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Elm'kson.Oak Date Neu00s BELLE WHITMORE drilling rig has been on the Lou McAnal- and Mrs. John and Mrs. Moore were week- of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Sherman, Clarita, Okla. Alma Harshman has re- turned again to the Stillwater Hospital after a short stay at home. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Whitmore called recently on | 4-It and FFA members competed judging contest at the Fourth Junior Polled Hereford Heifer and Forum in Oklahoma City in ith this team from Perkins-Tryon second place honors in the division. Pictured left to right are Mr. and Mrs. Henry Niemeyer of Coyle. Word has been received of the recent death in California of Mrs. Evelyn LaBelle. She was the former wife of the i late Glen Charboneau. Serv- ices were in California. She is survived by her husband Glen LaBelle and one daughter by her first marriage. Marie Singleton, Okla- homa City is visiting her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Devere Ingles. Recently the First Chris. tian Church, Wellston, Okla. held a poster contest, to promote their Bible School. The winning poster to be placed in a window in Wellston and to receive $5 prize money. Todd Van- Bebber, 10 year old son of Mr. and Mrs. Vern VanBebber won 1st place, winning over both the senior and junior entries. He was very proud of his recognition at the Bible School pro- grams. Several relatives from Coyle attended memorial services recently for Floyd DeLay, who died in the Veterans Hospital at Okla- homa City. He was the nephew of Leonard Parks, / Dot Eckman and-Opal Lillie Kitley, New Palestine, Ind., National Polled Hereford Queen; Jeff Brown, Guy Rose, Pecos Bridenstine and Rodney Wiklson, team members; and Gary L. Eyster, district sales manager, Curtiss Breeding Service, Morrison, Okla., sponsor of the judging contest. Johnson of Coyle. He is survived by two sisters, Agnes Brown and Alma Davis and a brother "Peg" of Stillwater. Congratulations to Rev. Terry Mott, Okemah, Okla., the new preacher at the Paradise Valley Trinity Bap- tist Church, was married Saturday at the Millwood Baptist Church, Oklahoma City to Debra Wells, Oklahoma City. They have left for a honeymoon in Arkansas. Tracy Lucas of OBU filled his pulpit Sunday. Rev. Herman Powell has retired from preaching and he and Mrs. Powell have returned to live in Shawnee. The community is sorry to lose them from our community. Rev. Powell was a very devoted man and he helped build the new church. Mr. and M. Ray Smith and daughter, Denise, Wich- ita, Kan. were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Smith. also guests of Smiths were Mr. and Mrs. John Hopkins and family of Guthrie. -o- A L IT'S A GIRL[ Mr. and Mrs. Jeff David Reed, Glencoe, announce the birth of their first child, a girl, born July 27, 1977 at Stillwater Municipal Hos- pital. She was given the name of Andrea Shannon and weighed seven pounds and six ounces. Mrs. Reed is the former Vicki Hunt, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd V. Hunt, Ripley. Paternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Jeff E. Reed, former Stillwater residents, now living in Lewisville, Tex. The Perkins Journal Thursday, August 6, 1977.5 NEVADA VISITORS Recent visitors in the homes of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hansen and the Rev. Lorn Starling family were Mr. and Mrs. Ray Cypret, Jacque and Julie of Las Vegas, Nev. Mrs. Cypret is the daughter of the Hansens and a sister of Mrs. Starling, and Ray is a grandson of Mrs. Della Hackworth of Carney. While in Oklahoma the Cyprets attended a reunion of descendants of Oda Lowe and the late James Lowe in Cushing. Forty-eight of 65 relatives were present. The Hansens and