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ed to Iowa. She was a member of the Pentecostal Church. In addition to her l,ane husbands, she was tleld preceded in death by two brothers, Chester and services for Ralph Giddens and a D. I,ane, 75. sister, Mildred Marie Friday, Oct. 12, Courtright. chapel of the Surviving are a son, F{lneral Home, William E. Hart of She died Man- Stillwater: two in Speery. daughters, Mrs. Nevola Interment was in Cotts of FruSta, Colo., Cemetery. and Mrs. Clara Klein of daughter of Bird Speery. Iowa. I,illy Mae (;id- Also surviving are nine she was born Nov. grandchildren and 14 at Manhattan, great-grandchildren. "O" a Payne Coun- most of her her first hus- ,Ralph E. Ilart, had store at Wehb Mo. They later had Payne County. Sept. 16. 1956. later married l,ane and he her in death in I iUly 19S3, she racy- / l enedict Services Held Wednesday Mrs. Edith Ann Benedict, Shawn Manor Nursing ttome, and former resident of Perkins passed away Monday morning, Oc- tober 15, 1984 at St. Joseph Regional Medical Center in Ponca City. She was 86 years old. Graveside services were Wednesday, Oc- tober 17, 1984 at Park Grove Cemetery in Broken Arrow. Of- ficiating at the service was Rev. Wesley Good- win, minister of Visita- tion, First Assembly of God Church in Ponca Ci- ty. Grace Memorial Chapel, Ponca City was in charge of the arrangements. Mrs. Benedict. 86, was born in Adair County, Me. on September 26, 1898 the daughter of Wm. and Clara Martin. She married Raymond Lee Benedict on May 1 l, 1919 in Coweta, Oklahoma. He preceded her in death, March 1971 in Perkins. She was also preceded in death by her parents, three brothers, and one sister. She was a longtime resident of Perkins and Broken Arrow before moving to Ponca City in 1972. She was a member of the Perkins United li e DISC PLAYER r IAC,O ~ewHh America's ." l l aides! conservation group. ~ J l Isaac Walton League--Box 544 i Stillwater 74076 ~. Only $17.08 a month 12 Months Interest Free with Approved Credit 547-2122 HWy. 177 North Cliff and Opal Olson f Methodist Church. Als0 member of the Order of Eastern Star. Survivors include one son, R. L. Benedict of Ponca City; one daugh- ter, Monica Huls of Dallas, Tx, 3 grand- children and one great- grandson; three sisters, Mrs. Verda Dunn of Tulsa, Irtia Fultz of Portland, Oregon, Lula Kuykendall of Tulsa. "O" New Residents Those placing water deposits at the City Hall the past week were: Cheryl Mathews, 118 N.W. 2rid; Mike McLain, l l00 Lovers lane, and Andrew and Ellen Reed, 116 NW 2nd. -O- Janet Hart To Present Piano Recital Oct. 23 SIIAWNEE--Janet ttart presented her junior piano recital Oc- tot)er 23. at 7 p.m. in Yar- borough Auditorium at Oklahoma Baptist University. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Verlin Hart, R(mte I. Agra. Miss Hart performed the Beethoven Sonata in A Flat Major. the Chopin Ballade in A Flat Major and the Prokofiev Sonata No. 3. She received the Marion Elbert Patterson Award and placed in the Oklahoma Music Tea- chers Association college auditions. She has been listed on the President's and [)ean's Honor Rolls. Miss Hart also is a member of the l~isonette (;lee Club. Miss llart is a student of l)r. Robert Wood. associate profess(w of music at ()BU. This recital fulfills nne of the requirements for a bachelor of music degree in piano performance. 