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.:.d THE JOURNAL, Thursday, October 4, 2018 - A3 ~" : Psalm !00:1 (A Psalm -' 2of praise.) Make a joyful :' :noise unto the LORD, "all ye lands. 2 Serve the " "LORD with gladness: '" come before his presence -"'with singing. ' " Good Golly Miss Molly! We thought that having 78 ~' beautiful folks was a lot last week! Tonight there i+ were83! Wah-hoo! Okay, our building can hold over ~'Ja hundred and our goal is ::4 to reach that many amaz- |:'m . C lng people to sing, play, :l . . . hsten and fellowship with. -7( ; + Let s work on that folks, alrighty? There were several visitors: John and Julie p{" . ~'~ Goforth-Perkins, Phllis Rodman-Perkins, Janice "+,"Hunt-Stillwater and Jim Wilson-Stillwater. Hope they come back again. Sonny Rains opened with prayer and over our potluck supper. Mrs. Tess Gilbert and Ms. Dorothy Breeden were busier than all get out, like always. Mrs. Lorayne Hughes, lovelier than ever with her sign in sheet and pen in hand. Miss Janene Stevens was our raffle ticket seller, with that beautiful smile and a twinkle in her eye. Mr. Bob Gilbert, our M.C. came up to do announcements, Bryan Whitmore got up there to thank everyone who came out and participated with our float. By the way, it looked wonderful! We had a lot of fun putting it together, throwing candy, from6 to 8 p.m.: Stillwater Kim Thomas was playing southern gos~l, ballads, sometimes, bUt not on pur- Music Will be held here at~i S~i~thing that looked like rock~& roll~' ~|t~ative pose, bombarding groupS ~+ the P.S.C.C. The sing will : a~n~oieik" it wasre!llyo ~re~.much~!} " of folks with flying candy, be the 2nd and 4th ThursJ ~. pi'etty anti neat ; *~ ~ ' . It s been too many years day of each month. Doors ~:, : *** So, here's the schedule for all of us since we par- open at 5 p.m. Potluck Mr. Clifford Creek- for our weekly Monday ticipated in a parade and forgot a few things, like, NOT throwing handfuls of candy at the same time at the same parade watchers. Gotta work on that next year. Maybe hold a class or something. **at Announcements: Sunday, October 7: Chris- tian Heart will be perform- ing from 3-4 p.m. Christian Church of Perkins located at 119 E. Stumbo Supper served at 5:30 p.m. Please bring a covered dish. Donations are greatly appreciated. Mopday, November 12, Silent Auction for the Center. We did not receive our grant for the y~r, we:are trying to corneap with ideas to raise money to pay for expenses, i.e. utilitieS', supplies and such. Our band for the evening: Tuesday, October 9 at 6 Piano'Bill Butler/Drums- p.m. doors open at 5:30 Corky McCroskey/Fid- p.m. 2nd Tuesday of the dlers-Bob Barker and Vern month Gospel Singing. Dixon/Harmonica-Sonny Everyone is welcome to Rains/Electric Gui- come out and take part by tars-Kenny Buckles, Bill singing/playing/eating and Worthy and Willy Butch/ listening Be sure to bring Acoustic Guitars-JaW. a finger food. We'd love LaFollette, Clifford Creek- to see you here! more, and Kathy Dunn/ Thursday, September 27 Saxophone-Ted Mason/ more started off with the opening song Duets for the evening: Mother/ daughter Stella Rogers and Janene Stevens, Fred and Joan Reed. Our Win- ne~s tonight: 50/50 - Bill Butler, Door Prize - John ~Turpin, a beautiful hand- made curly scarf by Ms. Yvonne Evans. Pretty sure that his beautiful wife Mrs. Carol Sue appreciates that pretty scarf. If you are able to hum a few bars and/or play an instrument, we would love for you to come and play/ sing with us next week! Be sure to let someone know when you get here and we'll get you set up and signed up for singing. The songs/instrumentals are of all kinds. Old to new country, hymns, gospel, Night Sings: 5:15 p.m. prayer and potluck supper, bring a dish if able. Donations are extremely appreciated! 6:00 p.m. singing - open lie 7:130 p.m. break time 7:15 p.m. singing 8:00 p.m. Closing song "God Bless America" and we all go home until next Monday night! We at the PSCC pray that you have a blessed week and weekend, that you stay healthy and are happy! Hope you can come visit/ listen/play/sing with us next Monday night. We'd love to get to know you! The Perkins Senior Cit- izen Center is located at 114 E Kirk Ave, Perkins, OK 74059 The Elm Grove OHCE of the US when you were met September 11,201g born?"The minutes of the " at 6:30 pm at the Elm August meeting were read Grove Building The and approved. " meeting was called to The treasurer's report : order by Vice President