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Church News By Edna Eyler }'Was a good day to praise ad we had a good atten- as usual. A special His Mind', sung by Rita greatly enjoyed by all Sunday we enjoy Mar- and Brenda at the to both of you. visitors today, in- Shelley's daughter from Tulsa, Mr. and and sons, Mark and are always welcome. was "raking A the text of Matthew Costs - It is not calls a man to A good example of urell Chesney of OSU, because of his 'own to Christ. He was sacrifice because of his esus Christ. Disciples are believe, those whose them to obey all all who thought of to count the In Luke 14:28-30, he one of you wants to Will he not first sit the cost to see money to complete lays the foundation and to finish it, everyone who ridicule him, saying, began to build and was finish". is one whose faith ex- in submission and His basic aim is to be in a disciple of Jesus can't be a Christian a disciple, and you the kind we've been talking discipleship is a to be like Jesus. It before others Lord. If the heart tru- then the mouth will be :15 says, '~Whosver con- the son of God, in him, and he in God". mark of a true Chris- the son mark of a true disciple loves Jesus even more Look again at words. "He who or mother more than ' of me; and he who daughter more than me of me". ~ ........... :: is saying is that loyal to our families and Unless humber one priority, He given His rightful disciple of Jesus tends Lord, even at the ex- own self. At the ex- job, if necessary, at the if necessary, at of a prestigious peel- At the expense of believer knows be is death. it is when you sign up Christ. Tuesday: still need clothing for Cookson Hills. sevices, con- on "rhe Revelation of our our church fami- of our communi- bless yotL t-Day Adventist News ~aker, Press Secretary as usual were in atten- services. Carl Ran- the lesson and also had the 11:00 worship hour. was "brought to the by Carl as he sang Lord ". L. D. Baker, was in- in the Shattuck he spoke on the suf- and victory of were hosts to ~f the visitors who were style. Thanks to the family for their A group of youth Adventist Col- the special music. gave a special "Investment", an is used for home and abroa& the membeIs set a pro- year to see how much Barn for Investment. community center the Vere kept busy getting those who are in leads out and as they work they enjoy Christian of boxing warehouse to be us- need. work of the I ngathering program, to visit and neighbors in a 'l'hb~ year we were The Perkins Journal Thursday, October 19, 1989 -- PAGE 7 done in one year. Come out and join conclude this group of sermons, and Pauline Smith. received birthday cards and gifts us on Wednesday nights, we have certainly had some good The meeting was called to order from their Secret Pals. It is overcast and grey to- worship services built around them. by the President, Delsia Grider. Refreshments were served by day.(Monday) Seems to be an in- A dinner was held at Lost Creek The flag salute and the Lord'sPauline to Frances Burton, Thora dication of things to come. The year foUowingmorning services to honor prayer was said in unison. Connie Cundiff, Delsia Grider, Betty .~ grateful for a special gift for the is fast coming to a close. So far, we the newlyweds, Steve and KarenWalker read the devotional Rosiere, Connie and Juanita: local Community outreach. Wecan have made it another year. And it Woods. "Cherish the Treasure" was Psalms 37:21. Walker, Virginia Matherson,:I but say thanks! has been good. Are you ready? If sung in their honor and there was Virginia Matherson called roll, Audrie Moorman, Mickey Robison All funds run through the church your time to die comes before the a cake and gifts in their honor at the which was answered by members and Mary Selk. books are designated for a special end of the year, are you ready? Are dinner, and one guest, Mary Selk, telling The next meeting will be Nov. 14, program. This Sabbath the offering you Saved? C all on Jesus Christ The children at Lost Creek should 'where or how I waste the mostin the home of Virginia M atherson. was received for the "Voice