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4-THE PERKINS JOURNAL, Thursday, September 27, 2001 BREAKFAST Monday 10/1 : Soft Pretzles or assorted cereal, toast for cereal; assorted fruit .juice. jelly, milk Tuesda2 10/2: Cooked white rice or assorted cereal, toasted white bread, assorted fruit juice, jelly, margarine patty, milk Wednesday 10/3: Banana muffins or assorted cereal, bacon, toast for cereal, assorted fruit juice, jelly, milk Thursday_ 10/4: Breakfast pup or assorted cereal, assorted fruit juice, toast, for cereal, syrup, jelly, milk Friday 10/5: Sausage gravy or assorted cereal, biscuit, assorted fruit j u ice, jelly margarine patty, milk Monda2 10/1: Barbeque Smokies, steak fingers, French fries, fruit shape-ups, corn bread dry mix, milk, ketchup, margarine patty. Tuesday 10/2: Chicken strips, steak fingers, mashed potatoes, white gravy, pineapple chunks, white bread, margarine patty, ketchup, milk Wednesday 10/3: Turkey and noodles, steak fingers, green beans, fresh grapes, hot roll, orange cake, milk, margarine patty, ketchup Thursday 10/4: Chili, steak fingers, cheese, sticks, crackers, vegie sticks, pears, banana pudding, ranch dressing, ketchup, milk Friday 10/5: Hamburger on a bun, steak fingers, tator tots, pickle spears, peaches, milk, assorted salad dressing, ketchup BREAKFAST Monda~l.: Bagel dogs, hash browns, milk/juice Tuesday_ 9.:2: Sausage pancake sticks, fruit, milk/juice Wednesday_!0-3: Ham Patties, biscuits Thursda 10-4: Breakfast pizza, tator tots, milk/juice Friday: Glazed Long Johns, pears, milk/juice LUNCH Monday: Chili cheese burrito, Mexican beans, cherry crisp, milk/juice uesday, 10-2: Pigs in the blan- ket, baked beans, chips, or- anges, milk/juice Wednesday, 10-3: Fried chicken, mashed potatoes/ gravy, corn, hot rolls, fruit, juice/milk Thursday, 10-4: Pizza pockets, garden salad, dirt pudding w/ gummy worms, milk/juice Friday, 10-55 Taco burger, tator tots, pickle spears, pineapple chunks, milk/juice Nelson to celebrate 80th birthday Yes, Mary (Thele) Nelson will celebrate her 80`h Birthday on September 28. Her children, grandchildren, and great grand- children invite you to share in her celebration: Sunday, Sep- tember 30. 2001 at St. Francis Xavier Catholic Church. sixth and West, Stillwater. Reception will be at 2:00 p.m. Only the gilts of your presence and your prayers, please! Please mail or e-mail card, stories, memories, etc. for her scrapbook to Stella Hughes, 9918 S. Perkins Rd., Perkins, OK 74059 or nat2248 @ aol.com. i!i!iiiiiiiii!!i!? i iil ~:';i:;i' Sho,wff gCrqm iefi are. etz,,Mi] e M gan Sh'illbgtter; Chief Rick Bentley; and Tom McNally, rural fire coordinator for the 4ssociation of Central Oklahoma Governments. Coyle volunteer fire department receives check The Coyle Fire Department in Logan County has received a volunteer fire department opera- tional check for $2.325 from the Elm Grove HCE club meets The meeting was called to order by President Connie Walker at 7:30 p.m. The devotion Genesis 37:3 was read by Frances Burton, she also led the Lord's prayer. Roll call was answered by eight members; by what art or skill do you have that you want to pass on to your children. Four guest were introduced, Karlonne mad Bertha Harsbmon, Susie and Sally Knott. Officers were elected for the coming year. Family Fair September 29 at 9:00 a.m. Betty Rosiere led the les n on, "Sew some holiday heir- loom.,' Evelyn Kindschi, Susie and Sally Knot served lovely re- freshments to, Francis Burton, Bertha Harshmon, Mary Kay Jennings, Merhtel Kinzie, Betty Rosiere, Pauline smith, Connie and Juanita Walker and Karlanne Harshmon. Karlanne Harshmon won the door prize. The next meeting will be October 9 at 7:00 p.m. at Judy Moormon's. Oklahoma Department of Agri- culture Forestry Division, which administer the rural fire defense program. The money will be used to operate the fire department, for such