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Valley FCE enjoy fall decorations r FCE Club their Oct. 3 meeting a noon salad luncheon by Emma Lou Hardin Geraldine Allen. Elsie offered prayer before meal. decorated with leaves, pumpkins, scare- and bouquets of zin- of the FCE. , Lou, president, pre- business meet- Elsie chose for her devo- Philippians 4:8, lot' by the Flag Salute Members an- roll call with "what you to FCE?" Min- of the previous meeting the treasurer's report read by Esther Ham. )ers attending the County Council held in the Expo were Emma Lou, Virginia and Claudine. participated in the presented by Still- Women's Caucus en- omanspeak," which a a portraya| of women History. She Abigail Adams. planning to attend meeting in Okla- on Oct. 6 are In,z, Lou and Virginia. on a committee to plans for a spring r-making project are Rains, Inez Barnes, Caldwell and Charlotte Project "Christmas "is underway. Stock- have been made and are to decorate them at November meeting, by Emma Lou in her on Nov. 7 at 10 a.m., by a salad luncheon business meeting. Club for 1996 are due in No- thoughts and prayers Ruth Wassell who is nthony's Hospital and Youngker losing a to cancer. Members L cards which were to them. l mma Lou presented her am, "Purpose of FCE. objectives of FCE Groups organized to strengthen, elop, coordinate and ex- adult education. To of- an opportunity for self- lopment, to improve e and community life. list was long on member which is con- each year with many the close of the meeting, Manke showed steps Battenburg lace ittached to fabric in collars for dresses sweaters and scarves for coverings. embers present were: Lou Hardin, Charlotte Esther Ham, Verna Inez Barnes, Virginia Manke, Jean Opal Olson, Rosa Baker, Elsie Grant, Branstetter, Claudine Geraldine Allen . guests Jean Mihura, Bar- Tarlton, Mercedes Sam, Martha and Boosters Club meet Thursday The Perkins-Tryon Ag fosters Club will meet sday, Oct. 12 at 7 p.m. at Evans Ag Farm. Now New Management! Ca/l 624-6240 N. Perkins Road STILLwATER I .................. ....... 7 by Elizabeth Wise I'm still doing volunteer work at the Stillwater hospital on Friday mornings, and have developed a habit of self indul- gence. I leave home thirty minutes early on those days, go by Hardee's drive in window for a jelly biscuit and cup of coffee, and have breakfast in the hospital parking lot. The cost of coffee and biscuit is ninety six cents, and I just toss the change in a compartment of the console. That change is slowly fill- ing that little box, at four cents a week. Last Sunday, Karen and I went to Enid to see my brother and sister-in-law, Frank and Blanche Eaton, and Frank noticed the pennies. He just shook his head. He tries to go along with my ways. He also shakes his head when he looks at the cat tracks on the hood of my car. "He tries to be tactful, such as "That car would really shine if it had a wax job." His car and pickup truck always looks new. Frank and Blanche were both having a good day, health wise, and we had a Very good visit. Dallas Cowboys and Green Bay Packers were on TV, and we reminisced about our early family life during the commercials. I recalled once, when two women were fighting at a church meeting, Dad stepped in between them, saying, "Now, ladies" and one of them knocked him galley west across the room. Frank then told about when Dad was in the blacksmith shop, John Ringwald stopped by and started making smart alec remarks to Dad. Dad ignored him as long as he could, then hauled off and knocked John down. John lei , saying he would get even. Dad went up the street and found Curt Carlile, who was Justice of Peace for Perkins then, and asked Curt what the fine was for hitting a person. Curt replied, "Five dollars," so Dad paid his fine and went back to the shop. A little later, Ringwald approached Curt, wanting to file assault and bat- tery against Frank Eaton. Curt said, "You're too late. He has been here, pleaded guilty and paid his fine. It's over." I guess Dad won out that time. Elizabeth I IIII IHI II I I I I II "I! 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