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The Perkins Journal, Thursday, June 21, 1973 - 13 oe News Mrs. Sherman Bower IMyrtlelLLNESSESainsaMayfield rem DAVIS-PRICE Skunk Selling patient in the Stlllwater Hos- W E D D I N G j pital, with general conditions - unchanged. Miss Suzy Jean Davis and Bill D a n g e r o u s Clyde Huff is presently a L S and Mrs. John King, Washing- ton State. and Crafts classes Little Klm Drisket was hon- enrollment Friday, ored on her 2nd birthday by a the Senior Citizen's family gathering plus ice , the Public md "man- Center Staff, these held Monday and nings, for child- twelve years. are without Participants and for con- sessions Stfllwa- visitor with rs. Maude Davis. Ada, is spend- With her sister and Mrs. Kelly and Daniel home el- visit with their Mrs. both of and Mr s. California, were renewing Floyd Black- were recent and Mrs. F. Blackman will as the former attended June s. Keith Hodges Of a baby girl, born June 8, Hospital. Mat- are Mr. and and pater- are Mr. anc With Mr. an were Mr. am Arizona. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Buethe's left where and Mrs. John and Mrs. Floyd is the for- Jack Morris, Saturday visit- daughter and Mrs. Eddie Joe Grotte, visited with Mr. se over the HOlland and Mrs. the week- visiting with "s. Ray Baker and family, Baker and in Wichita. grandson, back for Cream and cake. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. O. C. Saw- yer, Mr. Keeton's sister and family, Leavenworth, Kansas; and Mr. and Mrs. W. Keeton, Stillwater. Orrtn Tucker, Tulsa, was a Thursday visitor with Mr. and Mrs. Perry Tucker. Wade Jones, Tulsa, is spending several days with his grand- parents, Mr. and Mrs. Perry Tucker. Curtis French, Ponce City, spent several days the first of the week, with relatives and friends in the area. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Barrows and children, Ponca City, were visitors during this past week with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Barrows, and other re- latives and friends in the area. Mr. and Mrs. Miles Tucker and family, Tulsa, were Tues- day visitors with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Perry Tucker. Sunday dinner guests with Mr. and Mrs. Les Hrabe were their children and their families, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Focht and children, Mr. and Mrs. Larry Neff and family, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Watkins and Travis of Stlll- water, and Mr. and Mrs. Jim Freemsm, Pawnee. Other guests were Mr. and Mrs. Bob Riley and Mrs. Florence Leith, Okla- homa City. Saturday visitors with Mr. and Mrs. Andy Murphy and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Barrows and fam- ily were Mr. and Mrs. Jack Burnett and Kevin, Oklahoma City. Mrs. Ora Gates, Mrs. Ruby Beasley and Becky and Mrs. Goldie Edmoundson, Okfuskee, were Tuesday visitors with Mr. and Mrs. Frank Gates. Mrs. Edmoundson stayed for a weelds visit. Mr. and Mrs. Dully Court- right and family, California, were Tuesday visitors with Mr. and Mrs. Frank Gates. Mr. Courtright is a nephew of Mrs. Gates. He is "navy" and the family will soon be on their way to Japan. Sunday evening callers on Mr. and Mrs. Jim Kincald were Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Cranke, Ralston. Mrs. Mima Prater, Culver City, California ; is visiting friends and relatives in Still- water and Glencoe. She was a Monday evening caller on Mr. and Mrs. Jim Kincaid. CHURCH The Church of Christ Youth Camp began Sunday, June 9. The first week will be the ses- sions for the Junior Group, the second week the Senior Group will be in attendance and the third week will be training and study for the intermediate group. Mildred McLaughlln will be the Head Cook, assisted by women of the various churches participating. C. F. Criss, spent week visit- mother, s, and withhis Mr. and Mrs. May fleld, visitors Robert May- l, and Mr. ?field and Saturday and Mrs. Gary BRIDAL SHOWER A bridal shower, honoring Pamela Rushmore, bride-elect of Mike Smith, was held in the Church of Christ, June 7. Hostesses were the ladies of the church. Mary Ann Shell as- sisted in the opening of the gifts. The decorations were in blue and white, carrying through even to the punch, which was blue. The young couple plan to marry June 16 and will esta- blish residence south of StiR- water. Pamela is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Rush- more and Mike is the son of Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Smith. Best wishes. With Mr. DOdson and Mrs. Jim and MRr- ~sph, Mis- Sitors were and son, and Mrs. L and family, and Mr. patient in a Tulsa Hospital. Harold Hire just returned from Prairie Grove, Arkansas, where he had been called by the illness of his mother, Mrs. India Hlte, a former resident. She is much improved. Mrs. Robert Stokes is con- valescing in the Pawnee Hos- pRal. Lester Burch remains a pat- ient in the Stillwater Hospital. Bill Courtright is presently a patient in the Stillwater Hos- pital. WORTH-WHILE CLUB The Worth-While Club met this past week with Pearl Broy- les. The usual order of business was followed with the scrip- ture, 14th chapter of Job, ready by Franie Brown. Refreshnents were served to Florence Sawyer, Sepha Barrows, Ruth Knox, Franie Brown, GoldaNel- son, Dora Paxton, Lucy Baker, Helen Marrs, Edith Honeyman and the hostess. JulyWs meeting will be held in the home of Edith Honeyman. Vern Price exchanged mar- riage vows, in a double ring ceremony, Sunday, June 2. The wedding was held in the Ep- worth United Methodist Church, Chickasha. The groom is the son of Mrs. Clifford Kirk, Elk City and the late Clarence A. Price. Suzy is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Garland Davis, Chlckasha, and former Glencoe residents. "AuntMaude" Davis, grandmother of the bride, attended the ceremony and provided the "something old" when she presented Suzy with her mother's engagement r ing- more than a hundred year s old. After a brleftrip, the young couple will take up residence in Stillwater, where they are stu- dents at OSU. G1encoeites wish them great happiness. B.y a U.S. Savings Bond Persons selling or importing skunks in Oklahoma are now not only running the risk of spread- ing rabies but they are also vio- lating a public health ordinance. The state board of health re- cently approved a regulation to make the sale or importation of the animal unlawful in the state. Dr. Patrick Morgan, acting deputy commissioner for per- sonal health services of the state department of health said that the numbers of cases of ra- bies directly attribut~ to skunks more than justified such a law. "In Oklahoma, the majority of the rabies problems are caused by skunks,P' Morgan "Despite warnings by vet- erinarians and physicians, hundreds of skunks are sold as pets to the public in this state each year." Morgan pointed out that during 1971, there were 286 laboratory confirmed cases of animal ra- bies in Oklahoma. Of these, 221 were in skunks. When you turn on electricity for any purpose, you don't have to think much about it because it's always there. OG&E is proud of its reputation for dependable service. And we plan to keep it that way. That's why the OG&E construction program for the next three years is the largest in its history. We'll be constructing new power plants, building and improving the Company's transmission and distribution facilities so we can continue providing dependable electric service in the future. The Company has just announced plans to construct a new $200 million generating facility at Muskogee that, when completed in 1978, will significantly add to the Company's total capability. The whole idea is to make sure there wilt be enough electrical energy available for a growing population, Planning today for the futur?... another way we re working to improve the quality of living. ELECTRIC SERVICE ,