expenses as fuel, new fire fighting equip- ment and maintenance. Seventy percent of the fire protection in the state comes from rural fire departments. Oklahoma has about 850 rural fire department volunteers save homeowners $30 million a year in lower insurance premiums and property preserved. by Geraldine Allen Women's Council of the First Christian Church held their an- nual fall salad supper on Sep- tember 18, 6:30 p.m., in the Fel- lowship Hall. Meeting opened with silent prayer, followed by prayer of- feted by Karen Lester and the flag salute was in unison. Sheri Doane read a poem she wrote, titled "Friends." Sheri read scripture fror of Jude. Members and guests shared their display of crafts and hobbies, every one being de- servedly popular. Glenda Murray presented cro- cheted cross book markers to everyone present. Martha Bowyers talent was expressed as she sang, "On the Wings of a Dove." Boo Worchester gave the closing prayer. Others present were: Rose Mary Cypret, Christi Marr & Haley, Ellen Boydston, Betty Stanton, Pat Carnes, Annita Eades, Faith Hughes, Sheri Lloyd, Monica Wall & Ginger, Mo Wassell, Elda Mason, Vivki Youngker, Geraldine Allen. Guests were: Margret Carrol,, Shirley Ann Wells, Becky Schipper, Karen Flack, Ruth Bradley, Bobble Arnoled and Sue Robb. II reaklast Vi/za5 II Cinnamen 1 115 Breakfast served I I Erca_klaSt Cwissanls Lawn & Garden .Lawn Mowers .Plumbing .Electrical Paint .Automotive Parts OPEN SATURDAYS 8 A.M. TO 1 P.M. onday-Friday 8 am to 6 pm 1il SOuth Main -547-2477 .Perkins i! i i ilii(/i/i i!i!i! iiiii!i!i ?!!i!i ..... IIF* LI~ i" ! Perkins Chamber of Commerce members joined Hattie Prather at a ribbon cutting held Sept.2O for her new business Exclusively Yours. Chamber busy with Adopt-A-Highway clean-up by Cindy Sheets Journal Publisher Perkins Chamber of Com- merce members are preparing to kick fall offby cleaning up trash in the group's Adopt-A-High- way tract. The tract extends along SH 33 from the Market Maze/ Ampride corner east to Brush Creek Road. "We want to get started on our part and I figured that get- ting it done before the weather starts to get cold is best," said Jolyne Carlson, chamber Adopt- A-Highway coordinator said. Carlson passed out sign-up sheets during the chamber's regular noon meeting on Sept. 20. She said volunteers are needed for the clean-up, which is scheduled for Saturday, Oct. 13. Anyone who would like to help is welcome, and encour- aged to contact Carlson for in- formation. David Sasser reported that plans for Harvest Fest were pro- ceeding. He said that the Harding Lawrence party will number at approximately 45 people. Jim and Jo Hyder volun- teered to be liaisons for the Lawrence party during their visit to Perkins. Parade coordinator Dan Johnson said he is expecting a large turnout for the parade. He reported that he had received more than 70 parade entries and more than 30 vendors would participate in the Gen mended for his up decorations Street, and Brian Hunter Robinson noted lbr helping install speaker system Street. Hattie Prather program about "Exclusively Yours!", al and alteration shop Zero Gravity, 122 S. Following chamber members ribbon cutting clusively Yours! The next regular scheduled for noon Oct. 4, at the Lion's ROn GOROON HOME IMPROVEMENT Roofing Home Repair & Remodeling Oecks - Privacy Fencing 20 Years Experience Insured Rod Gordon 405-547-2745 Perkins, OK Seniors l On a fixed income? I will figure out how to fix itll *CLEANING .CARPET, DRAPES .TILE ,WATER DAVID IICRC Certified Master Cleaner O Com by th Vassar Company on Friday, S ptember 28th to help us celebrate! Come and go from 2 p.m.-4 p.m. TOPS #OK488-Stlllwmr Open House, Wednesday, et. S 8:48 t.m.-l| tm. 602 I. West St. Questions? Call: 547-|888, 372-8894 et 847-8800 w t t South Main, Stillwater 405/372-3041 L Annette Kinzie To the dad in the With love from your kid ~c~ccTue, Delhi, Kendall c~d