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Pictorially Speaking FOR A GOOD DOG "My little dog ten years ago Was arrogant and spry, Her ,m kbone was a bended bOW/For arrows in her eye. ;k step was proud, her  rs loud. Her nose was in the sky, But she was ten years YOunger then, ,4nd o my fn'end, was L Ogden Nash Photo by Robert Stonesifer, II1 i Sc00nior Citizens News By Clarrcy Cook l)on't forget Sunday, 14 will be Gospel again from 2 to 4. W ' also looking for- to a fun day this when the Senior As usual we had a large crowd, at least 139, for music Monday night. The music was good and everyone seemed to have a good time. Goldie Lacy and Lula Stratton kept the coffee hot and the iced tea glasses group from Perry filled. At the beginning of to return our visit to ' each month Mildred Cash makes the list of ladies 'center, and to share our dinner. e are good about what they have with o, Citizens and the Last Friday evening Holbrook drove up to Center with a large of real nice canta- They were certainly by all those present. doesn't pay to miss whose turn it is to serve in the kitchen on Monday nights. Sometimes changes have to be made due to illness, vacations ,or other plans but she works it out so there's someone. Glad to report that Lydia Hillhouse and Bernice Davis have returned home from the hospital. Mae Vassar attended a Glencoe Public Schools Start August 29th Giencoe Public Schools will begin classes on Monday, August 29, at 8:45 a.m. Superintendent Paul Pettigrew has announced. Buses will run at approxi- mately the same time as last year. New students to Glencoe should contact the school office at 669-2261 or come to the school to find out which bus they will ride and when they will be picked up ,each morning. New school enrollment will take place according to the following schedule. August 24, 9:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m., Seniors; 1:00 p.m. to 3:00 p.m., Juniors; August 25, 3:00 p.m., Freshmen. Elementary students in Kindergarten through 8th Grade will enroll August 24, 1:00 p.m. to 3:00 p.m. and August 25, 9:00 a.m. to ll:Of a.m. Both elementary and high school students may enroll late Friday, August 26, 9:00 a.m. to 10:00 a.m. Children entering Glencoo schools for the first time need to bring birth certificate and record of immunizations. Every child entering school in grades Kindergarten through Twelfth must have received no less than three doses of DPT, four doses of polio vaccine, one dose of 9:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m., family reunion in Missouri Sophomores; 1:00 p.m. to recently, and Gertrude New- port visited her brother and his family, including his new grandchild. Recent visitors were Jan- ice Franks, Hennessey, J. R. and June Bales, Ponca City, elmer and Carolyn Stanton, Durango, Colo., daughter of Ruth Stanley, Scott and David Ferguson, York, Neb., rubeola vaccine, and one dose of rubella vaccine. o a rkson, k Date News '  BELLE WH1TMORE . to the Center, never what goodies you is. and Lula fired the kiln Saturday and gave kiln room a cleaning Watching the kiln. t Easter appliqued quilt was put in the hes last Friday. Th9 are set together with of orchid and white gingham making a etty quilt. It is being Guy and Lucille Haskett, n diamonds. Phoenix, Ariz. SUmmer Sale Continues PLUS Back to School Knee Highs Jump Suits in sizes 7 to 14 Little Girls' Pretty Split.Pant Sets. 4to 6x DENIM IS IN! Ladies Denim Jean sets with jacket, vest and 1 or 2 pairs of matching jeans Long Slips.Adjustable straps, 4 to Western Shirts & Jeans and Sox Viola's Boutique 603 E. Kirk Perkins Graveside services were held in Stillwater Fairlawn Cemetery recently for Mary Parker Barrett, 74, who died July 29th in a Lawton hospital. She was raised north of StiUwater and was a graduate of OSU. She taught several years in numerous rural schools in Payne County. She is survived by two daughters: Leona Hale, White Sands, NM, and Marcia Sikes, Gila Bend, Arizona, two sisters Wi!wa Wiley, Lawton, and Grace Plummer, Wichita, Kansas and 5 grandchildren. The First National Bank of Coyle has been sold to Ron Murray and Jim