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i 0f Christ News WnHnglmm of many of our the auditorium Saturday. Every- st noon to enjoy a the trees. We are so for their support. friend. Chrysantuf an uplifting us with an church is pro- homeland, Came- reminded us how ira- known by peal- to be known don~ believe. We Akem's visits mies him when he Sunday evening, faithfulness. grade and up class for a week's in Colorado. Our then~ We know great and Mark Uld- !the message once the Old Testament, seven miles of the he Dead Sea Scrolls? p.m., Thurs- fun to win onel -Oo LUMen Messages Esllnger 1985 is over a tremendous experi- W0re over 100 in atlas- teared; 3 mdedications it had will go on to each one who year's praise the blessing. Brenda were the of Bible School a terrific job. Thanks gone on vflca- we still had 95 in The message was Treasure Is, There It's ira- 18, at 7:30 p.m. ,In. Plan to llke to musical talent share in rt forget August 18! us with a vic. evening. We had despite of not having (one with a pulled want to mother), so~ne- victoriousl It was next game will 7:50 school is away, and the sum- It has hut a good blessed us with and cool tempera. and in the Lord! J. Cunningham, Perkins United Methodist Church News What a beautiful morning as our children made a '~oyful noise" with their musical instruments last Sun- day. A special thank you goes to our choir and musicians Jane and Irene for their song, "I Asked the Lord." It was a beautiful anthem as we shared the Lord's Supper together. The Youth Fellowship will be leaving Friday at 5:30 for their planning retreat at Camp Egan. And softball fans don't forget our Co-Ed softball game with First Baptist at 7:50 Thursday evening. This next Sunday morning will be a special day as we celebrate the 50th wedding anniversaries of the Holbrooks and the Caidwells. It will be an inspirational time for the en- tire church family as we give thanks to God for all families and blessings and for these wonderful marriages in Christ. .O- First Baptist Church News By Goldle L. Cowgor Bean Our attendance was down a little Sunday with 20 of our members in Arizona on a mission trip. Never- theless, we had 44 in the 8:30 ser- vice; 12fi at the 10:50 service; 44 in Childrens' Church and 6 in the Nursery for a total of 219 in Church Sunday. Brother Perry Cox from the Child Care Department brought the mor- ning message. His text was from Isaiah 45:22 and the title of his message was '~Iory of God Sal- vation. We enjoyed his message and invite him to be with us again Soon. Bob Duke provided the message in song, singing '~eulah Land." Bob always does a good job, we en- joy his singing. The special message in song for the evening service, "I Believe in a Hill Called Mt. Calvary," was beautifully done by Elizabeth Gaches. Thank you Elizabeth. The evening message was brought by Matt Miles, our Youth Minister. The text used was Isaiah 8. Brother Matt does a good job You have missed a blessing if you have not heard a service conducted by Brother Matt. Dates to Remember: Wednesday evening Bible Study ~tsr family meal and workers' meeting; Thurs- day, 7:50, ladies softball, sign up now for this fun time; Saturday, 2 p.m., youth bowling trip to Cush- ing; Saturday, 7:30 p.m., a baby shower for Anita {Westfail) Wilson; keep August 17 open--All Church Golf Tournamant--sign up now and watch those score cardsl Prayer Requests: Safe return of the mission people from Arizona; continued recovery of health for Jimmy Dodeon and Ralph Hardin at the Stil]watsr Nursing Home. Many activities in the making. Watch for finalizing of plans and come be a part d a growing church. I ~! be looking for you next Sunday. "O- CLARKSON-OAKDALE NEWS By Belle Whitmore Drew Beverage, Funeral services were conducted Rice family; Mrytle in Hominy, Monday, for Bill Alli. Reed, Charlene son, a longtime resident of Payne Moorman. County. He formerly was with the ~- Stillwater Fire Dept. and later for years was Fire Chief at Hominy un- former ~ til he retired. His only surviving brings home the relatives are Mrs. Twyla Priess and nothing remains the family. He was buried in Fairlawn :has known have pass- Cemetery where his parents and states: "For what is brother Dave are sleeping. a vapor, that ap-Recently Mr. and Mrs. DeVere time. and then Ingles