Newspaper Archive of
The Perkins Journal
Perkins, Oklahoma
August 22, 1996     The Perkins Journal
PAGE 9     (9 of 14 available)        PREVIOUS     NEXT      Full Size Image
PAGE 9     (9 of 14 available)        PREVIOUS     NEXT      Full Size Image
August 22, 1996

Newspaper Archive of The Perkins Journal produced by SmallTownPapers, Inc.
Website © 2023. All content copyrighted. Copyright Information.     Terms Of Use.     Request Content Removal.

AUGUST 22, 1996 Project Heart held at the Lost Creek United Church, August 15, p.m. for Donald J. "Don" Lee of Coyle. Mr. Lee r erl lS set in Oklahoma City on August 12, 1996. Project HEART Senior Nutri- was at the family farm, Yellow Rose Ranch. tion, located at 312 W. 9th, de- Was born October 29, 1933 to Donald Wesley and livers meals to the Perkins area in Pampa, Texas. He came to Oklahoma in and volunteer drivers are needed from Capital Hill High School. He served to assist in the delivery of this 2nd Class Petty Officer during the Korean War route. Please Contact Jonita He lived in Edmond from 1958 until mov- Milligan, director, at 372-1201, Logan County where he lived for 12 years, if you could spare one hour a day a farm in Payne County seven years ago where he to bring warmth to a homebound of his life. On June 6, 1958, he married Nita F. individual's day. Oklahoma. He was a member of the First Chris- The menu for next week in- and was a farmer/deputy sheriff, cludes: by his parent and one son, Michael Kim oMonday, August 26: baked macaroni and cheese with ham by his wife of the home; two sons, Randy Jones of cubes, Italian mixed vegetables, J. Lee of the home; one daughter, Candace orange juice, a hot roll with but- four grandchildren, Randy Jones, Jr., ter and oatmeal cake for dessert. Crystal Jones and Annabelle Lee. Also, two brother, Tuesday, August 27: hot turkey a and Kenneth Lee of Oklahoma City. salad, broccoli, confetti corn rel- Carl Hiner, Alvie Morris, Pete Windiate, Kelly ish, a whole wheat roll with but- Bob Tillman. ter and cherry cobbler for des- sert. Were held Tuesday, August 20, 1996, at 10 a.m. oWednesday, August 28: baked Cl urch in Cleveland, Oklahoma, for Marvell F. fish, scalloped potatoes, tomato, W. O. Boomer officiated. She passed away Sun-cucumber and onion in vinegar 1996 at her home in Cleveland at the age of 83. and oil dressing, cornbread ole born February 3, 1913, in Binkleman, Nebraskawith butter and fruit marshmal- (Waiters) Warren. She married Harvey low dessert. 24, 1929 in Perkins. Marvell and Harvey oThursday, August 29: baked and around Perkins from 1929 until 1986, at pepper steak with gravy, moved to Cleveland. Marvell had been employedwhipped potatoes, vegetable va- of Georgia Burtchi, Bob White and Thomas N. riety salad, a hot roll with but- as a bookkeeper. She retired in 1982. Marvellter and apricot pineapple crisp being of her family and she was a member for dessert. of the Nazarene in Cleveland. She was preceded in oFriday, August 30: ham and faat son and one brother, Orville. pinto beans, oven fried okra, to- by her husband, Harvey, of the home; one daugh- mate relish, cornbread with but- of Cleveland, two grandchildren, four great ter and tropical apples for des- great-great grandchildren. Also, two broth- sert. of Stillwater and Otis Warren of Guthrie; and Woodard of Guthrie. Attention Summer League Baseball summer honor rolls Coaches: students earned recognition on academic honor All uniforms and equipment ,, summer session at Oklahoma State University. must be turned in by September he President's Honor Roll for the summer sesmon, 1, 1996. If not turned in by this least six credit hours, make no grade below date, you will be billed by the City no incomplete courses, of Perkins, Park and Recreation the Dean's Honor Roll a student must carry at Department. Check-in hours are make a 3.5 grade point (B average) or higher, esday and Thursday, 6-8p.m. C and no incomplete courses, at the main pavillion at Billy making the President's Honor Roll include:Dickson Park McCullough, Penelope Palmer and Michael Corky Vick, director to the Dean's Honor Roll are: Allison Dowty, Perkins Park and Rec Depart- an and Brims Murray. ment Recently touring the clothing division of STIC, INC. in Cushing are (front) Susan Diel, Tom Diel, cf Perkins; owners, State Representative Dale Wells, (back) Sherri Kiker, vice-president Cushing Chamber of Corn: merce, (left), J. D. Colbert, Congressman Brewster's representative, Brent Kislinger, Senator Inhofe's rep resentative, Don Ethridge, Cushing Economic Development Council, John Green, Rural Enterprises Inc. Chairman of the Board and Brenda Magdeburg, Senior Vice President of the Bank of Cushing. As a young Marine Lieutenant in Vietnam, Darryl Roberts had the courage tolead men into battle. He was decorated for gallantry. i i! As a PrOSeCUtOr, Darryl Roberts Md the courage to look crimi- nals in the eye and convince juries to put them away. As a State Senator, Oarryl Roberts had the courage to fight for our children, senior citizens, veterans, farmers, ranchers, victims' rights and jobs in rural areas. AS our Congressman, Darryl Roberts will" families don't to give have the courage to stand up to Newt Gingrich and tell him our senior citizens and working want to see Medicare slashed tax cuts to the rich. What we need in a Congressman. Paid for by Oarryl Roberts for Congress Committee. Kaye Roberts, Treesurer, p.o. Box 672, Ardmom. OK 73402