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(! 4-THE PERKINS JOURNAL, Thursday, October 25, 2001 teachers needed s Klub 9 EduCare and Kids Klub is a care for Kindergarten through comprehensive and develop- fifth grade. mentally appropriate childcare We are currently in need of program available to families in substitute teachers. If you are 18 the Perkins area and is a minis- years old and have a High try of the First united Method- School diploma or GED and ist Church of Perkins. would be interested in placing This ministry is committed your name on our substitute list to providing the best child care please contact Betty Weems, and learning environment for EduCare Director at 1005 E. 7 hiidren ages two through four. Kirk St. or call 547-8306. We also provide after-school iElm Grove HCE Club holds meeting "by Pauline Smith, Secretary The Elm Grove HCE Club met in the home of Judy Moormon October 9. The meeting was called to order b the president Connie Walker. ' The devotion was from Mark 4:31-32 and was read by Frances Burton, She led a prayer for our country. Roll call was answered by seven members with what house plant is important to you. Volunteer hours were counted. The minutes of the last meeting -was read by Pauline Smith, Secretary. Delsa Gilder gave the treasurers report. Connie Walker and Marthel Kinzie worked as hostess at Family Fair September 29. Connie Walker attended County Council September 217 at the 'Expo Center. Enrollment cards were filled out and turned in and dues were paid. ,, Mary Kay Jennings read the news letter. She also lead the les- on, Houseplant Haven, which was very good. Delsa Gilder won the door prize. Judy Moormon served lovely , refreshments to Frances Burton, Delsa Gilder, Mary Kay Jennings, Pauline Smith, Connie and Juanita Walker. , The next meeting will be November 13 with Louise Kautz as hostess and Connie Walker the lesson leader. h,,, ,, iCimarron Valley HCE learns about "Houseplant Haven" by Geraldine Allen * Cimarron Valley HCE Group met for their regular meeting :October 2 at 1:30 p.m. in the aome of Joan Botts. Inez Barnes and possible causes and symp- toms of common indoor plant problems. Connie Norrie read minutes of the previous meeting and Fair" held in Stillwater First Methodist Church. Our group furnished 9 dozen muffins for the event. Charlotte Costa and Betty Branstetter made the September tour to visit the Sam Noble His- toric Museum in Norman. The next educational tour is planned to visit Braum's Dairy. Attend- ing the September 27 County Council meeting at the Expo Center were George and Emma Hardin, Jack and Joan Botts, Bonnie Manke, Charlotte Costa, Connie Norrie, Wayne and Geraldine Allen. The program was "It's Fall, Let's Sew!" with Darlene Leach of the Perkins quilting Post. Members filled out member- ship forms for 2002 and checked to be sure the mailing address is correct. Receiving birthday gifts from their Secret pals were: Charlotte Costa, Barbara Kirby and Inez Barnes. Jean Platt will be the hostess for the November meeting in her home and the program will be "Writing Your Life History." Joan and Inez served lovely refreshments to Emma Hardin, Connie Norrie, Elda Mason, Charlotte Parrack, Carol Acuff, Bonnie Manke, Bertha Case, Jean Platt, June Stacy, Lillian Youngblood, Betty Branstetter and Geraldine Allen. 4-H news by Dusty Kelly In this month's 4-H meeting we were very busy. First we had 2001 officer elections: Presi- dent-Gena Wollenberg, Vice president-Katie Dawson, Secre- tary-Jordie Myers, Reporter- Dustin Kelly, Historian-Drew Anderson, Recreation leader- Reed Myers, Community ser- vice representative-Cody Wehr, and Calling committee leader- "Throw down those sacks of greasy doughnuts or you have exactly 5 and I/2 minutes of Wwn!" Sheriff Wyatt Burp (aka Joan Botts, far right) warns Bad Guys #1 and #2 showed up at the TOPS #0K488 open house on Wednesday, October 3. Bad Guys #1 Clara Kerntke (yd from left) and Ruby Kerntke (2 from right). Others in the Doughnuts" skit are Shirley Horton, left, as Doc Hollandaise, Lael Craddock as Margaret Coate as the narrator. Paula Rice, State Coordinator, spoke to the group about to International Rally Days (IRD) at Seattle, WA and showed photos that were taken bet 20. Any 4-H member that can, bring two two-liter pops or individually wrapped goods to the concession stand. Also, Michael Pase gave a speech about golf. Here are some of the upcoming activities: the mini Health Fair. Perkins needs to drop 5 dozen cookies off at the Extension office. Come to the Payne Co. 4-H Social Event at Couch Park which will be October 13. The county 4-H clubs will have a float in the OSU Homecoming parade. Remember to bring books you no longer need to the next meeting for donating to the Public Library. Bring your de- signs for club T-shirts to the next meeting. October is Oklahoma 4-H month. Oklahoma 4-H cel- ebrates 4-H during the entire month and members will be doing a variety of activities to promote 4-H in their clubs, communities, country and world. Please remember to fill