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vell, here it is news time again, ,ere goes. This been a good week. night we had 82 sign the book and 18 nmscians were think! That makes a total of rues from Perkins were Ed Cundiff, Charlie Thomp- Virgil and Goldie Bean, Grimm, Guy Rivers, Mike Neul Reynolds, Maudetta Vern Wells, Georgia Bur- Elsie Grant, John and Betty Rena Burton, Bertha Pricer, Listerman, Earl Benfly, Hughes, Erma Shaffer, Cretsinger, Olga Tomlinson, Cooley, Olivia Cole, Esther Ethel Carter, Met and Ma- l I-licks, C.N. Thompson, Mat- Thompson, Oran Dean and Ramsey. of towners include: Bert i Mae Phillips, Roy and Phyl- Raymond and Mantle St- Mary Ann Rayson, Graeie Bryant and Marian Smith, SENIOR CITIZENS NEWS Dorothy Laughlyn, Bernice Toole, Dale and Lila Hart, Runt and Elba Vassar, Cushing; Pete and Viola Gunkel, and Dorothy Pepmiller, Coyle; Andy and Olive Wehrlen, and Erma Lee Smith, Crescent; Jack Heaton, Mehan; Bill and Eva Cox, Carney; Tom and Dot Crume, Frosty and Bohbye Fowble (Mer- rick), Wellston; and Odell Giddeon, Vrumright. From Stillwater were Clifford and Lois McKaughn, Donna Burton, Carroll McClain, Luella Hennis, Dorothy Metzger, Theda Williams, Ralph Blair, Pat and Clayton Millington, Wanda Davis, Rachel Ryba, lone Waltman, Rosalind Wright, Jim and Mary Caldwell, Mike Kerntke and Zelma Johnson. Musicians were, from Perkins: Norville Cole, Evelyn bavel, Jim- mie Ham and Jimmdo Dodson; from Stillwatter, lval Hesser and Vie Metzger; from Glex)e, Aunt Clara hessser; from Crescent, Bud Smith; from Oklahoma City, Jackie and Art Bennett and Jack Luker; from Perry, Bob Voight and Ber- Kessle Noel Brown and James Robert Wells wn &amp; Wells wed Sept. 4 Sfilltater. Miss Brown is a 1993 graduate of Perkins-Trym and is currtly at- teading Cushin8 School of Cosme- tology. He is a 1990 Perkins-Trya graduate and is the owner, operator of the A & B Eeo-Safe Pest Control. The honor attendants are Shaw- na Brown, sister of the bride of Palmer, Alaska and Robert Sasser, Perkins. After a honeymoon in San Antmio, Texas, the couple will Noel Brown and James Wells will marry Saturday, 4, at 2 p.m. in the Perkins United Methodist Church Rev. Tony Arthur. of the couple are Elmer Lynn Brown of Perkins, Vassar of Clinton, Miss. and Pittsburg, Penn. grandparents arc Ross F.st, Jacobs, Perkins, and Brown of Coyle. Paternal are Jack and Pat of Perkins and Ruth Wells, make their home south of Stillwater. s ll party held for McGarty and china painting. We will truly miss her. Members and guest present were Elsie Gram, Inez Barnes, Carol Acuff, %rna L. Arthur, Clan- dene Reynolds, Cliff and Opal el- son, L.C. and Ruth Wsell, Max and Betty Branstetter, George and Emma Lou Hardin, John Lister- man, Geraldine Allen and Laveme Bickell of Guthrie. By Geraldine Allen McCarty was the honoree t "farewell" potluck supper by Jim and Ester Ham in Aug. 24, will be will be making her :in Hot Springs Ark. She was a  the Cimmaron I Club. Among her many she excelled in quilt making BY BETTY BEELER nice Sehieffler; from Cushing, Don Tolle; from Drumright, Bernie Fcl- ton and Eddie Bell; and Geroge and Ethyl Weaver, Mission, Texas. Hostesses were Willa Ramsey and Mary Caldwell. Thank you, ladies. A job well done. Wednesday, Aug. 25, was the second pot luck of the month. We sure had a delicious meal. The following were present: Alpha Bower, Pete and Viola Gunkcl, Shirley Hemphill, Olga Tomlinson, Lula Stratton, Vir- gil and C-oldie Bean, Paul Coo- Icy, Wade Harris, Donna Burton, Gertrude Ishmael, Bob and Georgia Burnett, John and Betty Beeler. Again, I want to thank Bob and Georgia for seeing that everything was ready, or getting ready, for the dinner, and those who came later and pitched in. who quilt are always busy at the quilt. That usually consists of Gertrude Ishmael, Lula Stratton, Donna Burton, Joe Knapp and Dora Mercer. When Geraldine Allen can, she also quilts. This is good. In the afternoon, some quilt, other play cards or dominos. This afternoon, Monday, some of us attended the funeral of Cegil Redus. Our sympathy goes out to those who have lost loves ones. TO those who are ill, se send our get- well wishes. To those who miss, for one reason or another, we hope you will be back with us soon. The senior citizen's monthy mys- tery dinner was last Friday with Guy Rivers selecting the place. He picked "Pamers Steak House" in Perkins. It was great. The following enjoyed a great meal: Donna Bur- ton, Bob and Georgia Bumett, Vir- gil and Goldie Bean, Erma Shaf- fer, Cleta Mathes, Pete and Viola Gunkel, Elsie Grant, Dora Mercer, Alpha Bower, Mattie Lee Thomp- son, Wayne and Geraldine Allen, Olga Tomlinson, John and Betty Beeler. A guest was James Looney from Cushing, a son of Georgia Burnett. After dinner, some of us returned to the center to play games. Others returned home. Oh, yes. Jack and Botts came in a little later. At the Saturday night party, those playing pitch were Naoma Woods, Veto Wells, Maudetta Triplctt, Mildred Cash, Neul Reynoldsl Erma Miller and Mike Watts. playing dominos were Guy Rivers, Claud Cash, Everette Miller, Virgil Bean and Pete Gunkel. At the canasta table were John Beeler, Goldie Bean, Elsie Grant and Cleta Mathes. Playing spinner dominos were Olga Tomlinson,m Opal Redus, Viola Gunkel, Alpha Bower and Betty Beeler. At 5:30, we had our snack time. Everyone seems to enjoy this. Tomorrow night is music night. The Perkins Journal, Thursday, September 2 1993 -PAGE 3 :.. We are still selling chances on the beautiful crochet chair set. It weill be given away at music on Labor Day evening. You do not have to be present to win. That's all folks. , HUDIBURG 1-40 & E. Hudiburg Drive MWC. 737-6641 We keep up with the cost of burning dowd It's hard for you to keep abreast of the cost of replacing your home - the way its value is increasing. 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