was given. .:, Linda Stewart. The new fair kitchen who worked pie making days, kitchen supervi- sors, shift workers and cashiers. It takes all of us working together to make it work. The newsletter was CHOIR Page AI cries such as Schlotzky's the fundraising. of integrity and responsi- and McAlister's, work "Our fall concert is bility consistently Shown OSU home football game coming up on Tuesday, by the Students, and our concessions and receive Oct. 16 at 7 p.m. in the strong desire, to be a donations from commu- Stillwater High School part of the world music ni,ty groups for external Performing Arts Center scene," she said. "Each performances. Of course, main auditorium," she of our performing groups we'd be happy to accept said. "The Music of (band, choir and orches- any additional donations Motown" is a free and The devotion was given ~ by Wendy Conley entitled "Hope" from the House of ,Dreams. We paused for a . ~ moment to think about the + thousands of people who ,were involved in 9-11 sev- enteen years ago. A very -sad day in our history. ,- The flag salute was , given. Roll call was held i , with members answering i to "Who was President arrangements were dis- reviewed by Linda. The tra) take big trips only that might come our way ! family friendly con- cussed. We had a fullLesson "Helpful Tips to every other year or every It's a huge financial corn- cert. And there will be exhibit in canning and Conflict Resolution" was third year so these contin- mitment." donation box on hand home & family. Patsy given by Wendy Conley. uedinvitations showhowAyers said the SHS if anyone would like Rains, Peggy Wolfe and Mary Kay Jennings, well we are thought of and choir's fall concert is an to make a contribution Sherry Chapman entered member of the county how wellreceived we are opportunitylto help with flowers. The very nice nominating committee, when we go. It's great to club exhibit on butterflies asked for suggestions for be part of a school, school P E R EZ was prepared and setupby County President Elect district and community Page A1 Patsy Lile, Patsy Rains and Secretary. that issosupportive of the on the face on May 25, and Peggy Wolfe Heard Lovely refreshments performing arts." 2017, at their residence, many compliments on it. were served by Hostess Ayers said each SHS court records show. When Many thanks to everyone bwrrED$1ra.tlEg Statement of Ownership, ManaBement, and Clrtulati0n Jr-d ~--~, (All Pedodlcals Publications Except Reque=ter Publleat~ J WEEKLY 222 N MAIN ST~INS, OK 74059-0667 ~ I 222 N MAIN ST, PO BOK 6b'7, PERKINS, OK 74059~667 W DAVID SASSER222 N MAIN ST, PC BOX 6~7, PERKINS, OK 74059-0667 PERKINS PUBLISHING CO LLC + I PO BOX 667, PERKINS. OK 74059-0667 Located inside Payne County Stockyards II I !.~ iii =: i I" 2405 W 116th (Hwy 33) Perkins (405) 547-1599 W DAVID SASSER FAMILY TRUST ] FO BOX 667, PERKINS. OK 74069-0667 I PAYNE COUNTY BANR F~ BOX 57S, PERKINS, OK 7405g.4~9 THE PERKINS JOURNAL 27 SEP 201S -. Lorinda to Diane Briden- student+will kave toraise Perez pleaded guilty to stine, Misty Burk, Sherry the fufids to go on the trip. domestic violence as a ChalSman,Kelse~/Cordey,~.: +The stOdepts'will misdemeanor on May Wenity+Cont0y,+ral $3,500 per 30of this year, he was oppe course of placed onone year's pro- nmgs, ;i~!dy,:Nf~"~an, th ;~gext yearin order to bation with an order to Patsy Rams~Li n~ Stew, tal~6 the trip,'~ she said. attend Menders, court art, c&i~,Wd|k~Pe~y~ #~ith~r SPS nor SHS records show. WolfeiJaifi~e~WoodSand hivetlie~'funds to b, able MaryHoppe. GueStS,iwere to footi(~hat"i.bil! ;The arrested after another ReynaWoods and Odin choir ~ers ~'r/i~raise woman flagged down Hoppei:,il,i !:~ tlhims~;~,~ib~y,~6~'liing Stillwater Police Offi- Nexil: iiaeetingI:will be items su:e~?~iiStillwa- cer Shawn Millermon at October 9 at Elm Grove ter'sFi~tCar~;catalog 10:34 p.m. on May 25, C~imity, Building with sales, c~id~l sales, have 2017, court records show. Connie Walker as Hostessi special nights at local eat- She said "she was walk- and Misty Burk as Leader. ing by the house on the southwest corner of 9th Avenue and Duncan and she heard a female inside screaming for help," the affidavit said. Perez's girlfriend "looked scared and her right eye was droopy," according to the offi- cer, who said when he asked if she was ok, "She toward the trip." stepped back and shook her head no and then nodded toward Julio," the affidavit said. 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