Starlings also attended. ROUNDUP CLUB NEWS The Carney Round-Up Club held an Open Play Day, Saturday night July 30 at the Carney local arena. There were several events with trophies and ribbons being given for winners in each bracket. COMMUNITY SING The fourth Sunday com- munity singing was held Sunday July 24 at the Carney First Baptist Church. A good crowd attended. The next singing will be Aug. 28 at the Carney Christian Church. Everyone is welcome. THIS AND THAT Shayne Chesmore of Enid was a recent visitor in the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Chesmore and sister Kryssa. He also visited his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Larry Gaither during the stay. Other week end guests were Miss Johna Chesmore of Stillwater and Dave Chesmore. Mrs. Chesmore and Mrs. Gaither visited recently with Mrs. Rettie Johnson, who is in a nursing home in Chandler. The L. O. Gaithers visited with Mrs. Amos Sadler of Perkins recently. The Max Myers family was in Eastern Oklahoma last week end for a canoe trip down the Illinois River. They returned recently from a trip to Mississippi where tffey went to join Max's mother and bring her home after a visit with relatives. On their trip they stopped in Mem- phis, Tenn., to visit former Carney residents, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Kinsey and boys. Everyone Have a Nice. Day. -O o New Arrival IT'S A BOY! Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Lightfoot of Stiilwater are the proud parents of a son, born July 23 at the Stillwater Hospital. He has been named Ronald Joe and weighed six pounds and 11 '/2 ounces. Grandparents are Mr. and ' Mrs. Johnny Dean and Mr. and Mrs. Jack Lighffoot, all ' : of Perkins. A great grand- mother is Mrs. Birdie Bishop 7 of Phoenix, Ariz. -O o SpeciattV Shoppe MATERNITY WEAR INFANTS" AND CHILDREN'S WEAR 107 W,st 7th St. Phone 37'2-3265 m Sports! i!! i i!!i!i I i Perkins Royals finished as in the Stillwater Park and 12 and Under American Little this season. They entered the zent with an 8-4 record. played five games in the tournament, which them a second place trophy, out to Shawnee's number 1 team Pitching for the local team this Vere Bobby Buck, Craig Bradley Hoover. Dennis Hawxby and John Hoover each hit a home run and Steve Woods, Bobby Buck and John Hoover all had over .500 batting averages. Pictured above they are: Harlan McKosato, Van Hawxby, Travis Fowler, John Hoover, Craig Bradley, and Ryan Wilson. 2nd row, l to r-DeWayne Hunter, Steve McDaniel, Dennis Hawxby, Bobby Buck, Steve Woods, Dennis Tillery. Back row- coaches Darrell Sadler and Danny Kastl. [Photo by Cecil Acufjq PICTURED ABOVE ARE THE YELLOW JACKETS: Front row, 1 to r- Kelly Sue Hastings, Diana Herring, Kristi Longan, Julie Payne, Cindy Field, Karen Branstetter, Kristi Houck. Second row, ! to r- Karen Kirby, Carla Higgins, Shelly Olson, Debbie Hunter, Stacy Thurman, Connie Kirby, and Cheryl Lile. Back row-Coaches. Barbara Herring, Patsy Lile and Jean Hastings. [Photo by Cecil Acufj] SUPPORT YOUR TEAM.. WE, DO..SEE YOU A T THE GAME . BLUMER'S CHAMPLIN STATION DEL-MARS FOOD STORE .2u 1, s.  CORNER FASHIONS s47.2sss 219 S. MAIN" 547-2849 101" S. MAIN HARVEY BRIXEY ' " FARMERS UNION INSURANCE 1 SOUTH MAIN STREET 7-2414 VASSAR COMPANY )7 N. MAIN OLSON HARDwARE.C.,  $47-2472 111 S. MAIN' ? I?PERKINS PLUMBING SHOP 111% S.MAIN WHISTLE STOP M7.2421 547-2461 .547-2100 CIMARRON AUTO PARTS STUMBO & W. SECOND HARLAND WELLS BAKER'S DRY GOODS .... 102 S. MAIN, STRODE FUNERAL HOME 372.5550 BILL AND JOAN McDANIEL CIMARRON VALLEY COOP, INC. 547-2700 247. MAIN Doll Rags, Inc. Dave & Charla Cupp Jr. Sports Wear Perkins PAYNE COUNTY BANK RALPH'S PACKING COMPANY N.W. OF PERKINS CARL AND CLEO ROSE PERKINS 'Y' LIVESTOCK AUCTION M7-2&13 N.W. OF PERKINS