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;i!t COBB of Perkins was reoently selected as the Princes She is the daughter of Abe and Trish Miss Cobb has served as state junior dairy princess, p in the state contest and was state Brown Swiss She says showmanship is her favorite competition demonstrated that by winning senior showmanship at the 67th Sooner State Dairy Show. News... Logan FCE group entered the County Fair, Sept. 9-11. group participation was Everyone was quite as the group came out with of ribbons. Hicks and Vicky attended their own individual pizza, drink, and some party favors. A birthday cake was also served. Those attending: Lance and Kyle Phillips, Cameron Lung, Becky Bitfle, John Fultz, Billy Fuitz, Nick Duncan, Logan Kamer, Emily Carney News... The Carney Assembly of God adult class had a very good Sunday lesson on "Working Together." The class was taught by Run Brown. The three main topics discussed were: Giving from the heart, using God- given abilities, and contributing generously. The golden text was "Everyone who was willing and whose heart moved him, came and brought an offering to the Lord for the work on the tent of meeting." Exodus 35:21. The truth was cooperation among God's people, brings great results in the work of God. It takes everyone working to- gether to have peace and harmony in the church .... The Perkins Journal, Thursday, September 23, 1993 -Page 3 By Pat Skaggs (865-2246) Exodus 35 tells of the coopera- tion that took place when the chil- dren of Israel began the building of the tabernacle. Great things can happen when everyone vrks together. When we become divided, very little can be accomplished. God responds to those who work together. There are times when God gives us special opportunities to make an impact on the world. There are also times when God will make an impact on our lives. We must respond with a willing and obedient heart. We must remember, God's love our lives and make us a valuable cooperative member within the body of Christ. God will accept all who calls upon his name, regardless of our own past mistakes. If we join with others we can get the work done. Working alone can make a lonely Derson of us. Honored Couple The Carney First Baptist Church, honored Mandy Wade with a wedding shower Sept. 18, The special occasion was held in the Church Fellowship Hall. Several ladies watched Mandy as she opened her gifts. Refreshments were served following the shower. has no limit. He can transform and Suzie Wade of Carney; and Henry Sabraula, son of LeeRoy and Henrietta Sabranla of Perry; will he married Sept. 25 in the Carney Baptist Church, before the Rev. Jim Wininger of Muskogee, former pastor of the clau.rch. Everyone is welcome to the 5 p.m. ceremony. Visitors Arvilla Savage had as her week- end visitors two of her daughters, Elouise Carpenter, of Oklahoma City; and Pat Skaggs of Carney. Paul and Jewell Dornan was in Mandy Wade, daughter of Ray- Carney recendy visiting relations. I i [ LObituary ] Cimarron Valley talks Harvest Fest VIRGINIA LEA DICKSON Services for Virginia Lea Dick- son, 59, ( Perkins were held Sept. 21 at the Criswell Funeral Home Chapel in Ada with the Revs. Steve Allen and Wayne Shannon offici- ating. Burial followed at Oakman Cemetery. She died Saturday, Sept. 18, at an Oklahoma City Hospital. Mrs. Dickson was bum Nov. 2, 1933 at the Hapwland Community near Ada, the daughter of Perry 'Bud" and Margaret Alice Killian Gann. She attended school at Bying. She moved to the Carney-Perkins area from Arkansas City, Kan. in 1984, and was employed as a fry cook with the Perkins Steer Inn at the time of her death. Mrs. Dickson was a Southern Baptist. Survirs include three daugh- ters, Carol Gordon, Winfield, Kan.; Lisa Treaster and Clarissa Brad- shaw, Arkansas City Kan.; three sons, Russell Hass, Tulsa; Glendon Hags, Cedarvale, Kan.; and Chris Hass, Carney; one stepson, Scott Hager, Perkins; four sisters, Sue Allen, Ada; Bobble Nolan, Okla- homa City; Christine Muck, Cen- By Geraldine Allen The Perkins Cimarron Valley FeE Club was hosted Sept. 7 in the home of Inez Barnes. President Opal Olson presided over the meeting. Geraldine Allen chose as her devotional, "We Need to Care More." She also read the scripture from Matthew I0:1. Members answered the roll call with "If you had a handicap, what would be the greatest obstacle to moving around the home?" Emma Lou Hardin was elected president, Charlotte Parrack, vice president; and Esther Ham, secre- tary and treasurer. Emma LOu-gave rets-of-Opal Olson, Esther Ham, Ru-th .... members entries and placings in Wasell, Emma LOu Hardin, Agnes food preservation, clothing and Cowley, Charlotte Parrack, Elsie FCE home and life at the Payne County Fair. Ruth Wassell presented her pro- gram on "Basic Facts" about arthri- tis and demonstrated some "home helps" for the people with arthri- tis or other