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June 16, 1977     The Perkins Journal
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6-The Perkins Journal Thursday, June 16, 1977 I  Ill Ill l II II I Carney News 'qJ >- by Pat $kaggs IIII I SAVAGE REUNION There were fifty-five rela- tives and friends who met Sunday, June S at the Lake Ponca Park at Ponca City for annual Savage family re- union. A buffet lunch, games and visiting were enjoyed by the group. Those attending were Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Savage, Mrs. Pat Skaggs and daugh- ter, Marvbelle of Carney and another daughter, Patty, and her husband, Alli Daei and his sister Fiza of Marietta, Mr. and Mrs. : Curtis Savage of Perkins, Lonnie Savage of Carney, George Savage of Tryon, Jay Savage and friend, LOu Ann Savage and friend, all of Chandler. Others were Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Savage of Stillwater, Mr. and Mrs. Marion Savage, Fairfax, the Marion Edward Savage fam- ily of Bartlesville, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Savage, Hutchi. son, Kan., and their daugh- ter, Ellen and family of Owasso, Okla., James Lloyd Savage family of Lebo, Kan., Marion Savage's two daughters, Dena and Linda and their families. Friends attending were the Jim Smith family of Ponca city, Dora Mercer, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Mahar and Mr. and Mrs. Jess Neitman, all of Perkins. The family will hold its next reunion on the first Sunday in June, 1978 at the Ponca City park. GREENS HOST DINNER The Ben Greens home was the scene of a Sunday, June 5 family get- together. Those attending were the Jim Green family, Tishomingo, the Gary Min- shall family, Yukon, the Homer Smith family and the Denny Green family, all of Chandler, and Tim and Patty Green, Oklahoma City. Carney relatives present were Bennie Green's family, Mike, Andy and Dan Green, and Shannon and James Kennedy. Several of the fam- ily met again that evening at the Bonnie Green home for a cookout. THIS AND THAT Mrs. Betty Payton is at for FATHER'S DAY home after astay in an Okla- homa City hospital, following a heart attack. Mrs. Tracy Kennedy is staying with her at the present time. We wish you a speedy recovery Betty. The Carney Round Up club will sponsor their Annual Rodeo June 24-25 at the Car- ney Arena. Nightly perform- antes will begin at 8 p.m. Tickets can be purchased from the Junior Club mem- bers. Everyone have a good day. "O" Ripley gets $100,000 for water project The Ripley Town Board members have been inform- ed by Sen. Dewey Bartlett's office and Sen. Henry Boll- mon's office that the town is to receive a $50,000 federal grant and $50,000 Farmers Home Administration Grant upon the approval of the town residents. The towns- people must vote upon the matching funds necessary before the town board mem- bers can incur any indebted- ness. The money has been allo- cated for the purpose of se- This photograph was taken around or before the turn of the century. It is the Sunday School group at Rebel Ridge School south and west of Goodnight. Lindsey Owsley is a youngster in the front row of the picture, curing a safe adequate water supply, as well as rehabili- 1937 Ripley Grads to taring the town's distribution observe 40th anniversary Former Ripley High School graduate, Sam Dur- ham, says "Now is the time for all '37 grads to begin plans for their 40th Anni- versary this Thanksgiving eve." Sam, who has finished his tour of duty including service as a captain in World War I1, has returned to "home base." He is residing in Stillwater since retirement from Civil Service. Many other Alumni are living in this and surround- ing vicinities. However, there are several who's whereabouts are not known. Anyone knowing the address of these persons are asked to Leo Patterson, Ralph and Marie Hankins, Albert Ball, Lila Rodgers, Warnie Red- dout, Maxine Donahoo, Raymond Rodgers, Marsena and John Morris, Louise Lakey, Ruth