Mueller, Oklahoma City. Murray will be the new President. The bank was started by M. E. Fruin in 1903. His daughter Carlotta has been with the Coyle bank for 51 years and President since 1963. She is now a resident of Guthrie but we will miss her at the bank. The same employees will continue to serve the people of Coyle. Mr. Alma Harshman,74, was laid to rest in Marena Cemetery Saturday. He died Thursday in the Stillwater hospital after a lengthy illness. He is survived by his widow Bertha (Whitmore) Harshman, sons Bill, Bob, and daughters Clara and Evelyn and 10 grandchild- ren, also a sister Viola and brother Melvin of California. Rev. Ray Sherman conduc- ted memorial services. Mr. and Mrs. Vern VanBebber and family have returned home after a vacation in Texas. While gone they visited Mr. and Mrs. Bill Whitmore and family, Baytown, Texas. Mr. VanBebber will start teach- ing August 15th at Harrah where he has taught for several years. -0" on Ittlo00 r our Indoor or OU. Y ' " 226"+|q4' t llOutdoorgardening I -----lcome to the plant people- rut Wom.a 16 gtma oAaaclf "! ,en,eNew, I by Mrs. Sherman Bower i= , " . :2  _ Mr. and Mrs. Orville Sawyer are spending some time in the home of their daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Buster Keeton and girls, Breckenridge, Texas. Mrs. Keeton (the former Lynn Sawyer) is a patient in a hospital, and the Sawyers are caring for the three small girls. Mr. and Mrs. Glen-Strain and granddaughter, April Bishop and Mr. and Mrs. Tony Homer and children spent Sunday afternoon at Lake Keystone picnicing and swimming. All enjoyed the afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. "Nick" Nichols and Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Nichols, Morrison, visited in Caldweli, Idaho with their brother, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Nichols, who has been ill. They found him much better. Mr. and Mrs. Chester Bilyeu, Stillwater, were Sunday dinner guests of Katie Tucker. Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Emmett Blanchard were Mr. and Mrs Claud Jones and son Dale Woodward, Oklahoma and Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Flora, Stillwater. Mr. and Mrs. Merle Blanchard moved the past week to their new home in Morrison. Sorry to lose them but happy they are not far away. Mr. and Mrs. Les Grote were Sunday afternoon visitors of Mrs. Daisy Lynch, Pawnee. Mr. and Mrs. Carry Cunningham, Lisa, Brian, Cordell, were Friday and Saturday visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Don Bislaop and April. Saturday all traveled to Tulsa to visit the zoo, Kiddie Land and to McDonald's for much enjoyed hamburgers. All enjoyed the day. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Kelso vacationed last week in Phoenix, Tucson, and Alpine Arizonia, sight-seeing and visiting friends and fellow- workers. They stopped on the way back in Flagstaff, Arizona. Their granddaugh- ter, Molly Jane came home with them to spend two weeks. The Kelsos report a good time and the scenery beautiful. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Rosell spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Walter Linsen- meyer, taking their children home after spending some time with their grandparents Mr. and Mrs. Linsenmeyer and Mr. and Mrs. Lester Rose I, Stillwater. Guests over the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Fent were Mr. and Mrs. Ray Todd, Bartlesville, Mrs. Barbara Pease, Denver, Colorado, Mrs. Iola Seamer, Orange, California, Mrs. Marie Haney, Odessa, Texas Mrs. Pease, Mrs. Seamer, and Mrs. Haney remained for a week. These ladies are sisters of Lloyd Fent. Faye Rush, Blackwell, visited Saturday with his sister, Mr. and Mrs. Charley Patten, Jr. Rev. James Eubank, Pastor of the Assembly of God Church, Pawnee, visited Monday morning with Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Clapp and Wilma. Julia Sappington and sister of Chandler, were Sunday af- ternoon visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Clapp and Wilma. Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Baker were Mr. and Mrs. Kenny Applegate, Mr. and Mrs. Rick Weaver and children, Mr. and Mrs. Jackie Jones and children, Mr. and Mrs. Dusty Applegate, all of Sapulpa. Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Peterson and Brian, Okla- homa City, were weekend visitors of Mrs. Leta Olinghouse and Mr. and Mrs. Jess Tipton. Mr. and Mrs. David Creager and family, Kansas City, Mo., visited Saturday The Perkins Journal morning with Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Knox. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Budzene and children, Ponca City, were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Homer and family. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Treat returned home Saturday after vacationing three weeks in Canada and various other parts of interest. Mr. and Mrs. Bud Brown, Perkins, were Friday even- ing visitors of Tom Brown. Mr. and Mrs. Larry Shell and children, Fairview, spent this week with Larry's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Shell. Larry is attending a conference held at O.S.U. in StiUwater. MUSICAL GROUP MEET The musical group met over the weekend in the home of Mrs. Ethel Ander- son, Lokoma, Oklahoma. Those attending were Mr. and Mrs. Lester Vaughn, Lokoma, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Dotty, Hermon Bow- man, Enid, Mr. and Max Porter, Ponca City, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Porter, Jr., Mrs. Kate Porter, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Porter, and Mr. and Mrs. Vyrle Porter, Stillwater, Mr. and Mrs. Elmo Hesser, Mr. and Mrs. Myrle Porter, Glencoe. Cov- ered-dish dinner and water- melon were served Sunday night. Much fun and music were enjoyed by all. FLOR/L VALLEY CLUB The Floral Valley Club met July 20th in the home of Betty Prichard. Gifts were awarded to the outgoing offi- cers and members having perfect attendance. Members present were Betty Spiva, Nathalee Cox, Marylyn Sears, Juanita Dvorak, Kay Burnett, Ruby Boyd, Elsie Murphy, Anna Porter, Beverly Shenold, Ann Barrows, and Betty Prichard. Plans were made for sponsoring Founders day held each year. The lesson on Tension and Strife was given by Kay Burnett. Next meeting will be held August 17 in the home, of Sandy Gilchrist. Guests are wel- come. Thursday night supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Myrle Porter were Mr. and Thursday, Aueust I 1. 1977.3 Mrs. Edgar Driver. Colum- bus, Ohio, Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Porter and girls. Fairfax and Mr. and Mrs. Jimmie Porter. Christina and Jolena Porter, Stillwater, were weekend visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Jimmie Porter. The girls spent Sataurday night with their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Myrle Porter. Harold Courtright returned home Saturday after spend- ing a month with his daughter. Mrs. Nina Eyle and family, Port Angeles, Washington. He also visited Mrs. Courtright's sister, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Good- enough, Ocean Park. Wash- ington. Mrs. Eyle, the former Nina Courtright. visited her parents. She and her father made the trip by plane. It was his first plane ride. Jack Dove, Ponca City, was a Sunday afternoon visitor of his sister, Mr. and Mrs. Sherman Bower and Mr. and Mrs, Jim Kincaid. -0- Rites were held Friday for Don Pace Funeral services for Don Gaylen Pace, Rt. 4. Stillwa- ter, were held Friday, August 5. 1977 at Strode Chapel. Pace, 19, died Tuesday, August 2. 1977 at Stillwater Municipal Hospital following injuries received in an automobile collision west of Perkins. Interment was in Sunset Memorial Gardens with the Rev. Gerald Holden officia- ting. Pace was born May 3, 1958, in Stillwater. the son of Ernest and Millie Stollings Pace. He lived in and around Stillwater most of his life, and was a 1976 graduate of Perkins-Tryon High School. He is survived by his parents, his maternal grand- mother, Lurline Stollings of Ripley, his paternal grand- parents, John and Pearl Pace of Rt. S; a sister, Mrs. Denita Bailey of Broken Arrow, and two brothers, Scott and Russ, both of the home. 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