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COYLE NEWS The members of Eden Mildred Majors receiv- By Velma Downey Chapel served the Loveed word recently of the Burton On May 21st, Miss Feast at Southern death of Glen Waltman in Mrs. Harry MichelePerrincelebrated Heights on Tuesday California. He was the called on Mr.her fourteenth birthday night. It has been a rewar- husband of Mable Harris, Joe Burton by her mother, Mrs. ding experience for all formerly of Goodnight Michael Perrin, honoring who have participated, and graduated from Coyle Grade from her and her friends, Miss A group of Lost Creek High School. Jeanine Flasch and Miss members enjoyed a nice Mr. and Mrs. Obert In- Mrs. Judy Freudenberger, with time of fellowship Sunday glee and family were last Mr. and pizza in Stillwater; after- afternoon at the Putt- week visitors of the and wards they went bowling. Putt Golf Course. Devere Ingles of Coyle. When they arrived home Lorayne West found that They live in Casper, they all ate birthday cake she has an untouched Wyoming. Mrs. Lee with Michele's grand- talent for golfing WatchDoris Disney has and parents, Mr. and Mrs. out for her at area golf returned home after a trip The Perkins Journal Congratulations to to mend; Mr. and Mrs. Gary Ralph and Jean Zet- terberg for their anniversary. We want to thank the Lord for watching over Allen Sharp when he was in the hospital for his heart. We have several on our prayer list: Darla Zet- terberg with an unspoken request, Orean Dean for Segroves and son of Oklahoma City; and Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Car- rier, Randy, Gina and Chris of Cushing. Those attending from Stillwater were Mr. and Mrs. Carl Grant, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Carrier, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Frost and Dar- rell, Mr. and Mrs. Kent Thursday, June 7, 1984 -- PAGE I i From Guthrie were Mr. and Mrs. Bob Stanbrough. From Ripley, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Smith, Jennifer and Tommy. From Perkins, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Henderson, Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Davis, Josh Morris, and Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Davis and sons. WANT TO BE ilEAIII)~- K INGFISItI,:I{ ('fly: : commissioners instrucled : the city manager I~> lmr- : chase a public address, system for use during. meetings, l,apel-typ,~ microphones will h(~ usedo Purchase and inst allatio,. " will cost about $500 t(i $600. There is also talk of video-taping meetings if Wilmer Pepmiller. courses! to Oregon, where she at- We had a great special Cassie and Charles H of the fresh water is frozen start taping themeeting~. at a lake. Jeanine and Judy were The Lost Creek-Eden tended funeral services sung byDiannaBrakhage in glaciers and ice caps. -o- Wayne overnight guests of Chapel Vacation Bible for her brother-in-law, and Dianna Spiva. We Harraman. OpalCour- Miclmle. School has been re- James Disney. He is sur- thank the Lord for their evening" Miss Andrea Charltte scheduled fr the first vived bY his family in talents and testimnies" ! Courtright Travis and her sister, four Sunday nights in Oregon and one brother, -o- Emily Floyd Toni Travis Murphy, and July. Alroye Disney, of the their mother of Guthrie Lots of summer ac- Golden Age Rest Homein CARRIER REUNION visitors of spent several days with tivities are being planned Guthrie. The annual Carrier Reu- Taylor were: the