of Pro- and He will save you. look forward to the debut edition of money'. phecy" radio broadcast. Once a If you would like to talk, my of- Children's Church next Sunday The Educational Tour was year the members give to keep the fice hours are Tuesday, Thursday morning. We hear there are a cou- discussed; a trip to Frankhoma Pot- Scholarship Deadline radio program going. Many and Saturdays from 9-12. The pie of clowns running it, but we tery and October Fest in Tulsa, Oct. thousands are receiving Christian phone number is (405) 743-2097. dare not say who! 20. High school students who are in- literature from this program. Prayer List: Frances Thurnan, Kids, bring a friend and find out Juanita Walker reported on her terested in applying for $1,000 col: Connie Hartzo enjoys the little Mariah Rosiere, Sue Skinnner, legescholarships~shouldrequestap-: what goes on in Children's Church. Quilt Show. There were many plications by Dec. 1, 1989 from ones of the church and prepares a Eunice M alloy, Sue Vassar, Opal Could it possibly be good enough to beautiful tableclothes, pillows and special program for them. It is not McKaughn" Ed Kelly, Tersa Bunch, miss the sermon for? Children from quilts. She had 80 guests. Educational Communications ~-o just play and enjoyment in a Joyce Plymate. 4 years of age through 3rd grade Coming events are: Housing, Scholarship Foundation, 721 N.:: physical way, but spiritual lessons God Bless You. McKinley Road, Lake Forest, IL : are taught. Her daughter, Robin are welcomed to take part. Energy and Environment comm- Cundiff, has the class for the Junior As choir director, I always like to mittee, Pauline Smith, Frances60045. keep you informed about what is To receive an applicationi Burton and Virginia Matherson ............. age who come to the church. Agra-Coyle United going on musically at these two ......... scuoents snomo sane a note s~aun~ from ~nn ~rove anal Ann marrows, their nam ...... Methodist Churches churches. Lost Creek added a new ............... e, aooress cl~y, s~a~e an(] . rmrm vaney, wm meet uc[, 1~.; . __ . '~_ __ . ; member to the choir last week. We next E.H. Lesson "When to Buy-zip cooe, approx]ma~ey grass .pom~ : Charles Armstreng, Past~ are glad to have Sandy Hamilton .............. average an(; year or grac|uauon. - wnen m ~ew - rmrgrounos - ~:~u ..... m f~t ~a Sixty-five winners will be setected~ MehanBy LarryMeSsageSEslinger Potluck;eeL 29-Agra sHomecomingandEveryone is welcome, mornings.Singing with us on Sunday -'Cheese" S'ausa-e Festival Oct on the basis of academic pefor.-:: Praise the Lord for all the folks who Coyle s Bean Supper was very It was also a treat to have Josie 27 "~ "~" ., g .... " .- " mance, involvement in extra, -z~; ramuy nlgnts at tne . . came to worship the Lord on such successful Saturday night. TheHilley singing for the first time for ..... ...... currmular actiwtms and a need for rmrgrounos - lsov. z; laylorsvlue ...... , , a glorious day! lovely quilt made by Darlene us at Eden Chapel She sang ''rhe Country Craft - Nov. 3-4; Christmas nnan(nai al(L . ~ : Welearned that whenthe Spirit Docony brought a good amountasWa-Wa Song", and no, it's not Tea - Nov. 7. ~ : : of Heaviness is upon you; the way Ted McNamer auctioned it. J.T.about a baby crying. Thanks, Josie. T he lesson "The Fudget-it : : : to get it off is to put on the Gar- Wyatt and wife, Mae, kept the bean On Sunday nights thirty seemsto Budget"was given by Connie HAVE NEWST :::: ment of Praise! supper going til all was sold out. be our magic number. There areWalker. Mary Selk gave dimen- ,-, ........ ~,, ' : Kathleen Perdum-Smith sang "I Representative Don Kinnamou about 30 m ..... our Coping as Chrm- sions for a dickie to be worn with ',gall erie Journal UIIlCe Know Who Holds Tomorrow" and and wife with friends came and ate tians" Bible study, about 30 kids a suit. It was very pretty. 547-2411 we were all blessed, with us. , practicing on their Christmas pro- Thora Cundiff won the door prize. The mess _age,, was "In Remem-At church we had David Clark s gram and about 30 adults working Connie Walker and Frances Burton brance of Me '. We partook of the niece, leslie, and two children, J.R. on 'Joy! Joy! Joy!'