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Glencoe News by Mrs. Shermmn Bower The Worth While Club Rocky Walls, Wichita, Kan- Tuesday, October 4, in sas, Mr.and Mrs. Kenny home of Ruth Knox. Applegate, Kenneth Weav- meeting was called to er, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Jones by President Pearl and family, Sapulpa, Mr. des, the Lord&apos;s Prayer and Mrs. Roy Marrs, ,ed in unison and the Pawnee, Leta Olinghouse, Salute was given. Mr. and Mrs. Charles refreshments were Murphy and Mr. and Mrs. rved to 11 members. Ray Baker, Mrs. Helen were played and Marrs, and Mr. and Mrs. Joe won by Franie Brown, Marts, all of Glencoe, and Lucy Baker. The Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Marrs, NOvember'meeting will be Ponca City. All report a held in the home of Goldie wonderfultime. Nelson. ---- .... Recent dinner guests of The Marrs family held a Mr. and Mrs. Cleo Boyd reunion Sunday in the Senior were Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Citizens" Building. Present Vance, Decatur, Ark. and Mr. and Mrs. Ray Mr. andMrs. LesGrote. and family, Yukon, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Tinker and Mrs. Harvey were Sunday evening visitors des, Chickasha, Polly of Mrs. MaudDavis. les, Newkirk, Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Chester Gene Donaldson, Sand Bilyeu, Stillwater, were Mr. and Mrs. Gale Sunday visitors of Mrs. Katie and family, Tulsa, Tucker. and Mrs. Owen Devine, Mrs. Charles Budzene and Mr. and Mrs. children, Perkins, Mrs. Baker and family, Linda Robertson and chil- dren, Stillwater, and Mr. and , Mrs. Gerald Horner and <l/ 715 $. ! family were Sunday evening t supper guests of Mr. and Main Mrs. Clyde Treat, Sr. Mr. and Mrs. Milton Bethards, North Bend, S.TER 377-6083 Washington, were Tuesday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Cleo Boyd. dll-.l ION I t \\;IBEI( (0. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Baker and family, Wichita, Kansas, I uml)cr & all other spent the weekend with Mr. huihlinl2, tnatcrlab, Baker's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Baker. qlh ;.llld I I11., I,1 ,llllV xlt R rtkl x. Relatives of Lester Grote and friends of both Mr. and TO SELL? Mrs. Les Grote met at Pawnee Lake, Sunday, for a yers-- real get-together. About 35 We Need Listings. joined in a meal of Sasser Agency Real Estate barbequed vension and 307 N. Main 547-2927 rabbit, fish--and much more. Perkins, Okla. It was a most enjoyableday. Mrs. Letha Wilt was a Sunday dinner guest of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Childers. Mrs. Andy Murphy and Mrs. Leslie Garringer spent Friday with relatives in Shawnee. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Kincaid and Mrs. Naomi Bower visited with Reverend and Mrs. Robert James, Yale, Sunday. They all attended church, then dined out. Mrs. James is the former Ruby Dove. Cody Elwood was honored on the occasion of his 2nd birthday with a birthday party in the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Elwood. Present were Mr. and Mrs. Nolan Tanner, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Lentz and children, Mr. and Mrs. Dale Elwood, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Childers, Mrs. Letha Will and his brother, J. D. Elwood, Jr. Birthday cake with all that is right for a 2-year-old's birthday was served, Brian Peterson and John Dury, Oklahoma City, spent Sunday afternoon with Brian's grandmother, Mrs. Leta Olinghouse. Aaron Linsenmeyer, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lee Linsen- meyer, Tulsa, spent several days this past week with his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Linsenmeyer. Mrs. Daisy Lynch, Paw- nee, visited Monday with Mr. and Mrs. Les Grote and Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Huff. The Nichols family held a reunion in the Citizens' State Bank Building, Morrison, Sunday. More than 100 attended and a pleasant, warm good time was enjoyed by all. Mr. and Mrs. Keith Mayfield and grandson, Bobbie Mayfield, Altus, visited with Mr. and Mrs. Andy Murphy Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Grote visited with Mrs. Daisy Total Electronic Banking Convenience- fight in the customer's neighborhood is coming soon. 2. SAVINGS ACCOUNT DEPOSITS & WITHDRAWALS I.CHECKING DEPOSITS & WITHDRAWALS 3.TRANSFER FUNDS BETWEEN CHECKING & pating ChecOKard Banks and Anthony's Are Bringing Electronic BANKING To the Cushing Area, November. customers of participating ChecOKard