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FAG 6- The Perkins Journal, Thursday, September 30, 1993 [11 " " : S00hoo! Obituaries &apos; Friday, Oct. 1 - B! ' Hit I I 1 ' - \\; Sausage gravy, hot biscuits, CAROL LEE WALL : pie chunks, milk. Lunch: Services for Carol Lee Wall, 54, held Sept. 25 in the Perkins United Methodist Church. was in the Perkins Cemetery. A memorial service was held Sept. ;24 in the Checotah First United Methodist Church. She died Sept. 21, 1993 follow- :ing a long illness with cancer. :; Carol Lee Wall was born Oct. 9, 71938 in Mooreland to Ephraim and Sybil Fiala Wall. The family moved = the family farm near Perkins 2:when she was a small child. : After graduating from Perkins ::High School, Carol earned her : :]Bachelor of Music Education degree ::at Oidahom State University, and false completed requirements for ;:her master's degree in counseling ::from OSU. Her career centered :.xound music. She was a band -,:or nmsic director since 1960. She .?retired after 28 years of teaching. lived in Okmuigee where :she exDk business courses at OSU- a During;ht'm her teaching career, Carol Deer Creek, Peru, Hen- Bamsdall, Checotah, Salli- Warner, Olive and Perkins. She was a certified lay speaker, and in the United Methodist wherever she lived. r Carol was a member of many educafion groups including Okla- homa Education Association, Na- Education Association and Delta Gamma. ; She was predeceased by her <mother. T, Survivors include her father and :stepmother, Ephraim and Florence Wall, Perkins; a brother and his family, Charles and Mary Jane Wall, Perkins, and Alan Wall, Mexico; Robert Wall, his wife Penny and their son Ethan; and Victor Wall, all of Perkins; her sister and her family, Donna and John Norris, Bryan, Texas, her daughter Angela Wiseman, Washington, D.C. and her son, Chris Wiseman, Austin, Texas; her brother and his fammily, Roy and Charlene Wall, Logan, Louis and Joe, St. Louis, Me.; and her brother and his family, David and Jacquie Wall and Jeanette, Crosse Pointe Woods, Mich. Other survivors include Carol's special friend, Susan King, Tulsa; as well as several aunts and cousins. The family suggests memorials in Carol's name be sent to the Ameri- can Cancer Society, the First United Methodist Church, Perkins. Highway 3 . TWO ARKANS/tq men were killed in this accident near Oleo Acres east of Perldns Friday morning. The driver of the car, Micah Pinkney, 21, and his passenger, Luke Lawrence, 18, were both killed when their eastbound vehicle left the road. The driver apparently over-corrected, turned sideways and was struck broadside by a pickup driven by Dean Colton of Perkins. Colton was treated and released at Stillwater Medical Center. Colton was traveling west on Highway 33. The Oklahoma Highway Patrol said Pinkney was at fault. Journal photo by Suzann Gibson. Carney News... By Pat Skaggs (865-2246) The Carney Assembly of God Church had a great number of 95, for Sunday School and church Sept. 26. The adult Sunday School lesson taught by Roll Brown was on "Learning to Obey." The Golden Text was "To Obey is Better Than Sacrifice." This was burger, potato chips, lettuce huttered peas, orange gelatin, Monday, Oct. 4 Assorted cereal, peaches, toast/jelly, milk. Lunch: burger, lettuce/tomatoes, fries, pears/pineapple mix, Tuesday, Oct. 5 Breakfast pups, syrup cups, butter, pineapple chunks, milk. Lunch: buttered corn, creamie cole frozen fruit cup, milk. Wednesday, Oct. 6 - Breakfast burrito, fruit milk. Lunch: Chicken fried mashed potaues/cream gravy, tered peas, fruited gelatin, milk. Thursday, Oct. 7- Assorted cereal, potato toast/jelly, milk. Lunch: sauce, cheese, leuuce/tomatoes ican beans, cookie, milk. Fddey, Oct. 8 Sausage gravy, hot biscuits, juice, milk. Lunch: ers, pickles/onions, potato doughnut, peaches, milk. Pizza is offered