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rs. Gretta Schall and Robert Dunkle, Wann, , Wednesday with Mr. Mrs. George Castoe. Schall is Mrs. Castoe's, and Mrs. Bud Brown family, Perkins, were evening supper of Mrs. Tom Brown. guests were Mr. and Floyd Brown, Ft. Texas. Jr. and Mrs. Randy parents of a girl, Olivia Renee. The wieghed 7 pounds and She has a sister The Robinsons live in is teaching. Robinson is the former and Mrs. Charles past week in Missouri, where visited his sister and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Meryi Porter spent with her sister, Myrtle Whitson, Still. Mrs. Whitson has I quite ill. and Mrs. David Ponca City, were guests of Mr. Broyles. and Mrs. Shurrell Paris, Tennessee, Monday evening with and Mrs. Sherman Mr. Smith is a former and Mrs. Milton were Wednesday visitors of Mrs. )hine Nichols, Ponca resident, retired Cecil Yeager, Austin, visited with Glencoe tds during this past SENIOR CITIZENS Senior Citizens and staff are presently the Lions Club their breakfast. This we hope, a affair. The musical sessions of great interest and attendance--come join us each Friday night. The Senior Citizens are quite fortunate to have the services of members of the Green Thumb to assist them in building repairs. Led by Dick Stephens, this group is providing much-needed wir- ing and repair work. A Foods Program is in the making and it is hoped will be underway soon. The re- sponse to the Crisis Interven- tion Program was excellent and results have been more than hoped for. Visit us. ILLINESS Dale Murphy and his mother, Mrs. Faye Murphy, visited their aunt Mrs. Stella Caldwell, Perry, Sunday. Mrs. Caldwell has been quite ill. Tom Brown remains a patient in the Stillwater Hospital. Howard Day will enter Veterans' Hospital, Okla- homa City, Wednesday, for a serious operation. Prayers are requested. Leta Kelso, former resi- dent now living in Stillwater, remains a patient in an Oklahoma City hospital. She received a broken neck as a result of a car accident and is in a cast. RAMBO RUSTLERS MEET The Rambo Rustlers met for an all day eeting, Wednesday, in the home of Mrs. Geneva Blanchard. Following a delicious cover- ed dish dinner the afternoon session was held. Jessie Capstick read Psalms 143, the Lord's Prayer was prayed in unison and the Flag Salute given. Roll call was answer- ed by Pearl Broyles, Jesse Capstick, Marie Clapham, Ana Huff, Ruth Knox, Gertrude Linsenmeyer, Leta Olinghouse, Katie Price, Mary Sawyer, Elizabeth Turner, and the hostess. Games were played and prizes won by Gertrude Linsenmeyer and Marie Clapham. Mary Sawyer and Marie Clapham received HARRISON ELECTRIC ALONG WITH FIXTURES AND COMPLETE ELECTRIC SERVICE NOW CARRIES ...... MINUTE MAN SMOKE DETECTION SYSTEMS WITH EASY INSTALLATION FIND OUT MORE Harrison Electric 2.7171LIGHT HOUSE birthday gifts. All enjoyed a lovely time. C-oldie Goes Again Mrs. Goldie Kuhn accom- panied a tour group to the opening of the National Craft Festival, held in Silver Dollar City, Missouri, Friday. All enjoyed the varied displays. Saturday night all attended the presentation of Shepherd of the Hills, held in the hills near Branson, Missouri. Sunday they stopped at a lovely Catholic Church it Eureka Springs, Arkansas, where they could see from the church grounds the beautiful and impressive statue of the Christ of the Ozarks. After a lovely trip, they arrived home Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Baker were Sunday dinner guests of their daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Kenny Applegate, Sapulpa. Other guests were two of their children and their families. Mr. and Mrs. Terry Watson and son, Oklahoma City, and Mrs. Letha Will were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Childers. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Porter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Porter and girls, Fairfax, were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Meryl Porter. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Linsenmeyer spent Sunday with their son and family, Mr. and Mrs. Lee Linsen- meyer and children, Tulsa. The Lee Lensenmeyers entertained, honoring Mrs. Walter Linsenmeyer on the occasion of her birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Murle Blanchard and children, Morrison, were Sunday evening visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Emmett Blanchard. Mr. and Mrs. Dean Warden and family and Mrs. Charles Budzene and chil- dren, Stillwater, were Sun- day evening dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Treat, Sr. J. C. Kelso spent the week-end in Oklahoma City with his mother Mrs. Leta Kelso who is a hospital patient there. Pete Will, Arlington, Texas, spent the weekend with his mother Mrs. Letha Will and other relatives. Mrs. Keith Hodges and children, Monte Vello, Ala., spent the past two weeks with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bill McGinty, and with Mr. Hodges parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Hodges. Mr. and Mrs. Emmett Blanchard hosted the Rambo Rustlers Club members and their families Saturday night, In attendance were Mr. and Mrs. Walter Linsenmeyer, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Knox, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Skidgel, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Baker, Leta Olinghouse, Mr. and Mrs. O. C. Sawyer and the hosts. All cards and visiting. Goldie Kuhn visited her aunt, Mrs. Ben Adriance, Enid, who is presently hospitalized. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Fent were Sunday evening visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Miltimore. Mr. and Mrs. Elton Turner entertained Mr. and Mrs. Walter Linsenmeyer Friday evening. They feted Mrs. Linsenmeyer on the occasion of her birthday, serving by request, not cake--but pie and ice cream. Mrs. Dan Redburn, Paw- nee, and Mrs. Emmett Blanchard were Thursday dinner guests of their sister, Mrs. Clyde Skeen, Still- water. Mr. and Mrs. Les Grote received word that their son and family, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Grote and children, had been transferred from Kenai Alaska to Bakers, Montana. While they will be closer to "home", they will probably miss Kenai, since they had they had resided there for 9 years. Little Will Brock spent the past week with his maternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Shell, while his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jan Brock moved their home from Sherman, Texas to Monroe, Louisiana. Sunday evening callers of Mrs. Maizie Strain were Mrs. Emma Holland, Mrs. Maud Davis and Mrs. Goldie Kuhn. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Leisher were Monday afternoon callers of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Gates. "0- GLENCOE PUBLIC SCHOOL MENU Menu for Sept. 29 (No School Friday) Bar-B-Q Beef on Bun French Fries with Catsup Orange Juice Cookies Milk Lucy Graham Celebrates birthday Family visitors in the home of Clarrcy and Sue Cook to help celebrate the 83rd birthday of Lucy Graham last week were Mr. and Mrs. Chester Graham of Sapulpa and Mrs. Joe Graham and daughters Emily and Amanda, of Tulsa, and Ira Cook of Stillwater. Lucy Graham and her sister Bea Dodd of Guthrie will spend Tuesday with their brother and wife, the C. T. Edmondsons of Stillwater' where they will have a catfish dinner to celebrate Lucy and Boa's birthdays, which are only a few days The Perkins Journal Thursday, September 29, 1977.7 From Here and There By Edna Eaton Wilson Mr. and Mrs. Paul Henry of Tonasket, Washington arrived in Stillwater Friday. The Henrys visited Mrs. Henry's sister, Mrs. E. M. Roggow of Stillwater, then went on to Enid to visit a son and his family, and from there will go on to Tennessee where they will spend some time with another son who is with the Tennessee Valley Authority. The Henrys also visited the Harold Stranghns while here. They plan a return trip to Payne County in October where a reunion of all those who attended Free Silver, Bend, and Harmony District schools and Ripley school during the years of 1913, 1914, and 1915. Interested persons may contact this writer at Stillwater, Ph. 372-4772 or Allie Gillespie at Cushing. Date for the proposed reunion is October 23, or a date near that Sunday. Area churches are invited. to attend the Community Singing to be held at Diamond Valley Church on Thursday afternoon Mrs. John Eckman, Coyle, Okla., was host to the following: Mrs. Natalie Gatson, Cush- ing, Oklahoma; Mrs. Opal Johnson, and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Whitmore, all of Coyle. Mrs. Gatson is a cousin of Mrs. Eckman, Mrs. Johnson and Mrs. Whir- more. The occasion was a reunion with Mrs. Gatson as she left Coyle with her mother when she was 2 years old. Her father, Glen Charboneau passed away several years ago and her mother recently. It was a happy meeting, pictures were exchanged and the afternoon went very quickly. Now that she is close to Coyle, we hope to see each other often. # Sunday visitors of Mr. and Mrs. DeVote Ingles were Mr. and Mrs. Marion Wood and Terry of Tulsa. Terry is home on a furlough from the Army. # Mr. and Mrs. John Whitmore attended the Osage Wolfe hunters meet at Hominy last week. They reported seeing many friends. There was a large crowd at the meet and plenty of entertainment. The Mar- rick meet will be the first week in October. # In a recent fair at Chandler, The White Rock livestock team placed second in Lincoln Co. Varina VanBebber and Todd Van- Bobber were members of the team. # LeRoy and Joel Brewer were weekend visitors in the Warren Brewer home. # JAMES oTIS FA1RBANKS HAS BIRTHDAY Mr. and Mrs. Otis Long had a birthday supper Oct. 20 for their grandson James Otis Fairbanks on his third birthday, He enjoyed the beautiful cake, which was decorated with edible clowns. 