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EPTEMBER 26, 1996 regular choir 7:45 p.m. The last Wednesday (Sept. the group have a salad luncheon honoring Group meets the third Saturday (Oct. 19 next ]e Cross for details. south on 177 to Lost Creek Road, west one mile. ation, call Max Rudd at 547-5207 or Lost Creek Methodist Church of Perldns Sunday after Pentecost, the Evening Bells will as a prelude and the chancel choir will sing Thee as an offertory. The sermon, Say As I parable of the two sons, one who says yes and who says no and does. The Outreach Com- and there will be a bridal shower for Leslie 4 p.m. in the Fellowship Hall. The Nominating meet briefly fight after worship. begin Sunday evening at 6:30 p.m. This members to be in the parsonage, to get ac- each other and to give input into church plans for gn up in the narthex Sunday or call the church dinners will be held Monday, September 1 and Friday, October 4. will be on sale in the narthex until October Your order on the form there or take home a form me will meet on October 6 at 4:30 p.m. and following at 5:30. services and activities can be found else- Visitors are always welcome! Strongest weapons nation's may well be ay, Octo- Regional Hospi- Sponsoring the Attack Risk Participants information to risks of also receive 'can take risks. risk study includes test to mea- and blood sugar Screenings now [Cholesterol data, on HDL or and the ration and total choles- have been an additional attack risk. evaluated in smok- pressure. Is open to all and over. Screenings ev- a and the response has been over- Ron Cackler, to see how many take control of and learn what Protect them- selves and stay healthy. By al- tering lifestyle habits such as diet and exercise, it is possible to reduce heart attack risk fac- tqr_s. _And, ap.y improyement "m these numbers can have a sig- nificant impact on your long term health." "While all individual results are confidential, we do get sta- tistics on the number of people screened and our community to- tals and trends,: Cackler ex- plained. "We have been pleased to see that a number of people do return every six months to monitor their progress. By the last screening, we saw improve- ment in many categories, includ- ing lowering cholesterol num- bers, reducing high blood pres- sure and bringing down high blood sugar for these repeat vis- its." In addition to Cushing Re- gional Hospital and Hillcrest Medical Center in Tulsa, the pro- gram is co-sponsored by Oklahoma's New Channel 8, the Hillcrest Exercise and Lifestyle Program and the Hillcrest Aux- iliary. The $10 screening fee includes testing and counseling on the results. At least two hours of fasting is recommended before testing. Appointments are avail- able between 10 a.m. and 2 p.m. on October 3rd. For more infor- mation or an appointment, call toll free 1-800-516-8444. ............... :.C.: opening prayer.: Tables we e: , Stevenson by Elsie Grant, Ellen. Boyds ,, Anita Eades, Pat Carnes and daught kemah Darby and daughter Mane West, "1 "OurFamilyServingYourFamily-Since1943" STILLWATER MONUMENT CO. Stillwater s Only Full Service Monument Compamf 1102 South Perkins Road oStillwater 372-8585 If No Answer Call 377-6150 Bronze & Granite Markers John & Merle Harshbarger Leslie Owsley to wed Donald Hinson, Jr. Owsley/Hinson engagement announced Mr. and Mrs. Walter J. Owsle Perkins, announce t_he e ment and upcoming wedding, of their daughter, Leslie C. Owsley, to Donald J. Hinson, Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Donald J. Hinson, Sr. of Littleton, Colorado. The wedding will take place October 12, 1996, at the First United Methodist Church of Perkins. The Reverend Susan Ross will officiate the ceremony. Ms. Owsley is a 1984 graduate of Perkins-Tryon High School and attended Southeastern Oklahoma State University in Durant where she earned a bachelor's of science in aviation in 1987 and a master's degree in administrative studies in 1989. She is currently employed as a captain for Merlin Express, Inc. The groom graduated from North Miami Beach High School and served in the Marine Corps for eight years. He earned a bachelor of science in criminal justice in 1995 from Florida International Uni- versity and is currently employed by Wells Fargo of Denver, Colo- rado. Project HEART delivers noon meal For more information about meal delivery from Project HEART, contact Jonita Milligan, director, at 372-1201. The meals for this week in- clude: Monday, September 30, spa- ghetti with meat sauce and grated cheese, green peas, applesauce, hot roll, butter and cherry crisp for dessert. Tuesday, October 1, will begin with beans and Polish sausage over rice, spinach, orange juice, cornbread, butter and sliced po- tatoes. Wednesday, October 2, is sliced turkey with gravy, whipped po- tatoes, mixed vegetables, a roll and oatmeal cake for dessert. Thursday, October 3, is Sloppy Joe's on a bun, potato salad, sliced onion and tomatoes and cherry marble dessert. Friday, October 4, is Brunswick stew, pears with cottage cheese, it's a boyl David and Lisa Sasser are proud to announce the birth of Kristofer Trey Sasser, 8 pounds, 11 ounces, and 20.5 inches. Trey was born Wed., Sept., 18 at 3:44 p.m. in Stillwater Medi- cal Center. cornbread with-butter and strawberries on white cake with whipped topping. m Sponsored by Partners in Education (PIE) to be held in conjunction with Harvest Fest. October 12, 1996, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the Perkins Fire Station. Partners in Education will have a booth. Craft items are much needed and appreciated. Please help us support our schools. For more information contact Terri Reed at 547-2592 or Carla Wollenberg at 918-374-2490. llllllllllIlllIlllllllIIIllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll would like to donate a craft item. NAME ADDRESS PHONE I' i~II/vOuldliketOrent a booth space. NAME ADDRESS PHONE $ enclosed ($20 par booth space, $25 with electric.) MAIL TO: CARLA WOLLENBERG, RT. 1, BOX 555, PERKINS, OK. 74059 mmmmmmmmmmmmmm||mmmm|mm|||||||mmmmmmmm|mm|mm|m|m|||mmmm=~