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8reeden to Jeff and Stephanie Pittser! They had a beau- Tuesday, Oct. 3rd at the Stillwater Medical Center. l Cheyenne" weighed 9 pounds and 3 ounces and measured in length. Proud grandparents are 'Brent and Lisa Hall, late "Brenda Baker" from Carney and Tom and Lerie to hear that Prue Silverthorn had been in the hospi- . was admitted Tuesday, Oct. 3rd and was to be released on Oct. 7th. They were hoping she'd be able to attend the reunion which was Sunday at Carney. Her daughter Dor- E.M. Jenkins were here with her, as they came reunion. evening the ladies from the Tryon Assembly of God a ladies' retreat. Joyce Ingram from Edmond was the BPeaker. Joyce was shot in the Edmond Post Office massa- happened in August of 1986. She shared her faith and how her to recover from this traumatic experience. She all the ladies there in a very special way. LHicks from Carney came over and made "Indian Tacos" for The pastor stopped by about 10 am. to sample one. spent a good part of the night sharing testimonies. also land lady talk. Some of them did 4:30 a.m. They all had a wonderful time and are another retreat next year. . Were three birthdays celebrated over the weekend at the FMac and Pat McCutchen. Sunday they hosted a BBQ in daughters, Laura Horn and Kim Carrigan, and daugh- Dana McCutchen. Laura's birthday was Oct. 8th; Kim, Dana, Oct. llth. children, Jerry and Pat and Sara; Dana's daughter Ashley is a student at O.U.; the twins Cameron and Catherine children of Newt and Dana. Newt was unfortunately mable to be there. Other guests were Mike Mitchell Butler; Tom Kolb and children, Clifton and Kevin. birthdays for this week are Mike Kerns, Carly Hall, Deanna Shorty Vassar. and Pat McCutchen played in the Elks Lodge Golf at Cimarron Trails in Perkins Saturday, Oct. 7. Pat's team, comprised of Woody Georinger, Kendall King, Billy Kifer and Pat, were the winners. Everyone will be happy to know that my sweet sister-in-law Dor- othy is back to work this week. I know how much she has been missed by all of her ladies. T ,on School News Welcome to Tryon Elementary, Mrs. Hamm! Mrs. Rebecca Hamm is teaching fourth grade. She also teaches Spanish to our fourth and fifth graders. Her room is busy with centers and hands-on activities. There is always something excit- ing connected with learning in the fourth grade. Mrs. Hamm graduated from Oklahoma. State University with a degree in Elementary Education and certification in Early Child- hood. She received a vocal music scholarship and was on the Dean's Honor Roll. Mrs. Hamm grew up in Stillwater, graduating from Stillwater High School. Mrs. Hamm continues to live in Stillwater with her husband Doug. She enjoys spending her spare time with him. She is a member of the Church of Christ in Stillwater. We invite our community to come to Open House next month and meet Mrs. Hamm. Fire Prevention Week In connection with Fire Prevention Week, Tryon Elementary will have an assembly on Thursday, Oct. 12. Mr. Lowery with the Still- water Fire Department will do a presentation and we are also ex- pecting a visit from Sparky, the Fire Dog. Mr. Gerber from the Meridian Fire Department will be here with their fire truck for the students to see. Tryon School Menus OCTOBER 16-20 MONDAY. OCT. 16 BREAKFAST: Cinnamon roll, bacon, juice, milk LUNCH: Burrito/cheese sauce, salad, blackeyed peas, tail cake, milk TUESDAY, OCT. 17 fruit cock- BREAKFASt. Ham patties, biscuit/gravy, juice, milk LUNCH: Steak fingers, tri tators, carrot coins, brownies, milk WEDNESDAY. OCT. 18 BR KFAS . French toast, syrup/butter, sausage link, juice, milk LUNCH: Hamburger, lettuce/tomatoes, onion/pickles, seasoned potatoes, green beans, chocolate chip cookies, milk THURSDAY AND FRIDAy NO SCHOOL Perkins Elementary Menus OCTOBER 16-20 MONDAY. OCT. 16 BREAKFAST: Cereal, toast, orange sections, jelly, milk LUNCH: Tamale pie, lettuce and tomatoes, salad, sliced poaches, buttered bread, milk TUESDAY. OCT. 17 BREAKFAST:. Cheese toast, tator circles, diced pears, milk LUNCH: Corn dogs, french fries, pork'n eans, fruit cocktail, milk WEDNESDAY. OCT. 18 BREAKFAST: Sausage gravy, biscuits, fruit juice, jelly, butter, milk LUNCH: Vegetable beef soup, cheese sticks, apple sauce, cinna- mon roll, crackers, milk THURSDAY AND FRIDAy NO SCHOOL NO SCHOOL Perkins-Tryon High and Middle School Menus OCTOBER 16-20 MONDAY. OCT. 16 BREAKFAST: Breakfast pizza, juice, milk LUNCH: Little smokie sausages, cheese macaroni, tossed salad, green beans, fruit, bread, milk TUESDAY, OCT. 17 BREAKFAST:. Cereal, cinnamon toast, juice, milk LUNCH: Oven fried chicken, whipped potatoes/gravy, carrot sticks, fruit gelatin, bread, milk WEDNESDAY, OCT. 18 BREAKFAS Scrambled egg, tater tots, toast, jelly, milk LUNCH: Pizza, lettuce salad, corn, fruit cup, milk THURSDAY AND FRIDAY NO SCHOOL NO SCHOOL Mac's Special Of The Week Large n Regular 6 pack cans II 124 North Main -Perkins ,547-5183 ii IH , ~, IIIII II I Observation of October as National Breast Cancer Awareness Month, Cushing Regional Hospital Offers Low,Dose " AT A SAVINGS OF ,B~iag W~l~eday Septmber 20, aad thn~gh t~ Month of October, Cushing Re '~ Hospital's RadioDgy Department will offer low-dose mammograp~y screenings for The CRH I~adiolosy Department is cevt~l by the American College of Radiology and the U.S. Food and Drug Adminiatration and our tcchnicisns art maramography specialists, each registered with the Anus, icon R~istr~ of ~aaiologic Technologists. Our maramogra~y screenings utilize the latest state-of-the-art ~uipme.t using the lowest dose of radiation and every sercenin~ is mad by a Board Ceriiflcd Radiologist. (To prevent delay in interpretation, bring ptcoiow mammography resalta if from another in~ti~tioaJ In additian) we provide every pationt with information on the importance of breast self. examination. Screening M. msmography is a radiologic examination used to detect unsaspected breaat cancer. Women 40 and over may self-~ for a $cn, enin$ Maramogmphy ifi. The patient l as no history of breast cancer; The patient has no implants; The patient has no lumps or discharge. (If any of these problems exist, a Diagnostic Maramagraphy is indicated.) The American Cancer Society recommends ~Mal $creenir~ Mammogr~h~ for Woeum Over Age 50, although Medicare will only reimburse once carry 24 months. Late appoinments are available to accommodate worfing women. Don't test - call I I llu..hlno