Williamson, Elsie Liston, Arnold Boaten- hammer, J. P. Woods, Coweta Jauch, Clyde How- ell, Thelma Jackson, Jewell Busch, Theda Conley, Roy Nugent, Edgar Rice, Maeola Kinkade, Clifford Burton, Dale Deering, Irene Stein- camp, Wilma Butler, Lewis Witt, Earlene Hall, John Ringwald, Sam Durham and LaVeta Myrick. Known deceased are Ira Hetherington, Lester send thiS"ilfformat%n to "Coonts, Loretta Sherrill, Leo Sam Durham or LaVeta Dooley and Melvin Smith. Randall in care of the Perkins -o- Journal. In recalling the senior system. It appears neces- sary, also to secure an addi- tional water storage facility. The bond issue must be put to the vote of the Ripley residents and the drilling contractors approved be- fore the project becomes a reality. New belts, suspenders, SOX, ties i All colors and sizes in I knit trousers and shirts t [] I A contractor previously House shoes and .  I   scheduled to begin work  E//X I High School was halted. i The Water Resources Board Work Shoes and Straw Hats "-., ,:./ U' /" .,i.,/[| failed to approve the driller [Baker's l asadequateforthemunici- pal wells. In turn, they have given the town board a list d of licensed bonded drillers llr00; trooa8 I who will meet the specifi- ! 102 S. Main = cations of the Water Resour- Perkins, Ok. e,/ ces Board. -0- call both families class officers at Ripley, Thisweekend Ralph Hankins served as president. Other officers were Dale Deering, vice- for practically the price ofone president; Irene Steincamp- reporter and Wilma Butler- secretary/treasurer. Eleanor Watkins was class sponsor and Max Crouse served It s true[This weekend-and would cost you $2.44, plus tax. Which, as Superintendent of every weekend between you 11 admit, isn't bad.  Schools. Any suggestions for the 11 p.m. Friday and 5 But for practically - fall are in order to plan for the same price, you , could make two eight-iL,,,. minute calls over the iii same distance.., any ii: weekend. )I It's almost  like getting ,i ....... one call free. f ' So this weekend, enjoy a couple of Long Distance calls. And make three families happy[ p.m. Sunday-you can place two Long Distance calls for practically the price of one week- day evening call, when ,ou dial the Ly. For example, a 10-minute call to someone a thousand miles away weekday evenings (5 p.m. to 11 p.m., Sunday-Friday) a get-together prior to the Wednesday evening banquet November 23. Class wills and class prophecies will be dug up for comparison to ac- tual accomplishments. Members of the 1937 grad- uating class are as follows: h's a Boy! Mr. and Mrs. Allen Evans of Perkins, announce the birth of their first child, a son, June 7, 1977 at the Still- water Municipal Hospital. He weighed seven pounds and has been named William Allen Evans, III. Paternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Bill Evans, Perkins and maternal grand- parents are Mr. and Mrs. Carl Little of Stillwater. Paternal great grandpar- ents are Mr. and Mrs. V. J. Locker of Fairfax and Mrs. L. W. Evans, Stillwater and maternal great grandmother is Mrs. Forrest Little of Stillwater. -O- Long Distance. What else is so nice for the price? @ Souvaamm Bel Locally Owned & Operated TREES--SHRUBS PEST CONTROL PRETREATING Men Oklo Pest Control Assoc. A & B Golclseal Termite Co. "FOR SERVICE CALL" Phone After5 372.4934 547-2660 and made this old photo available to the Journal. Notice the Sunday finery--the bonnets and hats. The group stands before the brush arbor. Bet there may have been a basket dinner planned for somewhere? HILL $ADDLERY ARENA Calf Roping & Play Day Sat. June 18 Rope & Play 2 p.m. to 6:30 FREE Bar-B-Que to all Participants 2% mi. west of Wellston on U'S' Hwy Phone 356-2340 Father s WALLETS DaY ] REG. $12.00 Dryers / '"" " $12" Spray Spice Lotion Now S2." All Men's Timex Watches 20% off gn@ 43A oz. OW $199 Digital Clocks by Westclock Reg.$20.% Now $13" Fine Selection of HALLMARK CARDS, ot RUSSELL STOVER CANDLES 0o Paces Good thru Sat. June 18th t ell sh Ct