girls' grandmother, at both churches. You are Visitors Sunday in the. nion was on Monday, F Mrs. Kelly Mrs. VelmaDowney. An- welcomed to be a part of Tom Todd home in May 28th. al andMrs Don drea remained to spendour Christian love andStillwater included Mr. Because of rain it was fellowship, held in the Diamond --For Dad-- and Mrs. Mrs. Vi- , Mr. and Mrs. Debbie and "o" CLARKSON- OAKDALE NEWS Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Charboneau and family of Oklahoma City and Mrs. Charboneau Arthur and two sisters of Lindsay, Oklahoma were Memorial Day guests of Frank and Belle Whitmore. Melvin's father, Art Charboneau, is buried at Clarkson Cemetery; Melvin always and Mrs. E.W. Bucke, David Knott, Linda Smith, the Hoag family, the Mears family, and the Langwell family and Rhonda Maner. E.W. Bucke is home after a stay in the Stillwater hospital and is able to have visitors. =O" MEHAN UNION MESSAGES I forgot to tell you last week that we also had a comes up there on picnic lunch at Tom Ar- Memorial Day. thur s pond after family Robert Allen Whit- more, son of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Whitmore, received his D.D.S. degree from Baylor College of Den- tistry on Saturday, June 2, at 10:30 in the morning at the Park Cities Baptist Sunday services. We had alot of good food and fellowship. Some went swimming and fishing. We also had several to be baptised. Praise the Lord. This Sunday we had 105 present. We were glad Pruitt of Mrs. El- of to have Barbara and Jack Miller back. We had two birthdays. Happy birthday to Bran- don Spiva and Jessica Malone. Grant and son, and Mrs. -o- her legs, and Mrs. Ken- the city would purchase drick in the loss of her Hazel Carrier. Only about three percent the videotape, tie was From Coyle were Mr. of the eerth's water is grandson, and Mrs. Bud Carrier, fresh. About three fourths given the go ahead t{} [] Timex Watches [] Sieko Watches [] Norelco Razors [] Pen and Pencil Sets [] All Kinds of Smok- ing Supplies Cigarettes Cigars Tobacco Lighters [] Russell Stover Candies --For Dad-- Smelling Sweet and Clean [] Chaps [] Old Spice [] English Leather [] Yardley of London [] Mennen For a Nice Se ction Visit our Card Department Dad you Love Him! Emergency Number: 547-5069 Hours: 8:30 :30 Man. thru Fri. 8:30-1:00 Saturday 547-2(} } 246 S. Main Sorry to hear Peterman has with hope she Mrs. Wayne on Mr. and on Sun- bf last week and Mrs. some time with her aunt, Mrs. James Mattingly, Mr. Mattingly and Cecil Thomas, also to visit her cousin, Charles Cecil Downey. Recent visitors in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Rex Jacobs were her cousins, Mrs. Trudy Dumas and Mrs. Merle Knox of Strong, Arkansas. They toured Will Rogers Memorial at Claremore and visited Will Rogers birthplace at Oologah, Woolaroc Museum at Bartlesville, Pawnee" Bill's Museum at Pawnee, Frankhoma Pottery at Sapulpa, the Victor :Were: Mr. and building in Guthrie, the Stanton and Cooperative Publishing Mr. and Museum and Territorial Aaron Museum, and Oral Cushing;, Mr. Roberts University and Church, Dallas, Texas. He Burton City of Faith at Tulsa. is the grandson of Mr. Mrs. Reba While here they visited and Mrs. Frank Whit- Denise Nuse with Mr. and Mrs. H.M. more and lives in Arl- City. Cross and attended ington, Texas. and Allison church services at Trinity Mr. and Mrs. Frank Perry visited Baptist Church north of Whitmore visited With Mr. and Coyle. Wednesday with Lena Valley Community building east of