went to Edmond for their James 4:14 grandson, Laurence Singleton's, the writer states: 15th hirthday. Mrs. Marion Wood, unto men once to Tulsa, went with them. Mrs. Wood spent the weekend with her of God, the Bible. parents. away, but Doris Disney came home the 30th away. ' Mat- of July after spending 3 weeks in California with her daughter and 10 HOMES TO TRAIN SIDING INSTALLERS IUNDIi IUPIIIVIIION)--FULLY GUARANTIID TO APPLY SOLID VINYL SIDING OR US STEEL SIDING WITH NEW INSULATION SYSTEM And Big Savings All Colors It Belongs on Your Home NO GIMMICKS COUPON TODAY--NO OBLIGATION DE .PT. A.W-F ALL WALL SUPPLY 3316 E, 39th Street Tulsa, Okla. 74135 " ....... Itltl ............... lip ............... " ......... A.M ............P.M. ........... Other family. Alroye Disney is in the tlolden Age llome in (luthrie and is no l ,tter. Mildred Majors spent Monday afternoon with her grandson Dan- ny while his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Kelvin Majors. were shopping in Oklahonm City. Mr. and Mrs. John Whitmore visited Sunday evening with Frank and Belle Whitmore. No news from most people. This hot weather must have sent every- one hunting for cooler places to visit. -e- Vince Pentecostal Church of God News Ray. W. C. Graham, Pastor Revival is still in progrese with Ray. Charles Beane, IV, of Ard- more, Oklahoma, author d the book, Angry Young Men and The Cro.~. The revival started on July 8, 1985. Ray. Beane was away 10 days and resumed the 25th of Ju- t3,. The revival will continue night- ly at 7:30 p.m. The public is welcome to come and worship with US. Several lives have been changed as they have listened to the message of Jesus Christ as presenb ad in a way from a man that was in Vietnam and came back a very bit- tsr person, sickness and disease in his body until Jesus healed ~ He will bring out some experiences from time to time as he brings his sermon The joy in his life has been a blessing to many people. We are located approximately 1 7/8 miles southwest of Perkins off Highway 177. O" EDEN CHAPEL By Donna Burton Mr. and Mrs. Harry Pettermann and family, along with other rela- tives helped Mr. and Mrs. E. A. I'ettermann of Stillwater celel)r.te their fi0th wedding anliiversary Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Burton call- ed on Mr. and Mrs. I)on Perceful Sunday. M rs. Maude llanks was dismiss- ed from Stillwater Hospital Satur- day after having surgery. She is in Westhaven Nursing Home, 1215 S. Western, Stiliwater, OK 74074. Anyone wishing to send cards to her will be appreciated. Louise Doddsnn visited Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Burton Friday even- ing. Everyone was sorry to hear of the death of Edgar Rice. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Looney from Bakersfield, California are here visiting Mr. and Mrs. Bob Burnett and relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Rick Burton and Jessie and Kanny Murlin and Frank Sutliff called on Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Burton Friday evening. The annual Murlin reunion will be held Sunday, August 11th at the Free Methodist Campgrounds in Perkins. Relatives and friends are welcome to attend. We are glad Iva Show is home from the hospital and is doing okay. Mr. and Mrs. Danny Kinkade and Daniel and Opal Courtright just got back from a trip to Milwaukee and Wisconsin where they visited Mr. and Mrs. Gene Courtright and fami- ly and other relatives and did some sightseeing. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Burton called on Mr. and Mrs. Don Perceful of Tryon Sunday. Jimmy Don Courtright was Sun- day evening dinner guest of Opal Courtright. Mr. and Mrs. Jed Banks called on Mr. and Mrs. Joe Burton Sunday. Arlene Matney and Donna and Chris Murlin visited Elsie Pock Wednesday. The Perkins Journul Thursday. August 8. 1!t8.5 PAIiF] 13 M rs..la,'k I,am. vi.~itl~l M r. llnd Mrs. Ih)l) I|urnett 'l'ui,sday. There won't I~. any news nexL wi~k. I will Iw in the hospital filr surgery. -O- NORTHSIDE CLEANERS I)~tv,~ lip W..h,w I)t,~l,,.,, lh,,~,H,h,Hy ( h.,:n,,tl ,.,,t I ,.