. There's a lot sacraments of Communion and weand Sheena, as visitors. Welcome. happening in about two hours on ~ .......... ".~ .... ~ " remembered what Jesus has doneLast week Mrs. Patsy Rossou Sunday evenings, and that keeps ~ : for us. He is w(mderful, and daughter Janice Braziel were things exciting! , And in the evening service, wemistakenly entered as Pearson,Coming up this week, you ll find talked ahout having everything you while Mrs. Pearson's grand- Lost Creek folks meeting on Tues- need to make it. II Peter 2:3 says, daughter, Brittany Nicole,- was day night for our annual Charge "as His divine power has given to mispelled. Better luck this week. Conference. You'll find Eden us all things that pertain to life and Worship - 9:00 etm. Chapel people manning a Carnival godliness, through the knowledge Sunday School - 10.00 &m. at Old Settler s Days and Lost of Him who called us by glory and Creek people selling baked goods. virtue." Next Sunday, Beverly and Eden Chapel-Lost Cr.eek Youll find the Ix)st Creek men up and around by 6:30 next Sunday Ashley Alexander will he with us to United Methodls t morning for their monthly Prayer share their ministry. They have Churches Breakfast. . been coming over the years and are We're a group of people always a part of the family. They have ex- By Diann Rudd on the go for the Lor& We enjoy I t 's been a good weck with lots of each others company, whether untoCellentthemUsiCLord.and they do minister fall type activities going on. Eight we re working, playing, or praying. We will have a pot luck dinner im- Eden Chapel men gave the biggest mediately following the morning part of their day last Saturday put- And the best part is that we always service. Make plans to be here next ting up a new wooden fence around have room for you! Come and visit Sunday. (There will be no early ser- Eden Chapel. It looks great, and us anytime! vice next week.) adds to the beautiful fall picture yu | D OPENING DISCOUNT 10% Off For All i Wednesday mght we are having can see around our church with the E lm Grove Extension / Parties Through October I a study on diet and biblical applica- woods quickly coming into full tions of foods. It willbe taught by Autumn bloom. Homemakers Club [ 3 l" Brenda Taylor. Max continued his sermon series By Pauline Smith ~ ' The following week we will begin on '~;hat the World Promises, But The Elm Grove Extension our 'Journey Through the Bible". Can't Deliver" with the third in his Homemakers Club met Tuesday Loft HtHe/" all~JllltCt Ca: It is designed in 52 lessons, to be series titled "Hope'. Next week will evening, Oct. 10, in the home of NICE BRICK HOME AND HOUSEHOLD FURNISHINGS ANTIQUES COLLECTABLES GLASSWARE Is Happy to Announce Saturday, Oct. 28, 1989 (Regardless of Weather) Beginning at 10 A.M. Dr. Peter C. Estate Sells at I P.M.) Lafon, D.C. Th~, sale to be conducted at the prop- arty at 1 18 Northeast Fifth, Perkins, Oklahoma. LEGAL DESCRIPTION: Lot 5, Block o~ NOW ,, Baker Addition to the Town of Per- klns, Payne County, Oklahoma Accepting Appointments Th's a"ra e b 'k has an exce''e "oo p'a ' ares area with built-in hutch. Sliding glass doors open onto a patio overlooking the chain-link fenced backyard. Off the formal dining area, is a family room with a wood-burning fireplace and patio access. The kitchen area has excellent storage planning, a dining space, dishwasher and a double-oven Visualite Tappan Range. The kitchen has access to the attached double garage through the utility area with s full bath and good storage Dr. Peter C. Lafon, D.C. is a General Surgeon, planning. completing his one-year M.D. Internal Medicine A hallway off the entryway leads to a full bath and two bedrooms. This home is well-maintained and is ready for occupancy. Additional features include central heat and air, attractive Residency and a four-year M.D. General Surgery ca rpating and tile, and a well-landscaped yard. Residency at Brooke Army Medical Center, San HOUSEHOLD FURNISHINGS Antonio, TX. He most recently