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coe News Mrs. Shermen Bower ILLNESSES Shell, who has been in the Pawnee Hos- to St. Francis Hos- , where he is undergoing in the Cardiac Depart. present- in the Stillwater Hite is a patient in Hospital at this 3. It is possible he will Wednesday, to at home. CHURCH NEWS e Glencoe United Meth- has "lost" their Reverend J. Cald- , to better things. A new has been made Church conference Caldwell's replace- should arrive July 1. Sturgeon, OSU, message Sun- and another guest be in the pulpit Sunday. Lend these visitors incoming pastor. Caldwell will be SUmmer Bible School was held this past week in the Glencoe Baptist, closing Sunday night with a program and a display of craft items made by students during the school. The sesson was well-attended and many good things were accom- plished. The Church is planning for the summer session of Camp, to be held near Lela, soon. LOCALS Wednesday visitors with Mrs. Laura Robinson were Mrs. Esther Smith, Perry, and Leo Boyd, Stillwater. They all visited with their aunt, Mrs. Cora Beyd, Yale,. and also with Mr. and Mrs. Harold Boyd, also of Yale. They went on to Ripley, where they visited another aunt, Mrs. Abbie Doty. Mr. and Mrs. Cleo Boyd were Thursday evening visit- ors with Mr. and Mrs. Les Grote. Dusty Applegate, Sapul- pa, spent Saturday evening with his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Baker. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Glisan, Encinitas, Cali- fornia, were house guests this past week with Mrs. I Federal Savings and Loan Association In: Ponca City Oklahoma City Tulsa ' Stlllwater . Bartlosvillo Edmond Cushing Lizzie Clark. They visited other relatives and friends in the area. Doris Reed, Columbus, Ohio, visited with Mr. and Mrs. O. C. Sawyer, Thurs- day. She also visited other friends in the community. Mr. and Mrs. Buster Kee- ton returned to their home in Breckenridge, Texas, after a week's visit with relatives here. The girls, Anita, Mona and Kimmie remained to spend more time with their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Orvil Sawyer. Mr. and Mrs. Les Grote visited with Mrs. Earl Lynch, Pawnee, Saturday. Mr. Lynch is presently a patient in the Stillwater Hospital. Weekend visitors with Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Shell were Mr. and Mrs. Larry Shell and children, Fairview, and Mrs. Jon Brock and Will, Sherman, Texas. Cary and Gina Shell remain- ed for a week's visit with their grandparents. Mrs. Neva Williams, Wichita, Kansas, and Mrs. Beck Hall, Towanda, Kansas were weekend guests of Mrs. Lizzie Clark. Mrs. Williams and Mrs. Hall are cousins of Mrs. Clark. All went to Oklahoma City Saturday to visit relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Vern Hopp, Pampa, Texas, and Mr. and Mrs. Larry Hopp, Dallas, Texas were weekend visitors with Mrs. Katie Price. They also visited other rela- tives in the Glencoe-Pawnee area. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Lin- senmeyer visited with Mr. and Mrs. Lee Linsenmeyer and children in Tulsa Sun- day. They were especially anxious to see their "new" granddaughter, born to Mr. and Mrs. Lee Linsenmeyer, June 1 I. The little lady has 5 older brothers, and need- less was a 'welcome change' and all were happy to wel- come this girl baby. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Baker and family, Wichita, Kansas, visited Friday with Mr. Baker's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Baker. Ray is con- valescing at home, follow- ing surgery. Mr. and Mrs. Les Grote visited with Mr. Frank Shell, in the Pawnee Hospital, Saturday. BIRTHDAY PARTY Little Kimmie Dawn Kee- ton was honored on the oc- casion of her 6th birthday, with a party, held in the home of her grandparents, Local Produce Truck Here Fri. June 24 and Sat June 25 "Amigo" Willie Huerta with Fresh Corn, Tomatoes, Cucumbers and other Produce from Bixby, Okla Center Cut Chuck Roast 6 Mr. and Mrs. Orvil Sawyer. Vice-President Leta Oling- The Perkins Journal Thursday, June 23, 1977 Attending were members house made the presenta. of her