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22, 1996 Happy anniversary to us and world are within arm's reach. ZENS many more as happy. He's my Here. At home, where we teach best friend. You betcha! our children the basic verities of Though love be deeper, life and reinforce them in our- Friendship is more wide. selves. Honest, courage, compas- his tern- And together keep the soul alive, sion, self-respect, and respect for that anger causes * Hostesses served 99 guests ad the rights of others. The infinite 14:29 14 musicians. The refreshments value of freedom, justice and of the human ex- were great, Esther Ham and brotherly love. Taught by word It is the Orene Dean. Thelma Smith and deed. be alive - brought extra cookies. We appre- Our best defense against the ofex- ciate each of ou.' dark side of the world starts in of mu- *Saturday night revelers, boy! the warm havens of our own Friends show Someone rang the bell, waved a homes. Where our children learn we can flag, passed the word - a big to voice their views without fear where crowd present having fun to-of censure or ridicule. Where gether. Friends are wonderful, truth is evident. Where the spirit is the core of Mildred & Claud Cash, Marga-of loving and giving is practiced answers come ret Suggs, Elsie Grant, Edith every day. us to our Cretsinger, Bertha Pricer, Pete Till next we meet dea friends, the individual and Viola Gunkel, Jeanette I wish you peace and love. made us who Owen, Esther and Jimmie T. us together, Ham, Wayne and Geraldine IOWa Tribe provides a part of Allen, Guy and Cleta Rivers, bonds us and Jewell Rivers, Ed and Flora elder meal program is the unspokenCundiff and Bob Beliet. The Iowa Tribe provides home mks to Mon- *Friday nighters were Estherdelivered meals and meals at the po- and Jim Ham, Wanda Chapman, Whitecloud for native American music. Mildred and James Hall, Ivalelders age 55 and older, in corn- Lorraine and Hesser, Gerald and Kathleen bination with people who have Jirnmie Ham, Johnson, Walt Davis - had fun! disabilities, The meals are pro- Havel, fun! Billy Jack and Jerry Cox vided with a suggested donation the Coles are were in Texas, running all over of $2.50, however, no one is de- from Perkins; Padre Island. Buck and Jewell dined service. Outreach services Howard McCorkel were resting - Olgaare also begin provided, offering Tomlinson, Evelyn Havel, Elsie an in-home assessment to coor- 8tillwater; Bill Grant- we missed you. dinate senior services to assist Garner Sadler *The Picnic Birthday luncheon and elder in maintaining inde- of Cush- wassofun-JeanetteOwendeco- pendence within their own have rated the tables with red hand- home. For more information for us. Won- kerchiefs and flowers. Big rain- about meals or senior services, ! bow-colored bows and table- contact Elyse Gordon at 547- and new bring no cloths and balloons hung from 5407. those you fans, lights, doors and alllll over The menu for next week will 'EVENTs: everywhere. The food was dell- include: cious and different. Melons, co- *Monday, August 26: ham salad 7-9:30 p.m. neys, hot dogs, beans, potato sandwiches, potato salad, baked is Open 1 to salad, chips, dip, ice cream, cake beans, peaches and milk. - boy! Talk about "undieting" - we *Tuesday, August 27: grilled con- did that - all 26: Elsie Grant, cheese sandwiches on whole Edith Cretsinger, Jeanette wheat bread, lettuce salad, fruit sharp, mark Owen, Lula Stratton, Gertrude juice, peanut butter cookies and 26, Senior Ishmael (who is indispensable as milk. erve the Lionsfar as the salute to the flag is .Wednesday, August 28: steam- thdeC::t:l concerned, you do a great job, fry fry bread, green beans, pine- ; " " Gertrude), Esther and Jim Ham, apple upside down cake and Opal McKaughan, Tony and milk. hate food.Orene Dean, Gerald and .Thursday, August 29: baked one's help. Kathleen Johnson, Margaret ham, sweet potatoes, peas, fruit Suggs, Jack and Winnie Moser, cocktail and milk. call Geraldine Pete and Viola Gtmkel, Bertha *Friday, August 30: pork Sloppy Grant, Pricer, Jim Hyder, Dora Mercer, Joe's, blueberry muffins, baked Edith R.L. andYnona Benedict, Wadefires, fruit and milk. board mere-Harris, Mildred and Claud Cash. C en of file month Several stayed for bingo and vis- Perkins residents are reminded iting. Come be with us sometime, that entry forms for the Septem- host- youql like it. ber Citizen of The Month are *As the political arena livens available at several locations. up, all of us, patriotic Ameri- The forms are available at the cans, need to become aware and Perkins Chamber of Commerce We Wish you exercise our political rights. Reg- located in the Perkins Journal ister and vote. Peace on earth offices at 122 South Main, as and I begins at home. well as Payne County Bank, and Perkins City Hall. Payne County Fair Board and Ottaway Amusement Co. Present 1:00 - S:O0 31, p.m O i ~i school having of student participation I be presented $2.00 by Ottaway. school when at the tScket booth. ver/fy enrollment figures Win Free Kid's DayTicket Kindergarten & I st Grade ............... Fair Coloring Contest 2nd, 3rd & 4th Grade ........... 