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'STANtFY' STANt[Y  6-The Perkins Journal Thursday, June 9, 1977 (Last Week's News) Guests of the Otis Longs over the three day holiday were Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Cross•an and Rocky, Mr. and Mrs. Randy WiUig and new son, Jeremy of Wichita, Kan., Mr and Mrs. Dick Rogers and Julia of Perkins, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Otta- way, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Fair- banks and children and Mr. Darrell in Stillwater. Mrs. Berth Adams of WASHINGTON IRVING Funeral services were held Yukon spent Sunday with her CLUB MEETS last week for Ruby Rowan, mother,Mrs.LelaPepmiller. Mrs. Elmer Wesffall was ,,,u yT:00'rar-- 81, who died in the Guthrie Varina VanBebher is visit- hostess for the June meeting hospital, Interment was in ing Mr. and Mrs. Bill Whit. of the Washington Irving EH the Oak Grove Cemetery, more and sons in Baytown, group Friday, June 3. east of Coyle. Ruby was born Tex. She went via Amtrack Roll call was answered by The Perkins Librarian en- be explored this near Coyle and lived all her and plans to return the same each member naming a for- courages both youth and One journey into becauselife' in andofaroundill healthC°yle' shebUt waY.Mr, and Mrs. Eugene to visit.eign country they would like adults each to "Visit Your Li- can be taken and Mrs, Johnny Long, all moved to Guthrie to a rest Bitch's family had the fol- It was reported that two Summertime-Playtime is Mark Twain's Tom of Coyle. brary Soon." again as youth • home to be near her brother lowing for Decoration Day, visits had been made to here againl "We have book and Huckleberry Otis Long is remodeling and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Cappy Hoag rest homes. May baskets fill- markers and folders for all interesting comments his building in Coyle. Darrell Luther Bowen. She had and family of Guthrie, ed with candy and cookies boys and girls who visit their the author adds Crossman installed new win. many relatives in Logan and Mr. and Mrs. Norman Meats were taken to Rosewood library. Any boy or girl who his characters. dows in the building at PayneCounties. and family of Oklahoma City, Manor. A card was sigued to would be interested in Arts Mark Twain was Coyle. Todd VanBebber spent a Mr. and Mrs. Bill Langwell be sent to Mrs. R. B. Riggs, and Crafts classes for ages November 30, 1845 Kathleen Phillips had eye few days at the F. A. Whit. and family of Edmond and who was not able to be eight to ten, please come by April 21, 1910 yet his surgery recently in an Okia- more home and Memorial Mrs. Jackie Mack and family present. RichardHenrick the library and let me know live on. Some of Sa homa City hospital. Day when Mr. and Mrs. of Coyle. Mrs. Ed!,nWest gave the Frank and Belle Whitmore Vern VanBebber and Vincent Mrs. Otis Long and Mr. lesson on International RICHARD HEIRICK GETS sion office would like to start the adventures. as the Payne County Exten- ens background adds t were Tuesday guests of Mr. called to take him home, Charles OttawaywereThurs- Neighbor, England." She ROTCSCHOLARSHIP a class here," Mrs. Vern Library Report f" and Mrs. Ora Barrett and "he wondered why he day and Friday visitors in was assisted by Mrs. Thorn Richard Henrick, P-T High Wells said. and May: couldn't go home later-- Wichita, Kan. Cundiff andMrs. Berniece School graduate this spring, Your library holds a vast Adult Books Checked0 Other callers Memorial Day Mr. and Mrs. Ed Bennett Jordan who showed some received an Army ROTC store of reading material to Children's Books 547-2079 at the Whitmores were Mr. were in