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Perkins, Oklahoma
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m uhing will be a center for 3 county handicapped program A three and one-half educational program 1st :-school multiple- children has established with clas- at Cushing, Allen (near Sapulpa), and The Early Child- Intervention Co-op .I.C.) will serve 38 districts in Creek, Okfuskee, and East- rne Counties. program was ,up to meet the needs of children five years of age with handicaps. These blind, partially deaf, hard of mentally retarded, disturbed, and physically hand- Most will attend one half day Monday Friday at no cost to Parents pilot project will a speech pathologist, .trist on call, two teachers, and a education teacher for i Anyone who feels that their child would benefit from this program, please contact Betty Ray, Project Director, at 1-(918)-225- 0483. "0- CaFe of Home Furnishings taught The Home, Business, and Industrial Serivces Program at Indian Meridian has as one of its units of study, "care of home furnishings." As a part of this unit, Sharon Cribbs, interior decorator with McCollom's Interiors, Stillwater, spoke to the class on the main areas involved in home furnishings and their care. The students then toured McCollom's where they were instructed on these care procedures. Home, Business, and Industrial Services is a three-year program taught by Mrs. Bobble Rogers. -0" YHO Tours Art Gallery By Barbara Tarlton Young Homemakers Or- ganization met on October 17 at 7:00 p.m. for the monthly meeting. The group was given a tour of the Chapparral Art Gallery by Florence Hol- brook. YHO members view- ed her current artists' work as well as paintings made by her students. She explained some of the many steps necessary in developing a painting and how one develops the ability to perceive something before bringing it to the canvas. Refreshments were served by Virginia Sasser and Roberta Hooper. The follow, ing were in attendance: Galene Moorman, Judy Moorman, Dorothy Lan- caster, Roberta Hooper, Virginia Sasser, Carol Acuff, Wanda Miner, Connie Walk- er, Mary Kaye Jennings, and Barbara Tarlton. The program for the November 21st program will be Learning Disabilities with Dr. Barbara Caldwell. Inter- ested citizens are invited to attend. From Here and There By Edna Eaton Wilson Next Saturday night, Oct. 22, at six o'clock is the time set for serving the Fund Raiser Supper at Diamond Valley Community Building. This fund raiser is an annual affair, the funds so accumu- lated go to defray expenses of utilities or needed repairs to the building. Guests may have their choice of ham and beans, or beef stew with the usual accompanying dishes. The price for the meals all-you-can-eat for adults: $1.50 per plate; for children- 75c per plate. Now remem ber, Saturday night at Diamond Valleyl Serving to begin at six o'clock. Friday night, Oct. 21 is the twice-a.month music festival at Diamond Valley. Come on[ Come All! Enjoy the music, the friendship, the fellowship. And the next big date to remember is the old-timers get-together at the Metho- dist Fellowship Center at Ripley on Sunday afternoon from one to four o'clock. This especially includes those people who went to school at Ripley or in the Ripley area prior to 1915. But all old timers who remember Harold Straughn, Paul Hen- ry, or your humble corre- spondent. Now don't forget! That will be at the Methodist Youth Center, just south of the church in Ripley, October 23. Several folk from these parts will attend the Indian Arts and Crafts Fair east of Tulsa this weekend. Reports have it there is a good yield of native pecans this year. Those who want to harvest pecans need to be busy as the crows, squirrels and jays have more time to spend among the nut trees than the human owners do. Nuts are a crop that pays to be harvested early. Mr. and Mrs. Rolla Smith of Tulsa came in their travel trailer and visited the A. Ray Hendersons last week. Mrs. Smith is a sister of Mrs. Joe Ross, Mrs. Henderson, Ruby Hanes and Glen Nichols. Jack Dryden harvested his sweet potatoes, getting a good yield of I0 bushels from the small plot. Jack had planted in late spring. Sweet potatoes yielded a good harvest of tasty tubers this fall the long summer drouth notwithstanding. The Perkins Journal Thursday, October 20, 1977-11 Mrs. L. M. Cooper has moved into her small house in Perkins and is quite happy with her new location. "There are no better neighbors than I have found in Perkins," says Mrs. Cooper, a former Okie, who after living in Wyoming 43 years has returned to her native state. -O- Pogue's City Plumbing Co., Inc. i47-2117 122 S. Main L. R. "RED" POGUE Pl,mbin -:- Heating Air Conditioning Cub Pack meeting will be held October 20th Thank You We have sold Jude's Steak House to Dick and Mary Cupit. We would like to thank our families, friends and customers for their interest and patronage during the past year and a half that we have owned and operated this business. We wish the new owners the very best in their new enterprise. Again Thanks, Frank & Judy Spillars SHIN ll,.,,s J,A.S Jeans i FOR Men's. Students - Boys Men's popular all cotton Levi's...Heavy denim fabric with the famous Levi's fit and styling. Rugged con- Struction to give you longer Wear. Four styles, Saddle- man, Shrink-to-fit, regular, :. flairs and big bells. , Reg. to $17.00 :: 250 i $| :: ':'i';':.:.'.'.'i'';';':'P'.'." SIZES FOR BOYS, STUDENTS & MEI Boys' Levi's Double Knee Bells Reg. $8.50 S699 Sizes 2 to 7 Reg. $10.00 Sizes 8 to 14 .... s799 Regular & Slims Never need ironing. 75% cotton and ,: 25% polyester. "!i 209 E. Broadway You'll love thoan!, , MONDAY THIIU SUHAY hut your toot wi lootwoar tot ovor/dny. 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