last  year's kinder- tion. Delicious refreshments Stallworth Rites garten class. Present were were served to members Janell Phillips, Melissa Pearl Broyles, Rfith Knox, Were Friday Harris, Kim Homer, Tiffany Geneva Blanchard, Katie and Shelly Horton, and Kim- Price, Leta Olinghouse, mie's sisters, Anita and Franie Brown, Ana Huff, A graveside service was Mona. All enjoyed the Marie Clapham and the hos. conducted at 10 a.m. Friday, afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Rose Jr., Russellvilie, Arkansas, were weekend visitors with Mr. and Mrs. Walter Linsen- meyer and with Mr. and Mrs. Lester Rose Sr., Still- water. Their son Darren, who had been visiting this past week, returned home with them. SHELL FAMILY REUNION The Shell Family Reunion was held at Pawnee Lake, Sunday, June 12. Attending were: Blanche Shell, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Shell, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Shell and girls, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Clark and Becky, Mr. and Mrs. Randy Clark and son, Mrs. Merle Stokes and family, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Shell, Mrs. Christy West and son, all of Glencoe; Mrs. Jon Brock and Will, Sherman, Texas, Mrs. Gene Lockwood and family, Calre- more, Mr. and Mrs. Ted Matlock and family, Prue, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Whitson, Derby, Kansas, Mr. and Mrs. Dean Carrier and son and Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Nichols and family, and Mrs. Myrtle Whitson, all of Still- water, Cary and Gina Shell, Fairview, Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Porter and girls of Fairfax, Mr.and Mrs. Jim Porter, Mr. and Mrs. Meryl Porter, Mrs. Charles Shell and boys, and Lisa Driskel, all of Glencoe. There was much good food and all report a wonderful time. JENNINGS FAMILY REUNION Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Fent attended the Jennings Fam. ily Reunion, held Sunday, June 12 at Pawnee Bill's Picnic Grounds, Pawnee. There were 100 plus in atten- dance. The group heard a short talk by the Reverend Felix Jennings and enjoy. ed music presented by the Clemet family of Yale. All appreciated "together- ness". Clubs The Worth While Club met Tuesday, June 7 in the home of Sepha Barrows. The Scripture, Psalm 100, was read by Sepha Barrows, the Lord's Prayer was pray- ed in unison and the Flag Salute given. Minutes of the previous meeting were read and approved. All sign- ed a Get-Well card to be sent to Ray Baker. Games were played and prizes were won by Pearl Broyles and Ruth Knox. Lovely refreshments were served to Pearl Broyles, Ana Huff, Leta Oiinghouse, Helen Marrs, Franie Brown, Katie Price, Goldie Nelson, Reth Knox and Dora Paxton and the hostess. The July meeting will be held in the home of Franie Brown. Ramho Rustlers Meet Wednesday, June 8, the Rambo Rustlers Club met in the home of Elizabeth Turner for a covered dish noon luncheon. The business meeting was opened at 2 p.m. by the Vice-President Leta Olinghouse. The 32nd Psalm was read by Franie Brown, the Lord's Prayer was prayed in unison, and the Flag Salute given. Man- 3ked utes of the last meeting were Should _7_900 read and approved. Many and a Sympathy card was mailed to the Milton Nichols Cut From Round family. Ruth Knox was pre- S i O? sented a lovely gift from k the Club acknowledging the eSS Stea 50th wedding anniversary of Ruth and Jerry Knox. Bread 16 Oz Loaf 4/Sl oo Milk CUPID'S Old Fashioned Meat Market Across From City Hall in Perkins Open MondaySaturday 8:30 a.m. til 6p.m. Phone $47.221 Gal S169 tess. Two visitors were pre- sent: Mrs. Ellen Miller and Mrs. Dixie Adams. The next meeting will be held in the home of Mary Sawyer. 