50Word Essay Contest 5th & 6th Grade .................... 75 Word Essay Contest 7th & 8th Grade .................. 100Word Essay Contest 9th & I 0th Grade ............... 150 Word Contest I Ith & 12th Grade ............. 200Word Essay Contest Essay Topic:"Why the Payne County Fair is Important to the community" Entry Deadline:Postmadced byAugust 28, 1996 Mail,To: Payne County Expo Center,/(/d's Day Contest, RL I 726, r, OK 74075 i ..... by Mike W. Ray OKLAHOMA CITY-- Payne County Sheriff Carl Hiner was appointed recently by state House Speaker Glen D. Johnson to a special task force that will examine the plight of county jails across the state. The 20-member panel will include 10 county sheriffs, five legislators from the state House of Representatives and five members of the state Senate. Legislation which created the task force directed its members to review issues such as jail stan- dards, actual costs of incarcerat- ing prisoners in each county jail, the physical condition and the capacity of county jails, "the practices of each sheriff's office in obtaining, budgeting and ex- pending funds," the percentage of each county's budget devoted to the county jail, "expenses di- rectly relating to county correc- tions," "local sentencing prac- tices and policies affecting capac- ity and expenses of county jails or sheriff's offices," and methods to fund sheriffs' offices and county jails "to create a more unified system with appropriate standards for maintenance of prisoners." County jails in Oklahoma "have become so overcrowded and underfunded that a crisis exists," the legislation laments. The rate of incarceration "contin- ues to exceed the design capac- ity of existing correctional facili- ties and county jails..." The Oklahoma prison popu- lation has quadrupled since 1980 and doubled since 1986, records reflect. Oklahoma's correctional sys- tem is bulging with more than 19,700 convicted felons; nearly 500 of those convicts are lodged in county jails, straining sheriffs' budgets. "We all suffer from it," locked in private prisons in said Hiner, a Stillwater native. Oklahoma, and almost 600 oth- Counties are paid $7 a day for ers were housed in private pris- each state prisoner who is await- ons in Texas; 165 were held in ing transfer to a penal facility, county jails under contract with and $20 per day for each convict the state, and approximately 320 confined in the county jail under others were in county jails while contract with the Corrections awaiting transfer to the correc- Department. tional assessment center at Lex- As of Friday, according to Cor- ington; and about 3,000 more rections Department spokesman were in halfway houses, on re- Jerry Massie, more than 14,300 mote electronic monitoring, pre- prisoners were confined in state parole conditional supervision, penal institutions; 954 were in hospitals, etc. SCHOOL BREAKFAST & LUNCH MENUS (Ages 6-17) August 19, 1996 - BREAKFAST: Long Johns or cereal, bacon, pineapple chunks and milk. LUNCH: Beeftaco, lettuce with tomato, pears with shredded cheese and milk. August 20, 1996 - BREAKFAST: Pancakes with syrup or cereal, peanut butter, fruit juice and milk. LUNCH: Chicken nuggets, honey, mashed potatoes with white gravy, peas, orange halves and milk. August 21, 1996- BREAKFAST- Breakfast burrito with salad or cereal, peaches and milk. LUNCH: Chili dogs, French fries, dill pickles, peaches and milk. August 22, 1996 - BREAKFAST: Breakfast pizza on a bun or cereal, pears and milk. LUNCH: Bean burrito with cheese sauce, corn, pineapple chunks and milk. *_] ]ay August 23, 1996 - BREAKFAST: Sausage with gravy or cereal, biscuit, jelly, fruit juice and milk. LUNCH: Spaghetti and meat sauce, salad, garlic bread, applesauce and milk. (Second choice is offered on main line daily. Ala carte line is open to all middle school and high school students as well as faculty and visitors.) Don't you think Oklahoma families deserve the brightest future possible? so! Every year many of Oklahoma's graduates must leave their state and families to seek careers elsewhere. That's wrong! Oklahoma must create new and better jobs for gradu- ates. Randy has lived here for over 20 years and he says it's time to stop talking about improving the Oklahoma educational system and job climate. It's time to act! As your senator, Randy will work for policies to protect the future and families of Lincoln, Logan and Payne counties. As a father, husband, business owner, church and civic leader, Randy Wedel doesn't just talk about family val- ues, he lives them. Won't you help Randy put the "value of family" back in focus at the state senate? With your help, Randy Wedel can make a difference for our families, schools and businesses. Randy, Mary, Jonathan (5) & Madison (2) bq'A'l mlNArE District 21 (1:3) Paid for by friends of Randy Wedel 103 E. 9th Stillwater, OK 74074. (405)377-7226 Jerry Parsons, CPA, Call, Barrick, Ethridge, Webb & Co. 'ffeasurer