banks can handle most all of their banking needs -- where and when it's most convenient for them.., at a nearby s... right in their own neighborhood, No longer will they have to visit a bank to a paycheck .,. no longer will they have to wait in long lines to make a savings ., or transfer money between checking and savings. cipating ChecOKard Banks and Anthony's are bringing everyday electronic banking to customers, Think of the total convenience.,, the freedom to take care of most all needs where and when the CUSTOMER wants ... at any of the participating S 'ou want this kind of electron;c banking convenience for your customers, too.., contact .. It .... FARMERS NATIONAL BANK n4 L Ilemlier F.DJ.C. C.liia| Lynch, Pawnee, Sunday. The Junior 4-H Club met September 29th in the meeting room of the City Hall. Officers were elected as follows: President, Kelli Carpenter; Vice-President, Jodi Smith; Secretary-Trea. surer, Elizabeth Barrows; Assistant Secretary, Ann McAlister; Song leader, Stephen Price; Recreation Leader, Kim Shell; Reproter, Tamra Robinson. The coming events for the Glencoe 4-Hers' schedule are the Cheese and Sausage Festival and the Junior Share-the Fun Day. It was decided to hold practice for the Glencoe Share-the-Fun skit on October 6th. We encourage all children who want to join the Glencoe Junior 4-H Club to contact either Ann Barrows, tele- phone 669-2562, or Carol Carpenter, telephone 372- 5684. Signed: Tamra Robin. son, Reporter. Glencoeites were sadden- ed by the passing of Mrs. John Heppal, Sunday even- ing. Services were held Wednesday afternoon in the Poteet Funeral Chapel, Pawnee. Mrs. Heppal was the mother of Mrs. Ralph Spiva. Deepest sympathy. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Turner and Mrs. Leo Stockton, California, were Monday afternoon visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Gates. Mrs. Turner is the former Ivy Dixon, Perkins, and a school mate of Mrs. Gates. The Stocktons are former neigh. bars in the Perkins area. "0- Father of Perkins resident dies in Stillwater Services were at 10i30 a.m. Tuesday at the Church of the First Born for Claud Andrew Dean, 73, of 617 E. 16th, who died Sunday, Oct. 16, 1977. The Rev. Henry McFar- land officiated. Burial was in Tryon cemetery located a quarter of a mile west of Tryon. Strode Funeral Home was in charge of arrange- ments. Dean was born Feb. 21, 1904, at Binneton in Bryan County, the son of Henry Andrew and Missouri Kan- sas Dean. He was married to Lillie Mae Strebeck at Maybell, Texas, May 3, 1924. Dean grew up in the Ardmore area and had resided in the following places: 10 years in Yubell, Texas; eight years in Overbrook, Okla.; 14 years in Tulare, Calif.; then moving to Stillwater in 1971 from Casa Grande, Ariz.,where the couple had resided for 12 years. He was a member of the Church of the First Born. He was preceded in death by a daughter, Mae Belle, and a son, Graver Cleveland. Survivors include his widow, two sons and two daughters, Henry Dean of Casa Grande; Bud Dean of Tulare; Mrs. Kenneth (Len- ora) Barrett of Perkins; and Mrs. Claudia Blackwell of 1402% S. Hartford; two sisters, Mrs. Roxie Mae McKinney of Honey Grove, Tex., and Mrs. Ruby Cooksey, 1112 E. 12th, plus 15 grandchildren and eight reat-grandchildren. i i r( o _ = _ __ Cimarron Laundromat 128 N. Main Perkins Open 24 Hours A. R. Karnes 547-2692 i i J & L Plumbing 547-2740 *Repair Plumbing *Appliance Repair ***** John Reynolds Perkins, Okla. Anniversary Mr. and Mrs. James Pickett of Carney celebrated their 25th wedding anniver- sary Sunday, Sept. 25, with a reception at meir home. The couple's three daugh- ters, Mrs. Betty Harris, Mrs. Cherri Brown and Mrs, Janet Hall served lovely refresh- ments to 56 guests attending the 2 to 4 p.m. reception. James Pickett and Joann (Skaggs) Pickett were mar- ried Sept. 27, 1952 at Chandler. They have lived at Carney since, farming and running a grade A dairy. Also joining the festivities Sunday were their four grandchildren, Michele, Michael and Krystal Harris and Gerard Hall. Several changes were accomplished during the summer vacation in the school facilities. New air conditioning and heating systems for the high school and grade school buildings were installed. A new concession stand and entry- way for the gym will be completed before basketball season begins, also improve- ments on the east side of the gym. Several classrooms were painted and new chalkboards were added. Carney is now ranked with the Class B schools following