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softball will be Saturday for gifts 14-and- be held Saturday, June P-T Elementary Fields Peters Park. will run from 9 a.m. with a break for lunch, froml to 3 p.m. the clinic will go school girls fastpitch t0umaments," said Judd PTHS head girls softball one of the coaches at the Smith will also work flare a summer fastpitch girls ," said Mathes, "but it's by the high school. We our own money to go like Broken Arrow r the one day of instruction begin a.m. information, contact 377-0352 or Smith are open registration books for the election June 22, Representative for are now open at the Agency. registration closes at noon did not vote in last 's general election, has new to the district must ) be eligible to vote in the WAYNE WILSON services" for David 20, of Vidor, Texas May 29 at the Perkins with interment following of Stillwater's Funfral Home. .May 25, 1993 in WilsOn was born m Stillwa- 9, 1972 to J.D. and (Av- ]O--n--$s Acre Bait Shop Live & Frozen bait Fishing Supplies Across from Bev's Convenient Store Wellston, OK 405-356-2354 school in Perkins faly Alabama. Mr. Wilson from Dothan, Ala. High He married Shawn Kay I-le continued to live in k until seven months ago fai"ly moved to Vidor, w employed by Trity as-a switcher at the time t,ed by wife, Shaw,i, of arid one daughter, Alecia, one brother, Anthony Vidor; his. p'ents, Vidor. He is of Mr. add Mrs. Jim Moser, Perkins; and John W. Cook, CONVENIENT DRIVE-UP MEMBER IFI Mon-Fri 7:30-6:00 Sat 9:00-12:00 LAUNDRY & CLEANERS INC. 402 S. Main Stillwater, OK 405-372-0644 RAY WEST West, 41, of t former Stillwater resident, May 26 in the Perkins with Father Chris Interment was Cemetery under the of the Strode Funeral May 21, 1993 in the Hospital, Syra- Ray West was born in Sept. 10, 1951 to Billy (Bobm) West. school at Perkins, and Arkansas City, Kan., the Army, serving as a survey engineer. Mr. discharged in 1979. He working for the Pioneer Co. In 1980, he began at the Bryan Institute programming until started working with Bros. Engineering Tulsa. In 1988, he began employment with the Engineering Co. of the Christian Mr. West loved traveling, camping fishing and by his father and two uncles. is survived by his stepfather, Mr. and Davis of Tulsa; two Billy Jay West, Ft. and Roger Lee West, and three sisters, Anna, Ill.; Melody and Tina Davis, Mich. Mrs. Michael P. Eason Hin er, Ea son exchange vows Melissa D. Hiner and Michael Other members of the wed- P. Eason, both of Dallas, were cling party were: Jamie Lawson, married April 24, 1993 in the Longview, Texas and Carol Miller, Perkins Chapel on the campus of Sachse, Texas, bridesmaids; Brit- Southern Methodist University with tani Johnson, Sachse; flower atten- Rev. George Lewis officiating, dam; Eric Hiner, Stillwater, flower Mrs. Eason is the daughter of attendant; Kyle Hitler, Stillwater, Carl and Carol Hitler of Stillwater. ring bearer; Mike Cupps, Dallas; The groom's parents are Forest and Dean Howard, Austin, Texas; and Gale Eason of Conroe, Texas. Rusty Gregory, Austin, grooms- men; Mark lawson, Longview, Carla Harnly and Mindy Hesser, Texas, candlelighter; and Gayle both from Stillwater and sisters of Hiner, Stillwater, guest book. the bride, were Maids of Honor. After a honeymoon in Ocho Rios, Greg Eason, Dallas, the groom's Jamaica, the couple will make theil brother, was Best Man. home in Dallas. Jim Dailey for Chairman Iowa Tribe of Oklahoma The Perkins Journal, Thursday, June 3, 1993 -PAGE 5 Aging Services assisted 8 5,000 ...... s The Aging Services Division of the Oklahoma Department of Human Services assisted more than 85,000 older citizens in fiscal year 1992 with services ranging from meals to transportation to protection from abuse. Roy Keen, division administra- tor, said, "Through a difficult bud- get year, the division continued with its central goal of providing services to assist older Oklahomans in maintaining their independence in their own communities. "Efforts toward dais goal were strengthened by the work of the State Council on Aging and other Aging groups who promote cit- izen involvement in developing community-based services." The division's Special Unit on Aging provided funding for 79 projects conducted through 11 area agencies on aging. The funding is based on the project's abil- ity to maintain personal and eco- nomic independence for elderly Ok- lahomans, especially frail, disabled, isolated, low-income and minority elderly. Local projects included 235 local nutrition sites which serviced 3.1 million meals; 1.2 million meals delivered to home-bound older persons; and transportation for the elderly in 69 counties providing more than 1.1 million trips to meal sites, medical appointments, grams provide opportunities for persons age 60 and older to serve public agencies and non-profit or- ganizatious. More than I0,000 vol- tmteers provided services in 52 Ok- lahoma counties. The Home Maintenance Aide program served more than 6,000 households during the year and provided instruction in daily living skills and in-home chore services that maintained a clean and safe living environment. The Geriatric Day Care program provided more than 20,000 service days for 230 elderly persons with limited ability to function indepen- dently. The Long-Term Care Ombuds- man program investigates and re- solves complaints by or on behalf of older persons living in nurs- ing homes. The program's 248 certified volunteer ombudsmen and 13 staff members addressed more than 10,900 allegations concerning health, safety and fights of residents in nursing homes. The Adult Protective Services investigates allegations of abuse, neglect and exploitation of elderly and incapacitate adults. During 6 OZ. SIRLOIN shopping and special group trips. division's Non-Technical Medical Care program provides personal care support to frail or disabled elderly persons who wish to remain in their own homes as long as safely possible. NTMC nurses made 53,500 home visits during fiscal 1992, and more than 11,000 older persons received services from direct care providers with services provided five to seven days a week in most cases. Older Worker Volunteer Pro- s3.99 Includes salad bar, hot bar, cobbler & ice cream bar. Reg. $6.69 May 31 - June 12 fiscal 1992, more than 6,200 .................. allegations were investigated and 59 ii i!1916 N,: Boomer percent were substantiated as eases !!i624334'! Dalt11.10 of abuse, neglect or exploitation. is pleased to bnng "Living Trusts - How To AvoidProbate " Presented by Ms. Melissa DeLacerda Free to the public Saturday, June 12, 10 a.m. 515 South Duncan, Stillwater For transportati0n call 372-1811 TRADE Owner - Danny Culbreatk Fri. Sat. & Sun. STATE REPRESENTATIVE DISTRICT33 Integr00, Common Sense Spring & Summer Cotton Sale Cotton or Cotton Blend Proven leaden hip 282-2666 Guthrte, OK Paid for by Dido Wells for Staute Ropruontado Fred Caudle - Chairman