was Chief of Round Dinette Table w/4 chairs; General Electric Washer, like new; Kenmors Clothes Dryer, soft heat; Maple Dining Room General Surgery at Ireland Army Hospital, Ft. Sure - drop-leaf table w/6 matching chairs, Buffet (in beautiful condition); Small Carved Glass-topped Lamp Table; Queen Anne Style Sofa w/3 cushions; 2-Matching Sofa Tables w/inlaid tops and a matchingcoffee table; Beige Recliner: Floral 3- Knox, KY. We welcome him to our staff. Cushion Couch, nice; Floor Lamp; Portable Toshiba "IV w/stand; Wood Stand w/3 shelves; Framed W~ll Pictures, Old English Scenes, florals, some matching pairs; Mantle Anniversary Clock. PERSONAL PROPERTY 1030 E. Cherry Cushing, OK Chest-Type Deep Freeze; 2 Piece Bedroom Suite- double bed, 6-drawer dresser w/attached mirror; Whirlpool No-Frost Refrigerator, 14 cu. ft., freezer at top, bronze color; Framed Wall Mirrors (2); Glass Curved China Cabinet; 2-Queen Anne 918/225.0616 Upholstered Chairs w/fluted backs; 2-Crystal Table Lamps 2-Overstuffed Arm Chairs, gold upholstery, matching ottoman; Round Pedestal Table w/ceramic top; RCA Color Television in cabinet, 25 inch, remote control; Cab net R,~dio-Stereo w/8 ,. Track; Tape Player - Country Western Records; Singer Electric Sewing Machine; Marble Topped Lamp Table, beautiful. II ANTIQUES : - Marble-Topped Wash Stand w/marble splash-board, beautiful; Wood Smoking Stand w/tobacco jar compartment; Straight Chair w/upholstered seat and back, wide curved arms; Walnut Television Cabinet w/hinged doors; 2-Small Cherry Lamp Tables; Framed Mirror w/etched glass; Cherry Bedroom Suits, 4-poster bed, high-boy chest, dresser w/upholstered stool; Check Out Ik.,~ll~f~---" SideMirror.Chair wluphclstared seat: Cut-Glass Boudoir Lamps, Quilts, Embroidered Dresser Scarves; Dresser Set, Tray, Hand- DISHES AND GLASSWARE Wide Selection IkJJLf"~'~ Decorative Plates, Mixing Bowls, Coming Ware. China Service for 8, Refrigerator Dishes, Pyrex Baking Dishes, Many Deco- rative Glass and China Pieces, Cookie Jars, Lazy Susan China Cannister Sot, Lots of Milk Glass, Salt and Pepper Collec- tion, Vases. Decorative Baskets, Hand-Pslnted China, Dessert Plates, Candle Holders, Set of Meito Japanese China - hand painted. Some Pink Depression Glass, Old Crockery, Carnival Glass, Ruby Glass Vases, Cut Glass Bowls MlnlatucsHand Painted Pitchers, Punch Bowl and Cups, Candy Dishes, 18 Crystal Goblets, Cut Glass Water ~eL Sher~, G~ramics. TIMEX MISCELLANEOUS Toaster Oven, Hamilton Beach Blender, Coffee Pots, Counter-Top Mixer, Tupperware, Electric Sausage Grinder, Colorful Trivets. Wood Rolling Pin, Electric Percolator, Toaster, Set of Stainless Steel Steak Knives, Kerosene Lamp, Enamelware Cups and Bowls, Checkerboard Cake Pan, Collection of Old Recipes, Cast-Iron Skillets, Baking Pans, Pots and Pans, Hamilton Beach Fast Cooker, Electric Donut-Maker, Cutlery, Kitchen Utensils, Kirby Vacuum, Metal Porch Glider, 2-Metat Lawn Chairs, 2-Patio Tables, Metal Lawn Cart, Charcoal Cooker, Electric Edger and other items too numerous to mention. AUCTIONEER'S NOTE - This nice home is ready for occupancy. The late Merril Butler was builder of this home. All per- sonal property is of exceptional quality. The Real Estate will be selling at t P.M. The property will be shown by appointment ~rior to the auction date, call 405-336-2360. ERMS ON REAL ESTATE: A down payment of ten percent of the purchase pdCe on day of sale with the balance due on confirmation of sale by the District Court of Payne County and at time of closing of transaction. TERMS ON PERSONAL PROPERTY: Cash. Personal checks require proper identifmation. POSSESSION: At time of completion of transaction. ' ~,, ,:,T~,~ ~. All statements made day of sale take precedence ~11 ~ ~~ ~ Refreshments will be available at sale site. Fred Cruse Estate, Owners Garvin L. Cruse, Personal Representative I I II I I Ill I I I I --. Sale To Be Conducted By--. Ho ,, and " p.=,. i D=.WAYNE STER & ! Pt.ar. 7.20" s. tarJI 4051336-2360 Broker and Au toneerl :- l Perry, Oklahoma k/~me~/l~,~m ASSOCIATE AUCTIONEER Rick Heflt. -- ,lee Habben S14 Oef~ef~ St Pen-#. Qkhl.