Stillwater on Highway 51, instead of a picnic on the lawn at the Kent Grant home east of Stillwater. Those attending from out of state were Mr. and Mrs. Val Swartzendruber of St. Lawrence, South Dakota; Mr. and Mrs. Art Carrier of Lockwood, Missouri; and Mrs. and Mrs. Walter Bailey of Winfield, Kansas. Those from Oklahoma were Harvey and Betty Thurman of Bethany; Phyllis and Carrie Hale of Hinton; Mr. and Mrs. Ar- thur Henderson of Enid; Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Bailey of Ponca City; Opal Carman of Hydro; Mr. and Mrs. Keith Jackson and family of Elmore City; Mr. and Mrs. Herman Carrier of Geary; Mrs. Rick Smith and daughters of Ed- an and -o- Niemeyer in Guthrie Health Center. She was te Driskel EDEN CHAPEL-LOST sitting in a wheelchair )a Mr. and CREEK NEWS and was improving. Let's Wors h ip Burton Fri- The Lost Creek Chris- The Charboneau reu- , tian Book Club has begun nion is June 10th at Tog-th ATTEND THE "rton and again this summer. Chester, Okiahom&Bring . . .__..__.___..CHURCH nett visited Members of the church a baaket dinner for your -- OF YOUR Nelson on have divided into two family. CHOICE THIS SUNDAY teams to see which team _~ bay visitors can read the most Chris- ] ~ ] Mrs. Wayne tian books this summer. Perkins -- Ripley --- Carney ui, Mr. and treated to a special supper I minister, invited into a [ Matney and prepared by the losing j home for a visit, was [ --Pmx.q-- A~bly of God Church Devid hines, Pester --TRYON-- and Mrs Lee team. The program was J served baked hen and [ Sunday Schoo, g:~ .... ,,.., Ch.,.,~.. a~.~ o " ~hrm. Mr. and begun two years ago to J dressing. He was asked | Mor.JW w~sh,p I1:OO .... ~ C,,t',. P.~ Doddson and promote the use of the give thanks and did m,y Night Worship 11:OO .... " T Vickie. church library and --nl~ d7 tO 8:15 pm.Clbel~ AIIl~ly Of Ood lb~'4bCNi,kl .it--r, l~mt'r f~ '~ ~ ~'~ /f~ fI~ ~/!/ on Club met reading of the Bible. J That evening, theoldl M n,ng--No-;*h,-pS0:% .... Su,day hoo! .... EveninoWorsh,l~ 6.00~m t~ornlng p ...... ........ ~ ~ .1 "~1~}*, ~ " ~ .2, ,:";.:. '" ~':2"I~" ~3 Sharpton on Reading a book in the Bi- i hen was again on the [ w. ~.~. ~,.Z .:~ =. Eve.~ng W~sh~p 6:30 p m : ............ , - -- r- ... Wed. Bible Study 6:30 pro. ~, ~, Those there ble counts as having read [ table and the lady of [ Fin,, k n,, l UI~I~ LI~ d '~t--il II i~ { ~4~t~l" ~J ~4 ,~" ~, -:~ ~ :~}:/' Courtright, one book. Last summer J the house again asked [ Su.oo~.o~.,~el~ ...... n.,th, o:~-~"*"- .... Worsh,p~UY" " r"~'~Y'2~"oo' '~:~l:oo^^ .... o~ ~ ' ~.3 ~'~ ~'::,'~" ~ ines, Ivola the participants read 157 [ him to give thanks. He | t w Sunday Worship 10:50 o.m. Sun. Evening 7:00 p.m. / ng n 6:00 p,rn. Ted ~IJ~O~, Peitm' Tabor, and books and we look for- J did so again. Trotni Unio Clkt-Iltlln Union Ckurch A guest tar ward to seeing even more J The next day at noon Su oy Even 7:OO p.mSunday hool lO:oo .... Wed. Eve. 7:30 p.m Morning Worship 11:00 a,m, as Wesley books read this summer, i the old hen appeared a CYE ~:oo p m Tile signal light is man's guide, t' ~.'afer travel. Ha "- mat cme~,n c~un~ as they are obeyed. Once again, the two J third time and the ~,~.~,m, -~m- ~.ver. they Itr.tect onl.