34th Wedding Anniversary Sunday, June 12, Mr. and Mrs. Milton Nichols were honored on the occasion of their 34th wedding anniver- sary. Present were their children, Mrs. Jim Stephens (Brenda) and Nicki, Mrs. Rick Hesser (Sherry) and Ricky, Mrs. Max Haken (Rhonda) and Brett and Sheila, and Mrs. Nichols' mother, Mrs. Faye Murphy. All of the "husbands" were in the fields and were unable to attend. Ice Cream (home- made) and cake were en- joyed by the group and best wishes extended. Visitors Mrs. Lucy Newman and Mrs. Grace Newhold, Still- water, and Mrs. Newman's daughter, Mrs. Benita West- man, Hudson, Wyoming, were Thursday evening visit- ors with Mrs. Maude Daivs. Mr. and Mrs. Emmett Blanchard visited Saturday evening with Mrs. Helen Williams and family, Cush- ing and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Stout, New Jersey. Mrs. Williams and Mr. Stout are cousins of Mr. Blanchard. Thursday visitors with Mrs. Laura Robinson were Mr. and Mrs. Albert Robin- son and Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Smith, Stillwater. Mr. and Mrs. Verl Por- ter, Stillwater, visited with Mr. and Mrs. Meryl Porter Tuesday evening. Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Vick- ers, Washington, Okla,, were weekend visitors with Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Fent. Mrs. Katie Tucker was a Sunday dinner guest of Mr. and Mrs. Lester Mahaffey. Sunday visitors with Mrs. Laura Robinson were Mr. and Mrs. ,A,lbe,rt, ,iop, ' iillwater. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Royster, Needles, Califor. nia, and Mr. and Mrs. Franklin Fuss, Lone Chim. ney community, were Satur- day evening visitors with Mrs. Mind Davis. Sunday visitors with Mr. and Mrs. Doyle McCubbin were Mr. and Mrs. Mike Campbell and children, and Mr. and Mrs. Randy Robinson and baby, Still. water, Mr. and Mrs. Rick McCubbin and Mandi, Glencoe and Mr. and Mrs. Dude Falkenbery and family, Jenks. Little Misty Camp- bell returned home with Mr. and Mrs. Falkenbery for a week's visit. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Porter were Saturday evening visit- ors with Mr. Porter's grand- mother, Mrs. Kate Porter, Stillwater. -O- IF Virgil Hall Will Present This Ad At aLUMWR'S CHAMPLIN before noon June 29 Will Receive 5 Gall of Gas WATCH THIS SPACE EACH WEEK--YOU MAY BE THE NEXT WINNER[ Mr. and Mrs. George Wat- kins, Perkins, Oklahoma, 'Mrs. Ruth Steen, Brenda and Gina, Stillwater, and Mr. and Mrs. Frank What. more, Coyle, Okla., were recent visitors of Jessie Lake, Stillwater Nursing Center Stillwater, Oklahoma. Mr. and Mrs Bently Shockiey were Wednesday night house guests of Mrs. Agnes Sasser, Perkins, Okla. Thursday morning they all attended Memorial Services in Enid for Russel Decker. Mr. and Mrs. Willard Moore, Stillwater are home after a stay in Atchi- son, Kansas, where they were called to the bedside of Mrs. Wilma Moore Fultz. (Mrs.Fultz is the sis- ter of Mr. Moore). She is still seriously ill. They also have another brother (Bubb) ill in Ohio. Mr. and Mrs. John What- more were in Ardmore, Okla. the last weekend and they returned by Haileyville, Okla., on their way home to visit Mrs. Whitmore's mo- ther. Mr. and Mrs. Frank What- more called Monday on Mr. and Mrs. Willard Moore, Stillwater, Okla. Lewis Rites Were Friday The funeral for John Lewis Melvin, Tryon, was Friday in Perry's St. Rose of Lima Catholic Church. He died at the age of 81, June 14, 1977, in Cushing Municipal Hospital. Father Anthony Ockers of Chandler officiated. Burial 'was in the Perry Church's Cemetery. He was born Jan. 31, 1896, in Mulhall and married the former Catherine Elizabeth Daylor,, Oct. 6, 1920, in Perry. He was a Catholic and had retired from work as an oil- field pumper. He had lived in the Tryon area the past 30 years. Surviving are his wife, a son, Louis John of Faixplain, Mo.; four daughters, Chris- tine Murray of Perkins, mrs. George Frazier of Cush- ing, Bernice Graham of Ken- drick and Mrs. Catherine Malget of Perry. A brother, two sisters, 21 grandchildren and 17 great- grandchildren, also survive. -O- Russel Decker, Prue, Okla., passed away the past week in Enid from a heart attack. He is survived by his wife, Faye (Warren) Decker, of the home, Linda a daugh- ter of Enid, one grandson, and two step sons, Clifford and Leo Balk. He was buried in Enid Thursday beside his step daughter Jean Balk. We were all friends and classmates at OSU. Mr. and Mrs. Bently Shockley and Mrs. Agnes Sasser visited Frank and Belle Whitmore Wednesday evening to tell them about the unexpected death of Mr. Decker. Mrs. Decker is well known in the Oak Dale community. She was a 1927 freshman classmate and friend of Belle What. more. The Deckers have visited frequently with the Whitmores. Rose Marie Dawson, Coyle, Okla., is to wed Paul Channel, Friday, June 24th at 7 o'clock at the Noble Avenue Baptist Church, Guthrie, Oklahoma. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Sammie Dawson of Coyle. We wish them a long and happy married life. -O- SIX PAYNE COUNTY STUDENTS NAMED HONOR STUDENTS Six students from Payne County have been named honor students for the just- completed spring trimester at Oklahoma State Tech, Okmulgee. Each earned a 3.0 or better grade point average on a 4.0 system throughout the 15.week spring trimester. Most students attended 30 hours of classes per week. Payne County honor stu- dents and their program of study include: Howard N. Wolfff, Cushing, numerical control machinist; Bobby W. Reals, Perkins, diesel me- chanics; Allen K. VanBus- kirk, Ripley, management and marketing; Eldon L. Beck, drafting technology; Mira Satterfield, culinary arts; and Gordon L. Wesley, diesel mechanics, all of Stillwater. -O- ATTENTION BOYS AND GIRLS Film to be shown in Library Thursday, June 23 at 3 o'clock. All ages are invited the Perkins Librarian says. The film to be shown has not been announced, but it will be youth oriented. ENTIRE STOCK REDUCED 10% Well Made , 2 pairs Knit Pants Other Pants for $14 00 Have Been Added Sizes 8 - 20 To Sale Rack Children's Sununer Jeans a Ladies PLUS I'N! &  Sizes 8-16 Sl0OO 00norts Tops/ and Wide assortment . ! SEED SEEDS OF ALL KINDS Su00s.er Tps Mungbean Contracts Comfortable and Cool Styles Cheat Removed from Wheat White and Pastels Custom Field Spraying for Weeds & Insects Bermuda Grass Sprigs Dug & Loaded Specializing in Oats, Rye & Wheat Custom Seed Cleaning & Treating Na-Ohurs Liquid Fertilizer Plen-T-4 Follar Feed GRAVES Route 2, Box I05 Perkins, Okle. 74059 1 mile west, 11/4 mile Hwy. 177 & 33 Intersection June 17 for Bill Stallworth, 52, Cushing trucker and oil field worker. He died late Tuesday in his Cushing home. Johnnie Case of Cushing conducted the service in Faidawn Cemetery, Cush- ing. A native of Cushing he was born there, July 31, 1924 and had made his home there most of his life. He was married to the former Vivian Robertson, Jan. 31, 1946, also in Cushing. Survivors include sons, Bill, Jr. of Cushing and Jack of Perkins; two daughters, Reta Apperson of Ripley, and Sharon Wells of Sea- brook, Tex.; his mother, Beulah Stallworth of Cushing a sister, Adelea Johnson of Cushing and 11 grandchild- ren. -o- JIM ED BROWN TO APPEAR AT CIMARRON BALLROOM Well-known country and western entertainers, Jim Ed Brown and Helen Cornel- ius will appear at the Cimar- ron Ballroom for a stage show on July 8th at 8 p.m. DOn Prickett, owner and manager, said the tickets will be on sale at $6 per person and $3.50 for children under 12. Brown describes himself as "consistent". The veteran showman has a consistent string of hit records. Special requests for songs which Brown made into hits are called out at personal ap- pearances. The Arkansas native responds with "the likes of Pop-A-Top Again, Love of the Common People, Morning, The Old Lamp- lighter, Scarlet Ribbons and the country version of an old French classic, The Three Bells." Brown's star continues to shine with two straight num- ber one records in a row with a duet partner Helen Corn- elius. Helen discovered her own formula for success by writ. ing it herself. In less than four years she was signed as s songwriter for Dutchess Music, a division of MCA records. By 1972, she had over 150 songs published. Two of these were publishea for Columbia "Teedle Dee Dee" and "Little Sugar Plum." Miss Cornelius' success came about when other vocalists, mostly fe- -male, recorded her songs. She also wrote "Little Girl Feeling, Time to Love Again and Happy Everything." -O- HOURS: 10 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. VIOLA 'S BO UTIQ UE 603 E. Kirk Are. Perkins -547.2862. l