Dallas, Tex. over the pieces of English China. Scholarship which he will Books added and Mrs. Chet VanGelder, Memorial Day holidays. It was a well presented use this fall at OSU. Oakhurst, Okla. (near Tulsa) The HomeBuilders EH lesson and very informative. Richard's parents, Mr. and Mrs. VanGelder is the Club met June 1 at the Oak- Mrs. Wes00all, assisted by Mrs CecU Henrick, 401 S E Sr Citizens plan Ups former Fern Marshal of dale Community Building Mrs. Gladys Inman, served Second St., Perkins, moved • Clarkson community, for their regular meeting, lovely refreshments to the here about three years ago Holiday guests of Mr. and The devotional was given above mentioned and Lor- from Sandstone, Virginia. Sing fo d S Mrs. Devere Ingle were by Hazel Bucke followed by ayne Hall, Rosa Wegley, Mr. Henrick was an Air r 2' i obert and Betty Ingle and flag salute. Roll call was ans- Eleanor Nutt, Effie Emer. Force advisor to the Air Na- two daughters, Pamela and wered by naming a country son, Jo Knapp and Grace tional Guard at Byrd Field, The local Senior Citizen and participate. Brenda. They are you would like to visit. Hattie Hudgens. Sandstone. The family Group is planning a gospel The center has visiting Obert's parents, Mr. read the minutes and Elnora *o- moved here when the fa- musical program the second piano and public and Mrs. Ingle and other gave the treasurer's report, ther retired from the service. Sunday afternoon in each system for the relations from Casper, Wyo. Shirley and Belle plan to Try Richard said his obser- month. Plans are in progress of those on the Mr. and Mrs. Steve See. attend OSU Days at Stillwa- O/1 Notes ration of the army career for the project to begin Sun. There are also fold from New Mexico, her ter in July. Hattie gave the with its benefits and his fa- day June 12th from 2 to facilties for other mother, Juanita Ingle Wood lesson on International The Tryon Town Board ther's career influenced his 4 p.m. Van Nickels, presi, instruments or from Tulsa, and also her Neighbors. She gave a very held their monthly meeting decision to also make the dent said. ers to provide grandson spent Saturday in educational talk about Eng- on June 2. No guests pres- army his career. Richard "Wewould appreciate any ground. the Ingle home. land. They have large ant. No Complaints made. was born while the parents help from those willing to The new project Mr. and Mrs. Delmar D. museums and cathedrals. Next meeting first Thursday were stationed at Tinker participate or any suggest, on a trial basis, and Pepmiller of Jackson, Miss. They have class distinction of July. Field, Midwest City. He has ions for groups which might cess depends on the spent the weekend with their among the people. A round * * * an older brother who is also be interested in singing," shown by both the parents Mr. and Mr. DeLoss robin discussion by members The S & S Store has in the Air Force stationed at Nickels said. The Center and the availability Pepmiller and Mr. and Mrs. about England followed, changed owners. The store Lackland Air Force Base, especially invites the local groups. Anyone Elmer Downey, all of Coyle. Engiandisaheavilypopulat. is now G & S, operated by Texas. churches and surrounding participate or ed country with people very Glynn McCauley. Opening However, Richard's quali- areas to join in the project, project may call the • • • • Q • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • set in their ways. Most of hours are-Monday through fications did not depend up- Gospel groups such as quar- QIOB i them live in towns. Londonis Saturday-8 a.m. to 7 p.m. on Richard's background for or contact Rev. Van a historical