handicaps. There are many different types of arthritis and other rheumatic diseases and some are more difficult to treat than oth- ers. The hostess served refreshments at the close of the meeting to Grant, Rosa Lynn Baker, Peru Rice, Joyce Youngker, Geraldine Allen and two guests, Oliver and Irene Hardin. Elsie Grant hosted hamburger cookout at her home Sept. 10. Present were Cliff and Opal Olson, Max and Betty Branstetter, George and Emma Lou Hardin and grandson Andrew, Oliver and Irene Hardin, Jim and Esther Ham, J.L. and Joycc Youngker, Elmo and Inez Barnes, Wayne and Geraldine Allen. Elsie and Emma Lou will be in ... charge cl the float for Harvest Pest F---'--',VINYL SIDING] [ -:lli  REPLACEMENT which is coming ul 7t. 16. I "SOFFIT l I= W'NDowS I M .FASCIA / I:--IL ..r,, lllP'-' -'e. .... I I :7 tllll TItOulF'emm Commodities i-00sser00 Commodities will be distributed *FREE E]STIMATI=S Thursday, Sept. 30 from 3 to 5 p.m. IIIh.,_._ at the Assembly of God Church. To be distributed is applesauce, dry beans, peanut butter and raisins. / to celebrate Tylor Boyce's Duncan, Tara Boyce, Arlene and ter; and Donna Roberts, Bying; "! xl;t.., u;,.t.o 13 grandchildren and special friend F -" " -" " -" " " ' "- birthday on Tuesday at "':" .... - " ..... and Warren ttagar.'" n,_-r RES"' wel ; PATIO COVERS SEAMLESS Joes. Also attending was Lon eayne, uau uoro, H I ,.,., v,.,,, l AND CARPORTS GUTTERING "- "" the '- Pallbearers were Russell ass, I AnKItnOCANwlnbeuqml/overt I , .......... t.m .MunP, m-,., ........ Valerie and "lbra Boyce. Arlene Hicks attenaexl tn play ............... UllJ.iONandsR, M.Frae I I.'rB*mm'J". ''k .e.smm=muaov.r=aem -- " " - "--J '- .... r in uns rtass, Memu tJoroon, ulen- .wummum Boyce entertained with a uracma at ruuaru ,neat. ......... Caleb I -,--o., I !  - .,,,,,,,., Pdthri (oh,rtln.r nloht UOU lla, 7,OL"I[ l-lagar anu at Pizza Hut for "I3,1or on ........ -'--"" Hass. I Call this newspaper n I.REE IlIOFF:m"J =',,,.,.. h, Napier - andteillemtopta e I Esrl'r-  .,so" Ive a,=. reo00 t. _ _ _ _ _ _ _ - - J ' /dATER. : T " lrkins , were among 762 students , ' Cushin 8 Resional D is proud I degrees at the end of ' , to thc00e Bflnouncc semester at Oldahoma ' ' Uyj dth ': ' physicians who have recen oine e... University, OSU officials : ' CRH Outpatient B.S.; and Cynthia Napier,  ATe:' Specialty C:linic ) Duncan McRae, M.D. In the hills of Oklahoma's Osage County, Kerr-McGee has helped create the NAIURE CONSERVANCTg latgest project ever: the vast [&LLGggSS PRMRI[ PRS[R\\;. it's an efJon to protec! and restore what once reigned over millions of acres in the continent's heartland. lot mine i;ornmtion, please co.t the Natuw Co,tservanc at 918.585-1117 or 320 5oulh Boston, SuiW 1222. Tu/sa, OK 74103, p is more than waving grasses and wildlife. 18 a whole ecosystem: a cycle of nature that the Nature Conservancy is working to restore. That cycle consisted of buffalo thal grazed on a section of grass, followed by naturally caused fire that burned the grasslands, producing rich, renewed growth. The prairie presen, e's 30,O00-acre size is vital to support this cycle, as well as the wildlife that will inhabit it - including some 1,500 bison. Many people believe it our last chance to restore the great American prairie. It's a glimpse of history in our country's heartland. Emimmnentai Stewardship: That OF. 0t & G,s R[flNtNG & MARK[TING COaL CHEmlCMS Cancer Treatment Seriee Dr. McRae is digihle for board certicatlon in ontology (cancer dhgnmht and utatmen0 and hematology (diagnmis and treatment of blood disemm inch as anemia). He b board certify! in internal medicine. He attended medical 1 at the Univenity of Not Carolina School of Medicine and completed hk inmip, Rideney and onmlosylhematoloy fellowship at the Unlvenky of Tem Health .knc Center, Dallas. he w,'ll visit CRH on a weekly bash m ovc. cheamtherap,/treatments and comuk with local phyiclam thmush an arrangement with Hillct Medial Center, Tulsa. M. Steve Schneider, M.D. F. C. C I Boant c.e.aj t. Colo Dr. ,aelder holds MBBS fom the Univemlty of London, England and is member of the Royal CollqF of Surgcom, Univenky of London, England; DipIomate of d American Board of Internal Medicine; F'dlow of the American College d Canlido. He ha= practiced in the United Stata since 1978, doing hb klenty In internal Medk:ine at the University of Oidahomt, lvledkal CollelF. Sam ]. Worrag D. O. Dr. Worlrall k native ofTulm, Okhhoma. He graduated from Kanm City of Ostcopathlc Medicine wkh a Doctor of Ommpathy in 1965. He tecoRd hi* intern|hip in Lakeside Hmpital, Kansas City, MO and his te*idency at Tuln Regional Medical Center. He qechllze in: / Omlar/npiolg, (Ear-Noee-'I'kmat) / Head & Neck Surgery / Facial Plastic SuqFr, / , Alcq, /q, pointmen= Av=ilLr =Wm= = Cq,,=tS,hCU: Jerome Wade, M.D.  [ 918/225.8455 ", ..---- . yotae laealfhca e sot c.e lW'00Hl00 Hosnt'tal ou..,o;.