~ I ,,hh,,I ;117 0644 4Pl, /~ Nh.,~ Baskin-Robbins is now conducting 1s fabulous Fountain Festival. Ar',Cl you're invited to a medley ot our greatest tilts. Spectacular Banana Splits, Hot Fudge Sundaes, shakes, sodas and malls made with youl lavorlle 31 Flavors Now lsn'l that musi~ to your ears? KIN-ROBEIN ICg CRg.S,M STORr. Fast- Friendly Service 603 N. Main 372-4492 Attend the Let's Worship Togeth -elfl.l- First Chert4~ of God Arnold ~k~lth, P~ltor Sunday School 9:45 am Morning Worship I 1 :(X) o m, Youlh Artivities 6:30 Drn Evening Worship 7:30 p.m. Wed. ~rvica 7.30 p.m. Fl~t Ih~lted Metl~tt Church Gety W. Wo~tle~, Pm~te Mocnlng Worth,o930 am Church School 1030 o.m Wed ~ible Study 7:30 pm. Youth Meohng 6:0~ p m Church ef C~rlet Bible Study t0:O0 a.m Mor~mW Worship 11:00o, m Evening Wotshlp 7:00 p.m. PlClt Chyllthlfl I~Ul'llll Phil M~Ie@tt, I~tet(N' Sunday SChOOl10:00 o.m. Morning Worship t |:00 o.rn. Youth Fetiowshap 600p.m Evangelistic ~erv 7~00 pro. Wed Service 7:00 p.m. --ItlK~|. ANombly of God Church David H|ln# Petter Sunday SchOol 9 45 o m Morn,rig Worsh,p 1 I:00 O m Even,nl~ Wo~s~,p 7;00 p m, Wed Family Night ?toSI5pm Church of Christ Morning Worship 10:(30 O m Even*rig Worship 6:00 p m Wed Bible S~udy 7:30 p.m Choice this teemm Fires Iheptlet Chtw~h Adesmtl~t llltert Ikmlth. P~ltor Sobbath School 9:30 a.m. --laSH CH/|,PlL-- Sunday Worsh~p 8:30 a.m.Worship Service I1:00 a,m,UnltedMellMethodlStBudd, PastorChUrch Sunday WorshiplO:50 a.m, ElClef Don S=er, Pastor Mor,,~ Wo,~h,p ~:4~ ~, ,,, Sundoy Schoo}~0 45 o m Troinlng Union 6:00 pro. U~HNNI Nt~t Chufdl Evemng Worshp7 00 pm Sunday Even. 7:00 p m LuCInC~I S. Holmes, Pastor Wed~ Bible Study 7 (X) p m Wed Eve 730 ~ m Church School 9:4S o.m UMYF 7:00 pm Morning Worship ( 1 :(30 am. First Christian Ct~urchvim PmmN~oste| Church Ron Runyon, Pastor el God --LOST CiliK-- Church School 9:45 &m. W.C. ~h~m. I~t~tor United Ntothodllt Church Wor~hip Serv.10:45 a,m. Sundoy SchoolV4,g o.m Nlall Rudd, Pastor Worship ~viceI 1 ;00 o rn. Sunday School1000 a m T.~En Ho~lr.... 6:00 p,m. Evangelism 6:~0 pm Morning Worship tl:00 a ,I/ Even. Servlc~ 7:00 p,m, Wed Proyer Mtg 7'30 p m @ Did you ever look down railroad tracks and wonder where they went.., or put your ear to the track, listen to the hum, and try to guess when the train would reach you? These questions we may have asked when we were children, but as adults it is time to ask... Are we headed in the righl direclion? Are we prepared for things in the fulure regardless of when they will rriw? Choose now the path you will t,ke. Let the church help guide you. *Oh that my ways were directed to keep lhy statutes!" Mehan Union Church 5 ml l of 177' on Mehan Road Larry Esllngar, Pastor Sunday Srhoo! ]0 O0 o.m Morn,ng We sh,p 1 1 O0 am B~hle Study 7:(X) p m Young P~,(;pie 7 O0 D m Trinity Tobernacle Pentecostal Church of God 723 E, 17th Stitlwoter Sunday AM. I0 a.m. Sundoy P.M. 7 p.m. Thurs. RM. 7 p.m. I~lte, r Sunday School 9:45 O m. Mormng Worship I I:00 O m Evening Warship 6:30 p m Wed. Bible Study 630 p m Flyer Ik~tltt Church Cu~e, T~ Sun~oy Srhoot I0:~ o m Worship 11 '1~) O. m Sun Ev ,-,- e...,,g 7:00 prr, ~r~tkm Onkm Ckur~ Ted OIInNm, PltOr SundOy ~hool |0:00 o m Mornir~ Worship I I:00 O m CYE 600 pm -.GUINC~I-- l~ly el G~I Church Sundoy School 9:45 am Morning Worship | |:00 o m Evan~listi~ Serv. 7:00 pm Wednetday M~dwaak 5erwce 7:30 p m Unlt~l Nk~thodlst ~l~r~h Church ~cnool Iu:U~ Om Mornm9 Worsh*p 11 !G0 a m MYF 5"30 p. m Wedne~lay Midweek Serv,e 7:30 D m. Pl~st aoptlst Church --CAIINIY -- Plrlt ~tlttlen Climb Sunday School I0:00 a m Church Services I 1 :(70 a. m Youth Meehng 3!00 p.m Evening Service 6~0 pro. A,ratably el GOd Ch,~h Dam |tewlrt, Pastmr Sunday ~chOol 9:45 om Church Service |O:4S am Evening Worship 6:30 p.m Wed. Evening 7:00 p m Morning Worship 10:45 om Evemng Service 7:30 p.m. Bible Study, rues 7:~I0 pm Chotr, Wed. 7:30 p.m. aJomee~ VeSey ml i el ltllhlmll in I l 5undoy School IO:00 o,m. Nt~Mfling Worihip I1:(~1 o.rn Young People 7:~I0 p.m Evening Wonlhip 7:~) p.m J~ckle McAnel~ ml |, |ml W~lf lnnwlltef Sundoy School IO:gO o,m. Morning Worlhtp I I :~0 o.m. Evening Wo~htp 6'00 p.m. This Ad Sponsored by the following. EADES HARDWARE "A GOOd Hardware In alk~er's Dry ~ls GOOd Town" Store 102 t. M~I~I~rkl~e 141 $. M~ln 547.2472 ~.a~ ..... per ins OK .............. kle les.'~ Wm |4t.SS~l Pe~klm, OK apes 70ey4 Week o.m. to 10 p.m, 44~.e~0~ He-|I|| Hwy ItS N of City IqlmtNS. OKL&NOM& Cooper Mud Company 500 N. Mtd~lgan Cushing, Oklahoma 91g.225-270~