city. If a person Sunday 12 noon to 6 p.m. tets, duets, choirs or family There is still a, need the choice of a career. These groups may be scheduled first Sunday s pJ plans to visit a foreign coun- Glynn and his wife, Sandy were also determined by his now or for future dates. The so please contact the : : try, they should learn all have three children, a academic records, extra cur- public is invited to attend as soon as possible. about the people who live daughter 15 and two sons,ll ricular activities such as foot- W II : there before they visit it andJyearsofage. Theylive ballandtrack. Sincemoving  and plan what you want to in Cushingl to Perkins, Richard has see there,. The Cafe next to the Post been president of the Stu- OUr Own Dry Smoked : Refreshments were served Office has closed up as of dent Council and Senior : II CHURCH NEWS ship carries with it a six year  l by Anna Bennett. Achley the past week. Class secretary. The scholar- : : Mack was a guest. H ,B. ? -o- The Assembly of God obligation to serve in the .... = ....... -: church held a farewell party army after graduation from AD J : Trustwortl0000 : Class of'67 on Wed., June 1. in ho;mr OSU. o BRE _4 to....fo,_r 0000MILK , l' of Mr. and Mrs. Edward I hope to get a master's ......... Catlett. They left Sunday, degree before going into the nO • : holds reumon June S to move to Calif. army," Richard said. He has Come by and See our Fine Selection of Father's Day Gifts Ill I I @ Film Supplies • Cosmetics • Toiletries • Russell Stayer Candles • The VBS at the Baptist not definitely decided his ............. --'- PL312 on Fresh 34450 Church ended Friday, June major but will make an ef-  m • • ,- 1 Uj POWERI.OCK ' Rgt[ L0, TAPE • The Senior Class of 1967 3. The young people stu&ed" fort to correlate it with a fork LiV@r re. m t 12' x " wide easy40-read 50 x ",,10ng lastmg white O from Perkins High School stories from the Bible, civilia career if the plans for --=-- - ------ ........ = - - - crafts On Sat June 4, the w ] blade protected for 10ng wear blade  graduah0ns g held their ten year reunion • • the future should change. Ground • I Power return 10' length als0 Cpact, durable case, easy • n. .*..ao., o.. "Q o-7 church held a picnic for the Richard added, "Right now I lib _ _ • I aj • ..... $ 4 • ] available rewmd Als0-100 length • ......... It was really great to see a: ..... J ........ group. Among the games plan to be in the army for at I]r r00mes • t was a turtle race The du • [ j._ Re& 7,711 Re& 6,08  • lot of our classmates and be. . gra - least 20 years." " ,. lieve it or not, theyhadn't atton program was held on Richard ispresentlyem- z ....... mat .mL i t ' :1 /§6§ § changed hardly at all. We ThSunday evening. June 5. ployed with DeI-Mar's Food rrom oor NUnHJml • • e outstandmg fun for the had 46 attendin a buffet Store where he also was able • 1 -"/..  L.. " • ...... "" . week was a water balloon to work full time and attend Meefloaf, Ham Loaf, B-B.Q Beef, alnner at u}e Americana les-  . • m . [aurant ....... t;anquet room. Alter nght-eut. The children threw school one-half day. • • , _T  Bologna Inner  LaPOlleRe acteu .... ,I   -- " ......... let,Water balloons at the miniS.Kon Lrews tie was a as MC reliving a few of the ' • ..... ANT 1 old days and judging a great sport. He enjoyea • [   • few . . ...TTE.L. ION! 1 Chicken and "Mini" other Items throwing them too contests to keep us all on our " • [ Leglonalres t|usiness 1 • ] Y--] 62-407  85608 • toes. We had for entertain- -o- Meetin | like • I hcludes Free FtackaSCREWDRIVERSET" MITRE BOX WITH SAW • ment, Picky and The Raiders ELEMENTARY MUSIC June 16, 8p.m. i , • t I .......... ., ..6". Mitre Box wth preset 45 ° and • play for our listening and WORKSHOP Lions Den [ 'Roast I  m i  m  • • I 5tan(ar0 J b uaomei. / o n 14 ..... dancing pleasures. An Elementary Music Important that All II 1 I m m W I m •" : U 8 gleS OaOK saw • • m ,2{ PhE,h;nalt wllhrc0mf0rtable • Those attending from out Workshop was held at the Members Attend l Sll I vum m u o _ m 0 e a des 0 ged sree Reg. 8.J  tIBi of state were: Dan LaFollette Seretean Center at OSU for Civic projects k many [I "'" m Old Fashioned Meat ,arJ "l b'ades 'm O • and Cathy from Houston, elementary music special- other items of interest will i wffn • ............ il 3:29   i Tex.; Also from Houston. ists, elementary classroom be on the Agenda. i | Acmu From C.y Nail in perkins Karen (Holbrook) Mercer; teachers (K-6) and elemen- Commander Gorden Leniet Gravy" m Phone OpenS:30 to 6 p.m. ' Kan.MattieothersM°°re'attendingWichita'were tarYKareneducatiOncarter,majors.instructor Attest. C. B. Stout, Adjut. I1[ m 1.£47.2266 Closed Sundays , i  i Jim Bewyer and Carma' Ca" °f music and Music Special" L"-''-'JLffi'-,, milla (Burton) Stanton and ist at OSU, had as the clinic- Earl, Waco Bridenstine and inn, Lucille Wood of Pasa. 00mm,m • She, Patricia Coate, patty dena, Calif. Ms. Wood is the Grant, Gary Crane and Tess. chief architect and contribu- Also Alan and Pam Cundiff, tor of music publications for  . 1  • m 393[E l " " . e Gene and Kathy (Himes) Bowman. Mrs. Wood, a for- --" Trusty says For , m morn- I ! batter "'" i • Niles, Tom Emerson and mer associate Professor of NOW S the Ti m Rugged I I for Iraqi•ins I for Summer Sewin00 • ec0n0mv saw . _  Judy, Terry Kinzie and his Music at California State ," • generaluse Blade ts ] i snap [ms.twarthy Ifirst! . date. Linda (Jody Nelson) College, Los Angeles, em- / " _ g _ • tempered and hardened _ I ! ] Adcock and Roland, Carol phasizes extending music ex- Vtute ..j,F.el,,t ju’r • m Teeth precs,0n set  ] • (Reed) Stevens and Ronnie, periences into language and Mary Jean (Nelson) Alexan. reading areas for classroom ,j. :m I, : J. -.... • Daydream about you derandJoe, Danny Mangold teachers. J ne Welings and a the dresses I , . -/ _ __ , u,o vowt.rCh,a w . Kirby Nickels, Lynda (Wil- Teaching, published by Sil- vartety of other. Sp and l  I // " au I ,,, whe,..vo, i w son) Grimes and Bill, Ronnie ver Bendett, is used as a text theatese I [  : Rakes and Susie, Tom Rose for music education courses __ Summer matermb.have arrived. pretty fabrics and Jackie, Gary Smith and in colleges and u.iversities. Linda, Geraldine (Burton) Singing Fun, published for / " STANt[Y • • ,m ,m .,....v.- Blevins and Earl, Marl•ha Ms. Wood by McGraw.Hill. (Campbell) Miller and has been the highest selling ". " --= - = - --__ i ' ' '  Guinn and Alfred. for the past ten years. We really missed those Those attending from the \\; \\; noting, lace, trims and classmates who were un- Perkins area were: Belinda %rt v m mm • able to be with us this Beams, Rae Bridenxtine, "" . other item..' ".' r Hardware00 time so we voted to get to. W'dla Jean Cagey, Velda I"  gether for another re. Ewing, DianahSlusserand '%NewPatlernsBook_  union in five years, hoping Kathleen Woods. more will be able to make -o- II ?  it next time.  ' " ' " 1 ' In honor of our four, .,SPHAI.I , 0000soauer 1 1 1 S. Main 47-2472 : classmates who are de- | ,''1, (,,:,VEI. m t  ! ' • ceased, we placed o, al m ,: m )00Dry Goo( Perkmns " •  carnations with a ribbon ] t, onstructmn Inc. m , w.. of blue andwhite [... .,,erll. s . I { "'°"'"'" ' ' I • reading Class of 1967, on i I"., ,,I, -'. T " ! " . Ill I I II I I eeeee =O" -- I I I l/ !02 S,-Mainerkins, Ok, L l