~I churches have planned aJ minister was asked to MorningChU ch :hOOlworship 10:459:45 o.mom Al mdb|y o4 Oo l t.c,~. "the Bible is Gt}d'Slife. Signal I.ight and guide for man's is Murlin was cookout this Sunday at [ give thanks. He Youth Fellowship 6:30 p.m Sunday Schoo, 9:45 .... I,ath thr,,ugh foot by a wo~en', Council 3,d Tues Mo#.in~ Worship 11:00 o,m, Snake Man- Tom Arthur's pond. It s J replied: "I willnot l,~0 p.m. Evongelistlc Serv. 7:00 p ..... Thq w,,,'tl ;x ~t fatal, ~,,,t,, m!l h,ct, ,~Id , liflht t, nt,, Wed. Service 7:OO p.m Wedflesdoy Midweek Service aV )eltthe been rained out twice so J thank the Lord again s.,~th O.YAdv~m0not United t,~odl,t7:3P~a~ m!/ path." ,, Sebbo~ School 9:30 o.m. I~M Mel~t. ~l~ t~l. We far, but we re looking for [ for that tough old hen. Throuch study of (;od'.~ war, l, we h.arn Hi.~ will for better weather this time J I ve expressed thanks Wor p Se,vice 11:00 .... ChurChMYF School 10:005:30 .... United Methodist Church Morning Worship 11:0oo.,, .ur life, anti He will lead in paths of i'ightettusne.~s, ~ok it soon; around. The group going / twice for that tough ChurchNe'S~hoo'W" st,., ~,,to.9:,, o~ wed..~oy s,.w.., Serv,oP~ ATTI.:ND CHURCH to the pond will leave [ old bird, and that's all ~n,n.~ Wor~hip 11:00 .... ell~ lltllttltl~ ~.m. Eden Chapel at 6:30, L she's worth." v ,co Ch., W.C. Grehem, Prater Sunday School 9:45 o.m Worship Service 11:00 o.m Evangelism 6:30 p.m W~. Prayer M|Or 7:~10 pm. Polyester Dress Slacks in all l en's Strip and Blue sizes up to O Children's sizes O size 60 ao Morning Worship 11:00 o.m. Troining Union 6:45 p.m. Evening Worship 7:30 p.m. Wed. Service 7:30 p.mr Church of Christ Jemell Nunner0 Mln|et,r Sund~y School 9:45 .m Morning Worship 10:45 o.m. Youth Meeting 6:30 p,m. Evening Worship 7:30 p.m Wed Service 7:30 p.m. --IDIN CHAPIL-- United Methodist Mez Ivdd, Pemor Morning Worship 9:45 o.m Sunday School 10:45 ore. Evening Worship 7:00 p.m. Wed. Bible Study 7:00 p.m UMYF 7:00 p,m. LOSt an.m United ~tl~Nll llt~M ~x ledd. I~at~ Sunday School 10:00 am. Morning Worship 11:00 o.m. selection of Belts and Everyday Western Stretch Jeans with elastic waist up to S Bible Study 10:00 o.m ---CAINIT-- First Chrlltkm lwrt'k Sundoy School 10:00 ore, Church Services 11:00 o.m. Youth Meeting 3:00 p,m. Evening Service 6:30 p,m. Ammddy of ned Church The Church is God's oppointed agency in this world for spreoding the knowledge of His love for man and of His demand for mon to respond to tho! love by ton.to no.etdm, P,~tor loving his neighbor. Without this grounding in the Sundoy Schoo~ 9:4s o,m, love of God, no government or society or way of life -.-~|PI~IV-- Church Service 10:~k~ o~ will long persevere ond the freedoms which we hold elll~ Ch~rl~ of ~Evening Worship 6:30 p,m. Arnold Imtth, II~ltor Wed. Evening 7:00 pm so dear will inevitobly perish. Therefore, even from Sundoy School 9:45 om Mor.~ng Worship I1:00 o m --Area CNUKmS-- 0 selfish paint of view, one should support the Church :,i" Youth Activities 6:30 p.m, Evening Wo.~hip ,:~0 ,.~ ,~C~.~ C~ for the sake af the welfare of himself ond his fomily. Wed. Service 7:30 p.m a ml. welt of Cud~lnlll Beyond that, however, every person should upheld First untted ~thodmtteymer Ch., ~r and participate in the Church because it tells the truth almNh Sundoy School9:45 o.m. W. Wtlnltlol~ Illl#or Morning Worship 10:45 o.m. about man's life, death and destiny; the truth which " Morning Wpship 9:30 a.m. Evening Service 7:30 p.m. Church School 10:30 o.rn. Bible Study, Tues. 7:30 pro. alone will set him free to live os o child of God. Wed. B,ble Study 7:30 p.m.Choir, Wed. 7:30 p.m. " Youth Meotin0 6:00 p.m. Oklm4Ntd Vllley %" Church of Cht~t 6 ml l of ltlllwetor on $1 Sunday School 10:00 o,m. 41 Cote ma r~ Adv J Jm