donated labor. -O- The Perkins Joui'hal Thursday, May 31, 1984 -- PA(:'~: t:~ Dear Dr. Thompsen, CLARKSON. Mr. and Mrs. ! '~.~ ~ I have lost a couple of OAKDALE NEWS Ingles have had f~ ~i teeth and my dentist has been tailing to me about By Belle Whitmore guests the four gb ~ ~