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,ncoe News Mrs. Shermln Bower WHILE CLUB Worth While Club 6 in the home Huff. The meeting called to order by Pearl Broyles and meeting nducted. were Katie Price, Nelson, Lucy Baker, LOlinghouse, Ruth Knox, Sawyer, Sepha Bar- Pearl Broyles and the were played and were won by [.eta anfl Mary Saw- members present a -well card for Helen Marts and Sawyer received birth- October meeting will in the home of Ruth TRAVEL TOUR Golda Kuhn just from a "vacation" a group of 43 a Travel Tour from City. They first ed in AIburquerque, Mexico, then on to Las For some reason had more to say about Las Vegas stay. They the MGM Hotel and Dean Martin's per- They spent 3 days touring the area, the city and the Strip. They saw the tlr. and Mrs. O. C. Sawyer spent the week-end with Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Pyatt, Oklahoma City. Mr. and Mrs. Emmett Blanchard were Tuesday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Dan Redburn, Pawnee. J. E. Mayfield was a week-end visitor of Mr. and beautiful ranch of Wayne Mrs. Andy Murphy and Newton's and the lovely family. Mr. and Mrs. Emmett homes of Robert Goulet, Red Foxx and Todie Fields. They continued to Grand Canyon, taking a 1% hour tram trip around the rim, visited Hoover Dam and on to Tucumcari and Gallup, New Mexico. Returning to Oklahoma, they toured tt3e Bee Farm at Erick and found it most interesting. The last night of the trip Mrs. Kuhn spent in the home of Blanche Kott in Enid. Needless to say, she reports a wonderful time. Mr. and Mrs. Les Grote visited with Mr. Grote's sister, Mrs. Daisy Lynch, Pawnee, Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lawyer and Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Fisk, Rochester, New York, spent the week with Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Clapp and Wilma. Mrs. Lawyer and Mr. Fisk are cousins of Mrs. Clapp. All visited with Mrs. Fanny Casey, Enid, Sunday. Mrs. Casey is quite ill in the hospital there. Mrs. Eva Brown returned home Tuesday from a month's visit with her sisters, Mrs. Lula Hart, Colorado Springs, Colo., and Mrs. Callie Wilson, Canon City, Colo. BEFORE YOU BUY CARPET CHECK OUR: SELECTION QUALITY. ANDPR00ES Ins taHatn AvaHablo. s,f?to00heson HARRISON ELECTRIC WITH FIXTURES AND COMPLETE ELECTRIC SERVICE NOW CARRIES ...... MINUTE MAN SMOKE DETECTION SYSTEMS WITH EASY INSTALLATION FIND OUT MORE Harrison Electric LIGHT HOUSE q14 S. Main, Stillwater immmmm Blanchard were Saturday evening visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Flora, Still- water. Mrs. Andy Murphy and Mrs. Leslie Garringer were visitors of J. E. Mayfield, Shawnee, Monday and Tues- day. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Knox returned from several days visit with their daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Leon Treece, Wetumka. Mr. and Mrs. Murle Blanchard and children, Morrison, were Sunday evening visitors of their parents Mr. and Mrs. Emmett Blanchard and Mr. and Mrs. Marion Clark. Mrs. Ann Huff and Mrs. Vergie Hodges were Monday visitors in Stillwater. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Grote and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Shell were week-end visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Vance, Gentry, Arkansas. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Ander- son, Wichita, Kansas, were Sunday dinner guests of Mrs. Anderson's grand- mother, Mrs. Katie TuCker. Mrs. Anderson is the former Rhonda Nelson. Mr. and Mrs. Archie Wallace, Stillwater, were Sunday evening visitors of Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Clapp and Wilton. Mr. Wallace is a nephew of Mrs. Clapp. Mrs. Gene Cockriel and Brian, Ponca City, visited Saturday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Knox. Mr. and Mrs. Les Grote and Mr. and Mrs. Vic Piotrowski visited their niece, Kimberly Huff and other Glencoeites in the Stillwater Hospital Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Meryl Porter were Sunday dinner guests of their daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Shamel, Tulsa. All the Shamel children were there: Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Kimble and family, Mr. and Mrs. Vic Sharpton and family, and Mr. and Mrs. Terry Fisher and family, all of Tulsa. They report a lovely time. Mrs. Edith Rains and Mrs. Laura robinson were Still- water visitors Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Treat spend Sunday in Ponca City assisting their daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Budzene, in their move to a new home in Perkins. Mrs. Esther Smith, Perry, visited Wednesday with her sister Mrs. Laura Robinson. In the afternoon the ladies visited their aunt Mrs. Abby Doty near Ripley. Illness Glencoeites hospitalized in the Stillwater Hospital are Mrs. Clyde Huff, Tom Brown, Kimberly Huff and Scott Harting. Best wishes to all. Mrs. Charley Murphy, who has been a surgical patient in the Stillwater Hospital, is presently conval- escing at home. GLENCOE PUBLIC SCHOOL LUNCH MENU THURSDAY September 22 Chicken Enchilada Green Salad Buttered Corn Peanut Butter Strip Peach Halves Milk FRIDAY September 23 Hamburger on Bun Onion, Pickles, Mustard Oven- Browned Potatoes Carrot Sticks Pineapple Upsidedown Cake Milk Goldie Brown Services for Goldie Inez Brown were held at 10:00 a.m. in the Yale Funeral Home Memorial Chapel September 17, 1977. She died Monday, September 12, 1977 at Stillwater Municipal Hospital. The Rev. F. E. Westburg of the United Pentecostal Church in Cushing offici- ated. Burial was in Lawson Cemetery. She was born Dec. 28, 1924 at Sapulpa, the daughter of Bert and Maggie Woods. She was married September 1, 1940 to Lloyd Brown at Pineville, Mo. She was a longtime resident of Payne and Creek counties, returning to Yale from California in 1968. They moved to Stillwater in 1976 because of her illness. Survivors include her husband, her mother, Mrs. Maggie Woods of Perkins, two daughters, Neveta J. Steadman of Riverside, Calif., and Mrs. Sammie J. Elliott of Yale, two sisters, Mrs. Marie Hamilton, Lava Hot Springs, Idaho, and Mrs. June Hunter of Perkins, a brother, Carl Woods of Stillwater and five grandchildren. -0" PUBLIC SERVICE ANNOUNCEMENT The Payne/Noble C.A.F., Inc. Head Start Child attendance without regard to race, color, or national origin. The Perkins Journal Thursday, September 22, 1977.7 tion from college, been with From Here and There ,,o Wildlife conservation and Environmental service. Will Brock, not quite 10 months of age, is royally By Edna Eaton Wilson harvest is now; accordingly Labor Day weekend, entertaining his grand- Grandson and I go often to Dr. Wilson has been parents, both the Brooks and the roadsides where the appointed Medical Director the Shells. grapes are. Curtis climbs the for the State of Kansas, and Will is beginning to talk, Fire, ignited bya bolt of trees and throws down laden he and Mrs. Wilson have and to take a few steps lightning Friday morning, branches, which I catch and moved there, unaided, but when he gets in September 16 destroyed the fill boxes with the clusters. All five of the sons are ahurry its down on all fours home of Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Nothing quite so delicious working or are in college, and scat! and Scoot! Mathesoninoldlngalls. on pancakes or waffles as Robert, the eldest is .... Neighbors heard the bolt, wild grape syrup. Nothing employed in Washington, News from the Payne saw the fire and called the better on hot biscuits than D.C. David works and County fair is always StiUwater Fire Department wild grape jelly, attends college at Washing- heartening, but especially immediately. Two fire trucks There is an idea that one