4)- Junior Auditions Held The Oklahoma Music 'reacher's Association held Junior Auditions this past Saturday at University Heights Bap- List Church in Stiilwater. Junior Auditions are for student s age 8- 13. and re- quire each participant to play one piece from menmrv and take a theory test. Several win- ners are chosen to play in the l)istrict Convention. Anyone scoring a 95 or higher on Theory are Theory winners and will have their name printed in the District Conven- tion program. Students of l)iann Rudd who participated were as follows: "roma l,ynn Arthur, a Theory winner: Jennifer Brake. a Theory winner: Keri Brown, a Theory winner: Fri. Oct. 19 thru Oct. 25 6 19 S, MAIN 372-2111 RAZOR'S EDGE R By Somerset Maughn Starring Bill Murray Nightly Open 7:15; Shows 7:30 and 10 Sat./Sun. Open l:lS: Shows 1:30 & 4 THIEF OF HEARTS R: Nightly at 7:30 and 9:30 Mat. Sat. & Sun. at 1:30 and 3:30 424 S. MAIN 372-2614 GIRL SCOUT TROOP 466 spent Saturday at Horsethief Canyon. After a long hike down the ca- nyon we ate a sack lunch and hiked down to the river. We would like to thank the Holders for letting us hike to the Canyon on such a short notice. The Canyon is very pretty in the fall. We had a great time. Top row-Lore Bostian; Middle ~'ow-Cassie Burton, Andi Showaker, Jenny Goforth. Bottom Row- Janet Bur- ton and Jennifer Savory. i,i H&K BOOT CENTER 19 N. Harrison Cushing 918-225-2278 WESTERN WEAR Boots, Belts, Buckles HAS VISITOR l,eo Rounsavell of (;reatBend. Kansas visited with (;ertrude Ishmael Monday morn- ing. 1,eo is (;ertrude's nephew. Irreconcilable Differences PG Nightly Open 7:15; Shows at 7:30 & 9:45 Mat. Sat. & Sun. Open 1:15; At 1:30 & 3:45 TEACHERS 3rd Week R Nightly Open 7:15: Shows 7:45 & 9:45 Mat. Sat. & Sun, Open 1:15: Shows 1:35 & 3:35 ALL OF ME Held Over 5th Week R Nightly at 7:30 & 9:30 Mat. Sat. & Sun. at 1:30 & 3:30 HWY. 18 NORTH--CUSHING 918/225-2131,405/372- 1442 or Okla. Toll Free 800/722-5902 ON ALL NEW 1984 IN :K! ON Or Up To PICK-UI In Addition Dealer Discounts, Trade.Ins, down payment or we will give you CASH ll as ra~s RENT- LEASE- BUY! .Ford Factor. ^_ Ptam's Cluh ~.,: . New 1984 Mark IiI , load "[hal's r,ghl you ca,'. rent. lease or buy t,on SOfa t.~ "aPta,ns cha,~,." ,vagon 4 th~s molor home for as tittle as $485 perur,t s k,nc~2.game table~'~.J comb ha. ed tool. ,p, EBA3E week w,lh no m,leage charge Diesel. air .... r'~'9.000' N'O~/ the n,cest ed we ride a $40000 vehtcle ~14 500 auto power a. & more' lulone $8250 1982 Chevy C30. one ton duahe 454 V8 eng,r~e w~thW()rkl~Q 4 -,peo(t powe! a~r $7950 1979 F150. 460 V8 aMo ~, ~,t,~ air ~ $4400 SPECIAL $2995 GENUINE 1927 C,ty of Cuhmg anhque ~r Hrt)!o h!~! [ ( o'; ( )rjt Y 4 [ [ ~ :' $65 ea NEW 52 gallon electric Energy Miser hal water heater Sh. h .~, ~ $200 t~[ Ph[~! ~ ..T ,t -0- Pot Luck Supper will not be held this month. The next meeting will be at IXL with lone as hostess. er r' Michael Brown, a Theory " t enough moneY" winner: l,isa l,ancaster, a Vet __. ,.,~molaint No_ .. ~ave only one Theory winner: and ...,hoBIGSPEND~'I~:msIhaILIBERAI'~,": when the I)eneieeShingleton, a Listen tu .,'-- ...vest" It se~,,'_ ..... money ~t ,-. We need more ta~blem they mru,, Theory winner. ,lulie -" il ogers recei red Jution to a:uYt PheY RAISE 1*XE$" SuItGERY" We lhmorable Mention for G 918/225-7090 ns HWY. 33 EAST