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10-The Perkins Journal Thursday, September 22, 1977 (last week) ing for their regular meeting Home Builders Home on September 7 at 1:30 p.m. Extension Club met at Mrs. Ann Bennett, vice- to order. Ten members answered the roll call by showing or telling of clever wisdom from a family member. Flag salute and Lord's Prayer were given in unison. Devotional was Ecclesiastics 3:1-10, given by Minnie Bieberdoff. She also read an item about Christians who are like footballs. You can McKesson Vitamin C 200 Tablets Parke-Davis Natural Vitamin E as natural as nature itself 200 unit Reg. 42s 2  Bonus Pak 9 oz. Reg. 3" 2 69 .oo o i!i-: Da 079 Night. 547.5069 ii Cairin Anthony, Owner ' Perkin00rug 'alvin Anthony and Steve Willingham, Pharmicists going. The understanding creed was read by all the members and they partici- pated in the discussion. The lesson on "Understanding Ages and Stages of Life" was given by Linda Sneed. She said a child's life is guided by his parents. Children need reinforcement in the growth of their minds as well as their bodies. Plans were made to attend the County Council meeting. Each is to take a salad dish. Those who served at the fair reported a good fair. Everyone agreed on women working outside the home. A self-evaluation test followed the lesson. Next leader will be Belle Whitmore on Metric Update. # Mr. and Mrs. Otis Long were hosts Sept. 10 for a birthday party and dinner for their daughter Debbie Fair- banks. Guests were her grandparents Mr. and Mrs. Charles Ottaway of Coyle, Mr. and Mrs. John Long, Mr. and Mrs. Dick Rogers and Julie, also Quita and Naomi Rogers of Perkins, and James, Shelly and Jimmy Fairbanks of Coyle. They enjoyed a barbecued meal. # Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Crossman and family, Mr. and Mrs. Randy Willeg, all of Wichita, Kansas, have been visiting in the Long homes. Cimarron Valley" Wolf Hunters fall hunt will be October 5 to 8 at Old Merrick townsite. The October 7 entertainment by Oklahoma State Reformatory Band. Our congratulations this week are to Pat and Fannie Smalley who celebrated their 25th Wedding Anniversary recently. They were graduated from Coyle High School in 1951. Fannie is Vice-president of Coyle Bank and Pat is Route 1, Coyle mail carrier. May they have many more years of happiness together. Darlene Dawson under- went surgery recently in the Mercy Hospital, Oklahoma City. We wish for her speedy recovery. Coyle will soon have a new restaurant open on Main Street. Four new homes have been built or are in the process of being built in Coyle. They also have a new school building this year. We have some new people moving into the neighbor- hood. We hope to meet them and invite them to share our clubs and our community with them. The County Fairs are now behind us and bigger-than- Doris Howard Rites held Doris Alene Howard, 823 S. Jefferson, died Wednes- day, Sept. 7, 1977 at Stillwater Municipal Hos- pital. She was 61. Services were held Satur- day Sept. 10, at Strode Funeral Chapel with the Rev. Kenneth Dye officiating and Thomas Cunningham assisting. Interment was in Fairlawn Cemetery. Mrs. Howard was born March 21, 1916, in Lehigh, the daughter of James and Evelyn Estes. She married John Howard in Coalgate on June 8, 1935 after graduat- ing as Lehigh High School valedictorian in 1934. She moved to Stillwater after her marriage. She was clerk with the Multi-List office of the Stillwater Board of Realtors and was past president of the Stillwater chapter of the Lady Ikes and a member of the ABWA. She is survived by her mother, Mrs. Evelyn Estes of Coalgate, her husband, three sons, Don of Midwest City, John of Washington, D.C., and Dale, Harrisburg, Va.; a daughter Mrs. Betty Callicott of Owasso and seven grandchildren. She is also survived by five brothers: