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OURNAL THU BER 1 1 ..... - PAGE 5 in even dozen enjoyed :'Luck Luncheon on 8- repol ts are that the wonderful and gen- amounts. (I enjoyed leftovers later in and it was still have some won- cooks who are an ac- of Senior Citizens• art classes continue Small in number, but is still alive and many in the sur- ing area telling us they to come join us this we are looking for- to seeing you with your s and paints in ..We meet each Thurs- from 9ish to a.ra. with Betty Jo as our leader. She recovering from seri- and still a bit the weather but she active in her art work. • Betty Jo...you are Friday 5 p.m. we had that followed the to the Mystery Din- is always fun try- guess Where are we :veryone loaded up North to Stillwa- stopped Dennys for a meal. Claude and Cash were celebrat- years of marriage and brought amounts of ice cream the fixing at the end meal honoring this :event. Congratulations and Mildred madmay you have many many more years of happiness together. After everyone finished a de- licious meal it was back to the center fox" some more hard playing trying to win another game•..lots of friendly competition••.and much fun. On Saturday night we had 3 tables of Rummykube players and one table of doninoes...and a table full of good things to eat..it was another very enjoyable evening with friends...just having a good time. Come check us out and join in the fellowship and games. We appreciate the gen- erous donation from Woods Construction of Edmond..•they stored some gravel in our yard for a shol time...Thanks! Monday 8-29 found 4 very active, dedicated, far- sighted senior citizens in their work clothes cleaning our air conditioners. We are looking forward to a cooler center because of you hard work. We tip our hats in ap- preciation. The quilt is nearing completion. You will want to come see this very unusual quilt and the pretty work being done on it. Our ladies do an excellent job. The center is the hub of actin for seniors with many activities nearly every day. We invite all Seniors in the area to come join us and making it even more fun for everyone. Our "Little Branson" Monday Night music is the biggest event of each week with musicians from all over the state and often out of state_the music starts at 7:15 with a mid evening break and quitting at 9:30 p.m. The building is filled with people who love good gospel, coun- try, hoe downs, blues, and blue grass sounds...there is something for everyone. Come early and. get your fa- vorite cbair...and get set to enjoy another fun evening at "Little Branson - Perkins:". senior cit 2 It was announced at "Little Branson" Monday Nite music that on Sept 3 The old Merrick School is having an old fashion Box Supper, auctioneer DeWayne Luster-Fund Raiser at 7 p.m. Come bring a Box Supper and Money. On Sunday from 11 a.m. to ? is Home Coming Pot Luck Reunion dinner with a devotion, food and music. Merrick School is 7 miles west of 4-corners on 105 and 1 mile south...signs will be posted to guide you.just come! Hats off to Vera Becker for restaurant size ice tea container. Our hostesses were Flora Cundiff, yours truly and a whole host of people who help with the work and brought huge amount of food. Thanks to Kathleen and Gerald Johnson who brought the bottom tier of their 3 tiered 50th wedding Anniver- sary cake to share..our people are great. Edith Cretsinger said she needed more host- esses! 155 people filled the building listening to the sweet sounds provided by Mike Arnold, Carroll McGinnis, Jim Music, Harvey and Dixie Preston; Ethel Bowes, Luther Solomon all from Cushing: Garnett Sadier of Ripley; Bud Smith of Crescent; Bernie Felton of Drumright; I,arry Darnell of Wellston; Bessie Moebous of Yale; Vic Matzger, Allen Cain, Larry Vanatta and Ladd Smith of Stillwater: (]lean and Esther Nottingham of Coyle: Evelyn Havel: Jim Ham and Norvel Cole of Stillwater...great music...thanks for a groat evening. That's the new from Perkins Seniors Citizens this week. P-T Rg Boosters will have their first meeting of the year SEPTEMBER 8 7 p.m. Paul and Anna Marie Evans Ag Barn Family Law, Criminal Law, Employment, Civic Right, Wills VIRGINIA BANKS Altorney ot Loll, P.O. 13ox 1283 Stiliwater, OK. 74076 (405) 547-5550 1-800-552-2987 Diamonds--Colored Stones--Bridal Sets Wedding Bands--Watches Gifts--Clocks @ 708 S. 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