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Courtright ld The Perkins Journal Thursday, October 5, 1989 -- PAGE 7 Payne Center Ex- tention Club Coyle FFA Members Compete In Speech Events By L~etta Adams, Reporter Members of the Coyle FFA The Payne Center Extention Club Chapter have been busy recently as met in the home of Freda Focht, they have competed in several dif- August 25th, with 10 members ferent speech contests. Brian Ben- THE ABYSS present, son, a junior, competed in the FFA ~A Freda gave the lesson on "Slow speech contest held in conjunction Cooking in the Fast Lane . with the State Fair of Oklahoma in Dead Poets Society Plans for the Fair exhibits were Oklahoma City. completed, with the canning exhibit Representing their chapter at the ~£:~ selected. Tulsa State Fair were Jennifer Violet Tarpey reported visiting Brake, Derrick Piersol and Jimmy Sea Of Love by phone with a former member, Schmidt. Brake placed fourth in the M ary Schafer. senior competition and Piersol plac- Those who volunteered to work in ed third in the junior event. Black Rain the Fair kitchen confirmed their JenniferBrakeandBrianBenson commitment, also competed in the District Soil ~,. T he Payne Center Club did very Conservation speech contest held in well in the Fair. They won 1st in the Guthrie" In this event, Brake plac- Uncle Ben c arming exhibit, tied for 1st in the ed third and Benson placed second. clothing exhibit and tied for 3rd in By placing second, Brian Benson the household exhibits, earned the right to represent the When Harry Met Sally The October meeting will be in district in the upcoming area cam- ;s 89th the home of Helen Schroeder with petition to be held later this month Loretta Adams leading the lesson in Oklahoma City. . The agricultural education in- Robert L. and Lydie M. (Martian) Hammock will celebrate their 25th wed- on the Fudge-it Budget. structor at Coyle is Mike Schmidt. ding anniversary on Saturday, Oct. 7 with an open house at the Mehan -- . ~.. ~ Union Church from 2 to 5 p m Hoots will be their children" Dina Eslick, Harold Courtright, a • • . . . Annual Fox Aria Willenna Johnson, Robet't C. Hammock. Robert was rinsed m Ripley, the fo g-time Payne County son of Waiter R. Hammock and the late Pauline Hammock. Lydie was WN]f Hunt Rachel Papers ts guest of honor Sept. -- - -- " Martian .......... ty held at his home on raised in Carney, the daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Art . irry. By Margaret Coate i" I i I illl iii Z was held in observance Eden Chapel News Attend All the foxes and wolves in the - "~e~ ~ts 89th birthday. A By .... uonna Burton a.#~A~ ~-,v • country around Merrick better !~.' IS ~R I!r, 11!! Lted by Darlene Khun, There was a bi- crowd at church {~]l~-~| ]:l~ ~~ beware the weekend of Oct. 11-14. the honoree, was sere- ~ . ~ kj~Jutu~t Lt,~utttutt That is the time set aside for the ~unaay. 5 2nd annual Fall Hunt and Bench Cream. The weather is still nice here. r ' " t is the son of the late .......... h2 ?:uZ~::BY Betty Beele Show sponsored by the C1marron twrs. uave met,emote, ~vtrs. dim " - -- Bett Beeler se-nt -- • ............ ' AmandalVines) Cour- ,, ........ oonn arm y P Valley tax ann wo~ flunkers v~epnens ann mrs. doe mur~on, ~ " ......... Okla !8,eS born in Payne Coun-1900. He lived in the D~enn~S~en~a~uof2pk~c l~pT~h ~:rP~ :~ ____l_____ L~ewey A ~OClt~l:;rom aU over O klahoma and Stillwater cam- .... .Friday night., was homecominghool and the surrounding aree will be on. add a young marl ........ wlth a chili supper at the sc hand for the festlvltms. Among ~arried to the former .......... beginning at 5:30. those who expect to attend is Jack ham on Nov. 25, 1929 en~er~ame~, vnanna ~an~on m a Saturday night was the banquet Gearhart of Perkins, one of two memver o, me oancL All o, ":ears and it was well attended, h r r. The couple resided inWe are ha,,,,,, to have little Ken ", c a ter members of that terandGlencoeareas z-z*. " b:tas .es e:rt t:e:::e:: o, to your lr married life, with the ad~tat~de'~h;~lfr°ma J~erhre.SI ~accm:;t'~gnto Gearhart: the group | six years in the cam- .~ .... " ..... Two of " b "v " will set up tents for a tent city ~unoay visitors o! Mrs. Arlene ........ A sister ....... " .... of Perry during the .......... ~ewey, ~loyo ann jtrnrme. , at wlerncK where ~ne nun~ aas been iv~amey ann mnmy were wtr. ann " " artlesville • • ~returned to reside east ............... Lenora Vesey, hves m B - held since 1943. Those attending Mrs r'e~er ~upa~er~ donner,~e t'rme life! blarch 1989. ." , Margie McWhirt lives in Pasadena, the hunt and show will camp out ~retirement, Courtright ann gins. ........ Texas and Maxine Whiting lives in and a care will be on the grounds Mr. ana lVltl'S, it)OH r'ercelUl call- "I" ...."anS - ' "" ~ "" "~" d had worked for a ........... wmm~a" ix . dunng ~ne Tesuv1~las. businesses, including ea on ~ar. aria Mrs. wayne t~ur~on * * • * * Merrick is located 15 miles east ~ls and Stillwater Mill Sunday. Jimmie and Esther Ham, Bill an d of Guthrie on Highway 105 and one Johnette Price and Tessa called et Ourtright's six sons and ...... Cloty Ham and John and B tymile south or from I-40, turnnorth During the middle oges, the ave age on Anene Mauney Monaay a ~ere present for the par- . ...... "-~; .~. Beeler went to Cleveland Thursd y at Shawnee on Highway 177 and go Miss ueanna ~tanton ann ~nan .... see their sister in law ............... person had a life expectancy of thirty- ith their spouses. In ad- . ......... ax~ernoon ~o " " . 34 nines nortn ~o rngnway Iu~ ano na spen~ ~ne week w~n Mr ana • " er David) • • number of grand- . ......... ", ._ (w~dow of their broth , go seven miles west and one mile three years. Today, in this country, the Mrs. dlm ~tepnens ~o a~ena ~ne " the after grandsons and great u.w.._t., .^..^. ~, ma'l~-'"~ Mary Ham. We enjoyed - south. Gearhart has a permanent I average life expectancy is almost seventy r~ attende& ~*~':"~'~ ......... ~, ^" ~"Y noon and evening very much. huntin~ camn there. ~urmay. ~nere were arouna ~ro at- ohn and Bett v _ " " years. We're proud of pharmacy,s role in those attending were ........... Sunday, Oct. 1, J Y Entry of the hounds wdl hegm at ~enamg AU enjoyen me country and sons-in-law: Gertie , " ....... Beeler drove to Morrison after at- 12 noon on Wednesday, Oct. II. A medical progress! ano western mumc, vmmng ann tony" Wheatley, Lu- ' tending church at United chicken fry will be held at 6 p.m. '~ Lene end James Kuhn, good food.. ....... Methodist Church in Per,kins toand the Rurrrdng Dog Bench Show Lottie ~narpmn held the Burton .... t s Zola • I , ,, ,, ~ 1 ,, ,.~_ ,.~ __ ~ ~__ ~' ~] sons and daughter-in- ~. ............... visit a first cousin of Bet y ,will be held at 7 p.m. tright, Stillwater; and ~ttu.ung t~m~ ~ep~ze~n..l~_~: Pritchard end her husband Leon.The schedule for Thursday, Oct. ~ermmg were upat~ourmgnc~ here visitin, • " " I PERKhNS DRUG STORE ~d Rose Courtright ......... They are back g 12, includes FlrstCast, Ladies Par- ~unun ana r~ana labor , " ~ .~. -relatives. .......... ~ ........... ~'t~ at'~lY.~,'Child~ Handling at ....... ~ ..----Tf~$t'i~'~Villi~gh~r~'~O~i~'~ha~nac~t ...... to attend were son and ~ This Sunday they were at Zola's 6:30 p:~h~., Puppy Show (0-6 & 12 ! ~ HOUR&" r Dean and Shanon Mehan Messages brother Garland LaFollette and his months) starts at 7 p.m.; followed ? \ Mo~ tht~ FrL &30 ta 6p.m. ~: ( ~ Saturday:. &30 to t l~.m- Perry, who were wife Mary Lee. Also there wereb- a Cake Walk .gas, Nev.; and By Larry Ealinger _ Virginia and Elrno Hesser Virginia ~Friday, Oct l'3th" Second Cast; ' Phoa,: 547-2O79 p~klr~ . 246 s. M~r. son-i law,' Nina and Praise the Lord! What another • • P ,erseacy sht Nmb. : S476 9=_- is a sister of Zola and Garland. Also Western B and, Country & Gospel; who reside at Port ; for event were :ssia Waite, Jennifer and Lucien; Melinda and Kim Courtright ' J.R. and Tommy Chap- Keidra and Cassie, and Keith Chap- and Jean Kuhn, Cindy i Renae Kuhn, Sandy Nida, Alicia, Steve and Bren- and Josh, Scott and and Scott and the honoree and and Bessie Adventist News Press Secretary Enrichment Seminar of the week-end Hartzo and the L, D, This enrichment Friday evening at Sunday noon. It Cushing for all who The local church ;to have the program in was the speaker services and also last of the series on What a thought to study with the idea our Home. has return- Stay in California and the community sere glorious day! The sun is shinning and it's 75 degrees. Fall is in the air and my spirit soars at the beauty of this time of year. We had 165 out for our morning services. We were blessed by Diane Spiva's song, "Amazing Grace". We also had a visitor named Gus come by and see He is the newest puppet in Children's Churck Praise the Lord we had 46 present in Children's Church to meet Gus, too. Sunday evening, Benjamin Komonapalli came to share and give us an update on the work go. ing on in India. There are 60 full- time evangelists, 70 Bible students and 200 childrea under Benjamin's care. Praise the Lord for new growth and bigger plans! Happy Birthday John Ross! Wednesday evening we are begin- ning a one year study of the Bible. We will meet at 7:00 p.m. Friday evening is our quarterly