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June 14, 1973     The Perkins Journal
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The Perkins Journal, Thursday, June 14. 1973 9 Second Section Ill Have Family Reunion Mrs. Raymond Eaton annual Eaton family ane 10th at ttanney City, Ken- the Eaton children except Bill and Bes- rodents Frank (Pistol Pete) Present were: Mrs. Mr. Charles Case, Albert Case, of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Mr. and Mrs. and son of Mor- and Mrs. Raymond and Randy Eaton, rs. Lyle Eaton, and Stacy, of City; Mr. and Mrs. of Cushing, Mr. Gaydusek, Anna Maria, Joe, and Dee-Dee, of Oklahoma City. Also attending were Mrs. Mae Welch, Mr. and Mrs. Mike Rogers, Anne and Beth, Mrs. John Beebe and Jennifer, of Wichita, Mrs. Richard Gard- ner and Leslie of Norman, Mr. and Mrs. Gary Fisher, Wayne, Glen, and Sidney of Heston, Kansas; Mr. and Mrs. Frank Easton, Jr. of Enid; Mrs. Orpha Megenity ofMoore, Mrs. Sld Herdon of Germany; Mrs. Elizabeth Wise, Harvey Dew Wise, of Perkins, Mrs. Don Courtright, Justin Courtright and Mike Hollis of Stillwater. The next Eaton reunion will be held at Enid, hosted by Mr. and Mrs. Frank Eaton, Jr. on June 11, 1974. iles Hosts CVEH Club B. McCarty, Erma Brix- Betty Bran- Derby, Bar- ~, Carol Davis, Ruby Mankee, Melba Dora Mercer were Tuesday, June 5 entertained the Valley Extension The visitors Betty and Cathy Dianna Brake, Sylvia Moser, Mankee, Twila Jordon. Mrs. a new member. people in the .~s** said Cathy Spire as she and Dianna Brake brought their demonstration to the group. Mrs. Dahms, Home Exten- sion Agent, talked on the up- coming OSU days for women July 16-19 to be held on the OSU Campus. It was voted to send two mem- bers to OSU for the institute. Ruby Dobson and Ella B. Mc- Catty were in charge of the les- son, "Diabetics and other spec- ial Diets.': Pennies for friendship were taken up. Refreshments of strawberry pie, coffee, tea, mints and nuts were served at the close of the meeting. Wedding vows were exchang- ed at 8 p.m. Saturday between Miss Wendy Kay Sadler and Jerry Lynn Vaughn at Perkins United Methodist Churcll. Reverend Clifford Poison of- ficiated. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wendell Sad- let, Perkins, and the groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Glen Vaugh, Drumright. Given in marriage by her father, the bride wore a floor length gown of chiffon over taffeta, accented with lace on the bodice and sleeves. Her lace-trimmed veil of il- lusion overlayed her attached formal length train. She car- ried an orchid surrounded by white roses. Donnita McMullins, Oklahoma City, served as maid of honor, and George Drake, Cushing, was best man. Bridesmaids were Mrs. Sheila Evans, Stillwater, Mrs. Mary McAllster, Perkins, and the groom's sister, Patty Vaughn, Drumright. Serving as groomsmen were Eugene Dennis, Cushing; Larry Endicott, Oilton; and Gary Fountain, Stillwater. Steve McDaniel, nephew of the bride, was candle lighter; Lori Ann Redus was flower girl; and Cory McDaniel, also nephew of the bride, was ring bearer. All are from Perkins. Mrs. Pea Dawn Youngker, Perkins, sang "The LordPs Prayer~, accompanied by R. L. Westfall, Perkins, on the organ. Assisting at the reception following the ceremony were Vivian Cundiff, Perkins, Char- lott Langley, Stillwater and Kathy Voise, Perry. Denis Earp was in charge of the guest book. The couple will reside in Cush- ing where the groom is employ- ed with Interstate Securities Company and the bride plans to finish her eudcatlon at Ok- lahoma State University. Mr. & Mrs. Vaughn Scott I n Recital daughter of s. Bill Scott of in a dance