as second each day for lunch. puts upon us. Ladies Ministries Perkins High School Sin can cause us to fall com- The Carney Assembly of God Friday, Oct. 1 - pletely away from God and ulti- Church Ladies Ministries held a French toast, peanut mately endure eternal pent, meeting Saturday in the Church juice,milk. Lunch: Chicken God's plans may seem difficult Fellowship Hall. Ramona Brown, is tater tots, lettuce/tomato, to understand at times, but the the leader of this group. They made spear, cookie, milk. rewards for obedience are measured plans to have an arts and craft show Monday, Oct. 4 in eternal values, in November. More news on the arts Breakfast pizza, fruit, milk. We must allow God the oppor- and craft show will be printed at a Spaghetti, tossed salad, fruit, taken from I Samuel 15:22. The tunity to draw our hearts back to- later date. bread, milk. central truth was obedience is the warfl, him. God offcr.s, true  Remember God loves you, and so Tuesday, Oct. 5 key to oleasin God and joy for our obedience to him. do I ........ Cinnamon roll, juice, milk. ---- -- - . * . mmmmmmuummmmuu,mmmmq-... --   fries The three top,. that were dis- IV .w. am.,r,n-r rr, m or. ,loss, r.Cnmi  , cussed by the eta. were: Disobe- m ll/qkKIl2N)l r[::;m I s.: apple c n2p, . . dience brings punishmmt, m weanesaay, uct. o - ur .Repentance brings God's mercy I DECORATING CONTEST I  ..t.t.tpeanut. b,utt;_ a,T]o[]ce, m ram, mK.. Lancn. umcKca We must learn that God loves us, I I would hke to enter m steak,, whipped potato, . no matter what we do. We must 1 ........ [ green twams, orean, nmr. learn the differce between sinful m Heslaenual Uuslness  . Thursday, Oct. 7 - Bre m m Little smokie sausages, scra is in control of all aspects of m Deadline for entries 5 p m, Oct. 8. , egg, j,,,ce, t, . t our lives, yet in spite of his power , ..... " " uarocq. on a o, tater tots, i he still leaves the choice up to each m Mall IO: m spear, cookie, milk. and everyone of us. .= D,.,, km-,l . Friday, Oct. 8 - Bre God takes our response to his I t.otty ,,oo, _ . m Sausage gravy., biseuit,.fruit, commandments very seriously. God , CJO Payne County Bank I Lunch: Hoagre, lettuce/tomato, .9.him and give him a ,-,,.,. ,_.. e-,n _ ed beans, po chips, o If we sin and allow it to take first I Peins, OK 74059 ;" Hu'ser and chef salad is place in our lives, it can cause us I ......... l i available. to fall .away from God. We must,, m ........ or calm 4/-z4o me conscquc:s m= . " - EVERY . FRIDAY .., Solurdoy, Oct. 2 - Ladies Auxgiary Session 11 o.m. Minis Staff at Noon - Pick 8 Starts at 18# or less for $350 S 1 , Reached Cushing Regional Hospital Announces the opening of our... Outpatient Psychology Clinic Teresa M. Bear, Ph.D. Linda K. Burks, Ph.D. Alan C. Campbell, Ph.D. Alfred F. Carlozzl, Ed. D. David E. Mclntosh, Ph.D. John S.C. Romans, Ph.D. Kathy H. Thomas, Ph.D. ----Cus.hing. ljl/..egmo.nm ______/Hospm'tal Licensed Psychologists (practicing independendy) Now Taking Appointments Cushing Medical Clinic Building 1023 East Cherry Cushing. Oklahoma 74023 Call for appointment...918 / 225 - 2915 "your healthcare source..." $400 Progressive Black-out Starts in 57#'s Consolation $200 A Number Added Each Week II II I Early PI! $25 o Session Pig Hot Ball up to $2500" Hot Ball s750o0+ $10,000 U-Pick-Em $100 Added Each Session Until $10,000 Is Reached This Wednesday: 17# for $4,900 - 18# for $2,000 - 19# for $1,500 20# for 1,000 - 21# or more Consolation of $200 All Minis Will Pay 100%-70% ZAS! Worst Card *75 Blackout *400 on Bonanza Age Umit: 14 years of age to enter Big Hall. We *500 GUARANTEED GIANT JACKPOT :ap accessible. ClTGO McANALLY' 124 Main Perkins 547-5 Thanl For your 2 PC. Dark C00rs snack Pack $139 Budweiser Anti-freeze Miller 00eesJ $ 49 Busch or Keystone 12 Pack Cans 95 12 Pack Bottles 45 Mi Best 6 Pack Cans