business meeting and it will begin at 7:00 p.m. A 6:00 prayer seasiou will precede the business meeting. Then i thereafter a prayer meeting will take place on Fridays at 7:00 p.m. Saturday evenings at 7:00 p.m.,"A One Flesh" class is going to be taught. If you want to learn something about marriage - come out. We had a tremendous time last week at Taylorsville and thank you, Oney and Wayne. Our condolences and our prayers go out to the Joe Rosiere family. Prayer List: Rosieres', Russ and Tom Wilson, Kay Brake, Goldie' Coonts, Mariah Roaiere and Joyce Plymate. "Have faith in God. For verily I say unto you, whosoever shall say unto this mountai be thou remov- ed and be thou cast into the sea, and shall not doubt in his heart, but shall believe that those things which he sayeth shall come to pass, shall have whatsoever he sayeth." Mark 11:22,23. Notice Several issues ago the American Legion 15 and under team had a report about their game with Ed- mond. The score of that game was given as 19-i. The actual sco of the game was a Perkins loss of 9-1. The Journal apologizes for this mistake The team would also like to thnnk the Perkins Fire Department for their new uniforms and Richard and Nancy Murray for the patches. part of Garland and Mary Lee'sCake Walk; Auction of feed and family were there. It was so good miscellanious; and Drawing for Two to see all of ther~ Hound Pups or $50. Zola and Leon were heading back Saturday, Oct. 14th: Third Cast to California today. My, it was good -- HGA rest/Its at 2 p.m. to see them. Hounds showing on running dog At 4 p.m. we attended a Happy bench must run in field to retain Birthday party for grandsons trophies, unless scratched by field Adam Dean Jarvis who is now 6 judge. Derby and all age hounds and is in school. Mark Anthony Jar- run together, score separate. vis will be 2 Oct. 5. Their big Membership fee is $4; entry fse is brother, Branddon Larch Jarvis$5; puppies, $3. was there to help them celebrate. Among the rules for the cam- Also attending were grand- pground is: positively no drinking; parents Bob and Laveta those doing so will be asked to Schakleford from StiUwater, Uncle leave. and Auntie Bud and Lorene Redus, There will be a cafe on the Randy and Katrina Jarvis, Tim and grounds and camping spaces with Lynn Bryan, Jamie and Jennifer of lights. The Master of Hunt will be Perkins. "well known." The birthday cake was made by Gearhart has been "hunting the their mother and served with ice hour.ds" for 63 years. He and his crearfL The party was at Rick and wife, Ruby, make their home in Janet Jarvis, parents of Branddon, Perkins where he was raised and at- Adam and Mark. was a fun birth- tended school, graduating from day party, high school here in 1931. Is Happy to Announce Dr. Peter C. Lafon, D.O. Is Now Accepting Appointments Dr. Peter C. Lafon, D.O. is a General Surgeon, completing his one-year M.D. Internal Medicine Residency and a four-year M.D. General Surgery Residency at Brooke Army.Medical Center, San Antonio, TX. He most recently was Chief of General Surgery at Ireland Army Hospital, Ft. Knox, KY. We welcome him to our staff. 10 0 E. Cherry Cushing, OK 918/225-0616 She just has the the right thing as a churcl We. need in Israel, don't we7 a part in suppor- school and it ha 9 fades this year. a oara Kevgan, We are thankful and know how. what the pastor did inthe Seminar at Baker, formerly of to where he will take up | ~tew district. He mov- a new addition to in the future. Con- Scott and Caroll that the communi- church is open each the convenience of the will help at other I|U Come to Cimarron Bingo Casino (formerly Iowa Tribal Bingo)at Perkins and discover what high-stakes bingo is all about. The exciting Bingo Casino is now open SATURDAY B/EBIBfl$, Sunday afternoon and all other nights of the week except Tuesdays and Thursdays. 0 I I • • We play for a total of over $35,000 in cash and prizes every session! • Our prize levels for all games have been increased! • The progressive U-PICK-EM goes up to $10,000! • The progressive 44 NUMBER BLACKOUT goes up to a whopping $20,000 • Our "Spin-and-win" Wheel fame has $1;0 whirler slots. • And, our game packs HAVE NOT increased.., still only $15 is all it costs you to play a full evening (or Sunday afternoon) of all regular games, or $ 5 for a J r. pack. Casino, Your Li~ La~'~gas on the Cimarron River. (In c~o~ ~,,,- Perkins, on Freeman Avenue, :;.~ 112 rni~e wesl o~ Hwy. 177.) ~o~.~. i Phone: (405) 547-5352 i°~t~0~"m~ PERKINS, OK. I SCHEDULE Monday, Wednesday. Friday a~d Saturday regutat sess~on~, sta~l at 730 P,M, atternoon sessions start at 2 PM