out a new enrollment card each year. Livestock exhibitors must have an updated enrollment card on file at the County Ex- tension Office by November 1, 2001 and must have attended three 4-H club meetings to be eligible to show at the Payne County Junior Livestock Show in March. was co-hostess. President Bonnie Manke gave the finan- Drew Wehr. After the elections We invite interested persons Emma Hardm presided over the cial report. Both were approved, we discussed the porkchop sup- to join 4-H. See what fun we also r a he k o per and auction whtch is on No 'haeeting. Joan read scripture Connie e dt than y u - have, attend our next meeting c " es" "n=;z2 re eived from vember 10, 2001 The pig sale . which is November 5, 2001 at !:from Mark 4:31:32, Our ten- ... ston Educator, Mary Selk, at- Pauline 'Smith of Elm Grove ,s just around me corner, octo- the Evans Ag Barn. ' tended ourmeeting for a short HCE, Payfie CoUnty Youth ' '' Obituary-Recer Corrinne Recer, age 81, died Friday, October 12, 2001 home in Midland, Texas. Grave side services were held day, October 15 at 3 p.m. in Resthaven Memorial Park Richard Braun of First Presbyterian Church officiating. Arrangements were under the direction of Ellis Home. The family requests memorials be directed to the Bridge Center, Hospice of Midland or to First Presb' Church. Corrinne Was born May 16, 1920 in Americus, C.W. Carmichael and Vivian (Land) Carmichael. She was reared in Cuthbert, Georgia and was Cuthbert High School and Andrew College. She received a B.S. degree in Music Education gia State College in Milledgeville, Georgia, and an gree in Music Education from Eastern New Mexico Mrs. Recer accepted a position as in Jal, New Mexico in 1943 and retained that position until She married LT. Recer August 18, 1944 and they Jal, New Mexico until 1976, at which time they moved to land, Texas. She was a member of the First Presbyterian and Delta kappa Gamma. She was preceded in death by her husband, J.T. Recer. vivorsinclude a brother, C.W. Carmichael, Jr. of Georgia and two nephews. Nov. 3rd after the Alumni Banquet. isit. Shelter and Domestic Violence. . Fourteen members answered June Stacy gave the Good Cheer 'Toll call with "What houseplant Report. .i is important to you because of Emma Lou gave special some special meaning?" June thanks to members for their help . Stacy presented the lesson on with the bake sale and book sale "Houseplant Haven." She gave during Harvest Fest. Proceeds : elections for plants, their loca- went toward our #1 project, the ,tion and care. Information sheets Perkins Library. suggested plants for low, me- June and Connie represented ..dium and high light locations our group at the recent "Family Opens at 7 p.m. at the Lions Den This will be a great time to visit with long lost friends after the banquet. Videos of the event can be purchased. All Alumni are invited to Got a wonderful or funny holiday memory? Want a chance to win some great prizes? Well, then enter The Perkins Journal's 320 North Main Street Perkins, OK All inventory on sale at arastically reaucea prices! Camille Beckman Village Candles Greenleaf Candles & Potpourri Shelf Sitters All Dolls Lattes Baskets John Deere items Even Christmas items! Shop now for best selection/ (405) 547-1575 www. ID,~IA~ [ 2 medium single-topping pizzas 2 liter Coke product $15.99 II ealster IAIL AT[ I)Al ll / & 4 FI EE IICI IS the ()SU vs. Texas Tech t( o ll @ame Saturday, N vember I( th Tailgate party consists of 2 large single-topping pizzas and 2-liter soft drink .~. Contest dates: Oct. 8 - Nov. 9, 2001 " Sponsored by Coca-Cola & D'Mado's Pizza All you need to do is write down that special holiday memory or story and send it in, along with the entry form below. We are interested in funny or touching holiday stories. How about that fun caroling excursion? Or maybe that perfect Christmas tree? What about the aroma of tasty holiday cookies, or that horrible shopping trip? Remember trying to 9o to sleep on Christmas Eve when you were a kid? Or cuddling with loved ones in front of the fireplace? What about that story when you-know-who caught you under the mistletoe, or when you got to play Joseph in the church Christmas story play? Or how about when you crashed while We want to hear all of those storiesl WinMrs will be s lected from four age Co est prizes will be $50 in "Perkins Bucks" for each division winner. Winning entries will be printed in a special holiday section of The Perkins Journal on November 28. The contest DEADLINE is NOON MONDAY, NOV. 19, so hurryl Clip the coupon below to your entry and mail it "to: P.O. Box 40 or drop it by 111 E. Stumbo ll I I llllll I t my entry for The I Name ] Addr':iI Phone ........... ...... " Illll IiiI II III I II IIIIIIII Ill I II I Hill II I Illllllllll III I llllll 1 I I I I I Ill / I I I I I I I I I I l lll I llllUl I I i l Perkins Journal's Holiday Memories Ill I I II Illl II I III II L I I Age grOUpS:PUeoSe N eCt High school Middle school I Illllll I I Illl Ill I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I 1 I I llllll i