iOklahoma City's ast month. Kelly Years of dancing of baton. recital were Bob Reynolds, Edward Scott; Attending a cook-out and ice cream social Thursday evening, June 7 in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Davis and Mary were members and guests of the Cimarron Valley Extension Group. Those attending were: Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Brixey and Twila; Mr. and Mrs. Bert Dodson; Mr. and Mrs. Charlie ~Moser; Mr. and Mrs. Max Branstetter, Beth, Karen and Rex; Mr. and Mrs. gd Darby, Charissa, Chris and Mlchelle; Mr. and Mrs. Ray Henderson; Mr. and Mrs. Delmar Niles; Mr. and Mrs. Mac MeCarty; Mr. and Mrs. Larry Glover, Brandt and Heidi; Mr. and Mrs. Charles Grant, Charlene, Mark and Siacy; Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Allen, Janet, Anita, Billie and Scott; Mrs. Jim Kirby, Dena, Kenda, Karen and Connie and Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Bak- er. Craft Lessons Free craft lessons will be held for children ages 5-12 as part of the Perkins sum- mer recreation program. Classes will begin June 14 and meet at Perkins-Tryon High School. Children of ages nine through 12 years will met each Tues- day morning from 9:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m.; ages 5-8 will meet each Thursday morning 9:30 a.m. to 11,30 a.m. Materials will be supplied by the Payne County Welfare department. The Town and County Exten- sion Homemakers donated $5.00. Supervising the lessons will be Judy Niles, Perkins; and Dwayne Doyle, Kay Teel and Jill Holt, with the Payne County Welfare Dept. Part-time help- ers are Joyce Neitman, Diane Logan and Dinah Wise. Anyone having scrapes of felt, trim, buttons, and yarn to donate for use by the class- es are encouraged to call 547- 2891 for pick-up. To enroll your child in the lessons call 547-2891 or 547- 2691. Rate At Washington Irving Extension ~'L~ ~]~7~~ Hmemakers Club met Wednes- day, June 6, in the home of ~~ Mrs. E.ffie Emerson. Mr s. Mau- Katie and Billie~ Lincoln, rine Riggs assisted the hostess, daughters Mrs. Ellen Lincoln _ ~ .J~. Roll call was answered by of McCamey, Texas, and Char- : ~" i~ ~ "\~ eleven members and 3 guests,les Lincoln, of Perkins, picked "*'~' telling how much they weighed up honors in the Upton County, Valley Garden club news care for their young. A delightful and refresh- ing lunch was served by Mrs, Taylor to the following: Agnes Cowley, Gay Clark, Ida Taylor, Virgina Albright, Della Hick- man, Lodeen Taylor, Wllma Easter, ViolaHlckman and Fern Rice. Also enjoying the luncheon were two guests; Linda and Dana Taylor. Valley Garden the home Taylor, for a Linda Taylor a report [ng the group's in May to an art show. Presentation on how nets, and their at birth. The guest were Mrs. Alice Clark, Mrs. Devilla Clark and Mrs. Betty Dhams, county home economist. Reports were given con- cerning our members whohave been ill. It was reported Mrs. Nutt is home and Mrs. Free- man is expected to be home very soon. The lesson, given by Mrs. Gladys Inman, discussed symp- toms, diets and treatment for diabetics. The Medic alert bra- celets and medations that should be worn by diabetics was also discussed. Texas, 4-H rodeo recently. Billie, 11, received first place in the horse show with her non-registered gelding, "Code". Her older sister Katie~ 12, rode her registered mare "Golden Lady Baker, to pick up fiRh place in Junior Division Barrells, third in the Junior flag event, and sixth in the horse show. They placed sixth in poles. Katie also received third place for riding a steer in the junior division. The girls are granddaugh- ters of Mrs. Katie lAncoln, Per- kins. (Photo by Cecil Acuff) ir