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Magical Music Day. (Robert and Peggy Stonesifer) Mr. and Mrs. M. C. [Jack] Dryden, RR#1, Stillwater, will celebrate their 50th Wedding Anniversary, Saturday, Oct. I, 1977 at Diamond Valley from 2 p. m. to5p.m. Dollie Griffin and M. C. [Jack] Dryden were married Oct. 1, 1927 in Stillwater and have resided east of Stillwater since their marriage. Hosting the reception will be their children-rorene Oils, Stillwater, John Dryden, Stillwater, Mrs. Willis [Zelmal Jardot, Bartlesville, Mrs. Bob Rule [Joan], Monroe, Wash., Mrs. Jerry [Clara] Whisenant, Tyler, Texas. Mrs. Donnie [Mary] Rearers, Moore, Okla., and Mrs. Frank [Rose] Jones, Stillwater. The couple r'quests no gifts please. EDEN CHAPEL By Donna Murlin Stillwater's Magical Day of Music Saturday, Sept. 17 certainly earned its name with the 500 concert goers who showed up for the event. From noon till midnight the crowd was entertained by six different groups whose music ranged from folk to country to hard rock. The concert, staged in a field at the Stillwater Training Stables, was sport. sored by Lucky Star Com- pany, a local booking agency. The masterminds and promoters were Tom Thomas, Jay Holmes and the mysterious T. C., all of StiUwater. Headlining the day's festivities were the Lost Gonzo Band and Denim, both from Austin, Texas and both having albums on the market. Also performing were Tweed of Stillwater, Bliss and Monarch of Tulsa, the latter being an all-female group, and Chuck Dunlap, a soloist who entertained between acts. Not a top-billed act, Bliss of Tulsa was definitely a top crowd pleaser. The hard rock group consists of lead, rythm and bass guitarists, a singer The music was great but the crowd scarce Saturday creating a $12,000 deficit all original and they're as professional as any group on the market. Perhaps the fact that they've been playing together for seven years has something to do with their flowing precision. Presently playing a local circuit, the group has been doing some , 0012, 000 The Perkins Journal Thursday, September 22, 1977-9 TIE Style Show and Salad Supper date is October 3 problem for the promoters of the all-day music event. out, we may be hearing from them on a higher level soon. Although the event was well organized and adver. tized, it only drew one tenth of the anticipated audience and the promoters lost approximately twelve thous- and dollars on the day. They and plan to hold several smaller concerts to try to recoup their losses. Pro- moter T. C. rationalizes, "I spent $5,000 to go to the university, now I just spent a couple thousand more to go to 'promoter's school', but I'm not going to give upl" The T.I.E. Club will present their annual style show on October 3 (Monday) at the Methodist Educational Building. The style show, with the theme "Autumn Winds Blow Fashion Leaves", will be preceeded by a Salad Supper with a large variety of salads being provided by T.I.E. members. The salad supper will start at 7:00. The admission will be $2.00 with proceeds from the style show going to the  Cancer Society. Band Boosters are preparing for Carnival Band Boosters members are busy making plans for their Halloween Carnival being held on October 29th from 6 to 10 p.m. Members working on the planning committee are Sue Dodrill, Marie West, Patsy Lile, Claudean Reynolds, Bob Reynolds, Judy Scott, Norma Magee, and Joan McDaniel. They will be asking all band parents and anyone else interested to help provide prizes for the Fashions will be provided by Viola's Boutique, Viola Moorman owner; Baker's Dry Goods, John Baker and Florence Holbrook, owners; and Corner Fashions, Ronay Smith, owner. Tickets can be obtained at the three places of business, or by contacting any T.I.E. member. Katrina Jarvis is serving as Chairman of the style show and if anyone has arty questions they may contact her at 547.2062. Shirley Hall is the current T.I.E. pres!- dent. different booths, as well as working iri the booths. Anyone may donate items such as toys, games, books, jewelry, dishes, glasses. candles, hobby items, etc. lf you have items to donate,, please call Norma Magee, 547-2738 or Marie West,, 372-5679. Proceeds from the Carni- val will go into th Perkins-Tryon Band Boost- er's treasury where it will be used exclusively to benefit the Perkins-Tryon Band. There were 36 attending hurch Sunday The Youth and drummer. Their music is recording and if things work are still optimistic, however, rvicesllad charge of the morningand did very well. 