an increase in enrollment. Carney people, let's take pride in our school and set high goals and standards for our School children. Get behind our school. The Carney Bulldog Boosters' Club met Saturday night October 1, in the school cafeteria for their monthly meeting and "Bingo" fol- lowing the meeting. Thirty- two membership cards were sold with many -more prospects to join the club. Several fund-raising pro- jeers were discussed. Boost- er pins were sold along with booster signs to place in the yards. Herbert Wilson won the black-out game of Bingo and was presented a $15.00 Money Tree. The next meeting will be the first Saturday night on Nov. S. All interested basketball fans and parents please be there. 50th Anniversary Mr. and Mrs. Wiley Moore of Carney celebrated their 50th wedding anniver- sary Sunday, Sept. 25. Their son Bill and family came from Jones to help assist with the 2 to 5:30 p.m. reception held at the Moore home northeast of Carney. The Carney Roundup Club held a hamburger fry and play day for its members last Saturday evening at the local arena. Everyone reported a very good time. The Carney Senior Class held their class play "Mur- der Go Round", Friday night Oct. 14 at the High School Auditorium. A cake walk followed the play. They also had a work day Saturday Oct. 15 for a class fund-raising project. The charge was $1.50 an hour per person. The Carney Christian Church held their annual homecoming dinner follow- ing Sunday morning church services Oct. 16. Their pastor is Rev. Cloy Mallott. The Carney Junior Class is busy with fund-raising projects. First on the agenda for October is a farm sale at the Chester Leach farm south of Tryon. They served the dinner at the sale with each member furnishing food and taking a work period. The Perkins Journal Thursday, October 20, 1977.7 A chicken noodle dinner will be served by the Junior Class on Oct. 22 from 5:30 to 7:00 p.m. at the Carney school cafeteria. Advance tickets can be purchased from any Junior member. On Oct. 26 the Junior class will sponsor a film shown in the high school auditorium. There will be a concession stand, run by the Juniors. October 28 will be the school carnival at the Carney School. The Juniors will have a Bingo stand. Each Junior is to bring "collectables" for prizes. Each class is getting ready for the annual carnival with selections of their King and Queen candidates and decid- ing on what booths and games they will sponsor. Carney people who cele- brated birthdays this week are Patty Adair, Sherri Brown, Jane Wilson, Joe Powell, Mrs. Reece, Novella Bundy, Marlena Miller, Helen Holt, Noel Bontwell, Robert Rains, Debra Thomp- son and J. J. Anderson. Anniversaries celebrated: Mr. and Mrs. Doyle Gaither and Mr. and Mrs. Woodie Wilson. Congratulations to all of you! Congratulations to Allan Miller on showing the champion Jersey heifer at the Tri-District Fair held at Agra recently. Allan is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Jack Miller, Carney. A Touch of Love He really wasn't much to look at, white blonde hair that stood on end, a solemn face that never smiled, listless blue eyes that were quick to shed a tear. He touched their lives for eight short months. With kindness and lots of love he learned to smile and laugh right out loud. So much he learned in such a short while: uttered his first words, learned to stand and walk alone, to throw a ball and find what mud is all about. One taught him to dance, one taught him not to potty in his pants, one taught him to snap his fingers, one taught him to wink his eye, one taught him to patty cake. one taught him to play with toys, one taught him to swim on a tube, one taught him to blow a kiss good-bye. They all taught him to pray to God and holler "Morn". He has a new Morn and Dad all his own now. for he was adopted this past August, with a little touch of love, happiness and a home Mike will get grown. Everyone have a good day. Thank the Good Lord for all our blessings he gives us from day to day. Give a touch of love to someone you know. -0" Perkin$-Tryon Band Carnival Sat. Oct. 29 P-T Gym ". " Oo @ FLECTRA KLEEN / WINDOW WASHING HOME & OFFICE CLEANING CARPET CLEANING Jennie Van Stavern "Call for Free] Phone: 40L 37%6499 Ill ' Decorate your home with this phone Just call your Southwestern Bell business office and order the Trimline. ',- @ Southwestern Bell Southwestern Bell sells at cost an adapting coupJer for use when certain hearing ad$ are roL com;3Ble wflh Some ',eleDhones iii i i i ii i ii