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October 26, 1989

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Teresa Hie ueen r recent- Lile as one of for the 1989 Court. a 1986 graduate of High School and the Bill and Pasty Lile of senior at Central State majoring in Fashion She is active in ~a Sorority, Fashion Association of Alpha Lambda Society, President's she is also a Sigma Tau Sister. the recipient of the Group Scholarship, Wiseman Scholarship, of the President l's Honor Roll were selected interview process bas- knowledge of Central history, Degree and Activities. Following process, the top four to serve as the aecoming Court. NOTICE Police Chief Bill Lott to inform everyone that number DOES t in Perkins. Those who should call the -- 547-2412 -- 547-2855 -- 372-4171 ,= :. 2. t 0O,.o~, o ... Spillars Ranked First In Club Meeting Held Aerospace Option The October Club meeting was Program held Thursday, Oct. 19 at Cotton- wood Community Center with Ron- R odger Brannon Spillars, da Le Miller and Mary McCloskey mechanical engineering major at co-hostessing the luncheon. Oklahoma State University, is Guests were Cheryl Pickens and ranked first in the aerospace option Weston and Colleen Zetmier. Alta p rogram. Wildman presided over the meeting Spillars is a three-year recipient when 21 members answered "what of the Carrol M. I.~onard Memorial would you do if given $1,000." Scholarship, Oklahoma Society of Nina Provense led the group in Professional Engineers Honor singing. Betty Dahms gave a brief Society and the John O'roole devotional and served as secretary. Engineering Appreciation Plans were completed for the an- Scholarship. nual fall dinner and fund raiser for Hehasserved as the president of the community center on Oct. 28 the OSU Branch of the Americanbeginning at 6 p.m. Institute of Aeronautics and Plans were also made to attend Astronautics, Tau Beta Pi National the family night on Nov. 2 and the Engineering Honor Society, PiTau club planned to furnish three door Sigma Mechanical Engineering prizes. Honor Society and Golden Key. Six cards had, been sent for he will be a founding member of courtesy; two were signed to after the OSU Chapter of Sigma Gammathe meeting. Tau Aerospace Engineering Honor Mary Trimble led the lesson on Society. Budgets and the importance of H e has also been a teaching assi- planning the family spending and tant in the mechanical engineering learning how to save a part of each department for four semesters,paycheck for a 'Yainy day." She Spillars maintains a 4.0 in all still thinks it best to "pay as you aerospace classes and has 3.7 go." cumulative grade point average. He The November club meeting will has been on the President's Honor be on the 16th with Betty Dahms Roll and the Dean's Honor Rollwith Rachel Beltz as co-hostess and throughout his acadeic career at Lenora Killion and Jan Matthews OSU. as lesson leaders. Guests are Spillars plans to pursue a masters welcome at these meetings. degree in aerospace engineering and business administration upon com- pleting requirements for a B.S. degree in December 1989. He is the son of Rodger and Jane Spillars of Stillwater. W Rodger Brannon Spillars Neighbors Gateway For Taylorsville People attending the Taylorsville Arts and Crafts Country Fair on Nov. 3 and 4 will undoubtedly know when they have arrived at that area--for a new arch atop the gateway has recently been put in place by some of the neighbors and friends The new steel arch gracing the en- trance to Taylorsivlle will stand the test of time as a fitting tribute to the neighborhood spirit of the Taylorsville Country Fair. The arch is a gift to the Taylor family from some very special neighbors. Lester Skinner of Stillwater Steel provided the 3/16 inch plate and 16 foot arch. Jerry Sloan and Alan Cundiff of Sheet Mets1 Enterprises, Stillwater, con- structed templates used by Rick Kirk, at R.K. Machine, north of Ripley, for cutting letters. Painying was done by Laura Kirk. The original lettering style and concept for the arch was a contribu- tion by Kim Hale, free-lance artist and illustrator for the State Depart- ment of Vo-Tech. Neighbors of Taylorsville and the Taylor family are grateful for the valuable work donated by these fine neighbors. The community effort to help build Taylorsville is proof that the good neighbor is still next door. NOON SPECLq3.,S (1 1 TILL 4) $2.59 MONDAY - Liver & Onions TUESDAY - Polish Sausage WEDNESDAY - BeefBurrito with Chili THURSDAY - Lasagna FRIDAY - Baked Chicken Each served with your choice of one vegetable EX,"EmNG & W'EEI eCD SPECLW $3.49 MONDAY -- Liver & Onions TUESDAY - Polish Sausage WEDNESDAY - BeefBurrito with Chili THURSDAY -- Lasagna FRIDAY - Baked Chicken SATURDAY - Old Fashioned Chicken Fried Steak SUNDAY - Pork Roast with Dressing Each served with your choice of any two vegetables and a bread CHILD'S PLATE only $1.39 The Perkins Journal Thursday, October 26, 1989 -- PAGE 7 Carrying out the belief of "neighbors helping neighbors," a group of neighbors and friends got together to build an arch for Taylarsviile. Those involved in actually making the arch were: (left to right} Alan Cundiff of Sheet Metal Enterprises who helped make the templates; Rick Kirk of R.K. Machines Works where the arch was constructed; Jerry Sloan, also of Sheet Metal Enterprises; and Kim Hale, who 'designed the templates. Fri., October 29, & Sat., October 30 After p.m. Featuring These Favorite Hickory Smoked Meats . Pork Ribs . Sliced Beef . Polish Sausage Balogna Chicken Also . Homemade Rolls , Apple Fritters Numerous Side Items Traditions Resturaunt 607 W. 6th, Stillwater i "t ".'*" 'L' = ,:;, # .,,qt : :,, I." ,v I..a ,.',. . .* ,.~ Party For Children 6th Grade and Under "9 9 O Sponsored by The Perkins Chamber of Commerce and The Perkins Masonic Lodge ' ::t" ,,,, .. :.~ 'i'.~ , ...:-, .:,? : .::.,'.. :% /% ": !:,,j 0.. I ;1,' * ,." i ;':.,