ton State University. Charles rewarding this year is the were rushed to the scene, can extract the juice from in college at Manhattan. news of the winnings of the but the house was gone wild grapes with little labor George is attending Kansas East Side 4-H group that before the trucks could get to by simply washing the U at Lawrence; Bill had numbers about 19members tngalls. In fact, the fire was clusters and boiling the decided to get work and live and includes for the first "instant and neighbors could clusters. Mother taught me inTopeka, taking a rest from time, a number of the not enter the house to that wild grape clusters college forasemester, handicapped from the Shel- salvage even one bit of the should indeed be washed, ---- tared Workshop. furnishings. Both Mr. and and then the grape berries Young Will Brock, son of East Side 4-H was Mrs. Matheson had left for should be carefully picked Mr. and Mrs. John Brock is organized two years ago by work before the lightning from the clusters, visiting the Brock and the Linda Schelby. It was Linda struck "You can't make jell from Kenneth Shell families while who sought and finally .... wood," Mother would tell his parents are moving from received authorized permis- Diamond Valley Women's us. Mother was right. Sherman, Texas to Monroe, sion to include the handi- Club met Saturday night in .... La. capped. These handicapped regular meeting session. The Dr. and Mrs. James The move came as a result are among those who are women tied a new pieced Wilson and son Bill of of a promotion, and added adult in age, but because of comforter destined for the Topeka, Kansas visited responsibility far John Brock various causes are and will Matheson family who had relatives hereabout over who has, since his gradua- always besub-teen. the misfortune to lose their home by fire just the day before the club met. j,w,,, ' m Heard a bit of interesting 0 : news today. Seems the article 'Roan Tuits' can be purchased. A disc of plastic or maybe of wood with the NOIF SHOIFING caption 'Roun Touit' printed onitsface. Onestorehadthe Fall & F/inter Merchandise encouraging advice on a placard of the bin of 'Roun Tuits': Buy one of these and Children's Fall & Winter Colors do all those tasks you'd Denim Jackets Ladies Double Knit planned to do when you got one." ---. ....... Pants s 8 Lucky you when somebody X- ,,  ....... gives you a 'Roan .... Tuit.' t, reat Sweaters Selection of Fall Sister sent us a freshly with hoods Children's Clothes baked loaf of whole wheat .......... -" ......... bread, the starter for a good Ladies Ladies Ski New Lingerie meal. Grandson Curtis, Long and Short Jackets watching the chicken going ..... -.-..-. into the fryer, sagely C ' observed, "Man does not oats ................. livebybreadalone, sohehas Vi la's Bo tiq ,,, o u ue to have fried chicken. The fox grapes are HOURS: 9:30A,M. toS:30p.m. "Look for the Red Sign" -547.2862- plentiful, purple and full of Monday thru Saturday juice. The time for the grape 5 blocks East of Main 603E. 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Wise use of today's energy is the best assurance of dependable supplies tomorrow. Costs shown are for 10,000 cubic feet of gas at residential rates as of July 1, 1977. Cost-of-gas or field-price adjustments are included, and sales taxes excluded. ",'USTIN, TX |l i BALTIMORE, MD PHILADELPHIA, PA HOUSTON, TX SAN ANTONIO, TX MILWAUKEE, Wl WASHINGTON, DC CHICAGO, IL NEW ORLEANS, LA FORT WORTH, TX ST. LOUIS, MO CLEVELAND, OH 003!.72J 30.381 28.87 I 26.78 ) 28'31[I 26.08 25.85 [ 25.01 I 24.88 I 24.53 l 24.06 I 22.72] ' ml00!/lember FDIC Perkmns, OK. l mmmmmmmmmmmmmmm. DALLAS, TX 22.371 DETROIT, MI EL PASO, TX i TULSA AND OKLAHOMA CITY* 21.77] 20.84 i 20.0sJ LOS ANGELES, CA i 17.491 "ONG Seni iiiiiii iiiiiiii ii ii i iiiii Work with us-conserve energy now. Not paid for by mtyert I II I I IIIIII II I