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Mrs. father, Mr. was to enter a hospital Oklahoma city Monday. hope he gets well soon. and Mrs, Jim Taylor sited Mrs. Elsie Pock lrsday afternoon. and Mrs. Roy Allen of Miami are the parents of a baby boy. was born Sept. 17 and named Joseph Allen. and Joan Courtright, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph are the grand- Lrents and Mrs. Opal ht is the great- Mr. John McKnight vis- Friday afternoon with and Mrs. Joe Burton. Mrs. Florence Nelson was evening visitor of co-worker, Mrs. Karsteter in Still- Mrs, Danny Kinkaid and and Mr. Don Court- and Juston were tnday dinner guests of s. Opal Courtright. and Mrs. Alva visited Mrs. Pauline in Stillwater Friday Sunday guests of Mr. and rs. Wayne Taylor and ally were Mrs. Ruth eridge, Cindy Taylor, Cundiff and children, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene ' and Karen. Florence Nelson the Arthur family attending Church at the United Church in Ripley family picnic later the Old Homestead. This annual gathering of the of Frank and Shoup and commem- tes the September 22, opening when Frank his homestead and September 22, 1910 e of Frank and Ethel Oney Taylor visited Elsie Pock Sunday and Mrs. Lee Ray rlin, dana and Chris Mr. and Mrs. Alva evening. Elsie Pock called on and Mrs. Wayne Taylor family Saturday even- In he goes/ i Pitching the baseball It was a ringer, t Settlers Day Krista Sweeten, Littliest Old Settler 14 and Older Girls 3.10-13 Year Boys SOFTBALL THROW 1st Lisa Harper 1st Lynn Maxwell 1st Greg Farmer 5 Years and Under 2nd Jan Burden 2nd Roberta Hooper 2nd Freddy Pills 1 st Travis Dickson 3rd Angela Moorman 3rd Rae Bridenstine 3rd Steve Woods 2nd Robin Burden 3.10-13 Year Boys FOOT RACES 10-13 Year Girls 3rd Dusty Hooper 1st Freddie Pills 1. Syears and under 1st Teresa Womack 6-9 Year Boys WINNERS OF RACES 2nd Greg Bradley 1st Tara Higgins 2nd Andrea Stafford 1st Allen Blevins 2nd Kamacha Darby 3rd Trica Evans 2nd Cory McDaniel SACK RACES 3rd Todd Higgins 1.5 years and under 10-13 Year Girls 3rd Shane Miles 4.14 and Older Boys 3rd Mike Bozeman 1st Tricia Evans 2.6-9 Year Boys 1st Mike Mobley 6-9 Year Girls 1 st Tara Higgins 2nd Andrea Stafford I st Colt Ferrell 2nd Tracy Farmer 1st Lori Redus 2nd Kamicha Darby 3rd Carla Evans 2nd Cory McDaniel 3rd Ralph Grey 2nd Jan Burden 3rd Denise Shingleton 3rd Lloyd Evans 14 and Older Girls 3rd Suzanne Casey 2.6-9 year Boys 4.14 and Older Boys 1st Cory McDaniei 1st Tracy Farmer 6-9 Year Girls 1st Roseanne Mangold 10-13 Year Boys 2nd Colt Ferrell 2rid Tony Sadler 1st Jan Burden 2rid Anita Westfall 1st John Hoover 3rd Kenny Redus 3rd Larry Huff 2rid Lisa Harper 3rd Lynn Maxwell 2nd Greg Farmer 3rd Amy Stanberry 3rd Joe Hoover Digging in the sand for treasure. Morn and daughter Old Settlers. Sophomores were Clever. Waitin on the Parade. Bob Darby entertaining. Taking it easy. Redskin Society Club Ju@ Scott dishing Band Boosters Homemade Ice Cream. Old Settlers' Day Super Stars were Tracy Farmer and Tricia Evans. Also, Greg Farmer, not pictured. It looks easy, doesn't it? 10-13 Year Girls 1st Karen Branstetter 2nd Trica Evans  3rd Carla Evans  14 and Older Boys 1 st Tracy Farmer 2nd Rick Lomenick 3rd Larry Moorman 14 and Older Girls I st Linda Hoover 2nd Lynette Hall 3rd Sheri Henigman TURTLE RACE 1 st Travis Dickson 2nd Angela Moormah 3rd Stacy Graht WHEEL BARROW RACE 6-9 Year 1 st Mike and Allen Blevins 2nd Don Prickett an Count Curl 3rd Paul Evans Palmer PING PONG MENT 1 st Jeff Ste 2nd George 3rd Jim Philhps i ' 10-13 Year 1st Rex Branstetter and Todd Higgins 2nd Daryn Casey and Suzanne Case 14 and Older 1st Greg Farmer a Carla Evans 2nd Tracy Farmer an Trica Evahs OBSTACLE RACE ' 1st Greg Farmer 2nd Allen Blevihs 3rd Tracy Farmer SUPER STARS ' Boy Greg Farmer arid Tracy Farr Girl Trica Evana BEST DRESSED , . OLE' SETTLER : Male No Participates" Female 1 st Erma Lo 2rid Mersa Green Littlest die' Settler Krista Sweeten, daughti of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Sweeten ; , Best Decorated Bike Litk Owens, daughter of Mr. arid  Mrs. Curtis Owens ' ' Best Pc* Cindy Hfi, daught of Mr. and M, James Hall ; Best Antique Car Clintcm Easter of Perkins '" Best Team and Wagon Jol3 Byram, son of Lynn Byram., Best Float Red Skin Socie(y" Club (involves Indian You. of the P-T High School frofit 1st thru 12th grade) i,  -i Bands Receiving Ca Awards Perkins-Tryon,,: Shidler, and Sand SpringS'. Central High. All got $50.1\\; each. ,  HORSE SHOE DOUBLES :', 1st Geral and teonati Flora of Stillwat  2nd James (Buck) and Ji-! Eva 3rd Dewayne Moser an]! Dan Kas DOMINO DOUBLES ; "! I st Joe Springer aniL: Ruby Moo