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June 8, 2004     The Perkins Journal
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"'Riding High success is about doing what you love. & Finance - BI Perkins Round-Up Club hosts annual July 4 Rodeo. Photo feature - AIO INSIDE Calendar - B8 People - A2 Obituaries - A2 Opinions - A4 School - A6 Sports - A7 History - B3 Church - B4 Classifieds - B7 SJ "Payne County's Oldest Newspaper - 1890" ill flowery shirts and grass skirts - it's nearly Luau ! is planning the summertime bash to raise funds downtown clock (see drawing below). be held at 6:30 p.m. on Friday, July 30, at the lust east of Perkins on SH 33. can expect to be treated to a delicious pig, courtesy of Ralph's Packing Co. will be providing all of the accompanying which will include crunchy cole slaw, carrot watermelons, cantaloupe, and pineapple and be entertained by local dancers from Rhythm will perform selections from "Grease." to perform are authentic hula dancers. sale for the event. They can be purchased from at Payne County Bank, Virginia Sasser at Sasser or any member of the Main Street Organization cost $25 per person. Patty Johnson said most of the items for the donated, so nearly all of the funds raised through toward the purchase of the clock. the Main Street Design Committee is a large, clock with a lighted face. The clock is capable of hour and it will play up to 200 different melodies, songs. is nearly I l-feet-tall, will be placed in the to city hall. It will appear as it does in the right, but will bear the name "Perkins" just above cost approximately $20,000. vote by the Perkins Main Street Board of year dormancy period with the state Main will allow fund raising events, such as the luau, for the clock project. of the ticket to the luau, attendees will also 3 in PMSI. Donations to Perkins Main Street, organization, are tax deductible. Committee Chair Patty Johnson has made visiting with local groups about Main Street's event, a luau. Here she speaks at the Perkins held on June 28. from the luau, to be held on Friday, July 30, will for downtown clock. Journal photo by David Sasser M t fLUB'S :ores )ts o Color is the focal point of this month's MI Club Yard of the Month. The beautifully landscaped lawn and gardens of Jim and Carol Stoecker, 115 South Cimarron Drive, features lots of perennials and self-seeding annuals. The Stoeckers enjoy the occasional visit from wildlife while they take in the view of the Cimarron River valley from their backyard. Journal photo by Cindy Sheets I w I ttw|Q !; n to=e uj IIDi , ,t! Wl tel all hristla. hureh of Ferki.s imarro. Valley HOE at Lions Ilen I. alls 0mmunity enter It[de. hapel huroh ketiot4 at Liot s I en t[Im rove ommonity tenter Lost Creek United Methodist thvre5 Harla.d Wells home 2~