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The Perkins Journal Thursday, August 23, 1984 -- PAGE 7 born east of Perkins on She was also a member of " " " thirteen members pre- July 10, 1896, the various charitible organi- The Logan County sent and guests Andrea Announce Birth . Judge Milton Crmg had _ _ daughter of Benjamin zations. Cimarron Valley Exten- Travisof Guthrie, of Daughter sentenced him to three ENOUOH and Frances Rentfrow. Mrs. Sparkman was seen Homemakers Club Allison and Jennifer Dr. and Mrs. Douglas concurrent ten-yearpris- IS She married Orville preceded in death by her met for their August Bentley. R. Phipps of Gillette,on terms on the basis of ENOUGH Sparkman in Madill in parents, husband, onemeeting in the home of Ruth Ann Bridenstine Wyo. announce the birth guilty pleas. Court rules ........ Tv 1932. brother and two sisters. Mrs. Kaye Freudenber- presided at the business of a daughter, Kristinallow a ten day period invote Pit.# on rlela The couple moved to Survivors include four ger. Mrs. Glenda Bentley meeting with it opening Darby Phipps on July 26, which the defendant can County Longview, Texas, for asisera.s: Thelma Silver- presided at the meeting, with the Lord s Prayer 1984. She weighed six move to withdraw a gull- Sales Tax . time and later moved thorn ofStillwater, Sybll The hostess gave the and flag salute. Minutes pounds and was 19" ty plea and seek trial. I Pid Adv vzsSer' cee, ucmeWere around Texas ,fellwing. Norris and Vesta John- devotionals from II Cor- of the previous meeting long. , . .... Mr. Sparkman s work m son of Oklahoma City,inthians. The flag salute were read by the see Maternal grand- 21,'vL l' esaay'lwa m .,the oil business....__ .... Finallyand Eileen Stockton of was given, retary, Mrs. Thelma parents are Mr. andMrs. Friday, Aug. 24thru ~ =" ot;o r,t,, ney ee uea m r ns ow, Millbrae, Calif. Roll call was answered Lowe. The remainder of Ed Darby of Beggs, ~' I ~ II 619 $. MAIN D-Re tton ttun- .... where her. husband died. Pallbearers were Rus- by nine members. The the afternoon was spent Oklahoma. Maternal Jr - 3722;; c'zating'" inter". .............. After hzs death, she sell Westfall, Wendell minutes of the previous quilting on a baby quilt great-grandmother is ] Sheena-_ I GHOST- PG[ 0" -" -- ret=nedttheRent w Sadier'M=Cl=y'Jim meeting were read bY fr Mrs" Gunkel and Mrs" LisTaylr' Queenofthe I at ..... farm and then later mov- Silverthorn, Charles Wall Mrs. Rose Marie Chan-quilting on a quilt for the Perkins. ,Jo.E.,o eme ry ..... Jungle PG Uneral Home inease rermns. .. and Lawrence Howland.nell in the absence of club. The door prizes Paternal grandparents was an acezve -o- Mrs. Kay Adair. Mrs. were won by Mrs. Dorisare Dr. and Mrs. Rex , member of the First Arlene Hicks gave theBentley and Mrs. Lavone Phipps of Lander, Wyo.Open 7:15Shows7:25;9:40 | 12th Week l .kman died at Christian Church of Coyle News treasurer's report. Cundiff. Mrs. Thelma and two great-grand- Mat. saLSun. Open 1:15 Men.- Fri. 7:30;9:30 l Mrs. Agnes Schneider Lows received a birthday mothers who live in : iday, August Perkins and was also a By Velma Downey presented the program gift from her secret pal. Wichita. Past Worthy Matron of Mrs. Madine Heister on Knowing Yourself .... Mrs. Phipps will be parkman was the Eastern Star of Agr L and Mrs. Kay Estee ofLinda Downey gave a Andrea Travis of remembered as the ------ m Seminole spent Mondayreport on the NationalGuthrie spent a week former Charissa Darby. with Mrs. Maxine Johns- Extension Homemakers visiting her grand- -o- August 28 ton. Mrs. Heister is Mrs. Convention in Louisville, mother, Mrs. Velma Johnston's twin sister Ky. She also gave a Safe- Downey. Wednesday she WILL GO TO TRIAL i and is recovering from an tyTip. Flowers were sent was a guest of her uncle CHANDLER -- A automobile accident, to Edward Ford who is ill and aunt, Mr. and Mrs.jury trial is ahead for . cov ov .... in the hospital. Richard Downey for a Charles Fisher of Tryon, The Progress Corn- The next meeting will barbeque supper. Also accused of three counts munity Saturday even-be in the home of Mrs.present were Mr. and of arson in Lincoln Coun- ing get together met Glenda Bentley. It will Mrs. Richard Jr. Downey ty. Fisher filed an oral BLUES PG R Saturday evening for a be a family social and a and Chris Downey. motion to withdraw his covered dish dinner in Swim-A-Then for the -o- guilty pleas. District }rintendent of Progress Community American Heart Nightly Open 7:15 Vote and Support Appreciated Paid for by Fayo S. Dawson DINNER FOR CANDIDATE FOR REPRESENTATIVE Middle School Cafeteria August 31st -- 7 p.m. information and tickets call: -- 547-2641 -- 547-2468 building. Val Bridenstine gave the invocation. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Chet Cun- diff, Don and Tashia Whitfield and Matt Mar- shall, Alan and Chet Cun- diff, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Cundiff, Mr. and Mrs. Val Bridenstine, Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Scale, Mr. and Mrs. Hobart Thornley, Mrs. Tom Bridenstine and Hillary, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Lowe, Casey Moorman, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Bridenstine, Lisa, Amy and Denise Shingleton, Mr. and Mrs. John Ringwald, Kim and Becky Ringwald. . Mrs. Dolly Rogers and Toni Travis Murphy of Guthrie spent Friday evening with Mrs. Velma Downey. After School Fun Club want to have a bunch of fun after school? Join the YMCA After Clubl We go on field trips, play sports, do arts and crafts, have play and swim on Fridays. We even have special programs arteners. You will be picked up each school day at 3:30 on a and will get in on great activities until 5:30 p.m. This is for youngsters K-5. So call or come by the YMCA for more information. See you therell Members " $60/month $17.50/week Nonmembers $75/month $20.O0/week Parentsl interested in offering this program for Perkins children and parents. from school will be provided. Parents will need to pick up children by 5:30 p.m. For information call Joel at the YMCA. We need ten to provide this program. 372-5833 TO THE VOTERS you for the opportunity of serving you as your Due to "Being on the Job" I will be unable to meet of you personally, but if you will support me with your will find you have not misplaced your trust for I about justice. job has always been my first interest and this very position requires a qualified full-time court clerk: my record as court clerk speaks for itself. Our vote and support appreciated AUG. 28 PRIMARY :~iiii~ili Dear Fellow Oldahomans, During my first term in the U.S. Senate I have worked as hard as I could to be an effective Senator for all Oklahomans. I hope that you will give me a chance to put that experi- ence to work for our state in a second term. I would sincerely appreciate your vote and support on August 28. Sincerely, (Paid for by Oklahomans for Boren) Association. Progress, Sunshine Quilting Club met Wednesday in Progress community building for a luncheon and all day meeting. Hostesses were Mrs. Wallace Gunkel and Mrs. John Ringwald. The invocation was given by Mrs. Jessie Hamilton. There were lunch served Adults $2 FIRST ANNUAL GREENWINGS DAY Saturday, August 25 Sanborn Lake & Clubhouse Youngsters 7--16--$5 prizes *Retrievers ,Decoys ,Gun Safety *Blinds ,Game Rangers ,Clothing Register Chuck's Paint Sponsored by Boomer & McElroy Ducks Unlimited Stillwater (Payne Pawnee Chapter) Shows 7:25; 9:30 Nightly 7:30; 9:45 ' Mat. Sat. Sun. Open 1:15 Shows 1:35:3:30 Mat. Sat. Sun. 1:30; 3:45 3 Miles North on 372-3744 Indiana Jones & Temple of Doom PG plus NATE & HAYES PG Open 8:30 - Starts at Dark $5.00 Carload every Sunday alallS SATURDAY AUGUST 25, 1984 Beginning at I p.m. Sale to be conducted from Perkins, Oklahoma, 1 mile south on Highway 177 across the River Bridge, then east 2 miles on the blacktop road, then south 13/4 miles or 2 miles south on Highway 177 to the Lincoln County line road, then 1 mile east and 3/4 mile south of Perkins, Oklahoma. (Watch for auction signs) ANTIQUE FURNITURE 1 - Oak Chiffonier with Beveled Mirror, Excellent Condition 1 - Fainting Couch 1 - China Cabinet with Claw Feet 1 - Rocking Chair 1 - Hat Tree 1 - Sewing Table 4 - Oak Chairs 2 - Wooden Trunks 1 - Metal Bed 1 - Table with 4 Matching Chairs (Wood) 1 - Cabinet Singer Sewing Machine 2 - Dressers 1 - Sewing Basket with Legs 1 - Sideboard with Beveled Glass Mirror 2 - End Tables 1 - Desk 2 - Wood Bed Frames 1 - Hide-a-bed or Murphybed in Wood Cabinet 1 - Hassock 1 - Apple Peeler 1 - Maytag Washing Machine 1 - Well Pump, Vice & Jack 1 - Large Stone Jar 1 - Small Wood Cabinet 1 - Stoneware Pitcher and Bowl 1 - Kerosene Lantern 1 - Vault (Engraved - Wm. Sporn) COLLECTIBLES 1 - Hay Knife 1 - Camel Back Trunk 1 - Pitcher Pump 1 - Reel Lawnmower, Push Type 1 - Daisy Churn 1 - Kerosene Lamp 1 - Coffee Grinder A variety of Dishes, Wall Pictures, Sewing Notions and many other items too numerous to mention. CAR- LAWN MOWER 1 - 1980 4-Door Chevrolet Malibu with Low Mileage, Extra Clean 1 - Electric Lawn Mower :TERMS: Cash- Positive I.D. on all Checks AUCTIONEER'S NOTE: Some rare and unusual items that have been in this family for many years Come early and make your selections, Refreshments will be served. ALL STATEMENTS MADE DAY OF SALE TAKE PRECEDENCE OVER ALL PRIOR ADVERTISING. Helen Herndon Estate, Owners George Herndon, Personal Representative -- Sale To Be Conducted By -- REALTY & AUCTION COMPANY 4051336-2360 DEWAYNE LUSTE~ & AS.~C)CIATFS AucUoneet sl ~rokers 514 Delaware St. Perry, Okla. an DEWAYNE LUSTER & ASSOCIATES Broker and Auctioneers Perry, Oklahoma ASSOCIATE AUCTIONEERS Byron Outhier Rick Heflin on OII