Harold of Coal- gate, Joe of Oklahoma City, Bernice of Boswell, Paul of Lehigh and Chester 'of Bokchito; and seven sisters: Mrs. Helen Collum of Owasso, Mrs. Virginia Rick- ard of Stonewall, Mrs. June Elliot of Soper, Mrs. James Palmer of Lehigh, Mrs. Mary w STANLEY Decorate your home with this phone. Just call your Southwestern Bell business office and order the Antique Gold." @ Southy00stern Bell Tts aovetslnq ,s a 8w% oPe,ahnt 3 expense o Sou}we$1ern Bet Ann Yother of Coalgate, Mrs. Norma Maynes of Arlington, Tex., and Mrs. Reba Eddings of Coalgate. Three sons and one son-in-law served as pallbearers. -0" Paul O. Crowell Funeral services for Paul Owen Crowell, 75, were Saturday, September 19, 1977, at 12:00 noon in the Harvey Chapel conducted by Rev. Danny Hinkle, pastor of the College Heights Chris- tian Church. Masonic grave- side rites and burial were at 4:00 p.m. in the Glencoe Cemetery conducted by members of Masonic Lodge #92 AF & AM, Perkins, Oklahoma. Crowell died Thursday, September 8th in an Ardmore hospital after a lengthy illness. Born August 28, 1902 at Bokchito, Indian Territory he had been a resident of Ardmore for 9 years coming here from punca City, Oklahoma. He had also resided in Perkins. Crowell married the for- mer Arlene Coombs April 23, 1936 at Purcell, Oklahoma and was a retired Tool Pusher for the Foster Oil Company. A member of the College Heights Christian Church, he was also a member of Masonic Lodge #92 AF & AM, Perkins, the Guthri Consistory and India Temple Shrine. Survivors include his wife, Arlene of the home. A son, Robert of Shreveport, La., and two brothers, Carl Crowell, Odessa, Texas and M. J. Crowell, Phoenix, Arizona. Three sisters, Mrs. D. M. (Beth).Berry, Cart- wright, Oklahoma, Mrs. Jeth Vickers and Mrs. Ernest Jackson both of Boswell, Oklahoma. Also three grand- children and several nieces and nephews. Services were directed by the Harvey Funeral Home, ever state fairs will soon be on the agenda. We visited the County Fair in Lincoln Co., at Chandler on Friday. There were many beautiful exhibits. I was amazed at the number of sheep exhibited. Poultry, pigeons and rabbits are still shown at the fair, along with a lot of cattle, especially dairy cattle. The people were so friendly and gracious--it reminded me of the good times that Frank and I have had at the Guthrie and Stillwater fairs. Leola Johnson Services for Leola Eva Johnson of Coyle were held Friday, Sept 9 at 2 p.m. at Perkins Strode Chapel with Rev. Gerald Huts, officiat- ing. Interment was in Perkins. Mrs. Johnson died Wed- nesday Sept. 7, 1977 at Coil's Rest Haven in Guthrie. She was 78. She was born in Choctaw on Oct. 3, 1899, the daughter of William and Mary Jane Collier. She married Albert T. Johnson in Guthrie in 1926. Mr. Johnson died Jan. 3, 1966. Mrs. Johnson lived in the Coyle, Perkins, and Still- water areassince 1926. She was a member of the Seventy Day Adventist Church and of the .Eastern Star. She is preceded in death by her husband and two sisters, but is survived by a niece, Dorthy Curtis of Rt. 4, Stillwater. -0" I For Safety's Sake Dr. DeWitt Hunt Safety Specialist Oklahoma State University Bicycling is a hazardous activity. Bicycle riders should be certificated and licensed. Riding tests, both written and on-the-road, should be passed before a rider's li- cense is issued. Then bicycle riders should be given tickets for traffic rule violations. But in practice these re- quirements apply to a small percentage of the 100,000,000 bicycle riders in this country. The National Safety Council reports around 1,000 bicycle-motor vehicle collision deaths in D75. Sunday rites Gertie Grimm, resident of Perkins, September 13, Stiilwater Municipal pital at the age of 75. Her funeral was Sunday in the Strode Home Chapel in The Rev. 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