'The guests besides his parents, Mr. and Mrs. James Fairbanks and Shelly were Mr. and Mrs. Charles Ottaway, Mr. and Mrs. Johnnie Long, the hosts and the honoree. # Mr. and Mrs. Earl Smith visited Wednesday night with Mr. and Mrs. Ed Bennett, Perry, Okla. Mr. Bennett fell from a horse some time ago and had just returned from a stay in an Oklahoma City hospital. We wish him a speedy recovery. "0" is promoted Marine Private First Class James R. Terry, son of Mr. and Mrs. Dan R. Terry of Route 1, Box 272A, Perkins, Okla., has been meritorious- ly promoted to his present rank upon graduation from recruit training at the Marine Corps Recruit depot, San Diego. He received the early promotion for his superior performance during all i phases of the ll-week training cycle, which empha- \\; sized physical conditioning, self-discipline and team- work. He joined the Marine Corps in January 1977. Sunday afternoon, October 0. --o Ms. Joy Green, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Pace is a patient in Stillwater Hospital, this time because of high blood pressure. ...o Mrs. L. M. Cooper is moving from Cheyenne, Wyoming to Perkins whet she has purchased a home. Her sister and husband, Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Cunningham have been here and are busy helping redecorate the house. Mrs. Cooper is delighted with the house and with the Perkins community. Mrs. Loren Gray, who underwent surgery at Still- water Hospital September 20, is home recuperating after one week in the hospital. October events at Dia- mond Valley are intriguing. First off, there will be the celebration of the Golden Wedding Anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. M. C. (Jack) Dryden. The Drydens have reared six daughters and a son, all of whom plan to be present Saturday for the gala occasion. Daughter Joan is coming from Washington state; Clara Rose from Texas; Zelma from Bartlesville; and Mary Ruth from Moore. Lorene and Rose Marie, eldest of the seven live close, as does the son John and his family who reside in Stiilwater. Friends, neighbors and numerous members of the Dryden family look forward to Saturday with much joyful anticipation. Jack's sister Goldie and Dollie's sister Juanita and family, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Goodenough are coming in from out of state. Scott Harting who was painfully injured in a mishap that did considerable dam- age to his pickup about two weeks ago, has been released from Stillwater hospital and is now at home. Leroy Hatting is one farmer who gets full use of his acres. Having harvested a good yield of wheat from one of his fields, Leory planted the land back to whippoorwill field peas that yielded a good crop of forage which Leroy baled, and with his sons got the good legume hay into the barn this week. leroy is busy discing the ground now where the expects to plant grain for winter pasture. -O- "ENERGY SAVING HOMES" WILL MEAN A REDUCTION IN YOUR HEATING AND AIR CONDITIONING COSTS TOTAL ELECTRIC-TOTAL ENERGY IQUAt NOtmNO ogq.omlJMirf : AII-$uper:tnsulat'ion, Storm Windows, Extra Insulation in Wall's and Attic. Total Electric Heat Pump and Air Conditioning. Electric Kitchen and Electric Water Heater. Brick. Some on Wooded Lots. 507 Carol Court 508 Carol Court CALL: 372-5680 or 547-2401 OSD, Inc. ASK FOR: 124 S. Main St. Perkins, Okla. HARLAND WELLS We Don't Build Them Like They Used To "WE BUILDTHEM BETTER" 914 S. Main, Stillwater n mmmmnmmm "  I I IJ i IIIIIIII IIIII i II. ml ] You are Invited to Attend the  T.I.E. Style Show and Salad Supper  brought finger foods and apart. spent the evening playing .0- msssassmmi00mm Warren Johnson has .... moved cattle on the Majors'  place because of water i shortage in another pasture. We are needing rain badly-- most of the wheat in this part of is planted and up to a gooa g+atue of'lJbertg 0000n."rl and 'Mrs. Frank II w. are proud to have been asked to present II mm ...-.- ..-.- llll,Im Whitmore visited Jessie mn ..o..., w-o .Y i, =-'. ,,111| I I[ ur elthing ln such a fine way to the ladies ll mm co.,,, - v- Ulllilm Lake Monday morning in m a-: UlII! Stillwater. # of the community. m 8='"I I[II 1 guests ftheir daughter IIBarbaraand%mily. nl herrDraper.Lirldo Parrac.. [ll, purchased the Crabtree gas " / new building at the location. m m Need financial ill Coyle also has a new , IIim ' PamCundi, : 11 opened in the near future. mm cooperation?A warm i[lll restaurant which plans to be m welcome awamts Hla I II  Tickets are on Sole Here and '' It )1 m yuaturbank' am ;l00+00..00411ilip I!!11 fromT. LE. members. II - ' "'""'"" I Des by @ II ii Come in and Browse in our  It !1 m B Th e P, zyne County Bank. ]'HairStylin,____ aker's Dry Goods Store ,er FDIC PerkinS, OK. " 547.2118  I --