CUSHIN ~oney ru ' eedS is R/~,DIC/M- .. budget. We the piece she played. -- State Gvernment-n2e to cUT the state_ We need a -(,- What ou, . the COUIi~J ,.a ,- nd aclgreSsw ' ,, ,,,t tr m _ . -.a, r. rlil3 With - bOtU .... ,, - h,=,aVV ..O need leau=--. :.. at can m top "'-- es. ......... . X 4 TRUX Legislature t h .... ill cut waste, In ..... n to e|tecttv o,z GOOD CHEER ,..,,=rnment that .,., ,=rtmentS uu .... . CLUB MEETS DEMO- 1984 F150 4x4, 117" Flares,de, 'i tate .... ---,, and shin ---el and that The Good Cheer Club XL trim 351 4 bbt , V8. auto . power, a,r. the bureaucrau~' _, ;~ r~tlt el cent/ , ..rh;~ ~ mag wheels bed hner, 7.500 m~les bsl tare Government', ."vou are wrong: met at the IXL Corn- feel that our S _:. do about .... and to gtve munity Center, Friday, $16.740.1984 F150NOW4x4. Ford Factory Veh,cle$12'550 ~ you - ,hino that you he brave...to stanu Oct. 12, 1984 'for their SPECIAL $9950 there ts ~u,'ii:~.~ Iora state ~u ~-~ ....,~ regular meeting. 1984 Bronco tl 4x4, 7600 m,les 1984 ~"~qll~_ r'150 nation is ives back to .... ....,,,inan the Margaret Graves and 1983 F150 4x4. V8. auto. XLT loaded. ' a r el euv, ave/ lU .... Wet cont ol P " that g . at Alice Cundiff were ~0~I m,\eS SPECIAL BUY. auto DO , is the state -- have just as gre hostesses. ~979 ~'~ ,..afoOel, aw tilt cruise, power windows, doors, tu ..,351 V8 are ok ahoman S: :o'yearS ago. We.can II Six members were pre- o er eau,: a,r c\ea~ $5"vv tone chrome bumpers SPECIAL ' ("$94 ' Rushes iust =. : Let'S go tar It. sent for the covered dish a~tO 'P:;;n,t' PRICE $8750 50 atLal, 1983 F150 4x4, 117 " Flares~de, ' Gre ...... AmeriC today. , luncheon. The table was CmP\e custom~zed, real sharp' $10,950 an ettec "' . ' ~x~ decorated with fall 1979 International Scout Rally 4x4, V8 1984 T-Bird, 2door. V6, auto,, pOwer, a~r, ~N~,~.~ leaves, pumpkin and auto power, a,r $4250 tagged & ready,o go! SPECIAL " $9750 fruit. ,. ........... ~= 1984 E150 C rgo Van, 6 cyl. re~dy to Mike Morris The meeting was open- UUUISALL IIIiM work. tagged' ONLY i $9950 ed by the president, 4 x 2 TRUX 1981 Yamaha Maxim 550, electr,c start 1982 Musta,,g GL, 2 door sedan, a,r. I,orayne West. Ione 1984 F150, Ford Facto y Veh,cle. V8 ONLY $950 power cru~s ,stereo $5950 Hesser led the group by auto OD. power a~r stereo SAVE ON 1977 Yamaha 650 w~th 1300 actual1981 Buick tegal, 2 door, auto. i~ower, THIS ONE~ $9950 m,tes L,ke new~ $1250 a~r, luxury interior, re'ally cle~n & singing, "Precious 1984 F150 Styles~de Ford Factory Volkswagen Powered Dunebuggy w,th Slharp~ r n4 $5950 Memories." Devotions Yeh~cte SPECIAL $8500 i~gtl Derformar~ce Cam and engine A 980G a ada, door. tu.tone, afro, a,r. were given by Margaret 1983 F250 XL, 3/~ IOn 460 4 speed, a,r, real screame, $550 power ]~3450 Graves. Penny Prize was power, cru,se t,lt heavy duty lruck one Dome Hustler All Terrain Vehicle, 6 1980 Chevy Citation, 4 d~r.~auto. drawn by Francis owner 17.000 actua! m,les $8500 wheei drve ,1 passe,~qer Goes o- and power, a,r. lOW m~les! ONLY " $2950 Burton. 1983 F100 Flares~de, t 17- WB. V8 a,~d ,n we,e, t ,st ,,ow $4495 1979 Fairmont, 4 door, auto, po~r, a=r, ~. LEASE OR BUY 1984 Lincoln Town Car, 4 door, auto, power, a~r, power w.]dows, doors, seats, cassette, coach roof loaded ONLY $17,250 one owner tow m,les' ,~3250 : 1977 Dodge Monaco, 4 do(), ' SPEC!&[ ~,, i ,~45C)